One of the most wonderfully fun things about Diablo 3 is how much character customization there is in terms of gear. I mean, sure, there are a few limitations, like I can’t have a tiny little demon hunter swinging a two-handed barbarian shovel-mace, but still.
Of course, all accessories were not created equal, and some of them have better purposes in life than others. Continue reading “Diablo Gear: A Few of My Favourite Things”
Pokémon HeartGold and I will always have a special bond. It was the first Pokémon game I ever played, and to be entirely honest, I went in with no idea what to expect or what on earth I was doing.
Everything I learned about type strengths and weaknesses was through a painstaking, entirely scientific process of trial-and-error (but mostly error). Continue reading “Pokémon HeartGold: Revisiting a Classic”
It’s not really a secret to anyone that I get ridiculously excited about Marvel movies. I’ve actually stopped watching the trailers for the most part because I just turn into an annoying little ball of pent-up excitement.
It’s kind of been that way for Infinity War ever since I saw the release schedule that came out a few years ago. Continue reading “Ragnarok: The End of the (Marvel) World as We Know It?”
When I started watching comic book movies, I was blissfully unaware of the politics that go into the entertaining of nerds the world over. Marvel was Marvel, and DC was DC.
I was sad when I realized that that is not in fact how the happy little world worked, and I would never see Wolverine meet Tony Stark (because let’s be real here, how amazing would that meeting be?!), simply because Marvel didn’t own the rights to the X-Men; Fox did. Continue reading “Of Comics and Movies: Will X-Men Return to Marvel?”
Some background, before I dive on in: My boyfriend and I met by being total nerds together.
Our first conversation ever was about our favourite superheroes (his is Batman, and mine is Iron Man). He even brought me Lego Batman minifigs on our first date. Continue reading “Comic Book Movies: A Matter of Perspective”