Category Archive: Off-Topic

Any non-gaming related article. These can be about upcoming movies, certain real life events, music, anime, manga, etc. As long as it doesn't relate to games but something you want to talk about.

Oct 15

Sorry For Everything Being Down

Everything went down literally as I was about to schedule the rest of this week on Monday and I’m pretty busy during the week so I’m just going to have to save everything for next week.

Oct 05

Back After Two Week Break

After a much needed two week break, I’m back and ready to start writing and talking about video games again.

Aug 11

Tribute to Hayao Miyazaki by Dono

Tribute to Hayao Miyazaki from dono on Vimeo. I know this isn’t very video game related, but I am personally a huge fan of the Studio Ghibli films. Especially Spirited Away and Princess Mononoke. So I kind of had a tear come to my eye when I watched this video created by Vimeo user dono.

Jul 20

Random Thoughts: Batman v Superman Trailer

After the week that was Comic Con, a slew of trailers leaked which led to a bunch of pissed off executives complaining about the leaks which thenĀ  led to an official release of the trailers online. As much as I want to rant on Warner Bros. reaction to the nature of leaking shit on the …

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Jul 14

Reservations About Comic Con

Comic Con is one of those events I want to cross off my bucket list, and one I doubt I’ll be able to as the years roll by. As the event gets bigger and bigger every year, the way the event is handled has improved very little when the convention crowd comes into town. When …

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Feb 23

Edge of Tomorrow/Live Die Repeat

Would you believe me if I told you last year a Tom Cruise movie flew under everyone’s radar and did poorly at the box office even though critics actually liked the film? Not so far-fetched in today’s age, but an uncommon surprise coming from the film community that bemoans movies lacking originality. Technically the film …

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Feb 18

Off-Topic: Book Club

Last year, I wrote a post about reading a total of six books in 2013. Seeing as that is painfully under the amount I should read, I decided for 2014, I’d read more. Well based on the books I’ve already read in my Kindle library, I am happy to say I have exceeded the previous …

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Dec 22

2014: The Year Entertainment Became Political

As much as I would like to look back at 2014 and say something nice, I can’t. This was a terrible year and not just because of the real world hostility with US police force against minorities, but also some of that fear seeping into our entertainment. When people praise the progress humanity has made, …

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Nov 03

14 Social Media Advice (7 From Kim Kardashian)

There’s nothing like being duped by a click-bait article. I don’t just mean the misleading headers, rehashed posts of other posts, or an intriguing topic with two sentences in the post itself. I’m talking about a post with a title that’s clearly click-bait but still seems worth a read. Case in point, this little turd …

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Oct 15

The Weird, and Terrifying, Thing About Utah

If you haven’t been keeping up with gaming news lately, let me just say I envy you. No, truly I do. Some of the most horrendous shit that has been happening for the past months have not only made gaming less enjoyable, but also completely frightening. Stories of women in the industry harassed and threatened …

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Oct 01

Tropes vs. Women in 1980 Horror Films by Siskel & Ebert

  Not about games but incredibly relevant to the gaming community right now.   What I find the most interesting is that aside from these being two people talking about the issues instead of just one person, these videos are virtually no different in format and analysis style than Anita Sarkeesian’s Tropes vs. Women in …

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Aug 04

Wanted: Sci-Fi Recommendations

Calling all phreaks, I’m in need of assistance. A genre I’ve been unfamiliar with for too long has been poking its head into pop culture recently and I wanted to better understand it. It calls itself science fiction, and I don’t know where to start. What books, movies, TV shows, games, and other mediums should …

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Jul 18

Idea Channel: Could Sports Ever Replace War?

So not related to video games but I think an interesting idea to think about. And uh….Mike says “War, war never changes” from Fallout.   I think it’s an interesting thing to think about simply because games are becoming a rising e-sport and the alternate universe in which sports could be used to replace war …

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Jun 30

What’s On the TV?

Now that E3 is over, and Watch Dogs hype is down, the wait for 2015 games is starting. Some of you probably feel there is nothing to do. Hey, take a break from gaming and find a show to watch. There’s quite a few of them on that there TV, some of them you can …

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May 09

io9: “Why Do We Care So Much About What Female Superheroes Wear, Anyway?” by Lauren Davis

An article from io9 by Lauren Davis titled “Why Do We Care So Much About What Female Superheroes Wear, Anyway?” This is of course a very serious topic that is highly debated on whether or not female comic book characters are unfairly sexualized and serve as male sexual fantasies where as impossible beefy men are …

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