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What a year, right? This is my last post of the year and I have to say I won’t be sorry to see the back of 2020, nervous as I am for what 2021 may hold. Throughout the year I’ve been doing my quarterly Favourites posts, so you can find my Spring, Summer and Autumn posts linked! As usual, I’ve split it down into categories.
Welcome back to another Media Mondays post! Today, I’m going to be talking about my favourite game, Bloodborne. It’s been a while since I reviewed a video game, and even longer since I reviewed a more violent one! Bloodborne is rated 16 due to violence, and it’s also renowned as being a particularly tricky game. It’s made in the same vein as Dark Souls, which is a series also known for being difficult. There are no difficulty settings on Bloodborne, so if you want to play, you have to be prepared to put in the hours to practice!
Welcome back! I don’t often do TV show reviews, so I’m stepping out of my comfort zone a little bit here. As I’m sure you know from the title, I’m going to be talking about an absolute classic, The X-Files. I started watching the boxset a couple of years back and then just kinda stopped for some reason, so I decided to bring it back for the 2020 ~spooky season~. Spooky season is over now, but it took me a while to work my way through the season because it is pretty long, and I’ve also been watching The Queen’s Gambit recently with my boyfriend which is a very different show to The X-Files, though I do recommend it.
I have previously received PR products from Penguin. Images used in this post contain Girl, Woman, Other, which is published by Penguin. Books published by Penguin are marked [PR relationship] when mentioned.This is based on the edition I own/read.
Welcome back to another Favourites post! If you want to have a look at my previous posts, you can find my Spring Favourites here, and my Summer Favourites here. They aren’t really themed seasonally, so hopefully you’ll find some interesting things in those posts!
I have previously received PR products from Penguin. A Penguin imprint published my edition of Emma.
Many apologies for the delayed post! What with starting my new job, I’ve been falling a little behind on the blog side of things. In the same vein, apologies that some of my posts recently haven’t had images. I’ll try to get myself together by October! Today I’m going back to a post type I haven’t done for a while, and we’re talking film adaptations! My first and only other adaptations post was for Annihilation (2018), which I’ve linked if you’re interested.