Monday, September 9, 2013

Link roundup

1.  From a detailed look at what Aaron Rodgers does between plays:
Rodgers' first experience with helmet electronics was a dud. The offensive coordinator for his eighth-grade team illegally wired Rodgers' helmet through which the coach called every play. 
The foundation of the Packers' huddle is the five offensive linemen standing parallel to the line with their backs to the defense and facing Rodgers. That leaves the five skill-position players to fill the ends of the oval between the tackles and Rodgers. 
Rodgers insists on having three of those players on his right and two on his left.
2.  Good collection of Joey Tribbiani jokes.

3.  RPS reviews Amnesia: A Machine for Pigs:
this is a marvellous, revolting, disturbing sequel to Dark Descent. I am certain that it will be loved and feared. It coils atmosphere around the player, and the central metaphor of the pigs is one that you will be repulsed to explore. Its aim was to create horror. And from the moment I exited the mansion and began to find my way into the dark interior of the game, I knew they’d succeeded.
This is from Kotaku's review: