Wind whistling through the wasteland

Things are a little quiet around these parts right now, with various Arcadian Rhythms members preoccupied with other projects or demands on their time. My excuse may be the worst: I’m playing New Vegas again. The DLC this time. Does this undermine this piece I wrote about Skyrim? Well, maybe I’ll write something about that.

We do, however, have exciting things on the way. AJ, Dylan and myself have been recording some more material for further podcasts, and are in the process of editing those. They’ll appear on here and our iTunes feed as soon as we can get them ready. There are also a bunch more articles on the way, including a continuation of my Goblin Camp diary (at last), something in which I blather on about colonialism, and something else in which I nerd out about a bunch of science fiction bullshit. It’s gonna be fun!

In the meantime, if you can’t get by without an Arcadian Rhythms fix, head on over to Electron Dance and check out Seven People, One Podcast. AJ and I both contribute lengthy spiels left over from the Cat’s Away Chronicles. I say “er” a lot and try to make a point about how the comparison between indie games and punk rock is often a very poor one. AJ extols his love for Dark Souls and talks about how the controversy around Mass Effect 3‘s ending should have had nothing on it. Once you’ve listened to that, add the site to your RSS feeds: HarbourMaster is still regularly publishing fascinating content. Get it in your eyes.

And finally, check out this awesome multitool my girlfriend bought me: 


Ain’t that adorable?

See you again soon.