Moral choices lead to unexpected ends

Video Game Review
PSYCHO-PASS: Mandatory Happiness
PC (via Steam)

By Alexander O. Cuaycong and Anthony L. Cuaycong

At first glance, PSYCHO-PASS: Mandatory Happiness does very little to distinguish itself from other Visual Novels. Lacking English voices and sporting confusing default configurations, booting up PSYCHO-PASS did not leave a very good first impression. On PC, especially, playing around with the settings should be a player’s first priority in order to have a comfortable experience.

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Love never dies

By Noel Vera

Richard Abelardo’s Mutya ng Pasig (Pearl of the Pasig, 1950) at first glance plays like a musical version of Wuthering Heights (Doña Sisang’s LVN Pictures was known for its many musicals): the star-crossed lovers separated (this time due to a false accusation and a prison term); the woman marrying another; the death in mid-narrative; the man haunted by ghosts of memories past.

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Your Weekend Guide (April 28, 2017)

PERFORMANCE 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. PULP SUMMER SLAM 17: Redemption, the 17th edition of Southeast Asia’s largest and longest-running metal festival, will be held on April … Continue reading Your Weekend Guide (April 28, 2017)