Early in 2016, I read Ready Player One by Ernest Cline. This book would become the most unforgettable story I’ve ever read. As a geek, this book is beyond godly. In other books, you’ll have dragons and knights. In RPO, you’ll have DeLoreans and Ultraman. If you have an inkling of love for all things geeky … More In 2016, I Read The Most Unforgettable Book.
Rogue One is a movie of two halves. What begins as a frantic and choppy spacefaring adventure to introduce a cast of unlikely heroes ends with one of the loveliest ground-based space battles ever to grace the big screens. I won’t be discussing much about Rogue One’s plot (which is all over the Internet) and … More A Quick Review of Star Wars: Rogue One
THE STEAM SALES ARE UPON US! Hide the wallets! Protect the children! Buuut who’s kidding, every gamer knows that this is THE time to stock up for the coming year. And if you live in Malaysia, with the economy almost next to shits, know that you can still enjoy the Steam Sales without burning a hole in … More Steam Winter Sales: 7 Worthy Games Under RM30
So, the Hadouken. Just an annoying move your opponents use to whittle down your life, right? Well, not really. As explained in Core-A Gaming‘s video, an entire match’s strategy can revolve around how one uses the Hadouken in either attack or defence. And in the hands of a pro, a relentless wave of killer projectiles. Core-A Gaming does … More How the Hadouken Changed Fighting Games
And that is what Peter Parker / Spider-Man is all about. To be that one person who stands up when no one sees the hope to do so, even if that means coming out beaten and battered. Way back in 2002, before Marvel’s Iron-Man fully realised what a Superhero movie could be, Sam Raimi directed … More Tobey Maguire’s Spider-Man is the Best Spidey Because He Dared when No One Did.
As a testament to Mark of the Ninja’s excellence, I’ll start off by saying that I’d never been one for stealth games. If a game offers me the choice to either be stealthy or punch my way through (Like Deus Ex, Hitman.), I’ll opt for the latter. But Mark of the Ninja was something thing different. Released … More Mac Gaming: Mark of the Ninja – The Culmination of 35 Years of 2D Stealth
I despise the Bay-directed Transformers movie franchise. It embodies everything wrong about the money churning story deprived shows which so many blindly supports. And because of China’s love for pretty looking CGI with zero depth, it is a blackhole that we’re inevitably spiralling into. The Transformers legacy has been savaged and torn apart in Bay’s franchise. … More Transformers: Bay Doesn’t Give a Shit About You
Similar to The Hobbit, Fantastic Beasts forces itself to be more than what it should be for the sake of milking the HP franchise and its fanbase. First off, the CGI was poor for this day and age considering that it’s by a large studio, Warner Bros, who has the budget and resources to make … More Movie Review: Fantastic Beasts and Where was the Real J.K.Rowling
WITNESS ME!!! *IMCOMPREHENSIBLE SCREAMING*!!! MAD MAX: FURY ROAD HAS GOT TO BE THE MOST SPECTACULARLY BALLSY FILM IN THE LAST DECADE. That had to be typed in all-CAPS. There’s just no other way. The film hits you like a furious raccoon from the get-go. Soaks you in adrenaline. Pumps you with ecstasy. And drops you from … More Reliving the Spectacular Balls of Mad Max: Fury Road
HOLY MACARONI! Mass Effect: Andromeda (via Mass Effect). For many years we’ve waited for this. Though I’m a little nervous as what it’ll be, because the three founders of Bioware are no longer in the team, this trailer is just too damn pretty. Spring 2017 cannot come sooner. If you haven’t signed up for the … More NEW Mass Effect & Death Stranding Trailers Revealed at 2016 Game Awards