Quest for Camelot(Review)

 

Hello, my name is Charles and I’m here to review the animated movie: Quest for Camelot. This movie was released on May 15, 1998.

 

The protagonists in this movie are Kayley (main heroine)(the daughter of Sir Lionel and Lady Juliana),

Garrett (main hero)(a blind hermit),

Devon & Cornwall (main heroes)(a two-headed dragon)(the right-sided head is Devon and the left-sided head is Cornwall),

Arthur (hero)(the King of Camelot),

Merlin (hero)(Sorcerer)(King Arthur’s advisor) and Ayden (a silver-winged falcon)(Merlin’s pet).

 

The antagonists in this movie are Sir Ruber (main villain)(Ex-Knight of the Round Table) and the Griffin (villain)(Sir Ruber’s pet/enforcer).

 

This movie takes place in the Medieval Era during the days of King Arthur. The locations in this movie are Juliana and Kayley’s Home, the Forbidden Forest, Dragon Country, the Rock-Ogre’s Cave and Camelot.

 

In conclusion, I found this movie to be mystically superb in comedy, music, fantasy and adventure thus making this movie a family-favorite film for all to see. “So next stop: Camelot!”

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Crash Bandicoot: N Sane Trilogy(Review)

Hello, my name is Charles and I’m here to review Crash Bandicoot: N-Sane Trilogy for the PlayStation 4. This game trilogy consists of Crash Bandicoot, Crash Bandicoot 2: Cortex Strikes Back and Crash Bandicoot 3: Warped.

 

The storyline of Crash Bandicoot involves Crash Bandicoot and Aku Aku as he attempts to foil Dr. Neo Cortex’s plans to mutate animals into his private army and rescue his bandicoot girlfriend Tawna.

The storyline of Crash Bandicoot 2: Cortex Strikes Back involves Crash Bandicoot and Aku Aku as he attempts to foil Dr. Neo Cortex’s plans to gather Ancient Crystals to power his Cortex Vortex which he intends to use to enslave the minds of everyone on the entire planet.

The storyline of Crash Bandicoot 3: Warped involves Crash Bandicoot, his little sister Coco Bandicoot and Aku Aku as they attempt to foil Dr. Neo Cortex and Uka Uka’s plans to gather Ancient Crystals and Ancient Gems across the vast reaches of time via their Time Twister Machine.

 

The antagonists Crash Bandicoot faces off against in this game are Dr. Neo Cortex,

Uka Uka,

Papu Papu

(Crash Bandicoot),

Koala Kong (Crash Bandicoot),

Pinstripe Potoroo (Crash Bandicoot),

Dr. Nitrus Brio (Crash Bandicoot,

Komodo Brothers (Crash Bandicoot 2),

Dingodile (Crash Bandicoot 3),

Dr. Nefarious Tropy (Crash Bandicoot 3),
Ripper Roo (Crash Bandicoot 1 & 2),

Tiny Tiger (Crash Bandicoot 2 & 3) and Dr. N. Gin (Crash Bandicoot 2 & 3).

 

In conclusion, I think it’s so cool that they brought back Crash Bandicoot for a new and improved encore performance of N-Sanely, crazed proportions.

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LEGO: Marvel’s Avengers(Review)

Hello, my name is Charles and I’m here to review LEGO: Marvel’s Avengers for the PlayStation 4. LEGO: Marvel’s Avengers is based on multiple Marvel films.

 

The multiple Marvel films in this game are Marvel’s the Avengers,

Marvel’s Avengers: Age of Ultron,

Marvel’s Captain America: The First Avenger,

Marvel’s Captain America: The Winter Soldier,

Marvel’s Iron Man 3 and Marvel’s Thor: The Dark World.

