Category Archives: Reviews

XCOM 2 Thoughts

I’ve been swimming in an endless ocean of XCOM 2 lately, but I finally decided to come up for some air and write down my thoughts.  When I first installed it, the frame rate was awful, even with the graphics … Continue reading

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Metroid Primes

As I mentioned a while ago, I got the Metroid Prime Trilogy and since then, I’ve played through the various Metroid Primes, and I just wanted to share some of my thoughts on them. Metroid Prime was the only one … Continue reading

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On the Beach

On the Beach is a film from 1959 that takes place after a nuclear war has devastated and rendered uninhabitable the entire world, except for Australia, which managed to survive the nuclear holocaust by being too unimportant to bother nuking.  Even … Continue reading

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Death Parade

I just finished watching the anime Death Parade, and it’s definitely one of my favorites.  When I first heard about it, I didn’t know much about it, but I read that it had an interesting OP, so I checked it … Continue reading

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This War of Mine

I’ve heard good things about This War of Mine, so I decided to pick it up during the Steam Summer Sale, and I absolutely love it! The game takes place in Pogoren, the besieged capital of Graznavia.  The country is embroiled … Continue reading

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Mad Max: Fury Road

I finally got around to seeing Mad Max: Fury Road this weekend, and I absolutely loved it!  It’s probably the best film I’ve seen this year, and unless Spectre or Star Wars are absolutely amazing, I’m pretty sure it’ll keep that title.  I … Continue reading

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Lupin the Third: Daisuke Jigen’s Gravestone

I recently watched Lupin the Third: Daisuke Jigen’s Gravestone, a spin-off of Lupin III: The Woman Called Fujiko Mine, which shares its gorgeous artwork.  I thought it was absolutely incredible.  I think one of my favorite things about it, and what I … Continue reading

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