The tournament rages on in episode fifteen of To Your Eternity, with Fushi’s newfound form of Parona having some rather grim implications regarding her fate.
Well…that was awkward. I mean, family drama is never fun, but witnessing another family’s drama is, like, worse?
They say that history is written by the victor. What they forgot to say is that sometimes history is also slightly re-written hundreds of years later by a game company, in order to retell climactic moments through the medium of a hack-and-slash.
Something I have always appreciated about the Ace Attorney games is the writing: it’s full of quirky puns, witty comebacks, and overly emotive facial expressions. This game is no different.
You know if Devolver Digital publishes a new game, it is going to be either insanely fun, quirky, or a mixture of both, and Boomerang X is no exception.
The tournament has begun! To Your Eternity has taken things up a notch, as the danger level is more intense than it has ever been in the series.
It’s time, once more, to see our ol’ pal Selkie and explore the world of sea-based crime. That’s right, it’s time for a…beach episode?
At face value, Acid Nerve’s Death’s Door struck fear into my heart. It gave me similar nerves going into it as the typical insurmountable games such as From Software’s Dark Souls or Acid Nerve’s previous, smaller title Titan Souls.
So there we have it folks, Loki just delivered on the promise alluded to in countless references and teases: introducing us to Kang the Conqueror—or at least one version of him.
Having concluded the emotional and often times devastating Gugu Arc, To Your Eternity completely shifts gears—with the danger turned up to eleven—but it isn’t the Knokkers that are the only threat to Fushi.
Welcome to the learning portion of our work-study experience. In this module, we will have each individual voice the elements they wish to work on…then a man whose face is on fire will issue the best course of action.
Loki is incredible. This show is simply amazing, and this fifth episode is its best yet. This has got to be one of the most enjoyable hours of television I can recall in recent memory.
Sometimes predictable storytelling isn’t always a bad thing. Could you predict the outcome of this story arc from the beginning?
Monster Hunter. It’s a series synonymous with hunting monsters. I mean, not synonymous,, that implies the title doesn’t just say the thing that it is…except when it doesn’t. Well, not entirely. Is this off to a sensical start? ‘Cause it seems like it’s off to a non-sensical start.
Loki may have just locked in its status as the best MCU–Disney+ series yet with this incredible fourth episode.
I’m a self-proclaimed aficionado of solving mysteries of any type. There is a great draw in finding out the who, what, where, and why. I simply can’t keep away from documentaries and games revolving around mysteries and the journey to obtaining justice.