The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword Review

Oh hey there! Before we get into the review proper, just a quick note. This review is taken from my WCRReviews Blogger site, which I ran back nearly a decade ago. Now I have returned to more frequent writing, I thought it would be a good idea to unify that site with this one by … Continue reading The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword Review

My Top Ten Films of 2020: #5-#1

Time for Part 2 of my Top Ten Films List for the last year! As I said in the last post covering my picks for #10-#6 in 2020, I am publishing this on 4th January. That is right, I am gonna stick to a schedule for once! As always for these posts, I shall reiterate … Continue reading My Top Ten Films of 2020: #5-#1

My Top Ten Films of 2020: #10-#6

2020 is over, and now it is time for my annual Top Ten Films list! As with the past three years of these articles, I am splitting the list into two, starting with my picks for #10-#6 in this post! Gotta keep it consistent, y'know. When making this list, I bear in mind the film … Continue reading My Top Ten Films of 2020: #10-#6

Film in 500: Wonder Woman 1984 Review

Certificate: 12A Director: Patty Jenkins Writers: Patty Jenkins, Geoff Johns, Dave Callaham Production: Atlas Entertainment, DC Comics, DC Entertainment, The Stone Quarry, Warner Bros. Distributor: Warner Bros. Platforms: Theatrical Release (Reviewed) Release Date: Out Now Upon emerging from Wonder Woman 1984 (WW84), I can barely contain myself; as a DC fan who immensely enjoyed the … Continue reading Film in 500: Wonder Woman 1984 Review

Resident Evil 7: Biohazard Review

Developed and Published by: Capcom Platforms: PlayStation 4 (Reviewed), Xbox One, PC, Nintendo Switch (Japan Only) Release Date: Out Now Jumping from prequel to most recent sequel, this time around I am reviewing Resident Evil 7: Biohazard, continuing my comprehensive but not-very-chronological reviews of the horror franchise. Now, this is a scary one. Yes, I … Continue reading Resident Evil 7: Biohazard Review

Let’s Chat: Pokémon Sword & Shield’s The Crown Tundra Spoiler Talk!

Recently, the second and - bar a surprise - last of the Pokémon Sword and Shield DLC packs, The Crown Tundra, launched on Nintendo Switch. Prior to the release, a Let's Chat was published here where Stephen Brown and I discussed the prospect of this DLC - so, now that it is out and we … Continue reading Let’s Chat: Pokémon Sword & Shield’s The Crown Tundra Spoiler Talk!

Bastion Review

Developed by: Supergiant Games Published by: Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, Supergiant Games Platforms: Nintendo Switch (Reviewed), PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, PlayStation Vita, Xbox One, Xbox 360, PC Release Date: Out Now After recently playing the superb Hades from Supergiant Games, it pressed home the need for me to amend a severe gap in my gaming … Continue reading Bastion Review

Resident Evil Zero Review

Developed and Published by: Capcom Platforms: Switch, Wii, GameCube, PlayStation 4 (Reviewed - via Resident Evil Origins Collection), PlayStation 3, Xbox One, Xbox 360, PC Release Date: Out Now My quest through the Resident Evil series continues; this time, by going back to before the beginning. At this time of year, it is fitting to … Continue reading Resident Evil Zero Review

Hades Review

Developed and Published by: Supergiant Games Platforms: Switch (Reviewed), PC Release Date: Out Now They've done it again; and got me, too, coming back again and again. In Hades, Supergiant Games have crafted a masterful take on the roguelike that blends the brutal yet rewarding appeal of said genre with the immaculate, characterful art and … Continue reading Hades Review

Film in 500: Mary and the Witch’s Flower Review

Certificate: U Directors: Hiromasa Yonebayashi, Giles New Production: Studio Ponoc Distributor: Altitude Film Entertainment Platform: Viewed on TV with English Dub, and on Blu-ray with Japanese Audio Release Date: Out Now Such a delight of a film. Whilst straightforward in terms of plot, Mary and the Witch's Flower shines by telling that story of magic … Continue reading Film in 500: Mary and the Witch’s Flower Review