I already gave you a blog post earlier today, so this one’s going to be quick and dirty with minimal explanation.
- Andy Lee Chaisri has a list of important women in the Japanese games industry. Neato! (In particular, I’d like to praise Mutsumi Inomata for her character art in Tales of Zestiria.)
- Alyssa Rosenberg of the Washington Post encourages us to give up on TV shows that we don’t enjoy, even if we fear “missing out.” See ya later, Supergirl and Legends of Tomorrow!
- An oldie but a goodie: Tim Urban of Wait Buy Why writes about “tiers” and “quadrants” of friendships. It’s a good way for taking stock of the relationships in your life.
- Finally, writing for Destructoid, Mike Cosimano argues that choosing “immoral” options in games is not a reflection of one’s personal morality. Often, one chooses the immoral option because they think it’ll make for a more interesting story.
That’s all for now. See you next week!