Game Review: Gunman Clive (3DS)Game Review: Gunman Clive (3DS) by NinjaHeart
A lot of the people I know grew up with Megaman, and nowadays, getting a new game has proved more difficult than it would normally be. There was a time when a new Megaman game was coming out every consecutive year, but now--well, I think the closest thing we've gotten is Street Fighter X Megaman, which was only a fan game that Capcom officially approved. Sure, there's Keiji Inafune's new project Mighty No. 9, but that's still being delayed--so at this point, there's no way to play it. But here's the thing, classic Megaman fans--there already are two new classic Megaman games. But I wouldn't blame you for missing out on them, because they were released under a rather unassuming name--Gunman Clive and Gunman Clive 2. If Megaman and Contra had a lovechild that was raised on Westerns, Gunman Clive would be that game series, and yet almost nobody has talked about it. So I think it's time I remedied that.
Gunman Clive is a rather unassuming game at
Call Me Sam: Chapter 1Call Me SamCall Me Sam: Chapter 1 by NinjaHeart
Book 1 of the Heavenly Corps Chronicles
Chapter 1: Earth Angel
In retrospect, I should have known something was wrong from the beginning.
It started out innocently enough-my boss had called me to his office on another assignment, and I was promptly on my way there, striding through the white marble halls of the Celestial Corps building as my sandals slapped against the floor, adjusting the golden belt on my standard-issue white robes as I went.
Finally, I arrived at my boss's office, and Barachiel greeted me with what I assumed was a nod of acknowledgement. It's difficult to tell with seraphim. Angels come in all shapes and sizes-from the cloudlike wisps that some human souls become, to the humanlike guardian angels like yours truly. And then there are the higher-ranking angels like nephilim and seraphim, which are more, for lack of a better word, monstrous. These are the angels you rarely see depicted-mostly because dangers are rarely huge enough for the officers to be sen
Book Review: William Shakespeare's Star WarsBook Review: William Shakespeare’s Star Wars Trilogy, by Ian Doescher.Book Review: William Shakespeare's Star Wars by NinjaHeart
Verily, the force ’tis strong with these!
I’ve always felt like kind of a minority among Internet reviewers. Most of the ones I follow seem to be huge fans of Star Trek and prefer it over Star Wars, but with me it’s the exact opposite. I never got into Star Trek, and maybe it’s the fact that I saw the Star Wars prequels first, but I don’t hate them as much as everyone else seems to. Granted, nowadays I can understand why people like the Star Trek movies (well, half of them anyway) and hate the Star Wars prequels, even though I don’t agree with all of it. But with the upcoming release of The Force Awakens, I think it’s time that I shared with you something awesome that I discovered completely by accident–William Shakespeare’s Star Wars.
Give that title a second to sink in–William. Shakespeare’s. Star Wars. It sounds strange, obviously–but i
My name is Eli, I'm 22, and I'm a writer by trade. My dream is to one day write screenplays for Hollywood movies, and have them be successful ones.|
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