This is a reoccurring theme on this blog now; I’m poor as shit. Both financially poor and time poor. Thus I’ve had to become much more selective about which video games I spend my time and my money on. Especially now they are starting at £70 as a minimum.
Which is why I take much more of a wait and see approach to major AAA titles. Like Horizon: Forbidden West for example. The first game in the franchise was one I loved, telling a super unique story full of mystery, compelling characters and settings. While the gameplay was something of a turnoff for some people, the question behind the nature of the world drove many people to see it through to the end, myself included.
Continue reading “Horizon: Forbidden West – Is Franchising ruining good stories?”
You know what Star Wars has in spades? Good villains. You know what Rebels has really struggled to accomplish in my mind? Make its villains seem even remotely competent. Which is an impressive, making Darth Vader look like a fool on multiple occasions. Even more so when Kanan and Ezra hardly seem to have a brain cell between them most days.
Rebels has really missed an actually dangerous and threatening villain. It feels like season three is the one season that is trying to rectify that.
Continue reading “Star Wars: Rebels Revisited – Part 20: ‘Greetins ‘Greetins!”
Apparently, my new approach to blogging translated to me just not writing anymore. Honestly, I’m kind of feeling it. A byproduct to this new approach is my realisation that without this blog, I’m just not that driven to keep up with Star Wars Rebels on a weekly basis.
Continue reading “Star Wars: Rebels Revisited – Part 19: Jedi/Sith Docking Manoeuvre”