Is The Tuxedo Mask Funko POP! One Of The Best From The Sailor Moon Range?

Tuxedo Mask Funko POP! Figure

I Love Sailor Moon. I think I made that quite clear when I shared my love for the Black Lady Funko POP! to be honest. I've got a fair few Sailor Moon POP! Figures and one of my favourites most certainly has to be Tuxedo Mask. Now I know Tuxedo Mask gets a lot of stick. Many seem to think he's just a guy who turns up, throws a rose and claims he's seriously contributed when it comes to helping. He's even become a meme. Now although the whole Tuxedo Mask turning up and pretty much doing nothing is somewhat true in certain cases, he does have his useful powers. For instance, he's got psychic powers. He can read past, present and future events and he can even heal others' wounds. He's certainly not a useless character in my opinion, in fact, I think he is awesome. 

He's that awesome that I got my hands on the TM Funko POP! Figure. Much like the other Funko POPs Tuxedo Mask has a large head but what sets him apart from the rest is his large top hat and his signature white mask. Tuxedo Mask also sports a tuxedo with yellow buttons. Obviously. His jacket is also open revealing his white shirt and upon his back is a black coloured cape that is lined with red. The dude also dons black shoes, white gloves and of course a single red rose.

One of the best Funko POP! Figures from the Sailor Moon Range

Like I mentioned earlier I have a lot of Sailor Moon Funko POP! figures. Out of all of them, Tuxedo Mask is for sure one of my absolute favourites. However, I do have my other favourites from the collection too. I mean obviously, I love Sailor Moon and the little Luna figure that comes with her. Also in my favourites is Sailor Venus and little Artemis, Sailor Neptune and Chibi Moon. I am also loving my three newer limited edition Sailor Moon pops which are Black Lady, Sailor V and Queen Beryl.

When it comes to completing my collection I really only want to get the three-piece Neo Queen Serenity, Small Lady & King Endymion set. The problem? I am really struggling to get my hands on the set here in the UK especially at a reasonable price. If I wanted I could probably get my hands on one for around £70+ but realistically I just don't think I can justify that. I mean think of all the other things I could buy with the money. I could get a few easier to get hold of Pop figures for example. 

I'm also aware that there is another Sailor Moon POP where she is holding a Moon Stick and I've also discovered a Super Sailor Moon. However, these again aren't easy to get hold of here in the United Kingdom and would cost an arm and a leg. Plus in all honesty, I'm not too bothered about them. I know, I am a terrible fan! The thing is though I already have a Sailor Moon figure. In fact, in all honesty, I've got two of the same. Don't ask. So I don't feel the need to get the other versions but that could all change in the future. Anyway, for now, I'm just enjoying my current collection.

Are you a Sailor Moon fan? Is Tuxedo Mask a character you love?
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Is Mafia 3 Buggy and Repetitive or Fun and Entertaining?

Mafia 3 Game For Xbox One
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One of the many, many games I've been loving over the past few months has been Mafia 3. This is an excellent action-adventure game that was released in 2016. The game takes place in the fictional town of New Bordeaux in the year 1968. The fictional town of New Bordeaux is supposed to be set in New Orleans and the story of the game follows a man named Lincoln Clay. Lincoln is a Vietnam veteran and orphan who's goal is to build a new crime organisation to confront the Italian mob.

You play as Mr Clay to complete various objectives in the open world environment. When playing from a third-person perspective you can eliminate enemies using weapons or call for allies to assist. If that isn't your thing then alternatively you can use stealth tactics to go undetected. Personally, I feel the game is playing using a combination of the two by using melee-combat, stealth tactics and the weapons provided. 

Mafia 3 is not just a shooting game

One of the main reasons why I love Mafia 3 is the fact that it isn't just a shooting game. There are a fair few things that you can do rather than just shooting and taking down enemies. You can drive around and collect items like communist propaganda, album covers and various magazines. You can also hunt for fuses which can be used to wiretap junction boxes. By doing this you are able to see all the collectables on the map as well as more fuses so you can unlock even more junction boxes in the game. 

Mafia 3 is kind of like Grand Theft Auto but set in the past

If I were to compare Mafia 3 to another game it kind of reminds me a little of GTA but obviously, it does have its differences. I mean for one it is set in an entirely different period of time. As well as loving the variety if the game another thing that really impressed me was the game's soundtrack. If you like the sounds of Aretha Franklin, Elvis and Johnny Cash then the soundtrack will definitely tickle your fancy.

