FRONTIER POP: Frontier Pop Issue 49 - Off The Wagon: Videogame Industry Special - January 2013
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010313-0900 - Passinault:
Getting Frontier Pop back on track, and resuming regular monthly
publication of issues, as well as work on past issues and work on
new past issues to make our issue numbers and volumes complete.
New past issues will be more subject based, and will retroactively
be published, much like I will be doing with reviews of film festivals
of the past on Tampa Bay Film for coverage continuity (those reviews,
especially ones which I did not physically attend, will have disclaimers
noting this so that the readers are not misled in any way). 2013
will also see major upgrades and overhauls to Frontier Pop, as well
as the launch of new features such as our podcast series (I am getting
a Yeti microphone for my podcasts and DJ work, such as my GEN 5
releases as DJ Frontier). In a few months, few will remember that
there were ever gaps in out publishing history, as the past issues
will be published and updated, as will close the gap, and new issues
will be published and updated regularly. As new issues are published,
Frontier Pop will tackle more current events, and will address them.
011513-0850 - Passinault:
Finishing up this issue of Frontier Pop. Work on Independent
Modeling delayed the completion of this issue. Independent Modeling
is deployed, now, so I now have time. Will be spending the next
two weeks working on by Aurora PhotoArts web sites, marketing, business
support, and related work. I already have the February issue of
Frontier Pop in the works, and it is going to be about love. Expect
lots of hearts, and those special ladies out there can be mine (I
miss being in school and getting those cool heart candies with messages
inscribed on them around this time of the year, as well as getting
cards from the girls)! Specifically, it will be about insecure people
whom define who they are as an individual by who they are involved
with, true love, false love, fanboys lusting over things that they
cannot have (“hot” chicks... Come on guys, you’re
pathetic!), and relationships in general. I do realize that this
will be weird territory for a pop culture and entertainment web
site, but I’ve always believed that this all ties in with
our social dynamics, so the social aspects of our lives will also
be covered. Also, it’s going to be Valentine’s day,
for crying out loud, and those of us who do have relationships have
much to celebrate and cherish! The only ones who I think will not
be able to related to the special love and relationships issue will
be the fanboys out there, although I believe that it can help in
an area of their lives where they are usually severely lacking in.
I hope to make fanboys less pathetic, and, at least, help them to
pursue relationships with the opposite sex. I also hope to let a
fangirl out there to know that she can find love again, once she
stops kissing the asses of the fanboys. Everything will be alright!
I may not love the fanboys, but someone might once they get some
direction and balance in their lives. I do love the fact, and the
overwhelming perception, that a pop culture hate site that used
to be filled with bitchy insecure fanboys (only a tiny few remain)
has fallen on their fat ass, and other than a few good, but sporadically
published podcasts (and I still think that they got the idea when
Frontier Pop announced that we have a podcast coming), it’s
nowhere near as good as it used to be.
011513-1000 - Passinault:
In “researching” this article, I wanted to tap in
on how I felt back in the golden age of arcades, and played several
classic games, mainly Namco ones, which included Pac Man, Galaxian,
and, my favorite shoot-em-up of all time, Galaga. I just scored
85,710 on Galaga and made it to
stage 12 playing it on my Namco Museum DS cartridge
with my Nintendo 3DS XL (see if you can beat this
score!). I also played Galaga on my Pac Man and Galaga Dimensions
game for the 3DS with my 3DS XL, because that cart has online leader
boards as well has the awesome Galaga Legions (a
good shooter, but not as good as the original Galaga, IMO. This
said, I am still learning to play this game) and Pac Man
Championship Edition (a superior sequel to the original
Pac Man, made recently, and a perfect example of a “retro
evolved” old-school game made with modern, and new,
concepts). I have issues with the 3DS version of Galaga
because it does not fill the screen like the version on the Namco
Museum DS cart, it forces 3D on you (you have to turn it
off, because it does not look right), and there are not as many
games on the cart as what you get on the Namco Museum DS cart, which
also includes the incredible Pac Man VS. If you
have a 3DS, get Namco Museum DS to play Galaga (and other cool Namco
arcade classics), even though you lose the online leader boards,
because on the 3DS XL it fills the screen, and, as a result, it
is a superior experience (anything less is an insult to the greatness
which is Galaga! This said........ I just examined both copies closely,
and arcade purists may wish to note that the aspect ratio of the
screen of the 3DS game is the one, in fact, which is arcade-perfect,
which explains why it does not fill the screen. It also gives you
fewer ships to start out with, which is also faithful to the arcade.
