…the universe drop down around you like a shroud.
But we shouldn’t let that cloud our entire week, as devastatingly depressing as it is.
I don’t have a good transition here.
Anjin Anhut’s “A Man Chooses A Slave Obeys” is a brilliant close reading of Bioshock and critical-favorite Spec Ops: The Line. Anhut focuses in tightly on what it means to perform an action in a game, and comes to the conclusion that maybe we do actually need to turn the machine off sometimes (also, the graphic design in that article is stunning. Go look.) Anhut starts…