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The book and the movie are two very different interpretations of the same concept. For me it was a very fascinating read about language, perception, and science. I felt that the book was a more personal one, with the daughter’s story being interjected serving as a layman’s explanation for the discoveries being found. It also showed […]Read more "The Arrival and the Story of Your Life."
I think I would clock more hours into watching Korean variety shows than streaming anime or English TV series. Japan might be known for their weird game shows and J-Drama, but the Korean showbiz and television industry is another beast. It is well established with stratified job titles and show genres. Their popular culture is very much centered around it, […]Read more "Meanwhile, on Korean TV."
We found this game yesterday when while searching for references for the a project. As a fan of racing games and mechs I thought it was cool. Their site looks awesome with all the different mech renders and concept art. The game itself, though? It’s a bit lackluster. I thought the game was new, but apparently […]Read more "BREAKARTS Cyber Battle Racing. It’s Kind Of Bad But I Keep Playing It."
Season 3 has struck me as even more cunning than the last one. So much that I couldn’t wait to do a writeup of some of the more prominent players this season. I’m only up to episode 9 as of writing this. The games have been brilliant, laid with more loopholes in the rules. The cast […]Read more "The Black Garnets"
In The Genius, one player is eliminated every episode and the last remaining player is the champion. The main match decides the winner and elimination candidate for the day and the winner receives a token of life which grants immunity from the death match.The loser chooses a player without a token of life to take part […]Read more "The Genius Season 1. By the Numbers."