I can finally play Yu-Gi-Oh against humans. They have the technology. And the epic background music. This is because of the community that grew around the game online. I mostly grew up watching the anime and playing the video games. I remember that Eternal Duelist Soul was one of the first cartridges I bought for […]Read more "The Yu-Gi-Oh Online Community."
Here’s a disclaimer: It’s probably my bad for trying to put these under the science fiction umbrella. There are probably actual and better names for the genres I’ll be describing. But any field that is systematically studied is a science, right? As per Clarke’s third law: Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic. I do not […]Read more "Sci-fi Preferences."
GameDev Story was one of the first tycoon games that hit the mobile market. It’s a simple management simulator on the outside but it provides players with their fantasies of creating video game studios of their own. KairoSoft certainly followed this format of fulfillment to make their franchise of “Story” games. Game mechanics are almost non-existent. […]Read more "Bits from GameDev Story"
I worked on a couple of larger projects for the past years now and I’ve only made their dialog boxes quite haphazardly. They’ve only done one thing, which is to read a text file and display it. Some additional string splitting too. After those action games, I want to try my hand at a compelling, […]Read more "Looking to Make a Narrative Engine."
Check out these amazing covers of the songs. All with stunning vocals to appreciate the English lyrics with. I’ll update it with Life Will Change when one comes out.Read more "Persona 5 Songs Not In Engrish."
A roundup of this month’s references. Let’s make this a regular thing to recap and archive some great art. Greg Tocchini. Low is one of the most visually striking graphics I’ve seen. From the slick lines to the vibrant colors. The underwater world it presents is just enthralling. Sinix. One of my favorite Youtube artists. Watching […]Read more "Ref Time – April"
I got this at the Komikon recently. Here’s some thoughts after reading through the entire book during the last holidays. There will be spoilers. And possibly nitpicking. You’ve been warned. The three different covers were all lined up, a quick Google search directed me to the events-only edition so I picked that up. It was […]Read more "Back to the 90’s With The Mythology Class."