Friday, July 21, 2017

So, So Many Games... (Part 2)

Now that I wrote about games I've played recently, let me tell to you about the games that I "want or consider to buy but in the end I may not have it because a reason or another" (or in short: it's a wishlist).

And just like the previous list, it'll be filled with mostly Playstation 4 games and maybe some Vita. Because I mainly play games on those two... and, so far, I only own those two.

Now, let's go!

(Oh, by the way, if you have a PSN account, you can add my ID: HrtsRxs. I'm not into multiplayer games but it's always fun to see other what's in other people's collection)

Tuesday, July 18, 2017

So, So Many Games... (Part 1)

This is (another) attempt to revive this pathetic blog of mine.

So let's start by talking about something I'm really happy with these past few months:

Video games.

It's been a good time to own a Playstation 4, really. Lots of great games, lots of remasters announcement (and actual release), and the fact that I subscribe to PS+ is an icing on the cake.

But of course all of those accumulate into one big problem for me where I feel there are just *too* many games too handle.

So let me recap some of the games I've played into some kind of list (in no particular order) or some sort.

*may got spoilery, proceed with caution*

Saturday, September 27, 2014

The Maze Runner Review

Hi, hello! Sorry for the long hiatus for *some* reasons. Well, anyway, I'm (hopefully) back now, with the review of The Maze Runner for a start.

"So, how is it? Is it good?"

Well, buddy, you're gonna read my review for that.

Note: Just like any other young-adult novel adaptation out there, I haven't read any of the book. So this is me, reviewing the movie, and only the movie.


Title: The Maze Runner (2014)

Director: Wess Ball

Cast: Dylan O'Brien, Aml Ameen, Thomas Brodie-Sangster, Ki Hong Lee

(Minor spoilers ahead)

Friday, May 23, 2014

Friday, May 16, 2014

Godzilla Review

Confession: Godzilla (1998) is not a bad giant-monster film, I saw it as kid and (that’s the reason why I) enjoyed it. The problem mostly came from the name “Godzilla” while the monster in the film itself has no any resemblance to any of Toho’s Godzilla which really—REALLY—angered the fans.

If the studio marketed the film as “America’s giant lizard film in the same universe as Godzilla” and changed the title into, anything but Godzilla, will it accepted better by the fans? I guess.

Fun fact: Toho own the trademark for the 1998 Godzilla and changed the name into “Zilla”.

Now let’s talk about the reboot, shall we? 


Title: Godzilla (2014)

Director: Gareth Edwards

Cast: Bryan Cranston, Ken Watanabe, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Elizabeth Olsen

(Minor spoilers ahead)

Wednesday, May 14, 2014

Godzilla: Strike Zone Review


Title: Godzilla: Strike Zone

Platform: iOS/Android

Size: 87,3 MB

(I’ve just realized that this is my very first time reviewing a (mobile) game, so... yay?)

Saturday, May 3, 2014

The Amazing Spider-Man 2 Review

[Just an opening, skip this if you want to go straight to the review]
Waktu pertama kali melihat berita mengenai reboot The Amazing Spider-Man, gue sedikit bersyukur karena berarti tidak perlu ada kelanjutan Spider-Man 3. Tapi setelah melihat trailer dan kostum The Amazing Spider-Man, gue menjadi tidak tertarik dan bahkan memutuskan untuk tidak menontonnya di bioskop.
Kemudian setelah beberapa lama, mumpung senggang, gue menonton The Amazing Spider-Man melalui salah satu channel di Tv berlangganan. Dan... gue teramat bersyukur memilih untuk  tidak menonton film tersebut di bioskop.

Kostum adalah hal utama yang mengganggu gue dari awal. Memang teramat subjektif, tapi, entahlah, rasanya kombinasi warna yang dipilih (terutama warna biru muda yang digunakan), desain ‘mata’ yang membuat kepala Spidey terlihat seperti alien, dan ‘tekstur bola basket’ yang ada pada kostumnya teramat tidak nyaman untuk dilihat.

Kemudian, dari segi cerita. To put it simply, it’s just too damn mediocre. I realized the fact that this Spidey is more Spidey than the last (how he moves, how he talks, how he cracks jokes) but, that’s it. The villain is so mediocre and the story is forgettable.

The Amazing Spider-Man is disappointing.

[Opening ends here]

So, how’s The Amazing Spider-Man 2?



Title: The Amazing Spider-Man 2 (2014)

Director: Marc Webb

Cast: Andrew Garfield, Emma Stone, Jamie Foxx, Dane DeHaan

(Minor spoilers ahead)