- February marks, among many things, a five year anniversary of Crusader Kings 2, Paradox’s impressive and human medieval grand strategy. Adam Smith of Rock, Paper, Shotgun celebrates the occasion by discussing the game’s Monty Python and Chaucer-inspired humour.
- More misogyny and violence from Patriarchal Poster Boy of R&B, Chris Brown, who is being accused of threatening to kill yet another ex. The Daily Beast has had enough of this bullshit, and discusses how the music industry needs to stop looking the other way.
For today's musical hit, we have Missy Elliott and "Work It"
Today's critical rolls: In the grand scheme of the fast moving video game industry, five years is pretty old. What other "old" (older than five years) games do you think have aged well and still continue to be worthy of playing even today?
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