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I Never Want to Play an “Edgy” Game Again

Hello Readers! If you’re anywhere near New England (which most of you are, if Social Media is correct), I hope you’ve been enjoying the lovely weather! Honestly, I prefer today’s 60-ish to last weeks 80-ish, but it’s been beautiful nevertheless. My last blog from a couple of weeks ago mentioned that I was just about… Continue reading I Never Want to Play an “Edgy” Game Again

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Bleep Bloop Blog

Hey everybody! Aiden here. It’s been a while since my last update. I’ve just finished the music for Lulach Beryl: Magical Intern episode 10! Very exciting. It took me a super long time to actually get around to it. It does mean that it should be posted within a week, barring another unfortunate deletion incident.… Continue reading Bleep Bloop Blog

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A Little Bit of Honesty

So. Howdy. How are you all doing? It’s been quite a while. I’ll be honest, I’ve been having a hard time writing this blog post. I’ve kind of been avoiding it, and I’m not sure why. At first it was because I was intent on doing a bunch of research on the comics I wanted… Continue reading A Little Bit of Honesty

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Power Creep

Sometimes, I think mediocre is worse than flat-out bad. Recently I’ve been playing Vigil Games’ Darksiders II. It was one of those free games you get each month if you pay an extra fee on the Playstation, and thanks to generous family members I’ve had this service for several years now. Mechanically it’s a very… Continue reading Power Creep

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Tuppence for Your Thoughts…

I might have mentioned before that growing up, I was not a voracious reader, and I regret that. I did, however, develop an early love of fantastical worlds and deep narratives. You know how little kids tend to watch movies over and over and over again, which when I was growing up meant you eventually… Continue reading Tuppence for Your Thoughts…