It was just another night in the LG office. Other than Alex and I, not another soul was in the entire damn room. Pinky had recently crashed the LG dirigible into the building when he found out school’s startin’ over in “whereever-he-lives”. As the wind blew through the gaping hole in the wall, suddenly, Alex bust in, yelling “OH MY GOD, OH MY GOD, OH MY GOD”. I then asked “What’s going on, Alex?”, only to get stampeded by him. As I slowly got up and realized just how strong he is, he then yelled-
Articles posted during Thursday August 26th 2010
I never thought I’d see the day my eyes read these words.
Prior to purchasing Turtle Rock and Left 4 Dead, Valve were…
On Thursday? I thought they change these on Friday. One day lost out of two weeks? You should be ashamed, Valve.
I would imagine there are a few questions going through your head at the moment. Why didn’t we post anything on the 24th? Why did we only post one article on the 25th?
Allow me to answer all your questions through a simple FAQ, which I completely made up, for a stronger effect.
We all know how amazing Portal is, since we operate a fansite dedicated to it and all, and while we (well, to be honest, only I) have read some of the interesting essays that attempt to show some of the subtexts and themes that can be found within Portal’s narrative, but who thought such discussions would make it out of the gaming blog or website?
Meet Michael Abbott, owner of the video game blog “The Brainy Gamer”, and a teacher at the Wabash College in Crawfordsville, Indiana, a liberal arts college founded in 1832. This may be, in fact, not only the first time this has happened inside the Wabash College, but the first time a video game has ever been on the syllabus of a college course.
GamesCom is over, but as a final treat, Valve has released some high-resolution pictures of their Portal 2 demo on their FTP. Said FTP is inaccessible (to us smelly amateur LambdaGeneration folks), but thankfully, Halflife2.net is hosting the images. They have lovely leaky ingame prefixes. “sp_sabotage”, you say? Mwhahahaha! Deliciously not-so-informative knowledge fills my brain!