It’s more fun than spending weeks, months, and years playing a videogame while your real life wastes away. Barely.
by Thom Yee
Objectivity is a funny thing. Actually, it’s not funny, that’s what makes it objective. When it comes to important matters, objectivity is something we strive for in order to reach the most informed, most balanced, and hopefully best conclusions we can. Objectivity can save us from making poor decisions and it can ensure that the paths we choose are the best ones for all involved. Last weekend, not a lot of people chose to go see Warcraft, and though many based that decision at least partly on the most objective data available, critic scores, many more made that decision on some fairly conventional wisdom: Videogame movies are never good. Continue reading