From the look of a few articles this week, you’d be forgiven for thinking that I’ve turned into some sort of Sea of Thieves fansite. It’s true that Rare’s glorious loot ’em up has been taking up an awful lot of my attention recently, but it’s definitely been an exciting time to be a Sea of Thieves player, given that Season One launched this week with a flurry of content and even a premium Battle Pass-style option, the Plunder Pass, which feels thankfully inessential for all but the most cosmetically obsessed sea dogs out there. You can check out my latest articles on Sea of Thieves, including a review of Titan’s comic book adaptation and Mongoose Publishing’s excellent tabletop RPG based on the video game, at this handy link.
Elsewhere on the blog, I also took a look at the latest and probably most exciting episode of WandaVision, which peels back the layer of freaky sitcom domestic bliss to uncover a bit of what’s really happening for Wanda and her synthezoid beau.
This week also saw me take the time to cover an excellent new indie platformer (Lost Caves), review the South Park-esque satirical comic book shenanigans in The Complete Origamiac, take another gander at upcoming magical life simulator Witchery Academy and finally, even review a sadly out of print board game adaptation of casual puzzle classic Bejeweled.
Another busy and varied week for articles then – and there’s plenty more on the way. Thanks for reading!
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