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Demon's Souls Review
Winston Churchill said that victors tend to write history, and one could easily say the same about the history of videogames. There are many titles that "official" videogame reviewers praise to the point where it's incredibly difficult, if not impossible, to find dissenting opinions, let alone even the remotest criticism of such games. However, the Internet has paved the way for average gamers such as this reviewer to contribute opposing opinion to the zeitgeist, with Yours Truly having been able to identify serious flaws in even the most highly-acclaimed titles. Among these hypothetical masterpieces is Demon's Souls, which received plentiful journalistic fellatio upon its release in 2009, falling under his ever-increasing list of critically-acclaimed disappointments.
The first warning sign of things gone wrong is that the developers and publishers of the game in both Japan and North America apparently loved their own logos to the point where they force players to sit through ev
My Chinese Coach Review
If you're on the road to being able to speak with most inhabitants of the world, odds are that you'll want to learn the Chinese language, specifically the Mandarin dialect, the most heavily spoken language on Earth. While this reviewer would rather master Japanese so he could play and understand Japanese RPGs that will likely never see English versions, he nonetheless had an interest in Chinese since Japanese uses Chinese characters, known as hanzi or kanji, although that's largely where the similarity between the two languages ends, as Chinese has vastly different grammar than Japanese despite using many of the same characters.
Since Chinese is an oriental language like Japanese, however, there are many similarities between My Chinese Coach and My Japanese Coach, and all but one of the games in the former are the same as those in the latter title. The original game in My Chinese Coach is one where the player must select the correct tone marker that belong sin a wo
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That, Avadaci concluded, had been the extent of his grandfather’s kindness. Thank the stars he had broken his neck after a failed attempt to ascend the castle staircase. Not that many were privy to this information. The official listing on the cause of death involved something along the lines of falling in battle after slaying at least a dozen demons, although this was treated with quite a bit of skepticism by the general populace. Yet, interestingly enough, a decent portion of the locals believed a tale about the cannibals of Unkhtom devouring him whole.
Not that Avadaci really cared how his grandfather had died. He was just glad he was dead. And if he was glad his grandfather had died, Avadaci wondered, why did he have to attend his funeral? In fact, the whole kingdom was glad his grandfather had died. Why did they have to attend the funeral?
“Oh Avad,” proclaimed his mother, “obv
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