Anyway, back to the actual gameplay. Because the game is set back in 1968 it is no surprise that a large focus is on racial tension. In this year anti-war sentiment was growing with many wanting the struggle in Vietnam to end. Also in this year, Martin Luther King Jr was assassinated. I think the makers of the game really highlighted the fact that these issues needed to be raised when they created the character, Lincoln Clay. I mean he's both a mixed-race man and a Vietnam veteran.

Mafia 3 can be repetitive but it is still fun and entertaining

When it comes to critical response to Mafia 3 it received mixed reviews. One thing that was mentioned a lot was the fact that many thought the game was repetitive. To an extent, I would totally agree. It can be repetitive. However, if you get engrossed in the story and switch things up, the game can be fun and entertaining. I personally quite enjoy taking my time looking on the map and collecting things, especially when I am not in the mood to confront enemies. However, if this isn't your style then I'd give the game a miss.

My only real issue with Mafia 3 is the fact that it can be buggy. This is super frustrating and at times it has made me want to switch off the entire game. Apart from the buggy issue, I have actually really been enjoying the game. Is it my absolute favourite game in the world? Hell no. But I liked it. At one point it was one of the games I was obsessed with. Do I love the game quite as much as I used to? Not so much but I do think it is an enjoyable game to pass the time. I just personally prefer other games in my collection like Resident Evil 7 and the BioShock series.

Have you played Mafia 3? Are you more of a stealth lover or do you prefer to go in all guns blazing?
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6 Superb Songs I’ve Been Listening To Non Stop In August

Seungri Where R U From Playing On My Tablet

Last month's monthly music favourites contained just three songs. Although they were absolute tunes, this month I've been listening to six tracks on repeat. Some of the tracks are new whilst others are older. When it comes to music I listen to a whole bunch of artists from all different eras. Of course I have my favourites like BTS but to be honest I pretty much enjoy all genres. I think that sort of explains why sometimes my monthly music faves are a weird and wonderful mix. But you know what? I love each and every different track and that is all that matters. Anyway, enough rambling, onto my faves.

Selena Gomez - Back To You

The first of the 6 superb songs I've been listening to in August has been Selena Gomez - Back To You. This track is a sort of dance-pop song with a very slight country vibe to it. The track has a catchy beat teamed up with emotional lyrics which makes it incredibly beautiful. It is a refreshing take on your standard Summer anthem. The song is also the lead single for the second series of the Netflix original 13 Reasons Why.
 

Skillet - Hero

The second of the 6 superb songs I've been listening to in August has been Skillet - Hero. This isn't the first time I've mentioned the Christian rock band here on my blog. Skillet also featured in April 2018 music favourites. This months song I'm obsessed with, Hero, is a track from way back in 2009. The song is said to talk about mankind's need for a hero who in their eyes is Jesus. I'm personally not really religious but I love this track. Plus it can be interpreted in various ways. The track is an edgy hard rock song with incredibly catchy lyrics.
 

SHINee - Our Page

The third of the 6 superb songs I've been listening to in August has been SHINee - Our Page. Now I featured SHINee in my June 2018 music favourites and I mentioned member Jonghyun's solo track back in my March 2018 music favourites. So it is safe to say they are a band that I really love. One of their most recent tracks Our Page has been getting a lot of love from me this month. The track is an emotional one with the messages of  "This unfinished novel, we'll fill it until the last page." and "We will be together until the end." The track is dedicated to member Jonghyun who sadly took his own life last year. The track is delicate yet powerful and incredibly beautiful. The music video is also truly stunning.

Max George - Barcelona

The fourth of the 6 superb songs I've been listening to in August has been Max George - Barcelona. You may remember Max from the British boy band The Wanted who split in 2014. Well, now Max is back with his solo single. Barcelona is an EDM pop infusion and is pretty much made to be a Summer anthem. It is a super feel-good song with a brilliant melody. The song really showcases Max's voice well and kind of reminds me of something Liam Payne would release. Also for those Love Island fans (Not me sorry, it isn't my cup of tea!) islander, Laura features in the video as Max's love interest.

