Can AIs be helpful for GMs? Yes, but not for very many things.
(Being a nerd, I obviously scheduled this to be posted at the exact same minute as the first article on this blog.)
Really. Ten Years. I’m actually not even that surprised. I’ve always liked writing, so it was just natural that this would last.
Okay, here it is… with comments, because I just can’t shut up.
When I wrote the first version of this list, I was a bit down on the films of 2022, but given this much time and the opportunity to see more movies from last year, I have somewhat changed my mind. The movies I’ve liked from last year now extend well into the second page of search results on IMDb. With 50 movies par page, that’s pretty good.
I got into a sort of debate about this. Well, you can’t really call it a debate, when the other side is not actually interested in listening to your opinions, but come in with strong preconceived notions instead. So, this is more of an argument. Which is frustrating, because I do feel this is a topic that warrants some investigation.
One of the problems with cubes I’ve seen over the years is that in a way they are often very ambitious, but in other ways they are creatively bankrupt. People just follow the Vintage Cube model way too much, but you don’t need to do that. Your cube doesn’t have to cost as much or more than your car.
While the movie is still under post-production having been shot last year, and weirdly does not have a release date, I don’t think it will be as explicitly queer as the games. Oh boy, are they liberated in this sense.
Originally Les trois mousquetaires: D’Artagnan. This seems to be an attempt to start a series of films, as the next movie (Milady) is already set to be released later this year.
Just so there’s no misunderstanding here about the title of this post: I am not trying to make fun of Pride month. I am making fun of various companies that do this performative shit annually, and I’m making fun of myself as someone who would like to be an ally, but really isn’t, because I don’t really do anything besides random things like this for that community, nor do I identify as queer.