Disenchantment’s coming out this week on Netflix. Let’s hit them SEOs, shall we?
We’ll probably be doing a full-blown podcast about The Meg in the far, far future. For now, I’ll answer your questions about this upcoming giant shark film featuring Jason Statham, lovely CGI of oceanic monstrosities, and a lot of Chinese shark bait.
It’s bearable, to say the least. Sorry.
The Hateful 8? Hardly.
It’s close to the middle of 2018, and there really isn’t a major JRPG release that wowed and challenged me since Xenoblade Chronicles 2. Yes, there was Ni no Kuni 2 which we reviewed a while back, but it isn’t as gripping and as challenging as I thought it would be despite its highlights.
Then Nintendo and Atlus (and Sega, technically) decide to release the English version of Shin Megami Tensei: Strange Journey Redux without much fanfare. I honestly didn’t know about this until late last week.
That’s a crying shame because it’s the best JRPG right now and a perfect entry point for people who are too scared or daunted by the Shin Megami Tensei slew of JRPGs.
So what now, movie-watching fans?
Glad you asked because there’s quite a number of films that cater to our sci-fi/fantasy/pop culture-loving taste buds. Here is my personal list of 2018 films that piqued my interest, from next month until August. Do let us know which ones you’re looking forward to on our Facebook page.
Disclaimer: film release dates are tentative.
it’s our 10 best videogames of 2017! And yes, we know we’re entering February 2018, but we had get this list right. Welcome to part one of our look back on all things 2017, the videogames edition. We fought it out and feelings were hurt, but we have our ten essential must own videogames of 2017. So without further ado…
So we’re knee-deep in the real-time strategy title Halo Wars 2, one of the many Xbox One offerings of 2017. Based on the 8 hours we’ve played so far (and we are far from done with the game – stay tuned for the podcast where we talk about that), it’s shaping up… alright.
As someone who appreciates Dark Souls methodical approach to combat and Street Fighter V’s love for footsies and zoning, I dig Ubisoft’s latest title For Honor. For those not in the know, For Honor is an action multiplayer title where knights, vikings, and samurais fight each other in some alternate earth where this sort of thing happens.
It’s enough to give most history buffs a boner, at least those who are fans of medieval and ancient weaponry and chivalry battle-type stuff.
Lots of people say that its single-player campaign is just an extended tutorial for the multiplayer. That’s kinda true, though Ubisoft took great pains to make us give a damn about daimyos, pillaging vikings, and wardens questioning their morals. Point is, multiplayer kicks lots of ass, and will appeal to a LOT of fighting game guys and gals.
My reasons are twofold.
Do you love to thrown people down from the sky to the ground? Do you relish in picking up fools and tossing them down and let gravity sort out their bones and skulls?
If you answered “no” to both questions, what’s wrong with you?
Fine, there are safer ways to dispose of the competition: fireballs, guns, the occasional bowling ball. But there’s a lot more reward in blazing through the opposition, scooping them up, and then tossing them down in style and with full force like the ragdolls they are.
In our very first Last King Decree feature -where we royally state cool awesome things which are totally facts – we present thee with THE definitive top 20 grapples and throw moves in video game history.