Seungri - Where R U From

The fifth of the 6 superb songs I've been listening to in August has been Seungri - Where R U From. I mentioned Big Bang member Seungri's previous single 1,2,3! last month in my July 2018 music favourites and this month I've fallen in love with another track of his. Where R U From is a track that is almost identical to a track viral Kpop sensation Psy would release. It has Psy's signature beat as well as a similar style of choreography. The video even fits Psy's comical style with Seungri mocking Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un. The video also contains many Kpop references. These include Seungri resembling a panda, a name that his fans have given him. Also in the video is comedian Yoo Byung Jae dressed as G Dragon, Seungri's bandmate. Then we have the frames similar to Blackpink. Oh and the fact that the YG Entertainment logo features throughout the video. It's an addictive song with an amusing video to go alongside it.
 

Eleni Foureira - Fuego

The sixth and final of the 6 superb songs I've been listening to in August has been Eleni Foureira - Fuego. If you watched this year's Eurovision then you'll have spotted this track already. The song placed second behind Netta's Toy which I loved. Another song I loved from the competition was Mikolas Josef – Lie To Me which I mentioned in my May 2018 music favourites. Anyway, Fuego (meaning fire in Spanish) is a dance-pop track with an addictive beat. This is the ultimate dance floor club banger that will make you wanna get your groove on.

What songs have you been loving this month? Do you like K-Pop? What song would you choose if you had to listen to one over and over again?
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My Thoughts On The New Track, BTS Idol (It is EPIC!)

BTS Idol Video

When it comes to music taste, my preference is very varied. I like absolutely all sorts, from one extreme to another. Some people may find this weird and bizarre but what I like is what I like. One of the many genres of music I like is K-Pop. That's Korean pop music for those who don't know. Can I understand the language? A little but for the most part, no. However, you don't need to speak or understand Korean to enjoy K-Pop. Trust me. K-Pop is more than just people singing in Korean with the odd English line thrown in for good measure. K-Pop is all about production and concepts. It's impressive, addictive and at times truly mindblowing.

A booming industry with a dark issue

K-Pop artists, or idols as they're known as put in lots and lots of work. They're perfect singers, dancers and visuals. Sometimes idols even produce their own music. They're not one trick ponies. They're super talented and that is because they put in the hard work and hours. Sadly the reality is that some idols are overworked to the point where they are exhausted. Some even end up collapsing on stage. The industry has a big issue with agencies and labels treating their idols like absolute slaves. The whole issue is disgusting and has even lead to idols taking their own lives. All that being said, not all agencies and labels are the devil. Some are ethical and treat their idols fairly with the respect that they deserve. 

One of the idol groups who appear to be being treated fairly is BTS. BTS is a favourite of mine. I've written a lot about Bangtan Sonyeondan (That's their Korean name) quite a bit over on my other blog if you want to read even more about the idol group. Basically, there are seven members who are a mix of rappers and singers. They have some absolutely incredible songs. They recently released the final album of their Love Yourself series, titled Love Yourself: Answer. The album features 7 brand spanking new songs as well as a mix of tracks from previous albums. The message of the album is pretty much, you should love yourself before you love anyone else.

Idol is the PERFECT title track

The title track of the album is Idol. Now let me tell you, it is an amazing track. The song is a mix of South African beats, hip-hop and EDM. It is for sure a track that you'll want to shake your booty too. Now I'm not going to lie. After my first watch of the video, I was overwhelmed. There is SO much going on. Seriously you need to watch it like 4 or 5 times just to take in the song. The video is so colourful, there are so many different scenes and easter eggs. This means that you can easily watch the video over and over without tiring of it because you've always got something new to discover. The song basically consists of BTS proclaiming self-love and in their video, they reference many, many things. Interested in the references? You're in luck. I've listed a few below.

References to their previous videos?

  • When the group are sat around the table this could be a reference to their Blood, Sweat and Tears video.
  • In the frame where the group are dressed in beige clothing, this could be a reference to their MIC Drop video. This is because their movements are similar.
  • When Jungkook is standing in front of the green LED lights this could be a reference to their Dope video. This is because the lights are similar to the cage in dope and Jungkook's positioning and movements are identical.
  • Towards the end of the video, the group are huddled together and chanting. This is potentially a reference to their Fire video.
  • When the group are dancing in front of many backing dancers this could be a reference to their Not Today video.
  • In the final scene, the seven men are seen sitting on chairs and crossing their legs. This is almost identical to the Just One Day video.

