When I was younger, I would play Spyro the Dragon, a cartoony platformer game (think Super Mario Bros, but you can move in all directions), with my father. Whenever you started a new game, a cutscene would play, explaining the plight of the dragons and how the villain of the game, Gnasty Gnorc, froze all […]Read More Are Video Games a Form of Literature?
In the Michael Bay disaster movie Armageddon, there is a scene one of the spaceships sent to land on the asteroid heading for Earth makes a crash landing. As the crew escape the wreckage, there are flames in the background. Obviously, fire doesn’t seem out of place shortly after a crash- except they are on […]Read More It’s Just a Story: Nitpicking and Accuracy in Media