Weekly Update

Improvised Incoherence – This week, I released two episodes of Improvised Incoherence. For a moment, I wasn’t sure if I was going to get them out this week because I got addicted to Final Fantasy XV on Friday. Fortunately, on Saturday, I said to myself, “Nah, I got this.” Then, I video edited for a day and a half. Now I can be addicted to FFXV… Well, not really. Next week, I need to video edit Speech Therapy.

Final Fantasy – Yes, Final Fantasy XV arrived this week! I’m still getting used to the setting. Part of me wants to say, “Get all these white people out of my JRPG!” but then, I wonder how many characters in any Final Fantasy are overtly Japanese. Why does the apparent mix of races suddenly bother me so much in FFXV? Is it the English voice acting with all the stereotypical accents? Is it the art style? Is it the attention to photorealism? Is it that Noctis looks so Japanese compared to everyone else, including his own father? Maybe. Why didn’t I have this problem with Final Fantasy XIII? I’m still trying to figure out who Noctis is as well, but I’m not very far into the game. Perhaps I’ll figure out what’s going on with more time. I will admit that it is fun, especially considering that it’s messing with my productivity. I also continued harassing YouTubers about Advent Children and found some Final Fantasy forums I want to poke around in next week.

My Eliza – This week, my short story My Eliza went through Critters.org. The response so far has been… interesting. Reviewers are about split half and half as to whether they related to the protagonist. They are also split half and half as to whether they liked the characters’ Russian accents written out. Most had some comment about wanting more details about the setting. Half of that I can understand and fix, but the other half is due to me classifying this story as science fiction, which it isn’t. I don’t know what it is really. A comedy for introverts? Besides that, reviewers tended to criticize different things from one another, which could mean that nothing is wrong with the story, something’s wrong but no one can identify what, or everything’s wrong. I’ll definitely be changing some things, but perhaps I’ve written an enigma that readers will either love or hate. O.o

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