More potential references

  • In one line J-Hope references Anpanman, a potential nod to their previous song?
  • In another scene, an Airplane flies over. This could be a nod to their track Airplane Pt.2.
  • In one of the shots, the group are sporting Hanboks which is traditional Korean dress, a nod to their roots perhaps?
  • In the same Hanbok wearing scene, Jungkook's stance is as if he's holding a pipe like instrument. Could this be a reference to their song Pied Piper?
  • When RM is seen with filters on his face this could be in reference to when he was on V Live and a fan told him not to use filters on his face.
  • In the video for DNA the group dance under a half-finished yellow construction. In Idol, they dance under a completed yellow construction which looks very similar.
  • Throughout the video, we see a tiger. In Korean culture and history, a tiger is seen as a protective guardian who wards off evil spirits. The tiger is also seen as a symbol of power, courage and luck. A self-reference perhaps?

Even more potential references

  • Throughout the song, we hear traditional Korean sounds as well as the members chanting traditional phrases such as "Ulssu." Another nod to their culture.
  • In one scene there is a rabbit in the moon. This could be a reference to one of many things. The first? A Sailor Moon reference? Sailor Moon's real name is Usagi Tsukino which translates to "Rabbit of the Moon." However, once member V also known as Taehyung stated that he thinks there are rabbits on the moon which soon turned into a meme. However, there could be method to the madness. That is because there is a folklore that is big in Asia that a rabbit lives on the moon. So either the group are showing their love for Sailor Moon (Doubt it), they're referencing the meme or it is a nod to their heritage. My bet is on the last one.
There are SO many other references in the video but it'll take me all day long to sit and list them all. Basically, Idol is an absolute tune. I love the entire video and the song its self is fantastic. I particularly love Jimin's lines as his angelic voice is top notch.

Have you listened to Idol yet? What is your favourite part of the song or video? Whose outfit did you love the most?

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Is The Black Lady Funko POP! The Most Beautiful Figure Ever?

Black Lady Funko POP! Figure
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After sharing my post on my awesome Deadpool as Bob Ross Funko POP! I figured it was time to show another amazing figure. However, this time I thought I'd talk about one of the prettiest Funkos in my collection. I am of course talking about my Black Lady Funko POP! I've spoken of my love of Sailor Moon before and I am unbelievably close to completing my collection. So when I heard of the release of Black Lady, I knew I had to hop on that bandwagon and get myself a figure.

The problem? The Black Lady Funko POP! was a 2018 San Diago Comic Con exclusive. I genuinely thought my dreams of getting one at a reasonable price were dashes. However, luck was clearly in my corner. One day whilst scrolling on Twitter, amongst the many tweets about Kim's Convenience, sharks and people arguing about Brexit, I spotted a tweet from EMP.

EMP stated they would be exclusively selling various pops and the Black Lady Funko POP! just so happened to be one of them. I was totally and utterly over the moon not only to be one step closer to completing my collection but because this particular figure is stunning. So what did I do? I snapped up the evil grown-up version of Chibiusa Tsukino Funko POP! For £19.99. Not the cheapest figure but I wanted it badly and it could have been A LOT more expensive so I am not complaining.

Potentially the most beautiful figure ever

Black Lady is actually gorgeous. She's got that classic oversized head that all Funko POPs sport and a smaller body. However, in addition to the large head, she has some truly epic baby pink hair. This matches Chibi Moon's perfectly in colour. They are the same person after all, even if Chibi didn't mean to turn into her. But that is a whole other story.

In terms of Black Lady's outfit, she has a long black dress which features some risque side slits, orange sleeves and black cuffs. She is holding a red toned pink scarf, has red heeled shoes and gold and purple earrings. The detail is fabulous on this figure as she even has the black moon mark which is perfectly central between her fringe. She's also got thin brows, some long painted lashes, a cute triangular nose and some slight rosy detailing on her cheeks to create a blush effect.

A Funko POP! stand that works and isn't faulty

Black Lady is seriously pretty, there is no denying it. One thing also worth mentioning is much like the other Sailor Moon figures, with the exception of Tuxedo Mask, she comes with a stand. This is because the characters have slender long legs. That mixed with their large heads means it is impossible for them to stand on their own.

I don't mind the stands as they serve a purpose. They don't exactly look fancy but they get the job done. One thing that really narks me though is when the stands just don't fit. I've had a couple of POPs where I've struggled to fit the stands because the holes haven't been created properly. I've also had it where I've got a figure with two holes but they've been slightly misaligned which is equally as frustrating. Thankfully with Black Lady, the hole provided is perfect and I haven't had any problems getting her on her stand or displaying her. 

