J’s Design Corner: Kingdom Hearts and Atlantis: The Lost Empire

Since its release in 2019, The reception for¬†Kingdom Hearts 3¬†among its fans has been hot and cold due to the complaints of several game design issues. To its benefit, the game included new and intriguing forms of combat, which allowed players to make Sora into a more than capable protagonist with additional abilities and skillsContinue reading “J’s Design Corner: Kingdom Hearts and Atlantis: The Lost Empire”

Putting Identity to Ethnicity; Dark-skinned Heroes and Villains in Gaming

What makes a good character stand out? The struggle of their character as they ascend from the bottom of the barrel to the top of the leaderboards in character development? The development of what kind of character they’ll be throughout the story? While all of these factors, and plenty more, attribute to the development andContinue reading “Putting Identity to Ethnicity; Dark-skinned Heroes and Villains in Gaming”

Spiderman “Into the Spider-Verse” and The Narrative of Relationships. – Part 1

With the ongoing successful accolades and success of the newest Spiderman film and the praises it has received since its premiere back in December; including a Golden Globe Award for Best Animated Motion Picture. The idea of dissecting the film and its characters that created such a wonderful adventure with breathtaking experiences is to beContinue reading “Spiderman “Into the Spider-Verse” and The Narrative of Relationships. – Part 1″

Spiderman: “Into the Spider-Verse” Review: A Step in the Right Direction

Representation in media and comics for minorities has always been a topic of interest. Where one idea represents a race or ethnicity, such as the impacts of Black Panther and Black Lightning has had during the year of 2018 with its meaningful and relatable matters on racial issues and circumstances in the African American community,Continue reading “Spiderman: “Into the Spider-Verse” Review: A Step in the Right Direction”