I never enjoyed picking up a hardback of a big event, then feeling like I was missing half the story because 6 other comics intersected with it. Unfortunately, it seems that’s where the MCU is headed.
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From the off, Outward makes it clear that it won’t be one of your more typical Western RPGs. If you don’t pay the above fine to your village on time, or obtain another way of being let off, you lose access to all the amenities the village provides. You don’t start with much gear, so going out into the world to explore almost guarantees you’ll get your behind handed to you by the various enemies.
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Things are always going to be lost in the process of adapting work from one medium to another, and such a complex book as Dune is no exception: How do you condense hundreds of pages of rich prose, world-building, politicking and inner monologues into something comprehensible and enjoyable for movie-goers?
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Much like Rare’s Sea of Thieves, which I wrote about last year, No Man’s Sky has clearly been a labour of love for the studio behind it and Hello Games have redeemed themselves in many people’s eyes.
I picked the game up during 2020’s lockdown and played for a few months in both single-player and multiplayer. After close to a year’s break, and with the arrival of the new Frontiers update I decided to reinstall the game to have a look…
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Hello, dear readers! Been a while, hasn’t it? My sincerest apologies for not writing one of these for about 6 or 7 months; my summer was spent in aimless relaxation, September bought on the intense start to my second year of university, and the last month or two have been tumultuous for all sorts of […]
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Happy New Year, dear readers! After a relaxing Christmas/ New Year break and a stressful few weeks of coursework and an essay, I am back to university and my blog. Lectures and my evening class only resumed this week so I don’t yet have the inspiration for any writing posts: hopefully they will resume soon […]
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I will try to keep this review spoiler free for Avengers: Age of Ultron. However, if you haven’t seen it – what are you playing at? Get out there and see it, it’s great fun! However, this film made me a tiny bit worried about the future Marvel films, all due to one reason/ word: Set […]
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2015 is set to be a big year for films. Sequel, prequels, remakes of classic Disney fairy tales – plenty of people will be going to the cinema this year, all varieties for all kinds of films. But it might end up being a great year for sci-fi in particular, if the first couple of […]
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Please note: No spoilers for Interstellar will follow, but having seen the film will help! I am going to start this by saying Interstellar is a fantastic film. Visually beautiful, a perfect blend of top-notch CGI and practical effects, great performances and surprisingly emotional. It’s a technical marvel and if you still haven’t seen it, […]
Read more "Interstellar, and the Pros & Cons of Hype"