Adam Thomas

  • Samurai Warriors 5 – Impressions

    My time with Samurai Warriors 5, the latest Musou/Warriors style game from Koei Tecmo’s Omega Force, has been a mostly enjoyable one. At the time of writing I’m 12 hours in, I’ve messed around with a few different modes and characters and completed 4 chapters of Nobunanga’s Path. One...
  • Chivalry 2 – An Axe In The Back & An Arrow In The Eye

    Like a modern – well, medieval – Paris of Troy, I stalk the ramparts and scaffolding surrounding the gatehouse. The gatehouse must be defended from the modern – well, medieval – Achilles of Greece, and his allies, who swarm like wasps towards their objective while my allies and I...
  • Tanked Up 269 – Being Chivalrous to the open world

    This week Lucy is having a rest so we drag Adam kicking and screaming back to join us. Not really, he really wanted to talk about Chivarly 2. Aadil played through A Night Before The Deadline on stream and has thoughts he wants to share, and Ben has been...
  • The Space Odyssey Begins To Unfold

    Elite Dangerous: Odyssey is incomplete. It’s incomplete, partly, for the same reason Elite Dangerous as a whole is incomplete. There will always be more. Players will always want more. Developers will always want to do more. Just beyond our reach but before the distant horizon, there will be something...
  • Could A Gundam Movie Succeed?

    Last week, Netflix announced that it was collaborating with Legendary Entertainment to produce a live-action Mobile Suit Gundam film. The Director of Kong: Skull Island, Jordan Vogt-Roberts, is attached to direct with award winning comic book writer Brian K. Vaughan writing the screenplay. Legendary and Sunrise had announced that...
  • The Balls Are Gathered & Then Scattered Once Again

    We’re finally at the end of a long journey. I’ve watched 291 episodes of anime and written 12 articles about them – including this one. That’s a lot. Easily the biggest undertaking I’ve had as a writer thus far. I actually dread to think about the word count of...
  • The Mess & Kid Buu

    Season Nine is, in a word, a mess. A meandering mixture of interesting, inexplicable, cool and downright ridiculous twists and turns. It feels aimless at times because it simply doesn’t have the overarching structure that most of the other seasons had to keep it focused. We get to a...
  • The Directionless Villain

    My previous article in this series ended where I feel Season Eight should have, with Vegeta’s sacrifice, his final atonement. In this article I’m going to wrap up Season Eight and really dissect the reasons why this saga runs into so many problems compared to the others that preceded...
  • Pride & Atonement

    Okay, so last season was a bit of a disappointment but the good news is, this season is sublime. I’ve been waiting for this season. There’s so much to talk about I’m really excited to get stuck into it. So much so I’m writing this opening paragraph before I’ve...