All in all? I've gotta say I adore Black Lady. She is for sure one of my all-time favourite Funko figures. She came nicely in one piece, EMP did a good job with packaging as the box arrived in mint condition and the attention to detail is impressive.

Are you a Sailor Moon fan? Where you at all surprised when she appeared?
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3 Reasons Why Kim's Convenience Is AWESOME

3 Reasons Why Kim's Convenience Is AWESOME

If you've not heard of Kim's Convenience, seriously where have you been? The show has quickly become one of my absolute favourite things to watch on good old Netflix. The series is a Canadian sitcom which follows the lives of the Kim family. They're a Korean Canadian family who run a convenience store in Toronto. There is dad Mr Kim, also known as Appa. Then there is mum Mrs Kim better known as Umma. Next, we have the couple's daughter Janet and their estranged son Jung. 

There are also various frequently appearing side characters who are equally as awesome like Kimchee, Jung's best bud and Shannon, Jung's boss. If you aren't already watching the series, seriously, get on it! I love the show and mentioned it recently in my post on tremendous Netflix shows you should watch. But why do I love it so much you ask? Well, there are three main reasons.

Mr Kim is AMAZING

You know how in certain shows there is that one character who just makes it all? Like the rest of the cast and characters are excellent but without that one person, the show just wouldn't really work as well? Take the Big Bang Theory for example (R.I.P) without Jim Parsons playing the hilarious quirky character of Sheldon Cooper the show wouldn't have been anywhere near as successful. Well, Mr Kim played by Paul Sun-Hyung Lee is that kind of character. He makes the show have that extra something which makes it so loveable and addictive. 

Now by saying that I am not suggesting that the other characters aren't well received. I personally LOVE the cast of this show and feel like each actor and actress pulls off their part phenomenally and that is why the show works so well. They're genuinely like a big family who gel together incredibly which only adds to the show's success. But like I said, for me, Mr Kim is my favourite. He's straight to the point, opinionated, blunt and incredibly funny. Paul Sun-Hyung Lee plays a damn good part.

The show showcases excellent Asian talent

It's not often you see many Asian's on western TV. Especially here in the UK, that is for sure. You know what? It sucks. I believe everyone should be represented well in the Western media, well in all media in fact. I am sick and tired of Asians being snubbed. One thing that especially gets me riled up is when a Western actor or actress is cast for a part of an Asian character. That really grinds my gears. But you know what? Things are changing.

The lead actress Lana Condor from To All The Boys I've Loved Before, an absolutely brilliant film taking the internet by storm, she is Asian. The cast of Crazy Rich Asians? All Asian. Kim's Convenience? The main cast are all Asian and let me tell you, it is great to see. I feel like we are finally starting to head in the right direction when it comes to representation. Don't get me wrong there is still a LONG way to go and this is just the first baby step but nevertheless, it is a step in the right direction.

It is heartwarming  

And the third and final reason why I think Kim's Convenience is awesome? It is heartwarming. There are various scenes in which you see the family show love and affection for one and other. This is honestly so lovely. If you're ever feeling down in the dumps and as if the world is all doom and gloom, pop a couple of episodes of Kim's Convenience on. It'll make you giggle and warm your heart. Genuinely yet to come across anyone who doesn't just adore this excellent show.

Are you a Kim's Convenience fan? What character would you most like to meet and have dinner with?
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Is The Deadpool as Bob Ross Funko POP! Really THAT Cool?

Deadpool as Bob Ross Funko POP Figure
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One of my favourite things in life is collecting Funko POP! Figures. I love the way they look all neatly placed on my shelf, which you can see by checking out my Funko POP! post on my other blog. Yes, I do take them out of the boxes. Do I care? Not really. I know a lot of people take pristine care of each and every one of their figures. They never come out of the box and are stored super carefully. That is great! Whatever floats your boat.

Store your damn Funko POP! Figures how your wanna store them!

However, there seems to be this big no-no about anyone taking their figures out of the boxes. Let me tell you if I wanna take my Funko POP! Figures out the box, I will damn well do so. They're mine and I shall do with them what I like. That doesn't mean to say that I don't take care of my pops just because I have them out on display. Because boy, I do. I love my collection and want to display them so I can see them entirely. If that is so wrong, then I guess I've messed up. Honestly though? I don't care. 

