The difference between setting yourself on fire from the minute you sit down to planning exactly when you will set yourself on fire. Or something. No one should listen to me.
The back half of my rambly review, where I go over Erend, the open world, the armor, and the photo mode.
Turns out there’s too much I like about this game so this is part one of two. Come on in for thoughts about the story and characters.
Hey, kids! Want to watch fun adventures about a nice, competent man who works with magical beasts? TOO BAD. SIT YOUR ASS DOWN, IT’s WIZARD NAZI TIME.
Runner up to the list is definitely the Final Fantasy Victory Fanfare, but specifically when Prompto sings it in XV.
Yes, I have Spider-Man spoilers in my rant about internet spoilers. No, it’s not ironic because I have warnings up. Do not proceed past the Spoiler Chocobo if you haven’t seen the movie.
You know how you start a new job and you suck at it for a while until you get comfortable? That, but in superhero form.
Besides vaguely describing a scene in the first episode there are no spoilers present for the show. Unless you don’t actually know what happened in Chernobyl in the first place. I got around to watching HBO’s 2019 miniseries Chernobyl, and of course I went about it like an absolute buffoon. My husband didn’t want toContinue reading “Do You Taste Metal? Inevitability and the Emotions of HBO’s Chernobyl”
A sort-of choose your own adventure novel wherein you have to escape the worst earthquake and tsunami the continental US has ever seen.
There’s a cataclysmic fault line hidden under Oregon and Washington, and it only took hundreds of years, ghost forests, orphan waves, a drag-out brawl between Thunderbird and Whale to find it.