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A Week in the Life of a Guard on a Rooftop in Assassin’s Creed

Day One What a great job! I moved here from my home village three days ago, and all it took was bumping into one of the hundreds of guards roaming around the city in order to realize that there’s a … Continue reading

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On Fictional People, Lies, and Underlying Processes

This is just a quick thing in order to get some tabs I off the top of my screen. Something I think about a lot is fiction and our attachment to it. Why do we like it? Psychoanalysis would give … Continue reading

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FTL: One Pilot’s Life

Log 1: Today I crossed the airlock into The Kestrel with a holotape full of information. I carry the Federation’s last hope against the partisan Rebellion. I don’t know why I’m starting this logbook–it isn’t to brag. It isn’t to … Continue reading

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On Experience-Taking

This is a quick bit of writing about “experience-taking,” which is a term created by Lisa Libby and Geoff Kaufman, from Ohio State and Dartmouth, respectively. If you don’t care about what I have to say about it, just read … Continue reading

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On Limbo

I am behind the times. I got Limbo as part of the Humble Bundle V, and I took this morning to play through it. My opinion? It is a mediocre puzzle game with a heavy dose of Tim Burton-esque aesthetics. … Continue reading

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My Niko Bellic

These are five moments that my Niko Bellic experienced in GTA IV. 1.  Niko Bellic walks out of the hospital. He touches his ribs. The giant green cross mounted on the side of the building gives everything  sick tint. Liberty … Continue reading

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