20 years ago, Nintendo released what would become one of the most influential video games for the next 20 years. From slashing monsters to solving dungeon mazes, from open-world exploration to creating a destiny. Its a game that had everything. Who knew a 32MB cartridge could hold so much magic? There are many words to… Continue reading The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time at 20 – An Experience for the Ages
Remember, remember the 5th of November. A significant date for the ages. No, I’m not talking about Guy Fawkes or bonfire night. Instead I’m talking about the release of something special: Batman: The Animated Series has come to Blu-Ray. This is not a review of that box-set, as I am not yet fortunate enough to… Continue reading The 9 Best Episodes Of ‘Batman: The Animated Series’
This past month I decided to treat my daughter to my local cinema’s “Movies for Juniors” promotion. £2.50 a ticket gets you into an early doors family movie showing, in the biggest screen the complex has to offer. Can’t say fairer than that. But this trip was met with initial caution and scepticism. Having used… Continue reading Teen Titans Go! To the Movies – An Upbeat Inspirational Superhero Movie
Originally posted on Hey Poor Player:- I have always had a thing for little trinkets. Back when I had to work in an office, my desk accommodated a Lego character here, a Marvel miniature there, an overall undeniable youthful spirit everywhere. My desk at home is a similar fixture, except now it consists of upgrades… Continue reading The Trinkets and Kinship of Shenmue
Does shower sex, the man who would be hades, and Eric Roberts make a good movie? No, of course it doesn't.
So i made a podcast. Huh.
I’m not entirely sure how it’s come to this: a sequel to Shaq Fu, the now-infamous 24-year-old fighter. Actually, I am sure; Shaq Fu: A Legend Reborn came from a successful crowd-funding programme. Which leads to a more important question: why is Shaq Fu back? On the basis of this, some demons are laid to rest. And in some ways,… Continue reading SHAQ FU: A LEGEND REBORN REVIEW (PS4)
The Sonic the Hedgehog gauntlet continues Sonic the Hedgehog is back. Back again. And this time he's taking a back front seat from all that running, back into his racing car. This week, Sega released a teaser trailer for the Sumo Digital-developed racer. Entitled Team Sonic Racing, it promises to combine the best elements of… Continue reading SEGA Reveals New Team Sonic Racing Trailer
Welcome to my first month-in-review segment, where I will take you through all the noteworthy strands of entertainment sampled in the last month or so. There is no set criteria here. I like to keep things conversational to give you, the reader, a feel for my experiences. Without further delay, here we go! Video Games… Continue reading Agent Prince’s Month in Review – May 2018
Two young women, guns, fast cars and America. The ultimate movie wet dream? If that was the intention for this universally western-themed anime series, then Gunsmith Cats is just the ticket.