Whenever I dive into the current Wolfenstein series, I always marvel at the way the game’s artists make use of brutalist architecture and design to hammer into your mind that “this is not normal”.
“There are all sorts of things embodied by the LEGO brick. Geometry and mathematics and truth and proportion and shape and colour… it is a faintly spiritual activity that everybody connects with.”
“Don’t mess with me lady, I’ve been drinking with skeletons.”
-Hellboy, Mike Mignola
“As long as you’re having fun, that’s the key. The moment it becomes a grind, it’s over.”
Rally racing games first started appearing on consoles in the mid-90s, spread across a variety of entrants to this niche racing genre. Titles like Sega Rally, V-Rally, RalliSport, Top Gear Rally, WRC, Colin McRae, and more have all made a run at representing rallying, at various levels of realism from arcade to simulation style.
If you don’t like peas, it is probably because you have not had them fresh.
Death at the gates again, howling my name.
Can’t greet you today, I’ve a war to win.