This episode was a different take on the attack on the training camp with some of Class 1-A being attacked by a classmate who cannot control their quirk. All of the villains of the Vanguard Action Squad are shown, and the viewer is able to see each creepy persona of the team. The fighting once again looks beautiful, and the stakes appear to be at the highest yet.
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'Infectonator 3: Apocalypse' is certainly a Flash game brought to Steam. It keeps the simple fun gameplay of the original, but doesn’t have the meat expected of a Steam release. The game costs $13, and adds nothing to the experience to make it worth that price tag. The only thing that might be considered an “addition” from the Flash originals is added length, which serves to highlight how repetitive and shallow the gameplay actually is. Add on barely passable presentation and embarrassing jokes, and the game lacks the life of the original games. If you want to experience the Flash originals again, just go and play the originals.
Charlie Puth has really upped his game this go around. His music feels slightly different, although not entirely. Love and relationship issues plague this album and hurt his originality. He never falters from his familiar content and this is what makes his music unique and his own. The album is a good listen and is worth the money overall.
Tropical Freeze for the Nintendo Switch is a hard game to recommend. As far as platformers go, it’s very challenging and often frustrating. Tropical Freeze was released at a full $60, and that’s enough to not recommend this game, considering it’s a port with only one new mode. Tropical Freeze has its moments, but in the end those moments aren’t enough to justify the countless lives you’ll lose while playing through this game. If you’re a hardcore platformer or Donkey Kong fan, you’ll love this game. Otherwise, you can pass on Tropical Freeze for the Nintendo Switch.
This episode mainly focused on the action of a few fights with the classmates given permission to go against the law and fight for their lives, adding emotion to the suspense. The few highlighted fights showed some interesting villains and their quirks, while showing how some students struggle to fight against a real-threat. It’s not easy, and this episode is sure to remind the viewer of that with each second. The plot of the story arc progresses a lot in this episode, but the overall storyline of the show is not impacted that much.
The episode fulfills so many needs the season has been leading up to. Overall, the episode was carefully crafted with beautiful animation and a great use of a soft piano to really pull on the heartstrings. This is definitely the episode to not miss.
Overall, the Nintendo Labo is definitely a weird piece of technology that has yet to find its exact place in the gaming audience. The game shines brightest when people work together to create each toy. Otherwise, it can feel pretty disappointing and lonely. Despite the exhausting moments of the setup, there are unique and interesting ways to create and play.
This is movie is for everyone who has followed the MCU. However, it’s possible to enjoy the film without seeing every single Marvel film. The important movies to see are Thor: Ragnarok, Doctor Strange, Captain America: Civil War, and Guardians of the Galaxy vol. 2. While this may seem like a massive cliffhanger, the story is actually complete from Thanos’ perspective. Despite all of its flaws, the movie ultimately succeeds and does the unthinkable; killing Spider-Man.
This episode is what makes My Hero Academia great. The minimal flashbacks add to the drama, making the viewer feel for each and every character. There are also some great scenes showcasing how powerful quirks are getting while being pushed to the limit in the training camp. This episode sets up for the drama and fight yet to come, and leaves the viewer on the edge of their seat. It is a beautiful episode.
You have to step out there and proclaim loudly to the whole world the change it needs. And only then, can you make a difference.
Growth. If I had to describe my freshman year in one word, it’d be that one.
We're back witches, with another magical episode of the Coven Podcast. This week, we're looking at the issues surrounding Channel Awesome. From sexual harassment, rape scripts, mismanagement, and non-apologies for all this, it seems to be one of YouTube's many sinking ships.
When student newsrooms lack editorial independence, they cannot properly inform their campus communities.
This week on Remixed we are discussing Nicki Minaj and her new song (also how much we love her), ZAYN and how we feel about him and thoughts on his music, and Bebe Rexha's new songs. All of this and more on this week's episode of Remixed.
“Wrath” provides a greatly satisfying ending to the season despite a few hiccups. Characters completely change who they are with little to no reasoning and it is ultimately a glorified Deus ex machina that saves the day. Despite any issues, “Wrath” ends on a high note that leads to a promising future of the show.
There were no duds at Frog Baby Film Festival 2018. From top to bottom, the lineup of short films was full of clever and enjoyable submissions in a wide range of genres and styles. The cowboy westerns, action and horror films, and dystopian comedies made it impossible to know what to expect next, and that’s not even to mention the categories for documentaries and music videos. The only thing these films had in common was that they all showcased the undeniable talent of Ball State’s own home-brewed filmmaking community.
We associate music with cultures, genders, time periods and so much more.
Overall, the episode greatly improved in terms of pacing and development from the first episode of the season. Not only were new heroes shown off, but the series has created quite a build-up for the training at the summer camp. This episode has created a perfect set-up for viewers to anticipate action.
If you’re looking for a juicy piece of cinema to hold you over until the summer movie season starts up, 'Rampage' isn’t for you. However, if you’re a fan of things like the 'Sharknado' franchise or enjoy watching bad movies, it’s not a bad pick. It’s cheesy, it’s almost pulpy, and a perfect entry in the endless series of movies featuring Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson in a jungle wearing what seems to be the only shirt he owns. Wait for the home release, though.