What begins with a disaster ends with love, sandwiching in a meaty filling of guns, conspiracies and Wendigo testicles along the way in Borderlands 3: Guns, Love and Tentacles. Not a bad way to spend a weekend, when you’re officiating the union between beast and melee attack. I now pronounce you man and knife.
Japan is delivering a solid one-two jab in April, with Resident Evil 3 dropping a mere two solar cycles after a certain day of fools has come and gone, whereas Square Enix is going back to Midgar on April 10 with a remake of Final Fantasy VII.
Here at the Critical Hit Institute, we’ve got our top guys working around the clock to keep your brain-space occupied. We’ve gone deep into the Internet, sat through countless hours of entertainment and come up with a few recommendations for stuff that’s worth a binge or two. Here’s what the gang recommends is worth spending several days watching until you’re allowed outside again.
A spectacular floating fortress of of pain, an arsenal of wagons waiting to be unlocked and a home away from home, the Fortress of Doom may just be the ultimate headquarters ever conceived of in a video game. There’s plenty to do inside of it! From spending Sentinel batteries in the vaults that unlock new armour to grabbing a pair of well-hidden cheat codes, the Fortress of Doom even has a prison filled with captured demons that you can test out your new toys on.
Spawn isn’t just a great character in Mortal Kombat 11. He’s a loving translation of the cult classic comic book anti-hero, rendered in all his hellish glory and unleashed within the Netherrealm to bring demonic justice to foes and fans alike. Mortal Kombat 11 is ending its first year with a bang, giving fans a brawler whose ability to keep the competition at bay with an arsenal of anarchy that finally gives the devil his due. The best and most metal AF video game Spawn, bar none.
One of the biggest changes to how the field of filmmaking is evolving within the nature documentary genre? The usage of drones, which is opening up the possibility for capturing new footage more than ever before. I recently chatted to senior innovation producer and zoologist Colin Jackson about his work on BBC’s Seven Worlds One Planet documentary series and how the use of drones has left a mark on the genre. Here’s what he had to say.
Kylotonn’s approach to speed in TT Isle of Man: Ride on the Edge 2 is one that still carries with it absolute love and reverence for one of the greatest races on the planet, mixing a passion for performance and geography into a thrilling spectacle.
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