Alternative Media (Part 8): Questioning Outdated Traditions

Okay, here’s another Alternative Media article for all those out there who are interested! Warhammer 40,000: Space Marine Well, I’m sure that a lot of you are probably wondering why there’s another Warhammer 40,000 article here since I’ve already written at least two, if I remember correctly. Well, you see, Space Marine is one of many spin-off video-games that […]

Alternative Media (Part 7): Dishonored

Before I continue with my Deep series, I’d like to recommend another work of fiction that is a decent alternative to some of the more common media we encounter on a regular basis. Before you play your next round of Candy Crush or make another attack on your friends in Clash of Clans, I’d like you to take […]

Josie Rizal and Her Detractors: Another Case of Pinoy Stupidity

Ladies and gentlemen, I have always been big on video games. I’ve played a lot of games over the years and I’m about as hardcore as you can get when it comes to being a gamer. I play all day, all night and in between. Right now, I’m currently playing The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, and […]

Alternative Media (Part 2): Beating Back Stupidity

After noticing that a lot of readers seem to have appreciated my first article about what else they can watch asides from the mind-destroying shows that seem to infest our airwaves, I decided that I can perhaps provide additional reviews and recommendations on some other noteworthy programs and films. Let’s get this straight, I believe that […]

Alternative Media: What Most Pinoys Are Missing

The Bible says something about one must be like a child if they seek to enter the Kingdom of God. I have always been intrigued by the way Filipinos perceive the idea of maturity. When I was a teen in college, a lot of my friends clamored about “being treated like adults”. They would whine […]

Videogames And Children: A Bad Combination?

With the inexorable advance of technology comes the inexorable advance to seek entertainment. When computers were first introduced to the public, they were still quite primitive and much of their performance could be easily compared to something just a little more advanced than your scientific calculator. Just a few years since their creation, the idea of […]