Solo: A Star Wars Prediction about Princess Leia

In the spirit of fun internet speculation, here’s a silly thought I had yesterday that I’ve become reasonably convinced will happen in the upcoming film Solo: A Star Wars Story.

I think they will shoehorn a short moment into the film that has young Han Solo and Princess Leia come into contact. This seems dumb enough that it will happen, and here’s why.

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Nerdual Reality – Demonstration Games

You’ve bought your VR system, set it up, maybe upgraded your computer, and now you’ve downloaded and played a lot of the free experiences that act as an introduction to VR. They’re quite fun, if a bit short, but now you face the question of what to do next. The answer is to invite round friends and family and show off those same introductory experiences to them as well. Because you’d told them that you bought a VR system, and now you have to prove that it wasn’t a huge waste of money.

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Review: Telltale’s Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy Episode 1: Tangled up in a Long Title

After a few stumbles in their latest outings, Telltale’s Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy Episode 1: Tangled up in Blue (“GOTG” from here on out) harks back to their last truly excellent offering of Tales From the Borderlands, with the familiar action-comedy setting of the latter to tell… a tale.

These things are episodic, so any review at this point may not be necessarily useful. For what it’s worth though – it’s pretty good. If you’re a fan of Telltale experiences or Guardians of the Galaxy, then you’ll probably enjoy this, as I certainly did.

However, there’s enough here to get me pedantically analysing the thing, and that’s always fun!

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Nerdual Reality – Introduction

Welcome to the first of a series of articles about my travels throughout the wild landscape of VR. I have owned a VR headset since June last year and in that time I have amassed a library of dozens of games and played a hundred hours of some of the most unique gameplay you can have on the PC. Needless to say that these articles will reflect my own personal experiences with this technology, so if you feel I have disparaged your favourite game then feel free to call me an idiot in the comments. Without further ado, it’s time to jack in!

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