Damn straight, video games should get casually referred to in popular love songs. How long
have we had songs about going to the movies? I'm sure that topic used to seem
like a strange and modern pastime to write a song about, but now it's normal.
And it's about time that gaming - one of my favorite romantic pastimes - should
get taken completely seriously in a love song.
You know, James Gunn, for a man who writes for the horror genre, you sure don't seem to know much about your target demographic. Did you know that more women buy tickets to horror movies than men? So, when you say, "who doesn't want to have a beautiful, young, 18-year-old cheerleader with lots of up-skirt shots in the middle of zombie carnage?", I feel compelled to answer you.
Jilane's "breeding farms" almost feel like a dirty little
secret, considering how few people have sought out the Gears collection of art books, comics,
I hope you watched that entire Duke Nukem Forever trailer. Next, you should watch this compilation of one-liners from previous Duke Nukem games. Are you feeling like more of a man yet? Because I do. And I'm a woman. So that's saying something.
Duke Nukem Forever seems to be in a perpetual state of controversy.
THE SONY NGP Is this a Magic Eye image? If I cross my eyes and back away, will I see a pussy?
I realize this controversy happened a week and a half ago, but it still makes me want to punch a wall until my hand falls off, so here we go.
Mr. Jaffe, you may recall saying the following statement about the new Sony NGP:
Mike Krahulik and Jerry Holkins, artist and author of Penny Arcade
Amanda Marcotte of Pandagon has already highlighted the key points of Penny Arcade's recent run-in with feminist blog Shakesville, not to mention the e-mails they've apparently received from readers who are upset about last Wednesday's comic
This book has a trailer that with higher production quality than most indie films
Quirk Books has already released two best-selling "mash-up" books: Sense and Sensibility and Sea Monsters by Jane Austen and Ben Winters, and Pride and Prejudice and Zombies by Jane Austen and Seth Grahame-Smith. Here's the deal: once a book enters the public domain, authors are free to take some creative liberties with the source material. Quirk Books has led the way on making "mash-ups" into a legit lit genre.
Android Karenina by Leo Tolstoy and Ben Winters has recently hit shelves.
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