Something tells me that, with the smaller ships and longer screen,
that the 3DS version would be more difficult; It would be interesting
to see if I could match, or top, my high score in this version,
AND if this version would grow on me and become my preferred version,
since it is faithful to the arcade version. I will have to compare
both copies to the actual arcade game on MAME for my final verdict).
The Namco Museum DS version is also cheaper; I recently saw it in
Walmart for $15.00 brand-new, and was not surprised to see it sell
quickly. I do need to get several more copies because of Pac Man
DS, as my friends and I can play it via local wireless multiplayer
using the variety of mint-condition DS systems that I have in my
collection (I have 2 original Nintendo DS’s, a DS Lite, a
3DS, and a 3DS XL, making 5 in all, which is enough for a full multiplayer
game of Pac Man VS, with 3 players playing as the ghosts, and 1
player playing as Pac Man). I played Pac Man VS at a New Years eve
party on December 31, 2007 with my three original DS systems with
some friends, and we all had a blast. I handed another friend one
of my Playstation Portable systems (my original
“fat” 1000) with Castlevania: The Dracula X
Chronicles (If you have a PSP, GET
THIS GAME! You can get it for $10.00, used, at the time
of this writing, and I know for a fact that the R.U. Game store
at the Westfield Brandon Mall has a copy), and he was brought to
tears by how difficult, but fun, that game was, and is (my friend
Eric played it on my “fat” PSP on Christmas day 2012
after a family dinner, and he loved it, too).
011613-0814 - Passinault: I am very happy to report that, after comparing the DS and the 3DS versions of Galaga to the actual arcade game on MAME (Multi Arcade Machine Emulator for those of you who are not well-versed in emu-speak, and are not into the emulation scene), that the Namco Museum DS version is arcade-accurate, and the stretched screen on the 3DS version is not. This makes me really happy, because the DS version fills the screen, you can better see what is going on, and the DS version is a joy to play. Remember, DS and 3DS owners- Namco Museum DS is available, brand-new, at Walmart for $15.00, about half of the price of the inferior 3DS "Dimensions" version. It is well-worth losing the online leader boards over, although it does save high scores and your initials, so it really does not matter when it comes to losing the leader board! This issue was really bugging me, so it's great to put it to rest. This said, if you are a Pac Man fan who still has the fever (and you should, as Pac Man is a great game; just ask Billy Mitchell. Ms. Pac Man is even better, though), picking up the 3DS version, as well, is worth it for Pac Man Championship Edition, as well as Galaga Legions; just don't pick up the 3DS version for the original Galaga. Regarding Namco Museum DS, I need to to track down 3 more copies, totaling $45.00, for a complete set so that my friends and I can play a proper game of Pac Man VS. Ah...... Greenwood would be proud.... That is, if we still talked anymore. I miss my ex-best friend and cousin.
011613-0910 - Passinault: A few hours delay. I need to go back and finish Frontier Pop Issue 39: Game Over? and Issue 33: Video Game Emulation, because they tie into this issue, AND I do not want to write the same things twice in more than one issue; overlap is good, but redundancy has to be minimized- I don't want to be that guy who tells the same stories over and over again. Both issues are excellent, and the one about emulation is one of my favorites. I also need to clean up the links on all of the back issues.
011913-0800 - Passinault:
Spent too much time playing video games and going over notes,
for “research” purposes, of course, the past two days
for this issue of Frontier Pop. Finishing it, now.
013113-0919 - Passinault:
Finishing up this issue, the January 2013 issue, of Frontier
Pop at the end of the month. My apologies, as I have a lot going
on, and issues will be published at the beginning of the month from
now on. I’ll have this one finished on the morning of February
1, and should have the February issue up on the morning on February
2, at which time I will tell the readers to take the time to read
this issue, too, and promote a link linking to it in the in-play
archives, which is will be moved to once the February issue is up.
