Despite a longer run than its source material Teen Titans, which aired from 2003-2006, and ratings that rival those of broadcast television, it seems that Cartoon Network’s Teen Titans Go! can’t catch a break with the critics.
After a short break, I picked XC2 back up. Definitely in chapter 2 is where the game starts to reveal itself, in contrast to the heavy tutorial based first chapter. The second chapter still has quite a lot of helpful hints and tips, but to be honest I’m pretty much ignoring them. I know everyone gets mad when a blogger or streamer skips the tutorial and has no idea how to play the game but honestly I feel like I’m not having any trouble despite not really having any idea what I’m doing.
So a whopping 14 months after its release, I finally downloaded Mario Run onto my phone. Initially, I stayed as far away from it as possible thinking that any mobile app with “run” in the title is just going to be Temple Run with a different skin. It’s so easy today to slap on a license to a terrible game, make a ton of money off of the initial frenzy, and then forget it ever happened (*cough* literally all the Harry Potter games *cough*).
However, that’s not at all the case with Mario Run.
My $300 Zelda machine is no longer just that! I picked up Xenoblade Chronicles 2 on a whim, firstly because it looked like Anime: The Video Game and secondly there is a side quest in BOTW that references Xenoblade, so I thought I would check it out. Here are my thoughts and first impressions.
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild will be hitting the one-year anniversary of it’s release date in less than two weeks and I feel like I’m still reading about new discoveries in the game everyday. And even so, there is still tons for players to discover all on their own.
After buying my $300 Zelda machine, I recently finished Breath of the Wild and it was majorly worth it.
(Minor spoilers to follow!)
As younger people are becoming more accepting of tattoos, it’s become nearly impossible to escape the never-ending stream of first tattoo posts on my social media feeds. Getting a tattoo is something that I’ve thought about since middle school, and nothing gives the psychological go-ahead like everyone you know getting one! However, it’s incredibly easy to regret a tattoo if you don’t plan properly. Today, I’ll share with you my regretful first-tattoo experience through some dos and don’ts, so hopefully you don’t end up like me.