Monthly Archives: March 2016

Daredevil: Is it wrong that I like the villain?

I’m reposting this review to celebrate the release of Daredevil Season 2 on Netflix… As I wrote last week, I enjoyed arvel’s Daredevil. Yet, as much as I liked protagonist Matt Murdock, I found the antagonist, crime boss Wilson Fisk (played by Vincent … Continue reading

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Daredevil: The last TV hero?

I’m reposting this review to celebrate the release of Daredevil Season 2 on Netflix… n the post-9/11 era, “heroes” became persona non grata in popular culture. Viewers seemed to view “hero” as equivalent to “simplistic” or “dull,” which didn’t fit the moral ambiguity … Continue reading

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“Mass Effect 3”

Mass Effect 3 is, for the most part, bigger and badder than its predecessors. This time, the Reapers invade the galaxy. Earth is devastated. Commander Shepard leads the counteroffensive and tries to give scientists enough time to build a superweapon that can … Continue reading

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“Mass Effect 2”

I don’t have much to say about Mass Effect 2, except to say that it’s good. Very good. ME2 continues Shepard’s story from the first game. The bench of characters is larger this time around and more diverse. Throughout the game, … Continue reading

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“Mass Effect”

I’d heard about Mass Effect for years, but it wasn’t until my cousin recommended it that I decided to take the plunge. I’m glad I did. Mass Effect is not only a good science fiction story, but also represents how video games can take … Continue reading

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