We discover the source of T-Energy and things go pear-shaped.
The old Star Wars Expanded Universe wrapped up, now that I think about it, several years ago – being set aside in favor of a new EU which would tie more closely to the new Star Wars films. The Old EU got a lot of crap – some justified (Jedi Academy Trilogy), some maybe less so. Thus, I’ve decided to go through the old EU, in order of publication, to see how things evolved, and whether the good parts hold up, or if the bad parts have any redeeming qualities. Continue reading “Book Review: Splinter of the Mind’s Eye by Alan Dean Foster”
This time we’ve gotten a new upgrade for our Rig, and fight an earlier boss using the rig.
X-Men: First Class is a film that is almost perfect, but has a few notes that just don’t quite work for me. It’s a combinations of factors Some characters are under-utilized, some characters feel mis-written, and there are some issues with tone, combined with some frustrating story choices. Continue reading “Movie Review: X-Men – First Class”
Wherein we fight another very large crustacean. Continue reading “Let’s Play Lost Planet 3: Part 26 – Hail To the King (Crab)”
Wherein we learn that sometimes even fighting alien monsters in a giant robot can become a monotonous slog. Continue reading “Let’s Play Lost Planet 3: Part 25 – Robot Fighting Drudgery”
This time we get to try out our Rig’s new drill… which turns it into a Drilling Rig. Continue reading “Let’s Play Lost Planet 3: Part 24 – Drill, Baby, Drill”