One of my sister’s favourite things to tease me about is the lack of originality in what I watch.
It’s totally fair, because I have a nasty habit of turning on Netflix, watching things on repeat and not trying anything new. Once in a while, though, I get tired of what I’m repeating, and I actually find some other things I want to watch!
There’s been a lot of good stuff coming out lately, including some really neat Netflix originals.
So this is what I’m watching this season—and what I’m looking forward to! Continue reading “My Fall 2018 Netflix List”
You might think the most important part of the Pokémon games is, well, the Pokémon, but think about this:
You’re walking through the tall grass on your way back to town. Suddenly, you come across that rare, wandering Pokémon you’ve been traveling the entire region to find. You paralyze it, lower its health, and then, when it’s at the perfect level, you open your bag—and see you have nothing useful to catch it with. Continue reading “Pokéballs: One Trainer’s Toolkit”
The other day, I was rooting around and happened to stumble across a collection of the computer games my sister and I had growing up.
Magic School Bus, Lego, Wheel of Fortune (which always made tiny Erin sad because she couldn’t understand why she never got the money she won), you name it.
Three games in particular stood out, though. They were my half-hearted collection of the Harry Potter PC games. Continue reading “Fond Memories: The Harry Potter PC Games”
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”