It looks like Fushi may be entering into a period of peacetime following his dangerous encounter with the monster in the woods in the previous episode. We learned a lot about the Maker of Fushi and the behind the scenes omnipotent beings pulling the strings, but things slow down a bit now as Fushi meets the curious young boy named Gugu.
The premise of Biomutant is interesting to say the least, and with it being Experiment 101’s biggest (and only) title yet, there is a lot of promise to live up to. If you consider the amount of RPG’s out these days, especially those with open worlds to explore, there is an abundance of competition that Biomutant is going up against. The real question is: what sets this game apart from the rest, and is it enjoyable enough to recommend?
Extra! Extra! This just in: Bakugo can work well with others! Yep, it’s the shock of the century, folks. Well, everybody certainly acts like it is. Now, to be fair, Bakugo is a bit of a loud jerk…who acts selfishly and uses the force of his personality to draw others into working to support him. You know what? Everybody is kinda right: this is breaking news.
Well this certainly turned out to be a truly eventful episode of To Your Eternity. Not only do we see Fushi make major progression as he learns to speak and communicate with the aid of the old woman he had previously encountered in the Yanome prison, but we also meet Fushi’s creator: the mysterious “Maker”.
Resident Evil Village has returned, with some first-person survival horror intertwined with the expected puzzles and out-there characters we have seen previously within the series.
It’s that time again, Academia nuts, when the environment explodes into cubes and characters blur into smears. And it’s just as awesome as ever.
This was an utterly heartbreaking episode, to say the very least. It was an emotionally devastating turn of events that has completely reshaped the trajectory of To Your Eternity going forward.
Another week, another match. This time around, it’s Todoroki and Iida’s time to shine and show us all what they’re made of. I mean, there are other participants in this match but, let’s be honest, those are the only two the series really cares about.
The being now has a name. After determining herself to be the being’s surrogate mother, March has named the being Fushi, which is derived from the Japanese word for Immortal. It is a pretty fitting title, and one that was put to the test this week.
Okay, full disclosure, I’m a little biased towards Class 1-A. I mean, they’re our crew, our buddies, our chums; I don’t really care about Class 1-B. Whilst I don’t despise the characters, it is easier for me to note their flaws and question their actions.