GWENT Deck Guide: “What’s Your Status”

After the superb response to my first GWENT Deck Guide, it's time to follow it up with a sophomore entry! The first guide - for my "Nilfgaard's Choice" deck - was an experiment to see if the in-depth, detailed format would work. Seeing as it's comfortably been my most-viewed post this year, and I've had … Continue reading GWENT Deck Guide: “What’s Your Status”

Coffee Talk Review

Developed and Published by: Toge Productions Platforms: Nintendo Switch (Reviewed), PS4, Xbox One, PC Release Date: Out Now! One part coffee-barista-simulator and one part visual novel, Coffee Talk is quite unlike any other game I've played before! I'm personally not much of a coffee or tea drinker myself, but that isn't required to enjoy this … Continue reading Coffee Talk Review

A Little Zelda, A Lotta Farming: Takeaways from the Nintendo Direct!

Hey everyone! So, this week we were treated to a full-length, 40-minute Nintendo Direct where we saw reveals and updates for SO MANY GAMES. Seriously, if you remember the Directs we got in the Wii U days, it's amazing to see how things have changed. In this post, I'm going to briefly run through my … Continue reading A Little Zelda, A Lotta Farming: Takeaways from the Nintendo Direct!

Catching Up On Horror: Jordan Peele & The Thing(s)

Hey there, I hope you're doing well! In terms of films, I've been watching quite the mix of old and new in various genres. Something I've only recently dived into more has been horror. For a long time I've been turned off by it (I'm not a big fan of body horror and gore in … Continue reading Catching Up On Horror: Jordan Peele & The Thing(s)

Film in 500: Nope Review

Certificate: 15 Writer/Director: Jordan Peele Production: Universal Pictures, Dentsu, Monkeypaw Productions, The Government of Canada Income Tax Credit Program Distributor: Universal Pictures International (UPI) Platform: Theatrical Release (Reviewed) Release Date: Out Now! Jordan Peele's newest feature film Nope is a captivating slow-burn of sci-fi/horror spectacle - and it'll leave you debating the plot long after … Continue reading Film in 500: Nope Review

Film Review Round-Up: Prey, Bullet Train, & More!

Hey everyone, I hope you're having a fab weekend! As outlined in my recent Blog Update catch-up, there are a bunch of new films I watched in the last month - and in this post, I'm going to run through my overall thoughts on each one! These range from a bright new animated DC story … Continue reading Film Review Round-Up: Prey, Bullet Train, & More!

Blog Update: When Life Imitates Anime…

Hi! Despite my intentions, I ended up taking a bit of a break from writing here over the last month. This was mainly due to work getting busy with various deadlines, and then there's always that whole being-an-adult thing and the various responsibilities that come with it. Basically, life started to feel like a rollercoaster … Continue reading Blog Update: When Life Imitates Anime…

Film in 500: Thor: Love and Thunder Review

Certificate: 12A Director: Taika Waititi Writers: Taika Waititi, Jennifer Kaytin Robinson Production: Marvel Studios, Fox Studios Australia, Walt Disney Pictures Distributor: Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures International Platform: Theatrical Release (Reviewed) Release Date: Out Now! The joke-a-minute humour of Taiki Waititi films often isn't to my tastes, but Thor: Ragnarok was the exception, so I … Continue reading Film in 500: Thor: Love and Thunder Review

fault – milestone one Review

Developed by: ALICE IN DISSONANCE Published by: Sekai Project Platforms: Nintendo Switch (Reviewed), PlayStation 4, PC Release Date: Out Now! This might be the first visual novel I've reviewed! Whilst I wouldn't call myself an expert on the genre, I do dip into it now and again. It's quite relaxing to enjoy an interactive story … Continue reading fault – milestone one Review

Thoughts on the Obi-Wan Kenobi Series

Hello there! The Disney+ limited series Obi-Wan Kenobi wrapped up this week with Part VI, a spectacular finale that wrapped up various story arcs to satisfying effect. I consider myself a casual Star Wars fan, but I've always been a huge fan of the Obi-Wan Kenobi character, particularly the Ewan McGregor version, so this was … Continue reading Thoughts on the Obi-Wan Kenobi Series