That’s pretty germane to where I’m at right now with EarthBound, actually. Because Ness, where we left off, he’s about to be in a world of his mind’s creation. It’s sort of his dream or his imagination, and we’re going to see how he returns to the waking world, to real life, at the end of that.
Heart of Darkness, Apocalypse Now, Overcoming Shyness, and EarthBound.
This is the longest of a few finished works I have just sitting around, and it’s now available in ebook form through Amazon!
The implication is all too plain: the kind of excellence represented by Dungeon Man’s total surrender to game-making and -playing is limiting if there is a goal beyond it. Brick Road’s narrow expertise is arrested by its own greatness.
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Serialized specially for The Well-Red Mage, based on the podcast by Wesley Schantz
Comparing the two respective pop-culture genres, I couldn’t help myself but reminisce about all the great movies and games I’ve witnessed over the years, and it is at that moment I had an epiphany: is there a cause and effect ratio between the silver screen and the gaming system?