From the ending of my Ni No Kuni review, here is the song bit compleately isolated.
Author: Sofie Liv
“It’s a delightful kind of weird that indulges itself and immerses us completely in a different universe, making the movie feel timeless and something that ought to be recognized as an instant classic.”
Sofie treads dangerous waters as she releases her second game review, officially becoming a female game reviewer. This time, in a extension to Miyazaki March, Sofie reviews the Studio Ghibli and Level 5 collaboration Ni No Kuni. And as an avid RPG gamer, she’s found the game she dreamed of as a child that truly has it all.
Sofie Liv and Jill/Sursum Ursa got invited back to Alcon 2014 to talk about different aspects of women and geek culture, helped along by a prepared slide show and a great audience.
An accompanying video to the Women and Geek culture panel, you probably want to watch that video first though, as this is the place where people got to ask us some questions about that panel.
“It was a stretch to imagine that Nintendo would make a major change like this, so it’s hard to be too disappointed. But still, it raises a good question: Why not make Link female, or at least gender optional? ”
“To give a small subset of consumers a unique story experience for purely commercial reasons would be yet another element keeping the medium from be taken seriously.”
“It’s just as ridiculous as it sounds and looks. Which in all honesty is what makes it great.”
So what has had Sofie so busy the last month that she hardly had time to make any videos.. Well, theatre work of course! and this time she took all the way to belgium to make the rehearsels with th…
Sofie teams up with the Film Renegado one more time for yet another DreamWorks movie, and hey, look! It has Mexicans in it! That makes the Renegado a happy man indeed! And as always, Sofie is never ever sarcastic about anything.
“Over the years, animated shows have been able to give us solid proof that cartoons made by women, and cartoons made for women (and girls) can be successful. Here are just some of the extremely positive representations of women in different cartoon shows and franchises.”
“If Marvel can take a chance on a movie starring a talking raccoon, then certainly they can take a chance on a movie starring a female superhero.”
Sofie finishes her first trilogy of “Who is…?” videos with a more troublesome character, but one who’s also pretty important: the one and only Wonder Woman.
In the second video of Sofie’s “Who is…?” series, she takes a look at Gotham City’s one and only Dark Knight.
“This movie left me wanting more, rather than leaving me frustrated, which is high praise for a film that deliberately screws over its own continuity this much.”
“When it comes to Hollywood making a Godzilla movie, this is about the best possible outcome anyone could have hoped for.”
In the first video of Sofie’s new segment “Who is…?”, she decides to talk about the Man of Tomorrow, and about who he is as a person and a character. What does he stand for? And what is the one “keyword” that sums him up?