The February issue will be about true love, of course, and I have
big plans for the March 2013 issue, which will be about the end
of the world. Really! In the March issue, I will go through the
many ways that it could all end for the human race, along with my
opinion, and it should prove to be especially interesting for germiphobes
and hypochondriacs, as well as armchair economists, green people
(save the world? Too little, too late, IMO! Enjoy what we have while
we have it, and do your own thing, as life is too short! When we
run out of oil, peeps, which may be sooner than you think, it will
lead to economic collapse, war, famine, and all the wonderful experiences
of the four horseman, especially since the current world population
has to have oil and oil-supported food production to support it....
and people wonder why I am not enthusiastic about one day having
kids), nuclearophiles, and space cases (Star Trek? Not going to
happen at the rate that we are going, as we will not get that far.
Technology has already outgrown and outpaced social evolution, with
most of the idiotic fools in the world unable to use it properly;
technologically enabled mass-ignorance is fun!). The fanboys who
are obsessed with Zombies and horror have it all wrong, and have
no imagination, because reality is scarier than their fantasies
(I will have to make a film about it)! I’ll even have information
on my favorite end of the world movies, as well as reviews!
052513-0900 - Passinault:
This has been rough. This site has not been updated, as I have
been sidetracked with a very big project, and some issues, like
the February one, have been written, but I have not had time to
format and publish them. This one needs to be finished and archived,
ISSUE INTRODUCTION BY EDITOR AND PUBLISHER C. A. PASSINAULT
to the January 2013 issue of Frontier Pop, which is technically issue
49, and should get Frontier Pop back on track and publishing regularly.
I know that Frontier Pop literally only had two issues published in
2012 (I found one for February which had a completed cover, but which
had not even been started as far as writing), and Frontier Pop was
supposed to have a solid publication schedule for 2012, but something
happened with over 50 of my web sites in May which sidetracked me
for many months, and Frontier Pop was put on ice. When I tried to
resume publication in September, I inherited two top talent resource
sites, Florida Models and Florida Actors, which sidetracked me again,
as the sites needed a lot of work. So, now it is January 2013, and
now I’m getting back on track. Although this is, again, technically
issue 49, it’s not, yet, literally issue 49, so we will not
be celebrating our 50th issue next month. This will not always be
the case, as it is my goal that the issues will be literal by 2014.
SHALL WE PLAY A GAME?
Galaga: 85,710, Stage 12, on 01/15/13. Are you good enough to top my score?
- C. A. Passinault, regarding Galaga on Namco Museum DS for the Nintendo DS
It All Began In The Arcades
revealing my age, I was there. I was there when video games began.
I was there when Pong and Tank were the only games available to play.
I was there when Lunar Lander and Asteroids debuted with their revolutionary
vector graphics. I was there when the arcades had their golden age
in the early 1980's. That, of course, is where I became passionate
about games, and became a gamer. It was literally in my blood from
Video Gaming at Home
In 1981, I obtained a black and white computer with no sound. It was
a Timex Sinclair 1000, and had 2K of RAM. I later got the 16K memory
pack for it. I taught myself basic, but the was unable to load games
from the tape cassette deck that you had to use for storage because
the load jack was defective. So, I’d have to type in these long
programs, only to run out of memory, or not be able to save them.
That computer sucked, but it was educational. It had games for it,
too, but they were weak pixely clones of superior arcade games, with
no sound, which I could not play because I could not load the games
off of tape.
Street Fighter II Sparks A Second Golden Age In The Arcades
16 Bit Wars Of The Early 1990's
Playstation Changes The Game, And The Golden Age Of Home Video Gaming
N-Gage Tries To Add Video Games To Cell Phones
Steve Jobs The Tool And The iPhone Sets The Wrong Standard
Nintendo And Blue Ocean Expands, Then Fragments, The Market
Motion Controls And Touch Screens Dull Gameplay. Games Become Gimmicks.
Apps Cheapen Video Games. Video Games Become Disposable Entertainment To The Average Person.
