By Alexander O. Cuaycong and Anthony L. Cuaycong Videogame Review For Honor Ubisoft WITHOUT a doubt, For Honor can be an immersive experience. Boot up the game and marvel as catapult shots fly overhead and arrows zing past you. Armor clinks and swords clash as your chosen knight charges into battle, hacking, chopping, and slashing. You breeze through the first few missions, then move to … Continue reading For Honor is at the mercy of one’s Internet connection
By Noel Vera I REMEMBER watching Takaw Tukso (directed by William Pascual, written by Armando Lao) in a wretched 16 mm print years ago: the film would skip and skitter, and jump (it seemed) entire scenes. Had the vague notion that Boy (Gino Antonio) married Debbie (Anna Marie Gutierrez), and later Nestor (Julio Diaz) married Letty (Jaclyn Jose); also had a notion that Anita Linda … Continue reading Fourway
PERFORMANCES Top street dancers from all over Asia will perform in Japan Foundation, Manila’s Dance Dance Asia: Crossing the Movements on April 28, 8 p.m., and April 29, 3 p.m., at the Teresa Yuchengco Auditorium, De La Salle University, Manila. For details, visit www.dancedanceasia.com. Ateneo Blue Repertory presents a re-imagined and revamped version of Kung Paano Ako Naging Leading Lady: The Musical by Carlo Vergara … Continue reading Your Weekend Guide (April 21, 2017)
By Camille Anne M. Arcilla
Much like the one in Quiapo Church, my family has its own life-size image of the Nazareno in our family home in the province.
SAN FRANCISCO — Google on Monday said it will apply machine smarts and outside eyes to help ensure brands don’t find ads paired with hateful videos on YouTube.