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After a long month of fixing my computer, I am back to tackle this questionable show of Powers and compare it with its comic book counterpart by the same name. Let’s get started!
Our episode begins with Team Flash on the hunt for who is Harrison Wells. This sends Joe and Cisco to Starling City (Arrow Land). They meet up with Detective Lance and they search the accident scene of when Wells lost Tess They discover a body and the DNA matches Wells. I love how this encounter helps us with the future. Detective Lance and Joe bonding, helping Lance bridge the gap between him and his daughter. And Cisco helping Laura gets the Canary cry!! But back at the Lab, Barry has to keep Caitlin calm before she blows the whole investigation.
As some of you may remember the previous post I’ve done about video game enhancements and how they can be fair and unfair. Since the days of turbo controllers there have been preferences in making your gaming experience have a slight advantage. However this Magic Stick from Brook is legit to me because it can help with those input problems that most of us have and give you the chance to use preferred controllers on the Xbox One. Sadly there is no converter for the PlayStation 4 and so far no reason as of yet has shown up. To go more in-depth on this nifty USB device that works for both PC and Xbox One, please check out the video below as I’ve asked my cousin who owns an Xbox One to test the device out. While I, Kuma use the device on the PC.
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There is an old saying, “Kill or Be Killed,” But once you get to play BloodBorne, well let’s just say you’re going to be killed…..a lot! First couple of hours of play-through I’m still being killed relentlessly in the starting area but yet despite myself cursing at the “Your Dead” screen and wanting to throw down the controller and rage quit any moment, I can’t stop playing it. There is something about this game that makes me go back out into the playfield and try to hunt down these demons repeatedly until the job is done!
You know at one point it was Shield vs. Hydra, but now it is Shield vs. Shield and we have one question…Who is the real Shield? Things have been hitting up for a while every since Skye became a power and now that Shield has been infiltrated from the inside things seem to be getting worse with trust issues on the team. Now a new director is questioning the command of Coulson, while trying to turn over his own team. Also Sky is now in the hands of a secret group of other “Inhumans”, but Coulson is on the case trying to find his missing agent. Things are getting very exciting.
So let’s get our own recap: Red Reddington is a unique character. Red is on the FBI most wanted list. One day he just ups and turns himself in. He is sent to section Chief Harold Cooper who can’t get a word out of him. Red says he will only talk to a new recruit Liz Keen. Now here’s the core of the show: Red has a list of nasty criminals that fly under the radar that can cause global havoc at the drop of a dime. The Blacklist;Just like our other favorite shows- Arrow, Flash, Agents of Shield, the core story could be exciting, or the they could be boring. So what keeps us going. The back story. In this case even in season 2 we are still wondering: Why Lizzy? Why these criminals?, who is the syndicate that Red is running from?, Is Red Lizzy’s daddy?, And today episode Who what why is the Fulcrum!
Ah, lovely spring time is in the air finally. The birds, the glitches and the Easter Eggs, because as gamers we are all about finding those special things in our games that makes up gitty. Since it is that Holiday weekend, why not talk about some of our favorite Easter Eggs in gaming? Let’s get right into it.
OMG!! Give me a moment here. The writers just did a 360 on us. They took it, flipped it and turned it upside down. Did I not say the flash was Banging!!
I can imagine being a Father trying to teach their child how to be a better person is a struggle, especially when your child has already been taught a different path. Damien Wayne came to Bruce out of nowhere, but the biggest shock was finding out that he was his; however his upbringing under Ras Al Ghul brings complications to their relationship. There is a line that Batman/Bruce will not cross, but Damien as the new Robin is struggling to fight the choice between Justice and Vengeance.
Some series get all the love, it’s not like all series are created equal but some are just loved more the others. Any manga series, assuming it does well, eventually gets a little more than just a running serial. The extras that come with success include a Light Novel version, Drama CDs, OVA’s, Anime season(s), Movie(s), a Live Action series, Spin-off series, Prequels and Sequels. Funny enough there is no order to how they get those, and having one does not lead to the others. What I find the most odd is the “biggest” series rarely get half of those done, and some series that most people might not have even heard of can get them all.