Jordan Mammo reflects on the passing of Nintendo’s Satoru Iwata.
Jordan Mammo’s outlook is a little more positive after E3 2014.
“Why are so many students missing?” It’s the first question that pops into my mind as the bell rings to start class. I had been teaching in Busan, South Korea for about half a year at this point – March 2011 – and if there’s one thing I’d learned in that time it was that kids don’t skip school. This day was different, though, with numerous students absent in each class that came in through the doors. Light rain was steadily coming down outside, but it was nothing worth worrying about. At least, that’s what I thought. “Radiation,” my coworker
Jordan Mammo uncovers the fleeting dream hidden beneath the controversy surrounding Hayao Miyazaki’s final movie, The Wind Rises.
Next-generation consoles like the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One arrive this year. Why?
Asura’s Wrath hates everyone and everything. This is a very good thing.