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Harry Morris

I have spent my life in England finding entertainment in both video games and music. Whilst not indulging in the latter, I invest my time in playing all manner of video games, and as of 2017, writing about all manner of video games. Email: harrymorrisharrymorris@yahoo.com

The ‘Super Mario’ Movie: Johnny’s Birthday

It was Johnny's sixth birthday, and for his present he's insisted on his Mum and Dad taking him to see the Super Mario movie at his local cinema. I wonder what will happen?

‘Land of the Lustrous’ Review: An Imperfect Jewel

Despite a rather unbalanced narrative, Land of the Lustrous is most enjoyable, and a technical marvel to behold.

Anime Ichiban: Harry’s Favourite Opening Themes

In Anime Ichiban, we take a look at our writer's totally personal, totally subjective, possibly biased, and possibly stupid opinions regarding anime associated affairs.

‘Xenoblade Chronicles 2’ Review: A Rough Diamond

Despite its setbacks, Xenoblade Chronicles 2 is a joy to behold, and a 'rough around the edges' blast of delight.

‘Hunter x Hunter’ (2011) Review: Hunting For A Better Sense Of Pacing

Hunter x Hunter exists as something of a rarity. Despite being of the Shōnen genre and boasting a lofty 148 episode quota, it bears...

‘Sonic Forces’ Review: A Lack Of Self-Awareness

If Sonic Mania is a love letter to fans, then Sonic Forces is a death threat. It's yet another reminder that Sonic Team are stranded a million miles away from what makes a Sonic title enjoyable to begin with.

Bad Reviews Of Good Things

We all love good video games, right? We all love saying “This video game is good” in unified agreement, yeah?

‘Super Mario Odyssey’: The Comedown

Whilst Super Mario Odyssey may have reduced me to a desperate addict, I can't deny that the journey has been a marvelously memorable one.

‘Super Mario Odyssey’ Review: Brilliantly Bodacious, Ingeniously Incredible

The fact remains that Mario has always been the undisputed king of the video gaming universe, and a true icon of the medium. Super Mario Odyssey re-solidifies this statement, cementing Nintendo's mascot as a model hero for each and every one of us.

‘Space Patrol Luluco’: Quality, Not Quantity

Released in 2016, Space Patrol Luluco features thirteen episodes clocking in at a little under eight minutes each, resulting in a total runtime that is akin to that of an average movie.