‘Kingdom Hearts III’ is a beautiful game from start to finish. The characters experience growth from start to finish and the player finally gets answers to almost everything.
'Starlink: Battle for Atlas' can be confusing and frustrating at points, but it's wonderful overall. It’s fun to play and doesn’t get boring because of how much there is to do.
For both newcomers and veterans of ‘My Hero Academia,’ ‘My Hero Academia: Two Heroes’ captures your attention from the start. Class 1-A are their usual loveable selves, especially Bakugo, and the few new characters were memorable. Some background was given for All Might, so it was neat to see the No. 1 hero when he was younger. The fighting sequences were action-packed and just beautiful to watch. The animation looked amazing, and ‘My Hero Academia: Two Heroes’ proved just how much better MHA would be if it were always on the big screen.
‘Venom’ is a must-see with all of its dark, gorgeous combat scenes. Tom Hardy makes Eddie Brock lovable and memorable, and Venom himself adds to the movie’s dark factor. It is fast-paced, which makes it enjoyable, but also hurts the movie in a few ways. Despite that, even without Spider-Man included, ‘Venom’ makes a beautiful movie worth watching.
This episode wrapped up an arc and began the next one. It dealt a lot with the aftermath of the attack, and highlighted what UA is going to do next. The animation is beautiful and shows some interesting scenes. It deals with the loss of a friend and how people feel about that. Overall, the episode helps excite the viewer for what is coming up next.