Archive for September, 2005
September 30th, 2005

I don’t claim to understand the majority of our country. Southerners, Midwesterners, West-Coast people: I’d like to get to know you better, but at the moment I’m just an East Coast girl (specifically, a Philadelphia girl) with an East Coast frame of mind. Over here, we’re pretty liberal. You’d think we’d be into new things, […]

September 28th, 2005

We usually don’t think of blood as a weapon. Sure, there’s plenty of gore and violence in our entertainment culture, in our movies, TV shows, and video games. But normally we associate it with weakness and defeat. The losers are the ones who bleed. Killer 7, on the other hand, shows us a new appreciation […]

September 26th, 2005

At the moment, we’re stuck in something of a whirlwind. “Video games are bad for you!” shout concerned parents and politicians across the country. They rot your brain; they keep you away from your school work; they incite violence; they make you want sex. Lions and tigers and bears, oh my! Whether or not you […]

September 23rd, 2005

On Monday, I directed your attention to the booth babe shots from the 2005 TGS, which are up over at 1up.com, and more specifically at the (now 52) comments from American gamers in response to these “hot Asian chix”. Feel free to peruse such tidbits at your leisure. After which, I’d like to open the […]

September 21st, 2005

Slashdong has an incitefully funny post up at the moment about the apparent craze for regarding the new Revolution controller as a sex toy, and just how ridiculous that is. While I personally can’t help but feel excited about anything that vibrates (The trans vibrator is in the mail! Now only the infamous Hello Kitty […]

September 19th, 2005

Need a little relief from worrying your head over the Revolution controller? I sure as hell do. (I mean, oh my God, I don’t want to play with a remote controller, but, oh my God, it’s so innovative and unique that I have to support it, but, oh my God, what if I have the […]

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