I'm celebrity author and renowned street mime Panzadolphin56. This is my blog. I write things here.
...in case the blog bit didn't give that away.
Anyway! To the left you'll find my latest blogs, and beneath this you'll find a fairly comprehensive list of most of what I've written over the years (unfortunately some stuff does eventually get bumped off the list.)
I like to write from a fairly critical standpoint about games, usually analysis or talking about issues that interest me, I also do retrospectives from time to time, talk about games I've been playing, write the funny things that come into my head, and very occasionally do some crappy art.
I am mostly a story person, good mechanics are good mechanics but button pressing never does anything for me. I like Horror, I like Cyberpunk, I like Neo-Noir (especially crossed with Cyberpunk), I like good art and good writing, I like games that cut against the grain or choose to challenge social or industry norms in some way.
I don't have a single favourite game but I am a big fan of the MGS games, Snatcher, the Forbidden Siren series, Silent Hill 2, the old-school Resident Evils, Advance Wars and Power Dolls, among many, many others.
Well! If you said yes then you're in for a treat with this week's episode of Scary Granules (wait, what happened to last week?!) as it's all about the source of all things neckbeard:
In particular gaming conventions, but the weaboo one gets talked about aswell.
This week's show is a little short but it's jam-packed full of interesting conversation, our usual diatribes on the state of gaming, some terrible music, an unnerving amount of silence and Glowbear surprises us with her own unique interpretation of the Japanese language.
And we even have a special guest star this week!
Kim Kardashian! err... Natasha Dujon!
She's on the show just long enough to teach us an important lesson about washing machines in London, before getting fired into space with Glowbear for breaking public decency laws talking about their inner goddesses.
Scary Granules Episode 3 - Hey Tash What ya Connin'?