I have two sad confessions to make: the first is in regards to The Sims. The Sims franchise, by and large, is the face of the life simulation video game genre. Being able to raise families and build homes and … Continue reading My Favorite Life Simulation Video Games
I don’t normally go into decently personal content here on Objection Network, but I wanted to share some news. I’ve been following Zelda Informer pretty consistently for a long time now, and not long ago, they had a call for … Continue reading A Bit of News: Blogging and Zelda Informer
Michaela: With me for this special, in depth review of Little Witch Academia is Jason! We’ll be discussing what makes this show so great, from the characters to the music, the voice acting, and of course the story. I’d say … Continue reading Michaela and Jason Review Little Witch Academia
Short films are pretty common features that accompany blockbluster animated films (or so it seems when I looked up shorts online and realized just how many there are), and yet I don’t think I’ve really come to appreciate them until … Continue reading My Top 5 Favorite Animated Short Films
When Fire Emblem: Warriors was first announced earlier this year, I remember being really excited. After all, I adored Hyrule Warriors Legends, from the rich cast of characters to the diverse combat styles every single character had, I sunk so … Continue reading Where Has Fire Emblem: Warriors Gone Wrong?
Wreck-It-Ralph was by and large a successful animated film that invoked nostalgia for old-school video games while creating a unique premise of video game characters across multiple genres fighting together for a singular goal. In response to this, Jason and … Continue reading My Wreck-It-Ralph Omega Team: Defenders Blitz
I honestly don’t know why or how I haven’t gotten around to doing this before. Clearly, something is wrong with me. Since the Zelda series has a massive cast of characters, this list is going to be longer than my … Continue reading My Top 10 Favorite Characters in the Zelda Series