Your Lie in April is an experience that leaves you both enchanted and bereft as you explore the colours of binary piano keys and the complex relationships and histories of its characters. Hard hitting and thought provoking from the get go Your Lie in April is well worth the time it takes to watch.
The Transition by Luke Kennard is clever, insightful and a real page turner. Continue reading “The Transition: Luke Kennard”
At the end of my last post I mentioned that the multiplayer had not been functioning as intended, upon its Xbox One launch. While this made people very unhappy and could likely have been solved with a beta test on the console. It is with great pleasure I bring you the news that the games multiplayer is up and functional for Xbox Users. For anyone who already plays the game however that is old news, so lets talk about the Multiplayer in Monster Hunter World. Continue reading “Bringing the squad to the New World: Monster Hunter World Multiplayer an overview.”
Monster Hunter World is a third person game, based as the title suggests around hunting monsters, from the terrifying to the bizarre, the ‘New world’ boasts a host of memorable fights and stunning vistas. So why should you pick up Monster Hunter: World over other games? To take you through this I am going to discuss a few core aspects of the game, (in a spoiler free manner) but it is important to note that having played around forty hours, I feel I have barely scratched the surface. TLDR: These are first impressions. Continue reading “Let’s talk about Monster Hunter World:”