How stupid is it to name the sixth main installment in a (video game) series just like the series as a whole? Independently of the answer to this pressing question, I’m reviewing Hitman (the 2016 video game), not the series. Overview Hitman is built like the preceding games and also shares a similar story. Timeline-wise, […]Read more "Review: Hitman"
I’ve been playing games from the DiRT series of rally games (in turn, a successor of the Colin McRae Rally series) for quite some time. More specifically, I enjoyed playing both DiRT 2 and DiRT 3, at least for what they were: action games in which you steer something resembling a car over a road […]Read more "Review: DiRT Rally"
Yesterday, Cubase told me this: What had I done? In the project for Erlanger Programm, I had tried to open the folder for the b part. (For those of you not familiar with Cubase: you can arrange tracks in your project view in folders, which you can then open and close, thus allowing you to […]Read more "Erlanger Programm – Lack of Progress by Unsatisfactory DAW"
It’s time for another group of short game reviews – similar to what I already did in the past. Most of them are ones which I’ve bought for a reduced price, with them being already aged at the time – and for those for which this isn’t true, you can get most of them pretty cheap already, […]Read more "Another round of super-short game reviews"
It’s Bundesliga again! This is my prediction how the 2015/16 Fußball Bundesliga season will end.Read more "Bundesliga 15/16 Season – my prediction"
For three and a half years, I had wanted to take this shot. Now I did this, with Sony’s QX1 “semi-body”, and their SEL55210 telezoom lens. Now, how is this thing?Read more "First Shot with the Sony QX1"
When Thomas Pynchon writes a new novel, it’s always a big event. And although some critics have found derogatory terms for his last two works, Inherent Vice and Bleeding Edge, characterizing them as “Pynchon light”, they will nonetheless remain mass-incompatible with a myriad of persons, parallel plots and sub-plots, which all seem to entangle, mingle, […]Read more "Review: “Inherent Vice” (film)"