Yeah, yeah, I know I just did an article centered around My Little Pony, but my anticipation for season four has my pony-loving fangirl fangasms reaching new heights that I previously wouldn’t have found physically possible. So, before Disney Month takes over my life, I’m going to talk about what is without a doubt my favorite episode of the show that, sadly, gets a lot of hate and negative reviews. Well, this will probably be more of a rant than a review, so enjoy.
Another pony article. Yay. I can just hear the enthusiasm oozing from the non-brony Happy Katana community. Either way, today I’m going to be talking about the recently released storyboards for season four of My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic, my thoughts on them, and my anticipation for what will be yet another spectacular season of an amazing show.
Hello there, Happy Katana fans! Today, I’m going to give a shoutout to the awesome video game website, 1001-Up. It was created after the editors discovered the excellent book, 1001 Video Games You Must Play Before You Die. Their goal is to review all 1001 games. Not only that, but they review games that came out after the latest entry in the book, as well as providing news, previews, and more. The writing is excellent, and it is surely one of the best new websites of 2013: http://1001-up.com/
If there’s one thing that the next generation consoles have me excited for, it’s Elder Scrolls Online. For hardcore fans of the Elder Scroll series (Arena, Daggerfall, Morrowind, Oblivion, and Skyrim, for those of you unfamiliar with the full name of this Bethesda franchise), it’s much anticipated. But why, do you ask, does it have such a bizarre name? Well, fanboys, (or fangirls, like me) hold your breath, because Elder Scrolls online is slated to be Bethesda’s first MMO (massively multiplayer online game). Popular examples of MMOs are Runescape, and World of Warcraft. However, not only is ESO an MMO, but it’s going to be the one of the few MMOs to ever hit a console, being available on PC, as well as PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. Fans are pretty divided over Online, however. Some have wanted multiplayer in Elder Scrolls long before Skyrim was around, but others feel that, since Elder Scrolls has always been a singleplayer RPG, it needs to stay that way. That, and there will be a subscription fee, but we’ll get more into that later.
This article is just going to talk about some things we know about the game, as well as my opinion about the more controversial issues.