on Jan 10, 2010
Rutskarn has begun a new series, this time about the game Call of Cthulhu: Dark Corners of the Earth. This is in addition to his ongoing Morrowind series, which if you remember acted as the catalyst for the saga of Star on Chest.
What is your problem, man? Do you mind not screwing up the curve for the rest of us?
I distinctly remember you saying that you began college this year. I’ll have you know that I’ve watched several of the late-night documentaries from Cinemax on college life, and I have no idea what you think you’re doing. You’re certainly not behaving like a freshman. Aren’t you supposed to be binge-partying with frat boys and building bongs out of tanker trucks? Or getting caught in compromising positions with cheerleaders who have brutish boyfriends? This is the time in your life for experimenting with dangerous lifestyles, living poorly, and making foolish decisions that you will regret for decades. But instead, you’re churning out one awesome post after another on your blog? You’re ruining your education, man!
You should be far too busy to crank out this endless stream of content every day. And now you’re going to start a Cthulhu series?
You sir, are a nerd.
To the rest of you: I don’t have anything interesting to post today, but if you want to see a man waste his life by honing his writing skills and writing excellent things about videogames, then I suppose Clod of Cthulhu is worth a look.
Shamus Young is an old-school OpenGL programmer, author, and composer. He runs this site and if anything is broken you should probably blame him.