Thursday, January 20, 2022

Reviews

Pokémon Unite: An entirely new genre

It is a massively online battlefield arena where players combat other players in battles

Scarlet Nexus: A fun-filled, action-packed mystery game

Scarlet Nexus is quite a fun game and the plot has several mysteries that gnaw at you and encourage you to keep playing

Narappa’s fights and stunts keep you glued

The Venkatesh, Priyamani-starrer stands up for a theme, the characters and the gripping performances

Here’s all you need to know about PlayStation 5!

The review is based on three broad categories: hardware performance, gameplay experience, and software and game content; each essential to help a console make an impression

Egg Hunt: First-person browser-based shooter

A review of Shell Shockers.io an FPS game in a browser

No Nonsense Nandhini, a heartwarming tale of resilience and hope

Nandhini lived in a small village Sivagangai in Tamil Nadu with her parents, Poovayi (mother) and Mani (father) along with her siblings Sasi and Vijay

’99 songs’ follows a fresh tangent

An unpretentiously made film, ‘99 Songs’ offers a pleasant viewing, despite leaving fans a tad disappointed

Sardar Ka Grandson: Interesting story with out-of-the-box concept

What robs the interesting concept is that most of it is ill-structured and the actors, despite their reputation, fall short of being their best.

Radhe: Just another outing celebrating anarchy

This Bhai is surely not the most Wanted

Vakeel Saab review: Not just a court room drama

Pawan Kalyan energises the whistle filling opportunities in the script.

A grotesque gang war

'Sulthan' is just 157 minutes of loud melodrama, nonstop violence and unimpressive performances

Dragons and goddesses: Defending the ancients

A review of the new Netflix series DOTA: Dragon’s Blood, a game that draws from the world of warcraft

Wild Dog: Nagarjuna shines in this thrilling entertainer

Nagarjuna’s Wild Dog pushes the straight jacket perception of scheming terrorists and brave heart policemen

Documenting Saina’s success

The biopic film starts with a good note but however doesn't manage to keep the spirits hight by the end of the film

‘Rang De’ adds some colour to life

Nithiin and Keerthy Suresh give their best to make Rang De a watchable movie
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