Feb. 25th, 2016

talkstowolves: I speak with wolves and other wicked creatures. (talks to wolves)

Galactic Hitman, y’all. It’s… not a good game. Or even a working game, necessarily. Andy and I gave a go at playing it to amuse ourselves and experiment with a new format of Let’s Play. This video is the result.

Watch! Laugh with us! Marvel at our many CTD’s and first-time use of Steam’s new refund policy.

Also, THE SCREEN WAS TOTALLY FLICKERING, although Fraps didn’t capture that detail in the recording. We weren’t tripping, unless Galactic Hitman is so bad it threw us into identical seizure states.

If you’d like to learn more about Galactic Hitman, check it out on the Steam store.

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talkstowolves: I speak with wolves and other wicked creatures. (talks to wolves)

Chuck Wendig’s Aftermath has come and gon–no, wait, actually it remains for you to purchase at any bookseller you fancy. I mean, probably. Unless the bookseller specializes only in Cheesemaker Biopics Prior to 1900, or Ball Joint Enthusiast tracts. Still, my point stands! Aftermath, the first post-Return of the Jedi novel is out there, and now you can also read my review at Buzzy Mag.

Spoiler: I liked it, but it was a bit of a mess.

Do you know what the most notable aspect of Chuck Wendig’s Star Wars: Aftermath has been? Not that it’s the first post-Return of the Jedi story given to the galaxy. Not that it’s a gripping and fast-paced yarn. Nope. The most notable aspect per the Internet is that it has several gay characters. And space diapers.

I wish I could say I was kidding, but I’m not. I wish I could Jedi mind trick the Internet into being a less bigoted place, but I can’t. What I can do, however, is tell you that Star Wars: Aftermath is a flawed book, but it’s fun, and a worthy addition to the Star Wars we know.

It’s an incredibly busy and diverse galaxy out there, and Wendig’s got that covered in spades. We get a wide view of multitudinous worlds reacting to the news of the Emperor and Vader’s defeat, the exploding of the Death Star, and how the Empire does not shatter. Instead, it crumbles at the edges and the Rebellion victory seeps in as smuggled propaganda, sowing hope with one secretly-watched holomessage at a time.




Read the rest of the review over at Buzzy Mag.

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