Shining Force Review

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Disclaimer: This article is free of spoilers.  Shining Force is a classic SRPG released in 1992 for the Sega Genesis to positive critical reception. It is the second game of the Shining series, a… Continue reading

Star Wars: The Force Awakens Review

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*Note: This review is largely spoiler-free, but does contain minor plot details* Star Wars: The Force Awakens is one of the most anticipated film releases of all time. It wouldn’t be an overstatement… Continue reading

Sing in my own Way: Original AMV Review

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“Grown-ups working like a dog. Children fawning like a cat. Grown-ups having money. Children having love.” “Sing in my own Way” (or “Korekuraide Utau”) is an original animated music video (AMV), animated by… Continue reading

How to Get Away with Murder

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I recently came across this fairly new television series that caught my attention and wouldn’t let it go. The intricate plot and diverse characters in this dark and intelligent television series drama is… Continue reading

Suicide Club and Self-Discovery (2002)

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A while back, I watched a rather intriguing Japanese horror film called “Suicide Club”. The plot centers around an impending wave of mass suicides that threaten Japanese society, creating a sense of mystery… Continue reading

Sound! Euphonium (2015) Review

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Meet Oumae Kumiko, a first-year high school student. Think of her as a snarky yet lackadaisical protagonist, content to go with the flow. Watch her get dragged into joining her school’s equally lackadaisical… Continue reading

A Doctor Who Recommendation: Where to Start

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      So, you’re new to Doctor Who and want to start watching. Well, read on! There’s a couple starting points you can take. I’ll break down each potential starting point below… Continue reading

Bastion: Greater than the Sum of its Parts

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Plot, music, mood, characters, gameplay – there are numerous ways game developers can manipulate these elements to create a compelling experience. Many series can attribute their successes to individual components shining above the… Continue reading

The Beauty of Steven Universe

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Steven Universes is one of those cartoons directed at children and received by older audiences. After it began airing on TV for the first time, around a year ago, the show melted the… Continue reading