What a year for video games! This list will probably come as no surprise to anyone, but if you are yet to play any of these games then read on to why you should!
“When the first living thing existed, I was there waiting. When the last living thing dies, my job will be finished. I’ll put the chairs on the tables, turn out the lights and lock the universe behind me when I leave.” says Death, the elder sister of Dream in regards to the grandest cycle of them all. The very nature of all existence as we can comprehend. But in regards to Gaiman’s highly acclaimed Sandman series, Death should’ve closed up properly long ago.
Whoever is in charge of fledgling social media network Vero must have some deep and primal knowledge no one else knows. With no prior warning, the transparency championing networking site has gone from relative obscurity to the forefront of digital sharing spaces. So what’s all the fuss about? I dove a little deeper into its beautiful UI to find out.
Having missed the original on the PS2 and the remaster on the PS3, I decided with the release of the PS4 remaster it was finally time to get the low down on one of the most celebrated games of all time. What did I discover? Read on to find out!
In terms of childhood films, I was at a perfect age to experience several amazing film franchises. I was nine years old when the first film in both the Harry Potter and Lord of the Rings series was released, catapulting my imagination into new lands of wonder and amazement. But it was a year earlier when my dad took me to see X-Men, unleashing the world of Marvel on me. So I grew up in tandem with the MCU and it holds a special place in my heart. But the last couple of years that love was on the verge of collapse. Until now.
While researching a previous article on Patreon and Kickstarter’s Drip, I discovered a website called Hatreon. It is invite only, launched less than six months ago and is very similar to the aforementioned sites except it has no limits on “Hate speech”. Continue reading inside because, yes, it does get worse.
We live in a time of great change in the world of ‘subscription-based backing’. Patreon, the towering Goliath in the field, shot itself in the foot a few months ago with a controversial change in fees. This has allowed a credible challenger in Drip to arise. But was Patreon’s falter, enough to allow it to be toppled? Let’s dive a little deeper.