Game Night, Video Games

My Five Favorite Games of 2019

Don't worry. Anthem isn't on the list. There were a lot of great games this year! In terms of a wrap up for the decade, I honestly couldn't ask for more! The sheer number of games that brought me immeasurable joy is extremely high! Picking five games out of all of them was incredibly challenging! But if… Continue reading My Five Favorite Games of 2019

Anime, Character Analysis, The Mind of a Character

Rei Kiriyama: The Coocoo Bird (The Mind of a Character)

Alright, I'll say this one time for all y'all that have been sleeping on it! If you haven't watched March Comes in Like a Lion yet, you are missing out! It is one of the greatest anime of all time, with stellar characters, gorgeous animation, perfect pacing, and more effective tear-jerking scenes than you could… Continue reading Rei Kiriyama: The Coocoo Bird (The Mind of a Character)

Books, How's This Book?

Using Books to Fill the Holes in Movies/Games

One of the greatest challenges regarding screenwriting and game writing is making your time work. You've only got two hours to communicate your entire story; which details are essential and which are unnecessary? A good screen/game writer knows how to perfectly balance the act, making sure that each of the characters is developed and likable… Continue reading Using Books to Fill the Holes in Movies/Games

Best of the Beastiary, D&D

Demons Part 7: Goristro (Best of the Bestiary)

This is the single most terrifying mount in the history of fantasy! Goristro demons are towering monsters, standing over twenty feet tall. When controlled by Demon Lords, they're made into formidable living siege weapons, as well as pets. They have an almost supernatural cunning that allows them to navigate the most vexing of labyrinths, making… Continue reading Demons Part 7: Goristro (Best of the Bestiary)

Television

The Office: The Soon-To-Be-Held-Hostage American Classic

2019 is drawing to a close. A new year is coming, and a new decade along with it. There will be plenty of opportunity for change. For people to grow and get better. The future has limitless possibilities. But none of that matters because The Office is being pulled off of Netflix! Everyone wants a… Continue reading The Office: The Soon-To-Be-Held-Hostage American Classic

Energia

Chapter 14: The Drunken Boxer (Energia: Titans of Verità)

Energia: Titans of Verità Table of Contents (For Catching Up) Her opponent got up immediately, stumbling her way to the arena. She clutched the rail as she moved, apologizing to everyone she passed in a slurred voice. Everyone wrinkled their noses at the stench of alcohol as she descended. Anna, however, didn’t move for a… Continue reading Chapter 14: The Drunken Boxer (Energia: Titans of Verità)

Anime, My Hero Academia, My Review Academia

My Review Academia S4 E8: One Who Devours the Sun

I'll be honest: this episode was pretty rough. It was definitely good, don't get me wrong. It had some strong character moments, fleshing out a character that hasn't had any time to shine yet in an interesting way. But the animation was pretty rough and the action was short-lived and underwhelming. After having broken into… Continue reading My Review Academia S4 E8: One Who Devours the Sun