In the series known as Kotor or Star Wars Knights of the Old Republic. The second in the series known as The Sith Lords, you play as an jedi exile. From this point it’ll be spoilers, you must find the last of the jedi council. In Hamlet, Hamlet values his life and so does the Exile in the game. Hamlet had a dilemma to choose death and kill his uncle, choose life and do nothing, or apathy. It is similar here in the game except that you learn that you had your own dilemma, choose death or cut yourself from the force to live. You choose to cut yourself from the force due to some much information going through you that you could have died, that is why you chose to cut yourself from the force. Continue reading
Hello viewers! It’s JT back with his second blog post for our awesome blog, artbeyondgaming. I am going to be talking about one of the video games that I have played and enjoyed over most others, that is, Super Mario Galaxy. Continue reading
Ninja Village is yet another groundbreaking game from highly successful Kairosoft Co. Ltd. in which the player has a set parcel of land, to build upon, expand, and help the shogun reunite feudal Japan.
“Some nights are made for torture, or reflection, or the savoring of loneliness.”
― Poppy Z. Brite
Have you ever felt regret? Regret that you didn’t get to know someone better? Regretted you didn’t do anything to help another in need? Continue reading
Hello Art Beyond Gaming followers and blog browsers! It’s me, JT, and I’m here to talk about what you want to hear about: games. I myself am not a huge gamer, but I do like to play a few video games in my free time. The main one I play is Minecraft. I have been playing this game for a year or two now and love every part of it. It is extremely creative, yet very basic. Continue reading
In a totalitarian state, to say the least, it seems that government is always breathing down your neck. Because of this, people becomes oppressed and thus, in a way or another, lose their individuality. Once in a while however, a few stray from this oppression. These people, even while suppressed, they keep their movements hidden, and manage to band up to rise against the oppressor. In 1984, Winston and Julia are these people, well at least until to where I, Andre, am in the novel. These two decide to join the legendary “Brotherhood,” a force which is the yang to Big Brother’s yin. This background is akin to that of DMC: Devil May Cry.