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REVIEW: Alan Wake Remastered

Alan Wake was a third person shooter I missed on its first release. It’s described on the box as an action psychological thriller. That’s a bit of a mouthful and I would have just...

REVIEW: Cyberpunk 2077 Three Years Later

Cyberpunk 2077 has been a rocky-rocky road since its release in December 2020. While it’s not exactly been three years, as of September 21st, 2023, it has recently received its largest update yet with...

REVIEW: Secret Invasion- Episode 6 ‘Home’

Secret Invasion- Episode 6 ‘Home’ ends with an attempt at a bang instead of a whimper but sadly ends up falling flat on its face. I had high hopes for Secret Invasion when it...

REVIEW: Secret Invasion- Episode 5 ‘Harvest’

Secret Invasion- Episode 5 ‘Harvest’ is probably the best episode of the series because it may not do much to fix the series’ many flaws, but it does at least have a bunch of things...

REVIEW: Secret Invasion- Episode Four ‘Beloved’

Secret Invasion 1×04 “Beloved” is the fourth episode out of a six episode miniseries that is supposed to be about the Skrull invasion of Earth. However, it’s mostly been about a couple of thwarted (as...

REVIEW: Secret Invasion- Episode Three ‘Betrayed’

“BETRAYED” is the third episode of the SECRET INVASION series by Disney+. The premise of Secret Invasion is the Skrulls from Captain Marvel have elected a new leader in Gravik. Gravik is a former...

REVIEW: Secret Invasion- Episode Two ‘Promises’

Secret Invasion didn’t make a huge impression on me the previous episode. It felt like the show suffered from trying to rush into its premise without properly setting up its stakes or world-building. The...

REVIEW: Secret Invasion (2023) Episode One

Secret Invasion was a show I was really looking forward to. I’m a huge fan of the Marvel Cinematic Universe but, unfortunately (for Disney), it’s been running out of steam ever since Avengers: Endgame....

REVIEW: A Plague Tale: Innocence

A Plague Tale: Innocence is a work of dark fantasy and that is a surprisingly rare (albeit by no means unknown) work among video games. Historical dark fantasy is even rarer as you don’t...

REVIEW: Untethered Sky by Fonda Lee

Untethered Sky is Fonda Lee’s delicate coming-of-age novella inspired by Persian and Arabian folklore, featuring two beasts from Middle Eastern mythology: manticores and rocs. The manticore, which derives its name from the Persian word...

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