Author Archives: Adam Randall

Assassination Classroom, Volume 2 by Yusei Matsui

The second volume of Assassination Classroom picks up right after the end of the first, which I suggest you read before picking up this one. The opening contains many important things and is a good read, so don’t skip it! … Continue reading

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Life’s a Beach

Life is like a beach. The sun is shining beautifully down and the sound of the waves against the shore is hypnotic and calming. You are comfortable and happy, but you want to feel like a part of the beautiful … Continue reading

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Internet Safety

I have a little bit of a cautionary tale for everybody. Recently I tried to access my Steam account in order to take part in an ongoing Steam sale. I seemed to be unable to login, so I assumed that … Continue reading

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Mother games:

1989: EarthBound Beginnings (Mother) 1994: EarthBound (Mother 2) 1999: Super Smash Bros. ¹ 2001: Super Smash Bros. Melee ² 2006: Mother 3 2008: Super Smash Bros. Brawl ³ 2014: Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS ⁴ 2015: Super Mario Maker … Continue reading

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EarthBound Beginnings

EarthBound Beginnings (a.k.a. Mother) is the first game in one of my absolute favourite video game franchises. Originally it was only released in Japan (in 1989) but then in 2015, it was released internationally, which is a very pleasant turn … Continue reading

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Once again, I’ve thought to myself that I too often write blog posts about misunderstandings and awkward situations that I find myself in, and not really nice things that happen to me. So today’s blog post will be a about … Continue reading

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Accidental Date

I was recently invited out to the nightclubs with a group of friends. Though this has been the sort of activity I haven’t enjoyed much in the past, I had quite a nice time. I think time spent with my … Continue reading

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Tokyo Ghoul, Volume 2 by Sui Ishida

The second volume of Tokyo Ghoul picks up exactly where the last one left off. I would advise against starting to read the series here and I also wouldn’t advise reading this review if you haven’t read volume 1, as … Continue reading

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Heat Imposed Creative Block

It’s weird how much an increase in temperature can effect us. I don’t tend to feel like the heat has that much of an impact on me, but I can certainly tell that it makes me lazier. Not only does … Continue reading

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Anxiety, Confidence and Insecurity

Recently, I’ve had a fair few people describe me as being quite confident. Others have also said that they think that I am self-assured to a healthy extent and that I seem quite secure. I’m always very happy when people … Continue reading

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