When it comes to the culinary arts, there are a few different approaches to creating and preparing a recipe. Some recipes take skill, finesse, and a deep knowledge of many different kinds of ingredients and the way their flavors will blend together. Years of knowledge and talent can go into creating something that is pleasing to both the eye and the palette. And then there are recipes that involve taking a whole bunch of things that taste good separately, stuffing them inside each other, and seeing what happens. The turducken and its dessert equivalent, the cookie-cake-pie, for example, probably fall into this category.
How is this relevant to video games? The answer to that is Danganronpa.
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I’m sure that anyone who reads this site, other sites, or has been on the internet at all in the past few days knows that there have been some pretty negative things that have been happening in the video game industry. I feel like there have been a great many other people who have been a great deal more personally affected by these things than I have been, and those people do a much better job of addressing the situation than I ever could.
So, I’m going to do the only thing I feel that I can do. I would like to list, briefly and in no particular order, the things related to video games that have made me and others happy, and which I think are positive things happening in the industry right now. Some of these things involve games I intend on reviewing at some point, and some of them are just observations I’ve made in the past month-ish.
Continue reading “Things That Make Me Happy: September 2014 Edition”