Forced Firmware Updates, Patches, and DLC Makes Games Buggy And Sloppy
Cookie Cutter Franchises From Big Studios Limit Creativity
Out Of Control: Gameplay Emphasis Reduced As Developers Lose Touch About What Makes A Game A Game
Nintendo and Sony React To Smart Phones And Tablets, Falling Off The Wagon.
The Video Game Industry Is Almost Unrecognizable Today
The Second Coming Of Virtual Reality
Games Stay True
Artificial Life Revolutionizes Artificial Intelligence
Games Which Play Out Differently Every Play
Chris Passinault I will be writing a lot more about this in the July
2012 issue of Frontier Pop.
Chris Passinault http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Microsoft_PixelSense
Nyta Melisa likes this.
Chris Passinault I'm going to quit buying new games. I have my older
game consoles, my games, my emulators, and everything that I like.
These #$@#$ sell-out companies can all go out of business for all
that I care.
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Joeba The Butt - Posted 02/24/12: 2212
PASSINAULT! How dare you! You have crossed the line even more, now! You are a piece of S..T, you M.F.er! Next time I see you, I’m going to hit you in the face! Well, I don’t care what you write on this hate site! No one really reads it! You havent been able to destroy me before, and you wont be able to do it, ever! At least I make films and have been published! You only write about films and publish web sites that no one reads! You only slam the real filmmakers in Tampa Bay, and you are a joke and a sore on the indie film community!
Evil Nolan - Posted 09/21/10: 0852
is pure fantasy and far-out, make-believe speculation. Passinault
rewrites the facts about history to make himself look good. That “pop
culture site” that he keeps referring to was first in Tampa
Bay, and Frontier Pop, for whatever good that it does, did not exist
until 2010, and even then it was not published or updated regularly
(At least I finished my issues!). Nice to see that he thinks that
he is a time traveler now, and now states that Frontier Pop was around
in 1998. Passinault is not longer satisfied in thinking that he is
better than all of us. He is now telling people that he was first,
too. Film festivals are parties in 1988? Making independent films
with Tampa filmmakers in 1993? I’ve never heard about any of
this until now! Also, glad to see that you finally figure out how
to make a paragraph on your web site. I guess that it is so that you
can edit your fantasy-filled history better! Passinault SHOULD be
a writer, though, because he has one hell of an imagination, even
if it has no basis in reality. Ha ha!
Tez - Posted 09/21/10: 0815
He can’t beat the podcast, Nolan, so now he says that it is good! Whatever.... Nice way to admit to defeat. I would like to see Passinault make a podcast, if he can. I’ll listen to it just to laugh. It’s also funny that, despite announcing his so-called “podcast”, that he hasn’t done it yet. Like every one of his other projects in his long list of projects, it will always be “next year”. Ha ha! That’s brilliant.... He can announce things and take credit for doing them without actually doing them! Too bad he will not actually get anywhere going on like that, and no one will take him seriously! How long has he been working on his film festivals? 10 years? When will we ever see one? Oh, no, we will just keep reading about them! At least reading about what he is going to do (next year) is entertaining, and it gives us ideas!
Crazed Blog Grrl - Posted 09/21/10: 0823
NOT put me out of business! I am still blogging! I just have not had
the time lately because I have been dealing with personal issues.
What kind of MAN beats up on a woman online constantly? Passinault
is a bully! I am being persecuted!
Monica Stevens - Posted 07/20/10: 0803
meet kettle. We see right through you people and your defensive bitching
on here. The history on here is accurate, and not revisionist. You
people are just sore losers. Passinault has already stated, numerous
times, that Frontier Pop had its roots in Colony Alpha, which launched
in 1998, as well as his other web sites. Just because you people are
arrogant enough to assume that, just because you haven’t heard
of it, that it did not happen does not change the fact that it did
happen. You are all in denial, and are accusing Passinault, once again,
of what you are all guilty of. Everyone knows that Passinault did
not start this feud, and that he did not do anything wrong when you
all began discriminating against him and slandering him behind his
back, in an attempt to discredit him because you were afraid of competing
with him. That is so pathetic and unprofessional! When Passinault
stuck up for himself and fought back, you guys would not admit that
you were beat, and instead tried to say that he was crazy. Passinault
is right, and he still hasn’t done anything wrong, unlike the
rest of you neurotic, unethical, insecure, idiotic fools! No one respects
you people. Everyone knows the_truth!
