Apart from a few sessions at our good friends' VRX Virtual Reality and eSports Center, we don't have much experience with the newest form of gaming. We heard of great VR games such as Supershot and its amazing implementation in games like Resident Evil 7 but, there was never that one game to drives us to purchase. Until they went ahead and added the Half-Life brand to a VR game that is. The Half-Life series is legendary in gaming so, it was interesting to see the next game in the series be a VR game. So was this a smart move? Here's the review roundup:
Despite it falling just short of making our most anticipated 2020 animated films, The Willoughbys had our interest thanks to its affiliation with streaming giants Netflix. We were smart to do so as Netflix has proven with the stellar Klaus (and hundred more of their other original animated content) that its involvement usually produces quality. We see a glimpse of this quality with today's reveal of The Willoughbys' first trailer:
March 10 is widely known as MAR10 Day. A day where Nintendo fans all over the world pay homage to the Super Mario Bros franchise and to the chubby super plumber himself. We are at Blue Crescent Studio are big Nintendo fans ourselves and thus, to join in on the celebrations, we originally compiled a ranked list of our favourite Super Mario games. Sadly, tragedy struck as the dreaded Coronavirus stole the show when the Jamaican Government announced our first reported case the same day prompting us to delay this feature out of respect. Nonetheless, the show must go on. Ranked 5 to 1, here are our favourite mainline Super Mario games:
I began writing this blog some time ago as a means of sharing/expressing my love for all things animation and gaming to anyone willing to pay attention. It was only supposed to be a side hobby of mine in between working on animated projects. Now, with over 300 blog posts to date, Di Blog has grown beyond my wildest dreams, so much so that we have decided to make it into its very own Mobile App on the Google Play Store.
If you were one of the many anime fans that believed that ending the Bleach series without the manga's final arc was doing the series a serious disservice, then you are in luck. Today the Weekly Shonen Jump officially confirmed the longstanding rumours of Ichigo and the rest of gangs' return to the anime world.
Last month I introduced here the Crunchyroll 'Originals', eight anime projects that are backed financially by the streaming platform for exclusivity. From that same post, I could not hide my excitement for Tower of God and awaited news of its release upon bated breath. Well, my friends, I am happy to say that time has come as Crunchyroll recently revealed the anime's release date. To sweeten the pot, even more, they also gave us a new trailer geek over:
Hey I am Marlon Mcfarlane the writer here at Blue Crescent Studio & a longtime lover of all things Animation & Gaming.