I remember very well the time when the first Resident Evil from Paul Anderson (Paul W. S. Anderson) hit the big screens. The headlines of the gaming and near-game press then were full of puns in the spirit of “Zombies are quiet here,” and the reviews themselves were mostly full of enthusiasm. I also succumbed to the charm of this film and since then I have not missed a single part, trying to watch them on the day of the premiere. However, with each film, I became more and more disappointed. Continue reading
As I wrote in the first preview, in the sequel to this new old “Gothic” from the “piranhas”, we again play as Jax, who, after defeating a huge hybrid robot, is forced to repel an alien threat looming over Magalan. More precisely, at first a strange object loomed over him, but few people paid attention to it – numerous groups sorted out among themselves and fought for power. Unable to face it, Jax left and became a recluse. Continue reading
Political satire arose, perhaps, simultaneously with the advent of this very policy – anecdotes, jokes and ridicule of the highest leaders of the state have always been popular among the general population. Once upon a time, for impartial, but funny statements in the direction of those in power, one could lose one’s freedom, or even life, but today this is easier, isn’t it?
Instead of jokes, there are now, for example, our favorite video games. This Is the President from Russian developers SuperPAC, published under the auspices of THQ Nordic, is an example of such a modern satire that ridicules not only the existing political reality of the United States, of which the player is the president, but also all world politics. Continue reading