Monthly Archive: April, 2014

Introduction to Hearthstone

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Since the debut of the Hearthstone beta this January, this new addicting collectible card game has been gathering significant attention in the gaming community. With incredible graphics, sound effects, and enjoyable gameplay, it’s… Continue reading

Blackfish

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Blackfish is a dark documentary that discusses the consequences of keeping orcas in captivity. It mainly focuses on the famous SeaWorld incident where a trainer was killed by an orca named Tilikum and… Continue reading

Kill La Kill Review

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I’ve resolved to begin this review with a statement that will come off as something of a controversial opinion within the anime community: Kill La Kill is functionally superior to Gurren Lagann. I… Continue reading

Strider Review

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Strider is your stereotypical idea of a videogame, through and through: you play as a futuristic ninja. You deflect robots’ bullets with your knife. You blaze through cyber-Soviet basses, slicing heavily armed guards… Continue reading

My Favourite Chiptune Albums

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In the midst of exam season I decided it would be the perfect time to share with you my favourite chiptune albums, which if you’re a fan of chiptune, won’t come across as… Continue reading

Log Horizon Review

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Greetings there children. Gather around the electronic campfire in front of your faces, for I have a story to tell you. It was at the beginning of the fall 2013 anime season, and… Continue reading

Golden Time Review

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I’m sick of high school animes. There is nothing specifically wrong with the concept of having a story take place with high school aged kids going to high school. I do occasionally enjoy… Continue reading

A Rant on Symposium Magarum Piano Arrangements

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Mahou Shoujo Madoka Magica (2011) is the story of school-aged magical girls’ battles against witches, and quickly turns into a dark Faustian tragedy that explores the consequences of choices, the struggle against fate,… Continue reading