Tuesday, August 11, 2020


Top 5 Things That I Loved About The 1990s.

My favorite thing that I absolutely loved about The 1990s was watching The OG Power Rangers on Saturday Mornings when I was a kid, etc.

60 Years of Sega: 5 Games You Must Play.

July 20, 2020 by  
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Once out, he finds that the world he knew was totally different and that the people he knew have also changed for the most part. The story escalates as Kazuma finds himself in the thick of the yakuza’s business and other intrigue. Like Shenmue, Yakuza was another game that was ahead of the curve. It featured the strong storytelling and attention to realism of Shenmue but modernized it heavily.

What Was Awesome About Konami’s Castlevania?

July 20, 2020 by  
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Another thing I loved was the music. The series always had awesome music and Konami usually had good composers on hand. Music plays a huge part in games but Castlevania is one of a few games I actually leave the music on. It really adds to the horror-fantasy theme going on here.

5 Superheroes Who Deserve Their Own Game.

Fifth verse, same as the first. Solo Leveling leans heavily on MMORPG mechanics to explain the game world and our hero’s powers but I can see this series working as an action game. Whether it’s linear or open-world is up in the air. I just know that the art style and graphics would have to be top notch. Of the South Korean and Chinese webtoons out now, Solo Leveling has always had the dopest art work.

Going back to the actual meat of a game—gameplay and story—the world of Solo Leveling allows for the flexibility to either tell Sung Jin-Woo’s story again or allow players to create their own hunter. I prefer the second option but either would work for this series.

Is PlayStation Now Worth Getting?

July 20, 2020 by  
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The interface for PlayStation Now is so-so. Or rather it’s bad if you’re on PC. For some reason, there’s no search function to narrow down the list. What you end up with is this free-for-all battle royal of video game cover art to pick a game. There’s some order to things with categories but expect to scroll quite a bit unless something hits you off the bat.

Several Main Reasons Why Season 4 Of My Hero Academia Is My Favorite Season.

June 17, 2020 by  
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More Battles Based On Emotion – One thing that I loved about My Hero Academia Season 4 was that there were certain battles that were based on emotion. One example of this is The Deku vs Chisaki fight where Deku made a promise to Chisaki’s little girl Eri that he would rescue her the next time he saw her which is exactly what he did. Deku fought Chisaki not only just to beat him, but the main reason for why he fought him was to keep his promise that he made to Eri when he previously saw her. The fight between Deku & Chisaki saw Eri help out Deku when his borrowed quirk had finally reached its peak during that fight in which Deku had finally been able to reach 100% full power with his borrowed quirk to finally overcome and defeat Chisaki. This fight was the best fight of My Hero Academia Season 4 in my personal opinion.

Hancock Could’ve Started Comic Book Franchise.

May 20, 2020 by  
Filed under Comics, News, TV/Film/Movies

OK, so no film on the horizon. How about comics or an animated series? Something to keep the world of Hancock alive. When the film ended, it left things pretty open for John and Mary? A TV series would’ve been incredible but could you get Smith and Theron to commit to filming seasons of TV?

Who knows, maybe we could see a Hancock sequel get picked up by Netflix down the line. I mean, Netflix hasn’t yet and the film came out in 2008 but impossible things have happened before.

Solo Leveling Is A Must Read For Gamers.

May 12, 2020 by  
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I’ll admit, it’s not the deepest, most life-changing series out there but it is one the most fun and exciting ones. Check out Solo Leveling and let me know what you think of it. Also, a small favor for our readers: if you read comics like this or anything isekai shonen—let a brother know in the comments or hit me up. I’m really on this kick right now.

An Introduction to RPGs.

May 12, 2020 by  
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RPGs are roleplaying games where you take control of a character or characters. That could be any game in general since you’re playing a role but RPGs differ in gameplay mechanics. Now, we’ll get into why RPGs are so important to gaming because things become blurred again as game development improved over the years. The main thing is that RPGs typically have a storyline driven not just by the characters and mechanics but also by the setting.

Explaining The World of Judge Dredd.

Remember, 2000 A.D debuted in 1977 so the Russians were still considered extremely scary. Texas City—or Mega-City Three—is one of America’s biggest cities following the Atomic Wars of 2070. It is connected to MC1 by the Great Road. Texas City takes up Texas and a good deal of the midsouth, southwest, and mid-west regions of the U.S.

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