Suffocating Classics

If there’s one thing that stands above anything else for me in a game, it’s if they achieve something unique. When focusing on the most recent releases, this is largely limited to looking at what has come before it. However, sometime later you can also start to take into account what comes after. I’d say it’s similar to the whole phrase β€œ____ hasn’t aged well.” Yet instead of from perspective of how the ever moving bar leaves some titles behind, it’s more about about how the level of iteration dilutes the original.

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Wotagei: Not Really a Video Game… But That’s OK

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Japanese music festivals aren’t something I have much experience with or an interest in. I avoid talking about music since I honestly don’t know what to say beyond, β€œit good yo.” However, in an attempt to not be completely anti-social after moving across the U.S., I’ve been going to whatever local anime/video game event pops up. I have no idea what I’m doing with my life, but here I am.

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