I did it! I made it to the final day of the SixTAY Days of Writing Challenge!
It was like getting Ice Cream when I was expecting a Steak. I do like both but... I just wanted steak...
Have you seen Nichijou? If not, well, YOU DEFINITIVELY SHOULD.
Back during the Game Boy Advance era, I didn’t managed to get any of the variations of the consoles. Not only it was expensive (compared to my allowance) but... well, yep, only because of that. I wasn’t exactly rich.
Attack on Titan Season 3 is finally here, and we already know it will be a titanregular sized, 24-Episode season, so there is a question we might need to ask ourselves:
Past friday, the Lucha Libre was granted Intangible Cultural Heritage position at Mexico City.
You might have noticed that now you can’t ‘star’ articles like before anymore: you now ‘Save (this article for later) and instead of a Star, we have the standard Bookmark icon. You can see it for yourself on the top-right part of this same article.
We got a good glimpse of the New Dragon Ball Super: Broly Movie Trailer at San Diego Comic-Con, but there was a detail during that panel that I couldn’t simply ignore:
Ok, last one. Have you ever wanted to overlay an image on top of another, but the image is in perspective? Simply overlaying it wouldn’t look nice, so, what can we do?
The Elite Beat Agents game is something like a time capsule of past times, where popular or significant music is paired with over-the-top stories in which the characters are cheered up by Men In Black with sick dance moves.
Today, I’ll try the news reporting post theme.
The Switch already has VOEZ, Ark: Survival Evolved is supposedly dropping by Fall and, of course, Fortnite is there, too...
Imagine being in the mid 2000’s. The internet is not yet the behemoth it is today, Blockbuster is the king of a Netflix-less entertainment niche, and mp3 keeps gaining ground against the CD.
For this SixTAY Days of Writing post, I’ll try to translate this review article, originally published on Gizmodo en Español:
(Video)Gaming is now an international thing, and the current technology allows an hyper-realistic, story-rich, movie-like experience like never before... and thankfully it also allows additional languages to be used.
Thanks to the power of the Nintendo Switch, we can now have literally hundreds of Kirbies on screen...
Well, I don’t actually hate Konami, but you get the idea.
In this article I’ll summarize all that I’ve written about the Kinja Image Tricks, for reference.
Not the full-of-water pool type of pool, but the thing where a small number of dub/voice actors do a big amount of works (not sure what the correct phrase is).
NieR:Automata has a lot of endings. Here I’ll be writing about the “final” one. IF YOU HAVEN’T EVEN PLAYED NIER:AUTOMATA... first:WHY? GO PLAY IT. And second, STOP READING.