Sonic Forces – An In Depth Analysis

Sonic Forces you to play through a mediocre game. After the major success of Sonic Mania, I was hyped to delve into the next 3D Sonic instalment. It had been four years since Sonic Lost World, and I was craving a new 3D game because I’ve always preferred them over the 2D ones (sorry I’m... Continue Reading →

Wicked City Review

Wicked City is a gory, visceral horror coated with sexual themes and imagery. Directed by Yoshiaki Kawajiri and released in 1987, Wicked City takes place in a universe in which the human world and a demon dimension called The Black World meet every century to sign a peace treaty to stop either side from invading... Continue Reading →

The Adam Project Review

The Adam Project is an awful experience that is comparable to a fart in the wind, it will be forgotten about as quickly as it was shat out. Directed by Shawn Levy and starring Ryan Reynolds, this makes it the second time this duo have worked together. Joining Ryan is a 12 year old version... Continue Reading →

Sonic Mania Retrospective

After the mixed reception of Sonic Lost World, and after the disastrous handling and release of the Sonic Boom franchise, fans were begging Sonic Team to take their time with the next release. The fandom was in a state of worry, and at its lowest point since the release of Sonic 06. The next game... Continue Reading →

NiGHTS into Dreams Retrospective

A dreamlike experience like no other. You never know what you’re going to get when you fall asleep. You can have a dream about an old friend that you haven’t seen in a while, allowing you to spend quality catch up time that you don’t want to end. You can dream about a deceased loved... Continue Reading →

Sonic Lost World Retrospective

Sonic finds himself lost in a mystical world. After the development of Sonic Colours ended, a few members of Sonic Team began experimenting with ideas for a game. While working on Sonic Generations, this separate group within Sonic Team developed various prototypes of a different Sonic game, with a different design philosophy and geometries regarding... Continue Reading →

Morbius

The 2022 epic Morbius was in cinemas the same time as Matt Reeve's The Batman and it's embarrassing to say so. Directed by Daniel Espinosa (who is known for 2017's Life and 2012's Safe House), Morbius sticks out in his filmography like a sore thumb, as he tries to find his feet into the over-saturated... Continue Reading →

Sonic the Hedgehog 4 Episode 2 Retrospective

The sequel to an underwhelming game is also lacklustre. Sonic Generations should’ve set the standard for the whole series, but instead it’s more of an exception rather than the rule. The nostalgia pandering in that game is fine for an anniversary title, but SEGA must have thought that’s all everybody liked about it – revisiting... Continue Reading →

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