I am The Marvelous Mr. Eden. I am an aspiring entertainer and artist, and it is my hope that I can use this platform to help educate, motivate, or give people material to relate to.
The world is quiet ... perhaps more so than it use to be. I remember being young. I remember listening to the sound of snow falling as I gazed out from my perch. Now, the pitter patter of snowfall is all but gone. My senses have grown quite dull in recent years, and the winter is far colder than I remember. These eyes have grown weary, seeing much from the skies, although I have no legacy to leave behind. This suits me fine, as a humble life is one worth living all the same. Having spent it being happy, I cannot complain. This is a feat in its own right, as I've never truly struggled to be content as the humans seem to do. Their worries, their way of life. At times it confuses me, but they gave me my home. They gave me this barn, from which I've lived my days freely. I've spent many nights pursuing the hunt, feeding myself in the only way I know how. Perhaps this was my calling, and perhaps it is a legacy after all. Even with no one to tell my story, the story was still told all the same.
Dear Mr. Trump, I hope this letter finds you well, in spite of your actions over the past four years. Your term as president of the United States has given the world a strong insight into who you are as a person. In a way, it's almost ironic that it ends in much the same fashion as how it began.
JoJo's Bizarre Adventure is a long running anime series from the creative mind of Hirohiko Araki. While it was originally little more than a rip off of Fist of the North Star, one of Shonen Jump's more popular publications, JJBA would eventually develop the rich lore and flamboyant art style that many people recognize to this day. Because JoJo's Bizarre Adventure has multiple parts, with some parts being drastically different from others, I'll be going over each part individually.
There's no doubt that Cyberpunk 2077 was one of, if not the most anticipated game of 2020. Set in a dystopian future with an ambition open world, inventive mechanics, and a high level of character customization, Cyberpunk was slated to be one of the best games of all time. At least, that's how the hype built it up. What we got was a game that, while certainly ambitious, fell hard on technical troubles. Now, we're going to take a look a the pros and cons to see if it's really worth buying.
Fallout: New Vegas is one of the most beloved Fallout games of all time. It's a bit dated now, coming out back in 2010, but it's often referred to as a throwback to the original, isometric Fallout titles. Fallout: New Vegas has long been a game eagerly defended by fans of the franchise, and in this article, I'll be reviewing Fallout: New Vegas to see if it is truly the masterpiece zealous fans claim, or if the hot-headed fans on the internet are simply more vocal than they are truthful.
In this day and age, the gaming market is dominated by games with over the top violence and none stop action. While these games are often well received and very much enjoyed, it can be nice to take a step back and play something entirely more wholesome or creative. In this article, we're going to take a look at the game House Flipper, and discuss what makes this interior design simulator worth playing. Before continuing on, keep in mind that this review is based on my opinion of the game.