Cannonball Read 6 is up and running. This is Pajiba’s annual readathon to support the fight against cancer. It originated when beloved Pajiba member AlabamaPink was diagnosed with cancer and is now a huge charity event in her memory.
My first review is up. It’s The Waking that Kills by Stephen Gregory, aka the best novel of 2013.
Of Swifts and Gin: A CBR6 Review
Finally, a ranked list for The Sketchys. There are ranked and unranked categories depending on what makes sense to me. Ranking games makes sense; ranking comics this year didn’t.
2013 was a fantastic year for gaming. It really was. A few noteworthy titles that fall short of my list for various reasons include The Last of Us (great if your eyes are capable of seeing where to go in darkened FPS-level design), Long Live the Queen (frustrating but engaging interactive micromanaging visual novel), Luigi’s Mansion (like the GameCube version, only prettier), Rogue Legacy (best played with a controller even though it was programmed for PC), and Antichamber (the mind-bending maze game with less replay value from 2013).
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