I went to PAX West for the first time this past weekend and had a beyond great time. My boyfriend was invited to speak on a panel about his unique job in games (more on that below) and I got to tag along and see what PAX West had to offer.
Major season two finals spoilers ahead
In the season two finale of The Handmaid’s Tale, it’s revealed Commander Lawrence (head of the household Emily has been most recently assigned) is part of the resistance and helps his Handmaid’s and Holly/Nichole escape. But his eager helpfulness after a terrifying introduction just feels wrong.
In the Golden Age of TV, we have more critically acclaimed content than ever. With the increasing segmentation of audiences, showrunners no longer have to cater to the lowest common denominator and can write specific content for specific audiences. And with subscription based television, we’re treated to shows like Game of Thrones and The Handmaid’s Tale — two series that would never see the light of broadcast network in their current forms. And yet, with all this amazing TV surrounding us, Netflix’s season 2 of GLOW still shines as bright as its name.
While this title has been out since early May, it took me two whole months to finally get a chance to try it out. An experience that sits somewhere between Guitar Hero, playing actual drums, and good ol’ Star Wars sfx, it didn’t disappoint.
This post is filled with massive spoilers of S2E9 of Westworld! Continue at your own risk!
Early video games are known to be more difficult than games of today, even by young people like myself, who didn’t get a chance to play them when they came out. But it seems that most recently, there’s been an even greater influx of particularly “easy” games. A quick Google search of any recent title and “too easy” will provide an abundance of results. So then we might to ask ourselves, “Are video games too easy?”