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