Spin-Off Doctors Supplemental: Ratchet & Clank

(Here is yet another working script for the synopsis of the 2016 animated feature Ratchet & Clank, as heard on The Spin-Off Doctors. As always, it remains just as full of typos and grammatical errors as when I vomited it on to the page. Enjoy!)
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Spin-Off Doctors Supplemental – Mortal Kombat: Annihilation

(What follows is the plot summary of Mortal Kombat: Annihilation used in recording The Spin-Off Doctors episode on said film. It’s unedited, and therefore riddled with typos, grammatical errors and misplaced punctuation. Enjoy!) Continue reading “Spin-Off Doctors Supplemental – Mortal Kombat: Annihilation”

Spin-Off Doctors Supplemental – Street Fighter II: The Animated Movie

In the past, I’ve been asked to publish the synopsis notes I compile for episodes of The Spin-Off Doctors and it seemed like a good enough thing to start doing in 2017. Read on for a completely unedited (and expletive-filled) mess describing the plot of Street Fighter II: The Animated Movie.


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Introducing my new audiobook project!

It is with great pleasure (and no small amount of relief) that I present the first in a series of new audiobooks of classic literature. Available now through the Audiobooks page on the site or the link below, you can purchase The Call of the Wild by Jack London (offered in MP3 and FLAC audio formats) for the introductory price of $4.

Here is a brief excerpt:

I’ve been plotting this new endeavor for many months now, and have several other books which will soon be joining this first effort. Stay tuned.

Would I directly take money in exchange for coverage of a game?

Over the last week, there has been much discussion around the act of YouTube personalities in the video game space accepting money from game developers in exchange for coverage of their games. A survey of YouTube content creators performed by Gamasutra found a considerable amount of popular channels (more than a quarter surveyed) acknowledging that they had accepted compensation in this way at some point, giving rise once more to the old chestnut that the people who critique games for a living are little more than bought-out PR mouthpieces. Continue reading “Would I directly take money in exchange for coverage of a game?”