We were looking forward to the Belcher's Cinematic debut last year but was hit with a year's delay and a season renewal instead. Hmmm...why does this sounds soo familiar? Oh, that's right...I typed exactly this last year! Yes, the Belcher family were on their way to the big screens before that pesky COVID-19 was supposed to delay the film to a late 2021 release. But, as faith would have it, COVID once again pushed the film into 2022. Luckily, thanks to a fresh trailer released earlier this week, we now know when is 2022 (you know, barring any further delays *fingers crossed*):
2021 is gone and dusted...and we must say, it was one of the most challenging years for not only Blue Crescent Studio but for the Jamaican animation industry as a whole. Anyway, the show must go on, and we are hoping/preparing much more regular content in 2022. But before we get to all of that, we have a little gift for you all:
When the name Xbox comes to mind, the word Halo instantly follows as it is now unimaginable to believe in a world where one exists without the other. Heck, one could argue that Microsoft owes a great debt to Bungie studios for creating the future Sci-Fi FPS, which propel their trajectory to the big boys' table in the gaming industry. But, that was Bungie's Halo, and despite already launching numerous games of their own in the series, the current overseers, 343 Industries, were always fighting an uphill battle to earn the trust of the die-hards Halo-ites. Will Halo Infinite finally be the difference? Here's the roundup:
I loved every minute of Coco and was more than happy with how Vivo turned out, so of course, I am readying my body for another Lin-Manuel joint. Some of my favourite Walt Disney movies are those wisp you away to new worlds/cultures, and is a tasty feast for not only your eyes, but the ears as well. So, does Encanto continues this fine tradition? Here's the review roundup:
Like the first born that grows up to only be outdone by their younger sibling in the eyes of their parents, the Shin Megami Tensei faces a similar reality. The hardcore dungeon crawler rpg has been taken over by the more mainstream pop flavour of the Persona series in recent years. Luckily, Level 5 still cares about it roots and thus, decided to give its fans another dose of the mainline series with Shin Megami Tensei V. Can the big brother keep up with the little brother? Here's the review roundup:
Quickly...a raise of hands for those who had no idea who the Guardians of Galaxy were before their debuts in the MCU. Hmmm, come on! It can't just be me...right? Sure, we can debate from sun up to sun down about the cinematographic quality of the movies found in the MCU, but what I love the most about it is the great job it does at introducing more of the expanded Marvel characters/universes. This brings us back to the Guardians of the Galaxy. I enjoyed the MCU movies (at least the first one) and would very much welcome another chance to wrap myself in its world. In step Marvel's Guardians Of The Galaxy the game, but can it better the movies in portraying these unlikely group of heroes? Or were we better off waiting for the third film? Here's the review roundup:
Hey I am Marlon Mcfarlane the writer here at Blue Crescent Studio & a longtime lover of all things Animation & Gaming.