Author: Rhenn Taguiam

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Cell To Singularity Review: One Click Away From Simulating The Universe

When players boot Cell To Singularity for the first time, an icosahedron or a D20 pops into the screen and reveals itself as Semblance. They are a program designed to simulate the many events happening in the universe... and will totally not ask players to roll for initiative. This disappointing Dungeons & Dragons joke aside, Semblance will then bring…

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Takeshi’s Castle Returns With Modern Take On Mayhem

Takeshi and the gang are back in action with Prime Video’s Takeshi’s Castle reboot, with palace hijinks commentated by hosts Smokey Manaloto, Eugene Domingo, and Sassa Gurl.  The Prime Video show, set to premiere on November 16, provides a Filipino twist courtesy of old and new faces that hope to bridge nostalgia and the next…

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Ten Little Mistresses: Kalog & Kabog Meet Thriller In Kabit Film Subversion

One glance at the trailer of Ten Little Mistresses and certain things become apparent: sosyal are these keridas, costumes are kabog, dialogue is kalog, and somehow their beloved drops dead during his own birthday party. Direk Jun Lana takes murder mystery out for a nakakalokang ride with Ten Little Mistresses after touchingly-funny flicks such as…

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Want To Git Gud In FPS? Train Your Aim With These Games

With modern FPS titles such as the intense battle royales of Apex Legends, the tactical immersion in Rainbow Six Siege, and the sheer competitive atmosphere of Valorant providing casuals with no breathing room for any remorse, it’s easy to feel bummed out and left out of these fun shooting games. And with the ever-growing popularity…

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The Last Of Us Episode 1: A Breath Of Fresh Air For Adaptations

There was once something called the Video Game Adaptation Virus that is almost immediately contracted by any material as soon as it’s developed into adapting a video game into a film or the big screen. This horrific sickness is usually attributed to symptoms such as abysmal writing, campy scenes, wasting the cast’s potential, and overall…

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