Guardians of the Galaxy was awesome, of course. Beautiful and funny and I cried three times. The post-credits scene was nice, but abandon your expectations. All of the characters were a blast and the music really delivered so much of what made this movie a blast. There were so many great glimpses into the full galaxy of the Marvel Universe and I have so many questions now. We have plenty of content for Phase Three (And Four)
Literally all I want in my life is for Dean and Cas to lay their emotions on the line and get together
IF CAS HAD TAKEN A FEMALE VESSEL IT WOULD HAVE HAPPENED BY SEASON 5 OKAY FUCK THIS SHIT
if cas had taken a female vessel she would’ve been killed off 5 seasons ago
wow touché thats actually incredibly true
Castiel did die five seasons ago but in the show’s mythology white men always rise from the dead
It took some time for me to finally get into Dragon Age II. As in, it just happened this week. The upcoming Dragon Age: Inquisition has proven a heavy motivating factor with many BioWare fans to finish or replay the first two games in the franchise. I’ve barely made it into the first act, but I wanted to share how much I love Jo Wyatt as the female Hawke.
I first took notice of Wyatt in BioWare’s MMO, Star Wars: The Old Republic. Sure, the game was fun at times, but terribly inconsistent in delivering on that. The story was fantastic for an MMO, however, and having fully voiced dialogue certainly helped with that. While most of the voice acting was great, Jo Wyatt’s female Imperial Agent was phenomenal.
During the beta for The Old Republic, I messed around with a few characters, but once I heard the Imperial Agent, I was hooked. Already, the Agent had a more intriguing story and gameplay that appealed to me, but the female version was complemented by Wyatt’s work. The character was required to drop into and out of different accents, and playing a non-human included responding to xenophobia within the Empire. Jo Wyatt was fantastic in every delivery, especially considering the fact that multiple responses were prepared for every situation.
Wyatt’s work sold a character that truly believed the Empire was the best option for the galaxy, a character that struggled to do what was right when there was so much wrong, but still had fun with the task at hand.
Hearing Wyatt behind female Hawke has been fantastic, even only a couple hours into the game. Jumping between being altruistic, harsh, or sassy (my choice most of the time) never feels inconsistent, as it did on many occasions between the Shepards. Of course I love Hale’s work in all three Mass Effects and Meer continually improved in the series, but Wyatt does something fantastic with BioWare’s writing style and I hope they bring her back into a player character role.