Started gaming in kindergarten, when the most advanced piece of hardware I could get my hands on was a black plastic handle and an orange button attached to a brick. I used it to blow up little squares on a black and white television screen. A couple years later, I was molested by the girl next door after beating her copy of The Legend of Zelda. I have mixed feelings about the experience.
Unfortunately, over the years, my ability to maintain a passion for games has waned (as in being able to play through them start-to-finish). This is due to various reasons and issues that would be too emo to get into at this juncture. But suffice to say, though my passion has waned, my interest in them has not, as evidenced by my being here.
Nihil (or Nils) is the pseudonym I currently use for writing and gaming on the internet. I came across the Destructoid website by searching for information on Way of the Samurai 3. Tubatic pretty much has the most comprehensive coverage on it I've seen anywhere. And for that, and the other thing, I thank him.
I watched a thing and now I'm going to review the thing that I saw.
I saw the first episode of the fourth season of the online webisode series of The Guild. The Guild stars the lovely and talented Felicia Day. Whether you find Felicia Day talented and lovely will depend on your threshold to tolerate her presence. The episode also starred other people. They are less important.
Felicia Day plays a neurotic gamer who plays an online game with other gamers she met online in the game. They call themselves, The Knights of Good. For fear of giving away spoilers, I will try to be as objective about the plot as I can:
Felicia Day says things. Hijinks ensue.
If you have a sense of humor, you may find the show funny. Also, if you have a sense of humor, there's a strong possibility you may not find it funny. If you find the episode funny, you may want to watch the rest of the season as it airs. If you don't, you'll probably want to avoid watching it.