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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For Honor is at the mercy of one’s Internet connection

For Honor is at the mercy of one’s Internet connection

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