Google Analytics has finally turned into something really accessible! Which makes the December wrap-up even more easier! A brutally short overview on the top 10 posts you guys found the most interesting. Which sort of doesn’t really coincide with what you could have found interesting. Anyways. Here’s the list.
The pros and cons of Deus Ex: Human Revolution: My balanced pro/con review about the most-expected cyberpunk title of the year. Its soundtrack by Michael McCann is one of the best music releases this year but I had a lot of issues with the game itself. People nodded sadly after reading the review and fanboys went nuts on it.
Interactive Talking Plush Portal Turret: And although I fell in love with Skyrim (who hasn’t?), Portal 2 was, how was that on Twitter?, the best SF novel of the year. I didn’t understand this before playing. I truly get it now. And here’s an almost collectible piece for you fangirls and fanboys.
Deus Ex: Human Revolution – Cyberpunk Making a Comeback in 2011: Well, it made a comeback and it was quite disappointing. What worries me (haha, another first world problem) is that the Syndicate franchise makes a similar comeback that sounds genuinely mediocre (with Richard K Morgan’s addition to the production team as scriptwriter being the only rope that could save the whole thing)
♫ Kanon Wakeshima – Lolitawork Libretto: Coming straight from Shinshoku Fever’s Jitta (HBD young lady, while we’re at it!), this has gotten to be quite the kink-ridden lolita tune for 2011. Apparently.