 

The movie locations in this game are Baron Strucker’s Castle (Marvel’s Avengers: Age of Ultron),

SHIELD Secret Base (Marvel’s The Avengers),

Stuttgart, Germany (Marvel’s The Avengers),

SHIELD Helicarrier UNN Alpha (Marvel’s The Avengers),

New York City (Marvel’s the Avengers),

HeliCarrier (Marvel’s Captain America: The Winter Soldier),

STARK Mansion, Malibu (Marvel’s Iron Man 3),

ROXXON Corporation, Tennessee (Marvel’s Iron Man 3),

Asgard (Marvel’s Thor: The Dark World),

London (Marvel’s Thor: The Dark World),

AVENGERS Tower (Marvel’s Avengers: Age of Ultron),

Korea (Marvel’s Avengers: Age of Ultron) and Sokovia (Marvel’s Avengers: Age of Ultron).

 

In conclusion, I found that this game truly showcases all said Marvel films in true, humorous LEGO fashion which in turn gives its multiple story plots an extra twist every way/every time.

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Inuyasha: Secret of the Divine Jewel (Review)

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Hello, my name is Charles and I’m here to review Inuyasha: Secret of the Divine Jewel for the Nintendo DS.

 

The protagonists in this game are as follows:

 

Janis (Main Heroine-Game Exclusive/American/Human)(Weapon: a Naginata called Akanemaru)(Powers: a Divine Power called Kamuitama),

 

Inuyasha (Main Hero/Hanyo “a Half-Demon”)(Weapon: a Sovereign Blade called Tessaiga Which is also known as the Sword of Man/Fang of Destruction),

 

Kagome Higurashi (Main Heroine/Human)(Weapon: Bow & Arrows)(Powers: Sacred, Spiritual Abilities),

 

Shippo (Hero/Fox-Demon/Child)(Weapon: Fox-Fire)(Powers: Fox Magic & Transformations),

 

Miroku (Hero/Monk/Human)(Weapons: Sacred Sutras & the Shakujo Staff)(Powers: the Kazaana “the Wind Tunnel”),

 

Sango (Heroine/Demon-Slayer/Human)(Weapons: a Katana “a Japanese Sword” & a Giant Boomerang called Hiraikotsu) and Kirara (Heroine/Nekomata “a Two-Tailed Cat-Demon”).

 

The antagonists in this game are as follows:

 

Naraku (Main Antagonist/Demon)(Weapon: Miasma “a Near-Fatal, Acidic Poison”) and Datara (Main Antagonist-Game Exclusive/Japanese/God of Storms)(Weapon: Sword).

 

In conclusion, I’ve learned through this game that even the most timeless of friendships can transcend even the most distant of cultural boundaries which in turn proves that while we all may have our unique differences & faults, we’re still in fact connected as a human species in mind, body, heart, & soul.

(Naginata)

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(Hiraikotsu)

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(Tessaiga’s Forms-Top To Bottom)(Tessaiga-Dormant Form/Tessaiga-True Form/Tessaiga Red Form ” the blade glows a deep, crimson red”/Tessaiga-Adamant Form “the blade is automatically coated in a 14K diamond skin/Tessaiga-Dragon Scaled Form “the blade is automatically coated in Dragon Scales/Tessaiga-Black Form “the blade glows a starry, cosmic black).

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Digimon World 3 (Review)

Hello, my name is Charles and I’m here to review Digimon World 3 for the PlayStation 1. This is the 3rd game in the Digimon World franchise.

 

The characters in this game are Junior (main protagonist), Ivy (protagonist/friend/rival), Teddy (protagonist/friend).

 

The storyline in this game takes place in a unique version of the Digital World that is known in this game as Digimon Online.

 

In this game, you choose 1 of 3 starter packs that are comprised of 3 digimon each. The 3 starter packs are as followed:

 

Maniac Pack (Bearmon, Guilmon & Patamon),

 

Powerful Pack (Koemon, Agumon & Renamon),

 

Balanced Pack (Kotemon, Renamon & Patamon).

 

In conclusion, I found this game to be the absolute best out of all three Digimon World games for the PlayStation 1. Thus, I hope that this particular game review will help evolve or “Digivolve” everyone’s positive opinions, dreams and ideals into even greater positives.

