Review – The Walking Dead: The Final Season Episode 1: Done Running (PS4)
GROUPING INDIVIDUALISM INTO A BOX In Telltale’s The Walking Dead, there’s either one of two situations going on. One is when characters stay alone. They’re by themselves, maybe with one…
Xenosaga HD: What Needs to Be Addressed to Make It Work
A couple of months ago, it was quietly announced that Bandai Namco again trademarked the title “Also Sprach Zarathustra” for use in the United States. While the possibility exists that…
What Tilting Windmill Is:
In Don Quixote, the tale’s hero haphazardly jousts with windmills, for he is convinced they are giants. His heroism is misplaced, but nevertheless, it is idealistic, ambitious, and romantic. At every stage, creativity must be all of those things.
“Tilting at windmills” often means to fight with imaginary foes or enter a battle that cannot be won. Here at Tilting Windmill Studios, though, it means embracing the quixotic, bizarre mind of Don Quixote in pursuit of creative endeavors. Creativity should be a bit wacky and different after all, right?