In my spare time I like researching Millennial literary phenomenon, interracial relationships, and the wastelands of Fallout 4.
Like all of Pierce’s music, this was a track of reflection. It’s not a song for the gym, it’s a song for late evening walk. It’s a song for your morning coffee, a song for when you need to decompress and disconnect from something stressful.
Earlier this year, Rain was on tour with one of my favorite duos-Macklemore & Ryan Lewis. Though I’m a big fan of several of their songs, I generally found myself scrolling by performance photos without much of a second glance. Not this time.
It’s finally here. Since first hearing mention of No Man’s Sky nearly three years ago, I’ve jumped at any new scrap of information I could get my hands on. When it comes to video games I feel that I fall into a certain subcategory of player.
Here in Charleston the streets and parks have been filled with hopeful trainers looking for loot and powerful Pokes. So what makes this game such a big deal, and why are so many people going crazy over it?
Food and comic books go together like marathoners and cattle prods- surprisingly well.
If you’re joining me for the first time today, you’ve found yourself in the middle of a short series detailing my adventures in Hello Games’ new game, No Man’s Sky, beginning with Day 0. I’m not leaving anything out, so if you don’t want to know what you may run into, it’s probably a good idea to stop reading this post.