Author: midnightwhisper

Putting herself in the position as an editor, MidnightWhisper likes writing and editing things. She makes what we write not look like a mess.
Gaming
PC
Reviews

Home Security [2018] – REVIEW

While rummaging through the bottomless, unfiltered pit that is the Steam indie store, I discovered an odd duckling called, Home Security; an obscure and low-budget indie horror game that seemed to attempted to merge Scott Cawthon’s Five Nights at Freddy’s and Shawn Hitchcock’s Lilly Wants to Play. The key word here is “attempted” because Home Security is a messy pot […]

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Film
Reviews

Venom [2018] – REVIEW

It’s safe to say that after the negative reviews started rolling in for Venom last week, I didn’t expect much when I took my annual Marvel pilgrimage to the cinema yesterday. I consider myself a semi-casual comic book reader, but having grown up in the 90’s and early 2000’s I watched a lot of Spider-Man […]

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Editorial
Gaming

Ready Player One in Real Life?! – Ludus VS VRChat

Unless you’ve been hiding in a cave for the last few years, chances are you’ve at least heard of virtual reality. Traversing the virtual ether was, up until a few years ago, the talk of science fiction; not counting Nintendo’s Virtual Boy, which offered a limited and painful virtual experience in the mid-90s. Thankfully we’ve […]

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Film
Reviews

Johnny English Strikes Again [2018] – REVIEW

Johnny English Strikes Again is the third entry in the Johnny English film series. I genuinely enjoyed the second one, so going into this movie, I was interested in seeing more spy antics. Unfortunately, this film disappoints with a predictable plot and several flat jokes. WRITING The movie follows Johnny English, a retired spy teaching […]

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Gaming
Reviews
Xbox One

Assassin’s Creed: Origins [2017] – REVIEW

I remember being 11 years old when the first Assassin’s Creed game hit shelves. I wasn’t able to buy it for myself, but I remember watching other people play it, and there was just something so genuinely cool about it. Maybe it was the old world setting, or maybe it was the intense focus on […]

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