I’ve mentioned this before, but I always find it weird when I read about these “hidden” places that I’ve visited in a videogame (in this case, I think a level of The Darkness took place in this subway station). It’s weird to have memories of places you’ve never visited before.
I never really understood the point of Vine before. Now I get it. I totally get it.
Thumbs and Ammo – “Real tough guys don’t need guns, they just need a positive, can-do attitude”.
If Hotline Miami was a fishing game, it would probably look a lot like this. €2.89 on the iTunes store.
This site has broken down the 10 most popular porn search terms based on their country of origin. #1 in Ukraine is “Raincoat”. Wow.
Rob Thomas launches Kickstarter campaign for Veronica Mars: The Movie
I’m totally backing this. And if someone fancies launching a campaign to get a Rubicon or Terriers movie going, I’d be all for that too.
Sophia Coppola and Kristen Sheridan have both got new movies out about a group of attractive young teenagers who break into the houses of rich people.
The Bling Ring
Is there something to be read into this? Is this a subject that especially appeals to daughters of directors past their prime? Should we expect Jennifer Lynch to complete the trifecta? Or is this just one of those things, like A Bug’s Life and Antz landing at the same time? I don’t know. Do I care? No. I’m just killing time here.
Dead End Thrills is a lovely blog that takes screenshots of beautiful games and presents them as best they can. For example, to generate this lovely image from Stalker, they used nine graphical mods. These are things you can add to the game to make it look even prettier. To produce the image from Kentucky Route Zero above? None. Just a bit of offline antialiasing in Photoshop to smooth some of the lines.
It’s a beautiful game. And now you can buy it on Steam.