Summary:Hi, my name is Denis Farr. I originally started this blog over at Blogger in July 2008. I tend to write a lot about videogames, and have made various rounds of the web. Was formerly a staff writer for both GayGamer and The Border House, but am currently freelance. This blog serves to explicate my thoughts on any number of issues, not solely focused on videogames anymore (though they still make up the majority).
If you have any direct questions, please feel free to e-mail me at vorpalbunnyranch AT gmail DOT com, or find me on Twitter @aeazel.
Tag Archives: BioWare
As a child, I was deemed a born diplomat. The easiest anecdote to relate was when my parents would ask whom I loved more, and I would respond both, giving a compliment to each. As is often the case with … Continue reading
Potential spoilers: Dragon Age, The Witcher. Despite donning a different role in the various games I play, I find that when faced with the option of subjugating someone, or siding with those who hold systemic power, I always pause. Recently … Continue reading
Doesn’t really exist, does it? Due to the romantic systems in place, the simple fact of polyamory almost always seems to be shut out, as you pursue the tree branch to get to the end of the romantic storyline with … Continue reading
Recently I read all three Mass Effect novels released thus far. I will likely review them more in-depth somewhere else, but what I found interesting was how it gave further insight into the world BioWare has built, specifically: Captain Anderson, … Continue reading
Spoilers: Dragon Age 2 and Mass Effect 2: Arrival. BioWare has become known for the choices it presents its players. Are you going to be a Jedi or Sith? Open Palm or Closed Fist? Paragon or Renegade? However, with Dragon … Continue reading
Spoilers: Dragon Age 2. The world view the writers of Dragon Age espouse is quite fatalistic. In their world, power does beget responsibility, and people normally manage to abuse it. Kings, queens, humans, elves, Qunari, Andraste, etc. It’s all a … Continue reading