Posted 07/20/10: 0803
Bill Lumbergh - Posted 11/24/11: 1124
Yeah. Right. What’s happening? I have been reading this site, and the ones who are in the wrong, IMO, are the fanboys who are sore losers and keep complaining about Passinault. Passinault is right. Yeah.........
General Zod - Posted 11/24/11: 1124
You insane fanboys are not worthy of kneeling before me, your lord Zod! You fanboys are idiots and the real losers. Passinault is the only one who can stand before me, as he is truly powerful. Now, everyone else can kneel before me and pledge their allegiance to me!
Stevie Beetle - Posted 11/23/10: 0915
Passinault is spending too much time sucking off his gay lovers. Speaking on behalf of the fanboy and pop culture community in Tampa Bay, he is a pretentious hate monger who attacks the real talent and the enthusiasts in the Tampa Bay area.
Michael - Posted 07/20/10: 1939
Who you calling gay, you fat beetle? I would know a gay person, and Passinault is not gay! Sounds to me like it is wishful thinking on your part, and that you are wishing that Passinault were gay for your own self-serving needs. Come out of the closet, fanboys! Woooooooo!
Changeling - Posted 09/21/10: 1019
Sounds like the fanboys cannot debate with Passinault, and have to resort to slander, accusing him of things that they cannot prove. Makes sense. The fanboys, which include Nolan and his friends, cannot compete with Passinault and are afraid of competing with him, so they try to assassinate his character with lies. I guess that slander is the new way of discriminating against someone and getting away with it. Except that Passinault did not allow you all to get away with the unethical tactics that you have used against people before, tactics of slander which you continue to use. He fought back, called you out for what you do, and made you accountable. Now, you are all sore losers, and someone with the integrity and the courage to fight back against you makes you all mad. All of your B.S. only proves that Passinault won, and continues to win.
Monica Stevens - Posted 07/20/10: 0803
Right? These fanboys are losers... Fat, balding losers. Now, I am
not superficial, like some models are, and I do not judge people based
upon their appearance. I give them a chance. It’s just that
I am really happy when these fat, balding losers lend credibility
to the stereotypes that their appearance inspires; they are exactly
as they are perceived when you first lay eyes upon them. Nolan smells
badly, too, in my opinion, and I laughed out loud when I read in the
history on Tampa Bay indie film that he has been wearing the same
shirt, without washing it, for years. Disgusting! Fanboy stench will
keep all of you from dating and getting a girl, or guy, I gather from
the thinly-veiled closet mentalities that you all have. I can’t
help but imagine the fanboys becoming the human centipede as they
all train each other in smelly passion, their heads bobbing in unison
for the few moments that they last. How fitting, literally!
Bill Lumbergh - Posted 11/24/11: 1124
Non - Posted 11/24/11: 1124
Kendrix - Posted 11/24/11: 1124
Passinault has been a great help and an inspiration for the real artists and professionals in the Tampa Bay area. He has our support. The so-called “fanboys” are idiots, in my opinion, as well as fools who need help and reject it when it comes along. They cannot succeed. If you look at all of the dedication and hard work that Passinault has done, he will succeed, and no one will be able to stop him. The fanboys need to know that using slander to attack someone’s credibility backfires, and it is a stupid tactic!
I am not fat! I am not! I’m going to put you in your place, Monica, do you hear me?!?! Your writhing skinny-ass model body will be in my clutches, soon, and I will make you pay for your silly words!
Monica Stevens - Posted 07/20/10: 0803
Keep dreaming, fat boy. Maybe you should try putting yourself in your place, if you can find it. You’re pathetic, you sleazy clown. Why does it seem that you are someone who tries to take things from people? Get laid from something who will consent to being with you, if you can find such a thing. Maybe then you will stop being so insecure and whiney.
