I need to post here more frequently, I know. But it seems someone has pulled a god from my machine, and I need to spend some time engrossed in theology.
I’ve decided I want to be a cyborg when I grow up.
Edit: No, this post isn’t about Xenogears. But just for old times’ sake:
8 thoughts on “Latin reference”
I recommend Karl Barth or Dietrich Bonhoeffer.
This is either the weirdest post from Jeremy in GameSpite history or a thinly veiled reference to an upcoming Xenogears episode of Retronauts.
Either way, I am happy.
Oh, wait, the new Deus Ex game is out soon. Duh.
Ha, no, most likely the new Deus Ex.
I can’t think of anyone better to review Human Revolution, Jeremy.
Even if you didn’t ask for this…
You know, it’s stupid but, I’ve always thought that the phrase was Greek because it’s referring to a Greek construct.
Deus is Latin, theos is Greek, and ex is a Latin preposition or particle or whatever. I think? It’s been about 20 years since I took Latin, so I’m pretty rusty.
I wouldn’t recommend being a cyborg. You’re gonna get sweet robot arms and everything, but then some guy’s gonna come along with superior, more discreet nanomachine augmentations, and then you’re just gonna be a Laputan machine.
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