The Other Amazon

April 16, 2021 Brian Niemeier 0

Original Diablo developer Mark Kern calls out Blizzard’s woke revisionism in Diablo II: Resurrected. Mark is better qualified to take Blizzard to task than most, being a pre-Ground Zero game dev from the days when […]


Combat Frame Exceeds 10K

April 15, 2021 Brian Niemeier 0

It is both gratifying and humbling to announce that the Indiegogo campaign for Combat Frame XSeed: SS has crossed the $10,000 mark. This record-shattering crowdfunder already took the top spot as our highest and fastest-funding […]


The Disney Hole

April 14, 2021 Brian Niemeier 0

Spend any amount of time studying history, and you’ll soon find it rarely follows a straight path. The past takes all kinds of twists, turns, and switchbacks from one event to the next.  This phenomenon […]


The Washington Generals

April 13, 2021 Brian Niemeier 0

Frequent readers of this blog know I’ve dedicated a number of posts to exposing the faults inherent in Liberalism.  I don’t mean “liberal” as in the rhetorical shorthand invoked by the Washington Generals to mock […]


eBook Zombie Memes Won’t Die

April 12, 2021 Brian Niemeier 0

If recent events have taught us anything, it’s that we can’t trust experts or establishment media. Independent journalists and internal whistleblowers caught Google manipulating search results around the 2016 election. More than one online consumer […]


Secession from Megacorps?

April 9, 2021 Brian Niemeier 0

As the United States descends further toward becoming a banana republic, support for secession from the union reaches new highs.  Monied interests obsessed with important unlimited peasant labor and unending war abroad have seized total […]


MS Gundam: 0083

April 8, 2021 Brian Niemeier 0

With innovation and originality in legacy entertainment now relegated to the past, I’ve been getting my fix from pre-Cultural Ground Zero properties.  The best part of revisiting the classics is sharing hidden gems with friends who’d […]


Perpetual Revolution

April 7, 2021 Brian Niemeier 0

The Death Cult’s sole means of interacting with society consists of plunging it into a state of perpetual revolution. That’s why the Cult is incapable of building. It only ever parasitize existing institutions.  Meanwhile, their […]


Gaming Ground Zero

April 7, 2021 Brian Niemeier 0

In which author David V. Stewart takes the Cultural Ground Zero ball and advances it ten years down the field: Maybe you’ve heard of cultural ground zero: 1997. Now let’s talk games, because unlike other […]



April 5, 2021 Brian Niemeier 0

These decades later, 1995’s Chrono Trigger stands as the capstone of the 2D JRPG genre. You could argue that Final Fantasy VI, released the year prior, is the better game on aesthetic or technical grounds. […]