I personally didn’t like the game very much, but this video of bloopers from the recording sessions is really interesting. It makes me really curious how they actually captured actor performances—which was the one thing about that game I thought was done really well.
It’s neat the kinds of blogs that I can run into in a day of helping WordPress.com users.
So if you ever wanted to see a collection of Missed Connections posts on Craigslist specifically dealing with Walmart, this WordPress.com blog has got you covered because the author is collecting the best of them so you don’t have to.
On reading them I both do and don’t want these to be from real people instead of cleverly-written Craigslist satire. If you read the blog I am pretty sure you will be similarly conflicted.
This is either the most awesome thing I will see this week or the worst. I haven’t decided yet.
The Onion (who else?):
For too long, game designers have been creatively stymied by a mammary-imaging technology only capable of rendering one type of breast—a heaving pair of massive, gravity-defying, torpedo-shaped bosoms
I’m both interested in and ashamed by the amount of talk that’s been going on in the video game industry about sexism post-E3.
I have more to talk about with regards to this later.