Has it been a year already? It seems that we got tired of 2018 about three months in, and the rest was just an endurance race. But now we're here in 2019 and, like every year before it, it seems nothing's changed.
We see a lot of video games -- we get some for free, and we buy others. The amount of money we spend on a game has no relationship to what we think about it.
The year is winding down and the Sistahs are wrapping things up by concentrating on new anime and video games this week.
Time changes everything. And that's particularly evident this time of year.
Just when you think you have everything nailed down, the boards on the front porch start warping on you. Suddenly, you're tripping on a surface you presumed was perfectly flat and level.
It happens in musicals all the time.
If you can't say anything new, don't say anything at all. That seems to be Sony's policy, at least.
During the past 12 years, we have said many a dirty word. We can't help it. It's how we were raised.
Sometimes it just takes one word. That's when the smooth-running train simply falls off its tracks.
The Netflix anime of the ever-popular Castlevania game has turned this week's show topsy-turvy. In it, NinJaSistah actually spoils something, but Pandalicious doesn't.