An Expression of Interest

Interview- Matthew Grimm

Last summer I was lucky enough to start what became a long form exchange with one of my favorite musicians, Matthew Grimm (Hangdogs, and with The Red Smear, @grimmreality). For years he has been a fresh, articulate punk voice.  Due to personal reasons however,... Continue Reading →

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Interview-Jason Koohi (Zanrai)

While retro style games have come back into popularity, few developers are really evolving the art style alongside the game play. One independent developer, Zanrai, has been honing their talents on both fronts for the past few years, and their... Continue Reading →

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Los Indios Tabajaras

So, one of my go to bands for a lazy afternoon is Los Indios Tabajaras. They entered my record collection years ago by chance, just browsing used records and the bright red album cover of Always in My Heart caught... Continue Reading →

Picard and the Exosquad

Ok, hear me out....the new Picard series seems to be fueled by the central plot of Exosquad. For those who don’t know, Exosquad was a great vehicle for selling toys, inspired in no small part by Robotech. HOWEVER, it also... Continue Reading →

Kill the Past?

So, a strange thing happened over the past week. I’ve come to realize, that the catalogue from Grasshopper Manufacture and Suda 51 over the years is more interconnected then I EVER realized. What’s that you say? The game series famous... Continue Reading →

The Tomorrow Stranding

It struck me about 3 hours into Death Stranding (or roughly 5 minutes of game-play and 2 cut-scenes), that it felt very...familiar. The game's awkward manifest destiny, that rested completely in the hands of every day workers. As the protagonist... Continue Reading →

The Tomorrow Children

"Playing online would be great, if it weren't for all the other players online." That has often been my thoughts regarding any and all online multiplayer games since you had to call your opponent to sync your baud rates. That... Continue Reading →

Life with a Switch

New consoles are always an exciting, and frustrating time for gamers. The excitement of a new piece of hardware, and gaming experiences, mixed with the uncertainty, and debt. Almost every big console launch has had a comparatively small assortment of... Continue Reading →

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