gnoserif

gnoserif
Just a writer in the HereBeGeeks multiverse, with a penchant for appearing at conventions across Asia with his Horde emblazoned cap. Has an interest in cosplay, pop culture and cats - definitely an unusual trait.

Anime Festival Asia: 10 years of fun, joy and excitement

Anime Festival Asia celebrated its 10th anniversary in Singapore and what an exciting celebration it was this year. Fun for everyone AFA, as the event is more commonly known, has made huge strides in its popularity since its inaugural event in 2008 where it began with humble beginnings to the mega-event that fans eagerly await each year. As a pop …

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Q&A: Monster Hunter World with Kaname Fujioka & Yuya Tokuda

The HBG crew got an opportunity for a Q&A session with two members of the team behind Monster Hunter World, Capcom’s best-selling game with over 10 million copies shipped worldwide – Kaname Fujioka, Executive Director/Art Director and Yuya Tokuda, Director at Gamestart Asia 2018. Here are some of the questions asked and answers given during the group media interview session. Q: …

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Ralph Breaks the Internet: The Review

Ralph Breaks the Internet, otherwise known as Wreck It Ralph 2 is probably the perfect movie that represents anyone from the age of 18 to 38. The movie resonates with equal parts Ready Player One, Inside Out, Pixels and enough meme culture to (maybe) make you not touch YouTube or Reddit for a week. Why you should/need/must catch this movie: …

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Why Assassin’s Creed Odyssey should be on your Christmas list (if you haven’t picked it up yet)

Assassin’s Creed Odyssey, which came out in October, has always been one of Ubisoft’s major titles with its tried and tested formula of massive landscapes and compelling plotlines (as well as the adrenaline rush of being an assassin/warrior and carving a path in history) With year-end sales and Christmas on its way, here are some reasons it should be on …

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Venom: The Review

Like the titular anti-hero of the movie, my opinions about Venom was definitely of two minds and here’s the two cents on it. Attempts were made to keep this review relatively spoiler-free! Catch Venom on Singapore screens from October 4th.   The Good: The movie does decently with the lack of reference to Spider-Man by using a different origin story for …

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