Early on the year I wrote an article called Mass Effect Andromeda Hype, as a big fan of the original trilogy I was eagerly anticipating this game. After seeing initial reviews and fans feedback from early release access. My anticipation turned to disappointment before I had even started the game. It’s been a few weeks since then, and after playing through the game in all its glitchy and buggy glory, I can safely say the game is STILL worth playing, if you are big Mass Effect fan.
After the release of Logan last month, fans were treated to a truly great send off to one the most beloved comic book heroes. As well as a great send off for Hugh Jackman, who has been playing the character for the last seventeen years. I thought it will be nice to look back at a trilogy of such varying quality.
Unlike the other Defender shows, the first season of Iron Fist wasn’t primarily an origin story. Danny Rand who is the main protagonist had already become the Iron Fist and instead of building on this and showing us what the Iron Fist is all about, we were given other story elements that hurt the quality of the season.
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We are still only in February, but Sony have already got a number of titles out for their console, and I have already fallen behind on playing them.
After much anticipation, and having to wait an extra week to watch it. I finally got to see the Lego Batman movie. As a massive Batman fan, and someone who enjoyed the Lego Movie very much, I had high hopes for this movie. Here are my thoughts on it.
As Halo Wars approaches, this will be the third Halo game 343 studios will have given us. I’m not saying Halo 4 & 5 weren’t good games, they just weren’t up their with the quality we expect from a Halo title, third times the charm?