Prepare for the era of the Red Riot! A hero with little screentime in the past is getting his chance to make a name for himself as a hero. Join Karandi and I as we talk about what we liked about his debut, what we thought was underwhelming, and whether the future is bright for the series. Also noteworthy: Is Fat Gum’s quirk just an excuse to eat a lot? And do I have it? This and more with the latest round of the Visualist x100!!!! roundtable! Continue reading “Visualist x100!!!! – My Hero Academia Season Four: Episode Five”→
Here’s the link for all you impatient whippersnappers! Karandi and I discuss the fourth episode of the fourth season of Boku no Hero Academia! I literally cannot contain my excitement!!! Plus ultra!!!!! This time for real!!!!!!!!!!!!
The third episode is upon us, and with it even more of the action-packed, character-inspired, heart-racing moments that have—okay, I won’t hype it any further. The fourth season is still trying to find its groove—Karandi and I are still trying to find our patience for it. A return to form remains to be seen, but for more details, our thoughts on the third episode: Continue reading “Visualist x100!!!! – My Hero Academia Season Four: Episode Three”→
The new season is finally here! Everyone prepare yourself for non-stop thrills, chills, and the emotional embodiment of heroism at heart! There is nothing more impactful than the power of friendship and exclamation points!!!! That is why Karandi and I have teamed up once again to bring you the deep dish on what every episode of Boku no Hero Academia has to offer! Strap on your seat belts and prepare to be disappointed!!!! Continue reading “Visualist x100!!!! – My Hero Academia Season Four: Episode One”→
I like space. This can mean two things: I like outer space, a popular setting in sci-fi cinema which represents the great unknown, and I like the figurative term “space,” in that I prefer to be alone. Growing into the person I am now, I’ve learned that my desire for solitude has become more selective—I prefer to be away from crowds of strangers, but fully enjoy being around loved ones. This is the difference between me and the star of Ad Astra, Roy McBride, who was raised in a chasm of solitude away from the man who molded him: his father and legendary astronaut, Clifford McBride. Continue reading “Ad Astra Review”→
Sometimes, there are things you wish to review, but the expectations set by the topic itself make it difficult to reciprocate equal treatment. There have been plenty of games in the past that I’ve come to cherish, games that showed that luscious glimmer of spirit I saw prior to experiencing it. As a reviewer, these are the things I write for, in order to experience that same enthusiasm and passion for the creative process. It can be rare, for a chap as cynical as I, to let that feeling override the mental process. You don’t think about how much something means to you after the fact—you just know. Continue reading “Iconoclasts Review”→
Maybe this review will be a a thousand words. Maybe it will be ten-thousand. I don’t know. I’m going in relatively blind. The ambition is present and why let this chance slip away? I finished the game for the fourth(?) time in my life; with it, I think I can finally settle my true feelings for it once and for all. This may either be revolutionary or a mess lying in wait. Hopefully, it’ll be both and more. Continue reading “Sonic Adventure DX: Director’s Cut Review”→