Not really. I find music criticism to be much too aggrivating. Also, people tend to be especially pompous when it comes to music. Many forum threads would devolve into arguments about how there is no good music anymore and how hipsters and their skinny jeans are destroying the world (which they may well be, by the way).
Given your fondness for the blues, I can heartily recommend the following album: Safe As Milk. I picked it up on impulse recently after finding out Captain Beefheart was Matt Groening's favourite musician. I haven't yet progressed through his discography, which I'm given to believe becomes incredibly esoteric and strange, but I certainly plan on doing so. This is probably one of the more immediately enjoyable tracks on the album.
Additionally, I'd like to say that though I do not always comment on your blogs, I do always read them. I know it must be irritating to perceive a lack of appreciation from your readership.
Far Cry 2 has some very strange voice acting. I wouldn't exactly call it bad, but I do remember being rather baffled by it. Everyone seemed to be speaking very quickly. Although maybe I'm misremembering; it was a while ago that I played it.
Anyway, you have an interesting perspective on it. The game never affected me emotionally. I guess it just depends on the approach you take.
Nice work. I feel ill whenever I play Half Life on the PC. Not because of some intense hatred of the game or anything, it just gives me motion sickness. I've made a number of attempts at playing it, only to give up each time. I eventually watched a speed-run on youtube.