(Junior)

(Patamon-Maniac Pack & Balanced Pack)

(Renamon-Powerful Pack & Balanced Pack)

(Agumon-Powerful Pack)

(Guilmon-Maniac Pack)

(Bearmon-Maniac Pack)

(Koemon-Powerful Pack)

(Kotemon-Balanced Pack)

 

Resident Evil 2 (2019) Review

Resident Evil 2 (2019) is the long-awaited remake of the beloved second installment from 1998 in the classic Survival Horror franchise, helping bring a more modern take using elements from more recent installments such as 4 and 7.

 

The game remains set in the fictional Raccoon City, where two people traveling there find themselves caught in the middle of an outbreak that has resulted in creating hordes of zombies and mutated creatures, searching for a way to escape while uncovering the truth of how it all started. While there are a few changes made, the story is largely the same as the original, with nothing really contradicting how everything already happened. This allows for a couple of mysteries and surprises for those who already played the original game.

 

The visuals are obviously improved to meet the standards of current games of this generation, using the game engine from 7 to give much more detail to the environment and enemies, showing the horrific imagery such as the grotesque monsters and/or the brutal killings in all their bloody disgusting glory. A lot of it will still look familiar to older fans, while also altering other parts to help it stay fresh. Either way, it’s quite impressive to look at, even if your heart or stomach can’t take it as well as your eyes.

 

The gameplay returns to its classic roots of giving you the option to either fight or run away from zombies, depending on the weapons or items you have and how much of them you’re allowed to carry. Healing items and ammo are in limited supplies, so you have to be careful of how you use them up, which has always been a source of tension. There’s also a few puzzles you need to solve in order to escape. It of course has all come a long way, and is improved upon for today’s audience.

 

While zombies are slow for the most part, there’s still a chance for them to grab you while you’re busy running and shooting. Aiming for the head isn’t gonna cut it this time, and they can follow you to most of the other rooms. One monster in particular is a near-indestructible brute that will keep looking for you no matter how much you run or hide. There’s a lot of suspense with having to deal with him menacingly coming your way and smashing you to the ground. There’s a lot of strategy involved with having to deal with all these creatures, as you still need to save some stuff for the bosses that you’ll definitely have to fight. So make sure you have enough firepower to take those on.

 

Overall, the game stays true to the original terrifying experience from 20 years ago, while still using the later improvements to the series to truly make it a new take on an old favorite. While some things are still removed or heavily altered, it doesn’t stray too far from what people originally got in the day. Even keeping some extra content for after already finishing the game so that you can keep playing some more afterwards. With all the expectations this remake had to live up to, it manages to do the original game justice.

MARVEL: Future Avengers (Review)

Hello, my name is Charles and I’m here to review the animated tv series MARVEL: Future Avengers. This series is comprised of 39 episodes (26 episodes in Season 1/13 episodes in Season 2).

 

The main protagonists in this series are Iron Man, Captain America, Thor, Wasp, Hulk, Black Panther, Spider-Man, Falcon, Iron Fist, Hawkeye, Black Widow, Ms. Marvel, Captain Marvel, Chloe (Future Avenger)(Power: Shape-Shifter), Adi (Future Avenger)(Power: TechnoPath-the ability to communicate/manipulate machines) and Makoto (Future Avenger)(Power: Wind-based abilities).

 

The main antagonists in this series are Red Skull, Enchantress, Deadpool, Winter Soldier, Klaw, Loki, Leader, Kang the Conqueror and the Inhumans (Lockjaw-Giant Bulldog/Power: Teleportation, Crystal-Medusa’s Sister/Power: Elemental-based abilities, Triton-Black Bolt’s brother/Fish-Human hybrid, Karnak-Black Bolt’s cousin/Martial Artist, Maximus the Mad-Black Bolt’s brother/Power: Mind-Control, Medusa-the Inhumans’ queen/Power: Super-Strong, Prehensile hair and Black Bolt-the Inhumans’ king/Power: a Destructive, HyperSonic voice).

 

In conclusion, I found that this series ultimately showcases the goal of passing on the Torch of Dreams, Ideals and Success onto the next generation and henceforth.

(Avengers and the Future Avengers)

(The Inhumans)