My science fiction, cyberpunk, sorcery mash-up, The Chimera Code, is now on sale for… Less than whatever is the base unit of currency in your country!Continue reading →
Video Game Review: Psychonauts 2
I’ve been waiting 16 freaking years for this sequel, and it ended up being everything that I hoped it would be. I’m going to gush on this one because it’s a strong contender for my personal game of the year.Continue reading →
Video Game Review: Control
Not having had the luxury of being able to afford multiple consoles at the same time, I’ve always tended more toward PlayStation consoles than Xbox machines. That’s mostly because I love JRPGs, and am not a huge FPS shooter or PvP player. So it means I missed out on some of the more notable exclusives and developers on Microsoft’s platform, like Remedy, responsible for the unique, Stephen King-esque Alan Wake game.
Well, now I’ve finally played Control and understand what I’ve been missing this whole time.Continue reading →
Video Game Review: Nier Replicant
This one of the bigger games of the year for me, and it was everything I’d hoped it would be. Flawed, sure, but still an amazing experience.Continue reading →
New Online Panel
There was an online panel conducted over in the UK, and was somehow included. They even let me talk, which is always a mistake.Continue reading →
There’s a new short story anthology coming out later in the year and I’m one of the contributors.Continue reading →
Video Game Review: Persona 5 Strikers
The Persona series is one of my favorite JRPGs, but I was a little nervous to hear it would be getting the Dynasty Warriors treatment. It turns out getting a spin-off in this genre actually worked pretty damn well.
New Website & Interview
Two bits of news.Continue reading →
New Novella Incoming
I have a new book coming! It’s actually a novella, which, in publishing parlance, generally means stories under 50,000 words, with the average novel being about 100,000.
Video Game Review: 13 Sentinels: Aegis Rim
What do you get when you take every science fiction and anime trope imaginable, throw them into a blender, and hit the “frappe” button. 13 Sentinels, apparently; a weird, wonderful game that surprised me with how crazy, yet coherent it was.Continue reading →