I'm Panzadolphin56, here is where I write things. Sometimes they make sense, usually they don't. I also like to draw some things sometimes, and typically I like try and do things nobody else thinks of (I'm a lot like Noel Edmonds in that respect.)
I'd tend to describe myself as a guy who likes a bit of everything - whether it be books, movies, tv, games. I have a degree in Philosophy and English Lit so all the thinky boring stuff about games interests me greatly. I usually focus my interest on sci-fi and horror but I'll watch or play most things. I'm pretty much a story person when it comes to games, a good narrative regardless of gameplay style will always draw me in - though good mechanics and a unique or interesting art style has an effect on me too.
Most of what you'll see in my blog is either in-depth analytics, mediocre attempts at humour or personal asides about my own peculiar gaming interests (so don't hold that against me.)
Gamewise I like a lot of horror - Forbidden Siren 1 + 2, Silent Hill, AvP2, some 'political' and military stuff like Modern Warfare and Metal Gear Solid 4. That's sort of the gist of things, I could go on but we'd be here for hours.
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'?