Reviews

[Review] From Windows 7 to 10: Why You Will Love What Windows 10 Has To Offer.

A worthy successor to change the heart of sceptics.   It’s been about 7 years since I’ve been using Windows 7 (coincidence, haha). I’ve used it from the time I built my first computer back in 2012. This was the same time Windows 8 came around, but I passed on it. Windows 10 would come three years after, but again, I was attached to Windows 7.   Coming off of…

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[Book Review] A Girl Named Adam (By Jordan J. Scavone)

The Power of Gender and Friendship.   “A Girl Named Adam” by Jordon J. Scavone is different from the books I usually review on here, thus I’m not too familiar with the criteria that make for a good children’s book. Nonetheless, as a fellow writer, I was able to spot the book’s numerous high points.   As a trans person, I looked for anything that may have come off as…

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In Gaming

Filip Miucin Deserves A Second Chance, Although I Remain Skeptical.

Better late than never?   Filip Miucin was one of the biggest gaming controversies of 2018. He wrote a review of the game Dead Cells for IGN to which it would be later discovered that he plagiarised his review from Boomstick Gaming, a youtube content creator.     After this, he would be unsurprisingly fired from IGN. However, it didn’t end there.   The gaming community would then later find…

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[Review] Yonder: The Cloud Catcher Chronicles.

I’m sorry, it just misses the mark one too many times. I apologise to the developers if my review came off a bit too harsh. It kinda pains me to write this review because Yonder: The Clouder Catcher Chronicles is one game I really didn’t want to say anything bad about.