Monica Stevens - Posted 07/20/10: 0803
we do not post real pictures does not mean that we are fake, muse
boy. Hey, weren’t you the one who failed with their web site?
Aren’t you the hyper, neurotic fanboy who claims one thing and
then does another? Anyway, I’m sure that Passinault is such
a good writer, and has such a powerful imagination, that all of his
friends are made-up. All of the models and talent that he hangs out
with, and is seen in public with, must be imaginary! All of the models
and talent in his photographs must be make-believe, too! Also, the
actresses that he referred to your indie film projects back in the
day, before he found out that you all were slandering him behind his
back, must be imaginary, too! Harmony and Sarah must be make-believe
characters that Passinault just made-up! For imaginary characters,
you all seemed to be eager to try to get them to help you with other
projects, and then were made when they refused to help you because
they found out that you fanboys were a bunch of fakes, and you slandered
Passinault. I wonder what you guys will do now that you have been
cut off from good actresses and models. Oh, that’s right, the
latest Chris Woods films already answered that. Those actresses are
disgusting, and they can’t act, either!
C. A. Passinault - Posted 11/23/10: 1020
not going to dignify the slander with a response. I’m sure that
all of the players on here, especially the angry fanboys, most of
whom are pissed off because I put their pop culture site out of business
with Frontier Pop, know the reality of the situation.
C. A. Passinault - Posted 11/23/10: 1020
If you say so, Carrie. Read my reviews on Tampa Bay Film, and your eyes will be opened. Right now, indie film in Tampa Bay sucks, IMO, and that is why no one respects, or likes, films which are made here. That is also why, IMO, indie film in Tampa Bay is not on the map, and unless some talented, professional people do something about it, it never will be. It is my opinion that current filmmakers are not good enough, or even that talented, and we need a new generation of indie filmmakers to make the Tampa Bay indie film scene happen.
C. A. Passinault - Posted 11/23/10: 1020
Passinault again? What is that supposed to imply? Again? I wasn’t
aware that there was a first time, that you can prove. Also, both
Harmony and Sarah are both quite real, unless you are now claiming
that you are so mentally weak that I convinced you that these actresses
were real (and it would not explain how they were captured on film,
either). You know that my friends, actresses, and models are real.
You also know that I have delivered on all of my promises, such as
referring you great, talented actresses. You are jut mad, now, that
you’ve been cut off from my actresses, and now you just want
to claiming that they were never real to begin with. Delusional much?
From your latest casting efforts, it is my opinion, as a casting director,
that you are now getting your talent from the bottom of the barrel,
and it is hurting your films. Your actors are hard on the eyes, and
they cannot act! Their lack of skill acting destroys the integrity
of your films? What, you cannot even get attractive women to act in
your films without me helping you? If you must cast actresses who
cannot act, at least get attractive ones. My actresses are all attractive,
and more importantly, they can all act! I think that you are just
made because the actress friends of mine whom you are aware of don’t
want to work with you (and they won’t if I don’t refer
them, although this should not be an issue, and you should not be
upset, if they are truly make-believe), and you will never work with
the ones whom you are not aware of. Those talented actresses will
be too busy working in my films, anyway, which will be worth working
on. Are your films worth working on, well, anymore? They used to be!
Not so much anymore, and that’s sad, because of all of the current
independent filmmakers in Tampa Bay, you actually have talent. It’s
too bad that your most recent films are sloppy and poor efforts.
C. A. Passinault - Posted 11/23/10: 1020
And now you know why one of the reasons that I am delaying my events
is because I need to take security precautions. I’m certainly
not paranoid, but with some of these people acting like psychos toward
me, and some cyberstalker calling himself the-truth “watching”
me, I need to be careful. I’m sure that the_truth is a pissed
off filmmaker who was angry that I called him out, and is trying to
intimidate me with some alter-ego which cannot be verified (I have
verified who this person was, of course, because they made the mistake
of going onto one of my web sites. I obtained their I.P. from the
logs, traced it back, and I know who they are. If they show at one
of my events, I will certainly have them removed, and trespassed,
if they persist. I could also get them for cyber stalking, I am sure).
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