A quick little post about Metroid Dread, my Gunpla art project, and some writing tips.
Well, Ungifted is gonna have to take a pause because of school (ha!), but with midterms almost done I can discuss the core elements in Part 1 of the review.
Star Wars; A franchise so big that it’s one of the few that can afford a lot of genre splices. From the original that brought a new kind of hope for Sci-fi, to the rise of said hope dying to a mouse, Star Wars is a diverse franchise full of lore that it spawned various books, comics, and games that always had their own flair to it. Now, as a fan who’s only read 2 books, Star Wars is known for its space wizards along side several kind of armies fighting for the galaxy. But what about a story where their is no force? What if you could play as a special black ops team for the Republic, where you have to rely on military training instead of a man/woman/alien with a color coded blade? Well, none have done better in the limited Star Wars that I have than Republic Commando. Oh boy, get some bacta before this review because you’re about to learn about a masterpiece…and a shitty port.
An update for my blog for the last months of 2020 part 2. Tons of coming reviews, a possible slew of Quikees, and my attempts to get more traction. Basically, trying to stand out in the school of fish.
I review Earthbound Beginnings, the first game in the Mother/Earthbound series, in my 3 part Earthbound retrospective. Why did I do it second after Earthbound? Because I’m an American, and we do that with Terminator and Alien.
A gallery mosaic of my first ever Gunpla: Wing Gundam Zero! I apologize for my lack of panel lining, I didn’t have a marker and this was $32 (plus the black base I bought that isn’t in these pictures) as is.
Quick little talk about games I’ve finished or am still playing. Is it because I’m late for another post. No….
4 months late since 2008. So, here are my reactions to the Gen 4 remakes and the prequel Legends, while also giving my opinions on why the mainline games have gone down hill. Don’t worry. I won’t talk crap about Mystery Dungeon, so please don’t send the firing squad.
In this follow up review that took a while to finally create, I continue my review and thoughts on Sonic Adventure. I go over Super Sonic, miscellaneous things, and try to have a good laugh.
I discuss my thoughts on one Earthbound side character, Picky, and what happened to the little tyke within the game. Spoiler, I get a little mushy about it. Mushy like the m on his shirt.