We all know the beloved book series written by Lemony Snicket and the movie released in 2004 based on them. But how will a TV series on the same subject compare? Continue reading Hindsight – Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events Movie Review
Harvest Moon 64 is unbelievably addictive. Somehow, you can sink an entire day into the obsessive upkeep of your farm and then go to bed in real life that night feeling like you’ve accomplished a hard day’s work. Virtual chores; a dangerous game concept. The object of the game is to create a self induced stress cycle and maintain it. That sounds dreadful in theory, but I cannot emphasize enough how immersive this experience is.
On the way to Dragon Shores for a much needed vacation, Spyro and Sparx get interrupted by a group of characters who intercept the Dragon Shores portal. An over enunciating satyress, a mentally slow cheetah, and a bushy-browed mole, seek Spyro’s assistance in their battle against Ripto, who is taking over the world of Avalar and has a fear of dragons. Once again, Spyro is reluctantly roped into a situation where he’s forced to play the hero.
One of gaming’s most iconic heroes makes their return in a big way. Continue reading Hindsight – Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition Review
Let’s say this up front. Captain America: The Winter Soldier is not just a great comic book movie, it is an incredible film. Continue reading Hindsight – Captain America: The Winter Soldier Review
In preparation for Captain America: Civil War, the culmination of the trilogy starring Chris Evans as the Star Spangled Avenger, it’s nice to look back at where the films started. When you look back at Captain America: The First Avenger, you can see that this was the real start of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Continue reading Hindsight – Captain America: The First Avenger Review
Kyrat is not a place you should want to visit on vacation. Continue reading Hindsight – Far Cry 4 Review
Spyro the Dragon was ahead of its time when it came out in 1998. For an early 3D platforming game, it courageously included spoken dialogue during animated scenes and contained ambitious graphics. These features, combined with unifying mechanics, made for a well defined fictional world that continues to hold up in quality to this day.
Continue reading Hindsight: Spyro The Dragon Review
If you’re unfamiliar with Crash Bandicoot, he immediately makes an impression on screen with his red-orange fur, his goofy mannerisms, and his clumsy tendencies where he rightfully earns his name. While controlling Crash, he runs with a laid back posture and bears his teeth from physical exertion. He seems to be putting in maximum effort while reaping minimal progress. How appropriate, because this is exactly what playing the game feels like. Continue reading Hindsight – Crash Bandicoot Review
Rockstar North once against reigns supreme with its flagship franchise. Continue reading Hindsight – Grand Theft Auto V Review