Monthly Archives: December 2012

Interview with Theron Jacobs

I conducted this email with Theron Jacobs over email. You can find him on twitter @TPHD Cameron: signal–noise–signal Theron: PERSONALLY, I IDENTIFY WITH NOISE C: So Theron, you’re a poet. There is a camp of video game studies that makes … Continue reading

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Final Fantasy IX: Collecting

This is the inaugural post in a short series that I am going to be doing about Final Fantasy IX. As you may know, I have been playing the PSX-era Final Fantasy games in order to give them a fresh look. From nostalgia-wrapped Final … Continue reading

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On Bifo’s The Uprising: On Poetry and Finance

IF YOU ARE COMING HERE FROM FACEBOOK, CAN YOU PLEASE COMMENT AND TELL ME WHY THERE IS SO MUCH TRAFFIC COMING FROM THERE TO THIS POST? I have also written about Bifo’s The Soul At Work and Ironic Ethics. I finished the last … Continue reading

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Dylan Trigg on Agoraphobia

Like Vincent, I too am a victim of agoraphobia. In our shared disdain for ugly architecture, vertiginous hills and strange bodily afflictions, Vincent and I are kindred spirits, separated by time but united by neurosis. As with Vincent, it has … Continue reading

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Replicating Myself in Saints Row 3

So this is my Boss in Saint’s Row 3. I don’t have a big point to make here. I just came off of a five day writing binge, so this blog is going to suffer for a few days. Oh well. … Continue reading

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Brendan Keogh and I in Conversation About Games Criticism

So over on Facebook, Brendan and I had a short conversation about games crit. The topic of “games in themselves” came up, which Brendan understands in this way:  Well, I think the term “in themselves” implies an idea of looking … Continue reading

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Frobisher to Sixsmith

Time cannot permeate this sabbatical. We do not stay dead for long. Once my Luger lets me go, my birth, next time around, will be upon me in a heartbeat. Thirteen years from now we’ll meet again at Gresham, ten years later … Continue reading

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