Over the past month, I completed two video games: The Last of Us and Nier:Automata. I’ll talk about the latter at a later date, but damn, these are some good games.
Main points of this game I’d like to emphasise (TL;DR, basically):
– FREAKING motion sickness. What’s with this game?! I can only play 30 mins at a time before lying in a befuddled state of vertigo in bed (stop making the torchlight swings so violent, goddammit)
– Enjoyed premise, visuals, characters, story, gameplay
– Moral greyness of the ending was excellent!
Mystery, thriller, crime, action, adventure — all rolled into one exciting read!
The Third Party is a secret organization dedicated to moving humanity towards a future of peace and prosperity. A future where hunger, poverty, and war no longer exist. An organization so dedicated to its ideals that it is made up of spies, saboteurs and assassins for whom the ends justify the means, no matter how atrocious.
BlackMail has spent her entire adult life dedicated to the cause of The Party. She has lived her life knowing that she is working for the greater good of humanity and the world, and it doesn’t matter how they achieve that.
Her dedication has made her one of The Party’s top agents, and The Party has tasked her with training a young woman, Jade, who they believe will become The Party’s next top agent.
When The Party sends them on a mission that goes horribly wrong it will forever change BlackMail, Jade, and The Third Party.
Calling fantasy and dragon lovers! Is action and magic your thing? Is a fight for survival your cup of tea? Check this out!
As a renowned Drak Rider, Rhiannon Elers and her dragon, Iberax, fly all over Ilrion exploring what she never got to see when executing quests for her Master. All of a sudden, that new-found freedom is pulled out from beneath her. Now on a mission for the king she has to find the Orb of Egregious in the forbidden Dark Lands. Not only will she be traveling all across Ilrion for this orb, but she has to do it with Darrin Hallacre – a fellow Drak Rider and the king’s pet. He is as charming and handsome as he is mysterious, and Rhiannon’s heart and mind is put to the ultimate test. And just when Rhiannon thought she knew everything, a shocking truth forces her to take a step back and question everything, even herself. Rhiannon will endure a quest that will not only alter her life forever, but prove that a will of steel is what she needs to survive.
Check out this epic fantasy adventure set in medieval times, where music is forbidden and a young girl is pursued in her efforts to save her brother.
In a world where music is against the law, Creak, a young musician, finds herself as one of the king’s targets. In order to protect her brother, Creak leaves him behind and flees their home village. Fighting the king’s minions and her own internal battles Creak must make it to the rebels before she is caught by the young royal knight with mysterious eyes. But, traveling becomes a lot more dangerous when the king makes a wish that puts all musicians in danger. Will Creak survive or die trying to reach the rebels? What will happen to her brother? Are the rebels even safe?
Hall of Games follow enslaved girl Cadence in a world where magic holders serve and rule. Enter a breathtaking magical world with love, betrayal, and a war that threatens Cadence’s life as she knew it.
In the harsh winter of Moskava, Cadence is doing all she can to keep her family alive. Her brother is Varya, someone with special abilities who are required by the Law to serve in the capital, the Hall of Games. When the Patrols come looking for her brother, Cadence volunteers to draft as into the army alongside with Cole. She never thought that a simple decision like that would land her in a game of betrayal and hurt. Something sinister is brewing inside the Hall of Games. Hunted down by her former Mistress and an unknown enemy, Cadence must escape the Hall of Games or face a fate worse than death.
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Oooh so it’s been a while since I watched thrillers, having had a constant stream of fantasy and horrors recently. This was my partner’s suggestion after watching half of Jurassic World and getting bored. Starring Sylvester Stallone and Arnold Schwarzenegger, this film was guaranteed to be filled with action and poor enunciation — and I was not disappointed.