Since it was released several months ago, I have sunk a good many hours of my precious and fleeting life into the Goliath that is Red Dead Redemption II. It is a true landmark in video game history, and for quite a while seemed to be an unstoppable cultural phenomenon. And it was natural that it would be so very successful, after years of Rockstar Games abusing their employees and probably breaking many labor laws, in the pursuit of carefully animated shitting horse assholes.
I will preface this by saying I originally wrote this short piece on March 27, 2018. Nearly a full year ago, on a website that never got finished. Please enjoy, and thank you very much for your patience. Put It on My Bill will resume soon, and will never, ever be over. I promise you that. In AAA blockbuster game of the year 2006, The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion, you can find, at the very corner of the expansive map, an enchanted glass helmet called "Fin Gleam" that grants the