Monthly Archives: November 2011


Deus Treks Part Four 3

This marks the fourth installment of our podcast wherein Bill Coberly, Matt Schanuel, and Jarrod Hammond play through the original Deus Ex and discuss their experiences.  The first installment can be found here, the second, here, and the third, here. Podcast Powered By Podbean Have you been playing through Deus Ex recently?  Have any thoughts raised by this discussion you would like to share?  Comment below or e-mail us at ontologicalgeek@gmail.com. Thanks for listening!


I’m Batman 2

As I mentioned in the most recent Deus Treks, I just finished playing Arkham Asylum for the first time, and, to my great surprise, I think it has helped me to fall back in love with video games. Axiom VII of the Fundamental Axioms I came up with when I first started this blog (axioms which could probably do for some revision right about now) states that “If your writing is bad, I don’t care how fun your mechanics are.”  This, I find, is one of the defining factors of how I look at video games.  A game with bad […]


Deus Treks Part Three

Hello, all! This marks the third installment of our podcast wherein Bill Coberly, Matt Schanuel, and Jarrod Hammond play through the original Deus Ex and discuss their experiences.  The first installment can be found here, and the second,here. Your browser does not support the audio element. Podcast Powered By Podbean The article wherein Matt talks about “masking systems” can be found here. Have you been playing through Deus Ex recently?  Have any thoughts raised by this discussion you would like to share?  Comment below or e-mail us at ontologicalgeek@gmail.com. Thanks for listening!