On My Last Post

A few days ago, I put up an odd post. It was titled “Final Fantasy Review”, and the text said “It Roxors!!!” That post was a sample post that I created during my Media, Interactivity, and Genre lecture last week to show my group how to create a wordpress blog. Part of the course evaluation includes reading responses posted on a digital platform, and it would be unfair to ask them to do something (post a blog) without showing them how to do it.

Since that post was called “Final Fantasy Review”, I suppose I am now obliged to do a review of Final Fantasy. I’ll have it up sometime this week,


About Quijano

Johansen Quijano is a professor of English in The University of Texas at Arlington, where he is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in English. He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in the Teaching of English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL), a Master’s Degree in Curriculum and Development focusing on TESOL, and a Master’s Degree in English Literature. He has published and presented on a variety of topics including video game studies, popular culture studies, education, teaching methodology, language acquisition, romantic poetry, and victorian literature. His research interests include the above-mentioned topics, narrative, interactivity, simulation, new media in general, and 18th century literature. He also enjoys creative writing (fiction, historical fiction, and poetry), and reading all kinds of epic literary works - from the Epic Poem of Gilgamesh to Robert Jordan’s Wheel of Time series.

Posted on February 11, 2013, in Video Game Commentary. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. “It Roxors!!!” was concise.

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