So, Shiny Entertainment was the company that made the very weird, very trippy Matrix game, Path of Neo. Then it merged with The Collective to make Double Helix Games, which still mostly did licensed games, and did the new Killer Instinct tile. Then Amazon bought it (which I’m personally still not happy about). So, thusly, in a round about way, Amazon made a Matrix video game.
I’m starting to realize that I am going to realize the pain that my mother feels as a Mets fan translated to my RBNY fandom. I said it to someone deciding who to support in MLS, and it’s finally hitting me. Right now, RBNY is the team everyone hates on, but given the hubbub around NYCFC, they’ll fade off and be the team that never really challenges. I hope that’s not the case, but I’ll take less abuse that way.
Big Bananas! Big Big Bananas!
Continuity is always a challenge in a thirty-year-old franchise, but as long as people stay sensible about it, recognize the constraints and that it won’t ever be perfect, and treat it as fiction and not a religion, then we can all have fun. When the continuity matters more than the stories and themes, the saga will be over.
This is mostly for my personal usage, but if you wish to, keep an eye here for a list of the vehicle manufacturers supporting these standards.
Abarth, Alfa Romero, Audi, Chevrolet, Chrysler, Dodge, Fiat, Ford, Honda, Hyundai, Jeep, Kia, Mazda, Mitsubishi, Nissan, Opal, Ram Trucks, Subaru, Suzuki, Volvo
BMW, Citroën, Citroën DS, Ferrari, Jaguar, Land Rover, Mercedes-Benz, Peugeot, Toyota
Acura, Bentley, Infiniti, Maserati, Renault, SEAT, Škoda, Volkswagen
As a heads up, the man who NYRB supporters know as Captain Clutch, Socceroo Tim Cahill was nominated for Best MLS Player for the ESPYS. Go vote for him here.
My first Doctor happened to be Paul McGann. My generation falls into the Doctor Who-less gap, and when I was in elementary school, I caught a rerun of the 8th Doctor’s movie. Of course, at the time, it gave me the heebie-jeebies. But it did cause me to come back later, and to see the 8th Doctor again in “Night of the Doctor” gave me a warm, fuzzy feeling.