Category: Review

  • Bone Collection Chapters 6-10: Some Missteps, But Hope Remains

    Bone Collection Chapters 6-10: Some Missteps, But Hope Remains

    If you haven’t read my first Bone Collection review, you should probably do that before this one. I won’t be going over any of the details here that I discussed there. I’ll leave a link right here. Bone Collection Chapters 1-5 All caught up? Good! Then let’s get started! I’m back for another five chapters […]

  • Chrono Trigger: Square Soft’s Time-Traveling Masterpiece

    Chrono Trigger: Square Soft’s Time-Traveling Masterpiece

    This game is amazing and I love it more than some family members. Long ago, in the days of the SNES, Square Enix, then known as Square Soft, released three of the greatest RPGs of all time. Even today, these games stand at the top of the genre. Final Fantasy 6 may be overshadowed by […]

  • A Clash of Kings: The War Begins

    A Clash of Kings: The War Begins

    Man, it’s been a hot minute since my Game of Thrones review. Not the show Game of Thrones, I mean the first book in the Song of Ice and Fire series of the same- oh, forget it. A Clash of Kings picks up right where A Game of Thrones left off. After the death of […]

  • Charlie and the Chocolate Factory: Bastardizing a Classic

    Charlie and the Chocolate Factory: Bastardizing a Classic

    Do you remember the opening credits of the original Willy Wonka? That footage of a chocolate factory at work. Remember how warm and inviting it was? With that pleasant music and that warm color to every shot? That, in my mind, is the perfect opening to a film. Nothing fancy. Nothing complicated. Just a warm, […]

  • Tower of God Season 1: The 13 Episode Prologue

    Tower of God Season 1: The 13 Episode Prologue

    When I wrote my article for the spring anime of 2020, I expressed cautious optimism in regards to Tower of God. While I did enjoy what I’d seen up to that point, the show hadn’t quite won me over yet. It seemed like a show that could end up being awesome. Or it could’ve fallen […]