Miyazaki now hints that he does not plan to produce more Dark Souls games. I’m encouraged by this.
Miyakaki now hints that he does not plan to produce more Dark Souls games. I’m encouraged by this.
But I suspect Miyazaki takes another approach. He understands the story as a whole. And the mechanical elements of play must satisfy or make sense of the bigger picture. Or those elements don’t belong. And because Miyazaki is back in the development saddle, I expect good things from Dark Souls 3.
I don’t typically write book reviews as I feel that there are others who do it better. But I just finished reading Patrick Rothfuss’ book The Name of the Wind. It’s a good read.
Ben Burnes has performed an excellent interpretation of my super-short “I’d Gone Too Far.” He brings the story to life, layering in an audio mood with his reading. Shh-and listen. Turn down the lights, turn up the volume, and change your underpants!
While searching the shelves of a local video store, I chanced upon the Daimajin boxed DVD set (Daimajin, Wrath of Daimajin, and Return of Daimajin). I’m a moth drawn to unusual or older Japanese movies, a viewer that just can’t keep his eyes off the light of the television once the intro rolls onto the