Uncharted: the Lost Legacy | a Review

Uncharted: the Lost Legacy is the standalone DLC for Uncharted 4, though I think of it as more of a spinoff title. It is set about half a year after the events of Uncharted 4 with Chloe Frazier taking the helm from Nathan Drake. The game is set in India as Chloe hires mercenary Nadine…

Book Review: The Emerald Blade

The Emerald Blade picks up soon after the events in Valley of Embers. As the denizens of the Valley are nursing their wounds, Kole and Linn gathers a small company to pursue the King of Embers to the outside world. The world outside the Valley is unfamiliar and dangerous, and the Emberfolk are caught up in…

Monthly Wrap-Up: September

Hello everyone! How’s your September been like? My string of bad luck continues as my PC keeps on crashing and occasionally Bluescreen of Death-ing me. Eventually, one of my hard drive just went and croaked on me. I suspect that the lightning strike two months ago might have been a cause. Might have to bring…

2nd Blogoversary! State of the Blog!

Watch, Game, Read is two years old! TWO! I can’t believe that I’ve kept up with it for so long. Though keeping up might not be the correct term, seeing as the last few months has been a little inconsistent and August went by without a single post. Still, it feels amazing to have reached…

Monthly Wrap-Up: July – August

Hello everyone! How has the last two months been for you? It’s been sooooooo long since my last post and it feels great to be finally back posting again. I didn’t intend to go without posting for so long, but life just got in the way. Towards the end of July, work became kind of…

Telltale’s Game of Thrones S1: a Review

I actually finished this post a couple months ago but never got around to edit it. And partly because I didn’t write anything this week and partly because GAME OF THRONES SEASON 7 PREMIEEEERRRRRRRR and partly because this game is on PlayStation Plus this month, it felt like an appropriate time to dust it off…

Movie Review: Wonder Woman

  Set during the final year of World War I, Wonder Woman tells the story of Diana, the Princess of Themyscira the home to last of the Amazons. When an American spy comes crashing through the barriers of their paradise, he brings with him a battalion of German soldiers and news of a Great War.…

Monthly Wrap-Up: June

  Hello everyone, how has your month been like? I can’t quite phantom how half a year has already passed us by. It feels like someone pressed the fast forward button some time earlier this year. Looking back through my previous monthly wrap up posts, it’s incredible to see how much has actually happened in…

Horizon: Zero Dawn: a Review

Horizon: Zero Dawn is set in a post post-apocalyptic world where humans have reverted back to tribes and machines rule the world. It centers around Aloy, an outcast of the Nora Tribe. Her origins is a mystery and one of the side plots of the game. She’s raised by fellow outcast and adoptive father Rost.…

E3 2017 Recap

This year’s E3 has been… in a word… underwhelming. I thought it would be a year where many of the publishers flaunt their exciting new IPs, herald glorious returns from series pass and push their awesome machines in our faces, and we would all happily throw money at our screens. But that was not to…

E3 2017 Hype and Speculations

E3 is happening in just a few days! Let’s get the hype train going! Or maybe not. This will be the first time in a long time that I won’t be able to watch live, except for EA (which is 3am my time) and maybe Sony, though I might have to save up some bandwidth…

Monthly Wrap-Up: May

  Hello everyone! How’s your month been like? I hope it has been well. It’s been a while since I had a chance to blog and with any luck, I’ll soon be able to be more active again, since one of my jobs has officially ended 🙂 There’s so much catching up to do too.…