Logan talks about Steven Spielberg’s new film Ready Player One, and the effects of digesting entertainment passively and using it as escapism.
Media can be used for great good. But, as we all know, it can do great harm as well. That’s really in the message more than the medium, but there are certain forms of media that have gotten a really bad rap. Video Games is one of them. But, contrary to what many may think, video games are not inherently harmful. Here are five reasons why.
“The enrichment center would like to remind you that Android Hell is a real place that you will be sent at the first sign of defiance.”
That’s GLaDOS. Not, not Glaedose. Like Gladys. GLa…nevermind.
In the past several weeks, I’ve been trying to think of ways to expand this website, and make it useful for more people of varying interests. That’s difficult, since as of now, I’m the only one writing for the blog on a regular basis, and I only have so much time and resources to review things or write about them. For that reason, I’ve stayed away from reviewing video games for a while, since it takes a lot of time to play through them (assuming you’re playing through a game with some sort of story or campaign mode), and then review them. But I’ve decided that it’s worth my time to undertake this endeavor.