Have you ever gone through TV channels or through your Netflix account, looking at the many names of shows and just skipping over them, perhaps with a momentary judgement towards them? Maybe their names seem over the top or the logo seems silly, or perhaps even the genre is not your usual thing.
But then, one day, you’re extremely bored or you read or heard about some of those shows or films and decide, “yeah, I’ll watch the first episode,” and suddenly “how bad could it be?” turns into a day or binge-watching an entire season, or looking forward to the next week’s entry. Continue reading Surprisingly Good TV – Riverdale
A Hollywood actor is dead, and there’s a media-frenzy around it. There’s also intrigue and danger and a blogger, a print journalist and a private detective are Knee Deep in it!
Continue reading Review: Knee Deep
The Last Door is a low-res gothic horror point & click adventure game. I reviewed the first season in 2014, finding its Lovecraftian horror story very intriguing and enjoyable, though I felt the sudden ending left you with no payoff for the season-long build-up.
A few months ago, Katie Hallahan of Phoenix Online Studios brought the new season to my attention, currently on Steam Early access. I rarely give Early Access titles a look, as I’m not a fan of the platform. But having played and done videos on ongoing episodic games such as The Slaughter and Steve Jackson’s Sorcery! I thought it would be a good idea to take a look at what the guys at The Game Kitchen have cooked up for this season!
I played through the first episode, I liked it, though I got stuck a couple of times because I didn’t realise an obvious clue as fast as I should’ve and then I forgot how to read roman numbers…yeah…
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Murders on a schedule, a train schedule. No it’s not the Orient Express, but Agatha Christie’s Hercule Poirot is on the case anyway: It’s the ABC Murders!
Continue reading Agatha Christie: The ABC Murders
Over the past few weeks I’ve been catching up on series I missed in the past months, particularly with Anime. That’s how I found Sakurako–san no Ashimoto ni wa Shitai ga Umatteiru (translated as Beautiful Bones – Sakurako’s Investigaion). Many sites and forums described it as Bones the animation. As someone who enjoyed Bones until it got too tiresome, I decided to give it a shot.
I was pleasantly surprised. Continue reading Review: Beautiful Bones – Sakurako’s Investigation