ANYWAY! Back in July, I turned 24. To tell the truth, I still feel like an absolute child and haven't quite cracked this whole adulting thing but I am sure I'll get there. My lovely boyfriend Peter very, very kindly got me the Deadpool as Bob Ross Funko POP! and I've gotta say, I absolutely love this little guy. Earlier in the year we went to the cinema for a cute little date and watched Deadpool 2. And let me tell you, it was brilliant. I absolutely love Deadpool. I think he's a refreshing take on your average superhero although at times he is the antihero. His twisted sense of humour is genius and I think Ryan Reynolds plays the character extremely well.

One of the coolest Funko POP! figures in my collection

Hands down Deadpool as Bob Ross is one of my all-time favourite figures in my Funko collection. He is the perfect mix of the disfigured former special forces operative and the late painter who was forever talking about happy little trees. The figure features the standard abnormally large head design as with others in the line. However, because it is a Marvel figure it has a bobblehead. Some people love the bobblehead design, others hate it. I personally love the little twist as I don't own any other bobbleheads. 

Unsurprisingly the Funko head is wearing the classic Deadpool mask which I love. As for the rest of the Pop! He sports Bob's classic attire of a buttoned shirt, blue jeans complete with a brown belt and brown shoes. He also holds a paint palette as well as a giant brush. If you love Deadpool and you are a fan of Bob Ross, this is for sure a figure worth getting your hands on because it is truly awesome. So to answer the question, YES the Funko really is THAT cool.

Are you a fan of the DP and BR Funko Pop! Figure? Did you enjoy Deadpool 1 or 2 more? Did you cry at THAT scene? Because I for sure as hell did!
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Resident Evil 7: Super Scary But Enjoyable?

Resident Evil 7: Super Scary But Enjoyable?

I am a total and utter wimp. Seriously I am. I am scared of my own shadow. I'm that bad. With all that being said, the last game on the planet I thought I'd fall in love with was Resident Evil 7, a jumpy survival horror. I guess its true what they say, after all, you can't help who you fall for. This also isn't the first time I've proclaimed my love for the game. I mentioned the game on my other blog both in my June 2018 favourites and when I chatted about 3 impressive Xbox one games.

A game that will have you on the edge of your seat.

Anyway, in the game, you play as Ethan, a dude looking for his missing wife Mia in the Baker House. When playing you come across members of the family who have been infected who are known as "Molded." In the game, you can use both stealth and combat and if you wish, you can attack the Molded with a variety of weapons. The game is really quite eerie at times and can catch you off guard with jump scares. There were a few times when playing Resident Evil 7 when I really thought I was going to end up having a heart attack. Seriously, it had me on the edge of my seat. However, I couldn't look away. I was just WAY too engrossed in the story. There would be times when I knew something was going to jump out and I'd poop my pants. Then there would be times where I would just be happily searching around and BAM, mini heart attack.

A game that'll provide you with lots of laughs when it comes to your jumpscare reactions.

As a self-confessed wimp, I'll happily admit that I had to play this game only when my boyfriend was around. Yeah, I'm that much of a scaredy pants. However, I think playing Resident Evil 7 with someone else there for moral support has its advantages. Because the game is so jumpy at times it provides you with a lot of laughs and let's be fair, laughter shared is the best. One thing I will say though is that the first hour of gameplay is by far the scariest. Once you get through that initial shock you are able to get into the story more. Plus, you get an overall better feel for the game.

Finding it a little too scary? Fear not.

If you do however still find yourself a little too on edge, fear not, I have tips. Firstly, play this during the daytime, it'll stop your imagination from going full on into overdrive. Secondly, I'd say pop the brightness up on that bad lad. This helps to take away some of that eerie vibe plus makes the gameplay easier. And finally, as I mentioned before, don't play alone. Have others there and trust me, you'll have a good giggle. The only downside to playing Resident Evil 7 I've come across is that the puzzles are a little too easy. Like the clues to solve things are pretty much handed to you on a plate. You don't have to go hunting too far for things nor do you have to get your head around any riddles. In that sense, I think the game is too easy but I loved and enjoyed all other aspects of the game.

Did you enjoy the seventh instalment in the Japanese horror series? Which character would you replace if you could?
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