VRChat Game Review: A Beautiful Mess of A Digital Chatroom

Something that has gotten traction as of late is “Virtual Reality”. While this has been a concept in movies, TV-shows, and literature, the general concepts of VR hadn’t been defined until recent years. Modern VR is in its infancy, and there aren’t a whole lot of fun games out for the platform yet. Still, developers … More VRChat Game Review: A Beautiful Mess of A Digital Chatroom

The Awesome Absurdity That Is Space Ghost: Coast To Coast

90s animated television was truly a bizarre thing to behold, due entirely to its experimental nature. The mid-to-late 90s became a breeding ground for some of the oddest and most entertaining shows you could ever imagine. I’m talking shows like Daria, King of The Hill, Dr. Katz, Samurai Pizza Cats, Spider-Man Unlimited, Batman Beyond, The … More The Awesome Absurdity That Is Space Ghost: Coast To Coast

Homestar Runner: A Legacy of Great Web-Cartoons

To me, internet animation has always been a unique subject to tackle. There are so many facets to online animation, and so many awesome cartoons out there to list. I’ve tackled the animated web-short “Super Turbo Atomic Ninja Rabbit”, but I thought I’d go back and discuss the epicenter of all online animation: Homestar Runner. … More Homestar Runner: A Legacy of Great Web-Cartoons

Way of The Samurai 3: The Oddball of Samurai Games

I like to imagine there’s a game series out there, one that merges the history of the samurai with the oddball nature found in a lot of Japan’s popular media. A game series that is both steeped in history, while still being screwy enough to capture the weirdness that Japan has become so beloved for. … More Way of The Samurai 3: The Oddball of Samurai Games