Humanitas Error Est – Human Pathomorphism (Satanath Records) In their debut these Germans make a decent attempt at mixing the guitar-sound aesthetics of clinical, “intelligent” black metal (the kind of late 90s Satyricon, album-era Thorns, etc – this legacy is also evident in the best riffs of this album) with some generic but beautiful-in-moments Swedish … Συνεχίστε να διαβάζετε Two From This Year’s Vault – part 2.
“From the homely house to the haunted house there is a single passage, where what is contained and safe is therefore secret, obscure, and inaccessible, dangerous, and full of terrors.” Δεν ξέρω πόσοι από εσάς έχετε νιώσει αυτή την διόλου ευχάριστη αίσθηση που συνοδεύει την ανακάλυψη ενός άρθρου που προλαβαίνει κάποιο δικό σου. Δηλαδή, έχοντας … Συνεχίστε να διαβάζετε Layers of Fear & Uncanny Space.
Cult Of Erinyes – Transcendence (Caverna Abismal Records) After a 3 year silence, Belgium's Cult Of Erinyes, responsible for the rather spectacular “Blessed Extinction,” return with the “Transcendence” EP, a 3 piece release, containing two original tracks, and one cover of Mayhem's “Pagan Fears,” clocking something less than 20 minutes. Graced with an amazing cover … Συνεχίστε να διαβάζετε Cult Of Erinyes – Transcendence (Caverna Abismal Records).
Part 1 Categories and Forms of Meta-thinking in cRPG's Meta-thinking, however subtle it may be, can be traced to several parts (in varying degrees of intensity) of a cRPG, some of which are mentioned and discussed below. This is definitely not an exhausting list of “all things meta-thinking,” but rather a quick glance upon the … Συνεχίστε να διαβάζετε Meta-thinking in cRPGs – part 2.