I started acting in elementary school. It was my first serious dream, and I had it all figured out. I was going to go to high school, take acting classes, register for casting agencies, the whole ordeal. If none of that took off, there would always be the promise of theater school, bringing me back … More Chasing Dreams, Telling Stories & Picking Flowers
Long before I took to tidying up my jumbled thoughts on video games to write them into existence, music was my bread and butter. All the work I’ve put in exploring the vast and deep oceans of fiction and nonfiction was preceded by years of self (mis)education on the fruits of songwriting, becoming so obsessed … More Top 5 Video Game Soundtracks
This article does not spoil the story of CONTROL (2019). “Jahaa, jaa-a, you think there’s a dog buried in this?” When Jesse Faden finds her way inside the Federal Bureau of Control, her objective isn’t straightforward. She knows she’s looking for answers, and thinks this is the place she’ll find them, but she isn’t ready … More Game of the Year 2019: [redacted]
The first video game I remember playing is the adaptation of Disney’s The Emperor’s New Groove (2000). I had supposedly already been honing my skills in a little game called FIFA 99, but it is five-ish year old me that I remember, holding the controller of the original PlayStation as I embodied an Emperor turned … More Growing Up With the Controller Is a Privilege
When Avengers: Endgame, the highest grossing film of all time, debuted its teaser trailer, Tony Stark told us that “part of the journey is the end”. As consumers, we both dread it and long for it. An engaging story manages our expectations with the ending in mind, carefully guiding our attention every step of the … More The Complex Nature of Video Game Endings
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