Who is Herobrine? Well, it’s complicated. You see, there is no such character as Herobrine. He was never in the game.
We’re returning to our hometown after two years of being away. We're preparing to rediscover things with new eyes.
I want to take this time of relative respite to reemphasize what Normal Happenings is all about. I'll call it a renewal of vows, if you will, perhaps because I've recently been concerned I'm reaching a bit too far outside of my writing core.
We still believe in curses, even if it's the constant negativity of time. That's not how it's supposed to be.
We become pedestrians of our own lives, just trying to get from point to point -- with nothing to do but look at the destination ahead of us and hold our breath.
On February 26, 2019, we will be doing the first annual Normal Happenings Blog Awards!
We deserve to be happy. With the overwhelming effort we put into our accomplishments, we can and will build a future better than the ones depicted in the pessimistic media we love so much.
It’s a story about how the young boy known as myself, learned that attention to detail is key in games like Super Metroid. That scanning every nook and cranny or rooms and maps is needed to move forward.
Eight years later I somehow found myself in a tiny dorm room with an amazing bunch of like-minded people. It's absolutely incredible how at university you can meet people from all backgrounds and still have so much in common. All of us were studying either Physics or Chemistry. All eighteen. All vociferous nerds... And all of us were hooked on StarCraft.
Even after streaming and playing, The Sims 4 is letting me express my creativity. When I feel like I don’t have any creativity in me, I find myself going on The Sims and building houses and creating families. So thank you Sims 4, for being the best game I could have asked for. You are there for me when no one else is.