QCB is an odd episode for me. While it’s one of the best in terms of raising the stakes and tension that is ever-present across all the Expanse’s seasons, it’s also one with which I have a few issues. This episode continues where we left off, the crew of the Canterbury interrogated by the Martians on the MCRN Cruiser, Donnager.
So this is a new format. I’m still going to be reviewing the Expanse and more video games, but I’ve decided to create a guide on ESO Online. These are simple guides, but I am wanting to do something different. If you are on the ESO + membership, I would...
For new players new to Total War, this is an excellent start. It’s gone beyond what Total War has ever done before in terms of the time period. It is an easy, well-rounded game that provides hours of fun gameplay mechanics, and the campaigns are invigorating and extremely well-written events thanks to the brilliant writing teams at CA that have been making sure we are immersed into the era.
Once in a while, an uncut gem arrives in the gaming market. You see this game on the Steam Store, and you’re amazed. It’s dazzling splendour, it’s the fantastic art design and its engaging story. Then you realise that this uncut gem remains an uncut gem because it has more potential. It has so much potential that if expanded with DLCs and free updates, this game can become even greater.
In the asteroid belt near Saturn, James Holden and the crew of the ice-freighter Canterbury, investigate a distress call from an unknown derelict ship, the Scopuli. On Ceres Station, weary Detective Miller begins an off the book investigation to find a missing heiress, Juliette Andromeda Mao, and ship her home to Earth, but Miller’s seemingly simple job takes an unexpected turn.
Vikings Season 6 is a season that brings a magnificent end to the tumultuous series that started in 2013. It’s been eight years of epic conflicts, betrayals, and romance. Sex and Lust. Wars and Conflicts.