The past fourteen months have been increasingly prosperous for Nintendo and their handheld, home console hybrid. Officially the fastest selling home console in the United States in its first year and selling approximately eighteen thousand units worldwide to date, the Nintendo Switch is on record to continue its momentum into this year and the following … Continue reading Nintendo Switch Online – Nintendo Gears Up, With One Slight Catch
In recent years, there has been an exponential rise in the availability and general quality of American dramas, from Netflix’s original series to the collection of HBO’s finest. The serialised drama has continued to flourish with creativity, exemplified by the likes of Breaking Bad and Westworld, and a new format of drama has emerged, the … Continue reading The Sopranos and The Wire: The Television Shows That Defined Modern American Drama
With the release of Avengers: Infinity War last week in theaters worldwide, the magnitude of the Marvel Cinematic Universe and its ever growing fanbase continues to dominate. The latest title in the expansive franchise gained an explosive $250 million over the weekend alone, rising to the top of the box office records and cementing Marvel's … Continue reading The Marvel Cinematic Effect – Is It Time for a Refresh?
This is the first time I have ever been nominated to participate in such a challenge. Thank you to Red Metal for the nomination and the variety of questions. There were some particularly interesting ones. Though I don't know any people to nominate, this was defintely a refreshing detour from my usual writing schedule. Enjoy! … Continue reading The Sunshine Blogger Award – Questions and Answers
The second venture into stop motion animation from director Wes Anderson, Isle of Dogs is a very charming tale exploring the lives of dogs forced to live on the horrifying 'Trash Island' by dictatorial powers in a future Japan and a boy searching for his long lost pet. Its distinctive, stark visuals are as colourful … Continue reading Isle of Dogs – Charming, Quirky Stop Motion Magic
In recent years the Sonic community has been very divided over the later titles in the series, mainly for the poor level design associated with the three dimensional platformers. Sonic Mania takes you back to the classic, two dimensional platformer that started it all, with a fully fledged high definition resolution and reinvented stages for … Continue reading Sonic Mania (Switch) Review – Classic Sonic Returns
After its original release on Xbox 360 and Playstation 3, Platinum Games' title Bayonetta has been ported onto everything imaginable - including the Wii U and Xbox One. It now makes its debut on the Nintendo Switch in all its action packed, satirical glory. The gameplay is as refreshing as ever, the story has a … Continue reading Bayonetta Review (Switch) – The Umbran Witch Returns