Galactic Armament Race, Am I Right? – Stellaris

Ima tell a long story, a story about a ga_laxy.

A galaxy full of stars, and they result in Stel_laris.

First you have a gigantic map, and you are pretty perplexed.

Where am I, who am I, what do I do?

As if you have answers.

But this time, it is all different. It is pretty apparent, Paradox has finally ditched baffling system and makes it transparent. A good tutorial section. 

From diplomacy to resources, battleships to cruisers. You can wage war and you can deplore (empires). ...READ MORE

The Initial Debunk of Humanity – Fallout 3

Fallout 3 is the first title that has been adapted to the 3D world, much like Bethesda’s previous work, Elder Scrolls.

Fallout 3 is definitely one of the good games back in 2008. The dialogues are lively to say the least, what’s more significant is that Bethesda made characters in the game as vividly human as possible.

Despite the old graphics, the game holds a strong connection to the player. Most NPCs in the game do not seem incredibly robotic, and as automated as possible like in the later titles. ...READ MORE

Not Just The End – Assassin’s Creed Revelations Review

Revelations paints the late stage of the legendary assassin, the mentor, and the successor of the Creed, Ezio Auditore.

In his 50s, Ezio is old, yet still vigorous and passionate about his seeking of the forefather’s legacy. He has already transformed from that young lad that was vengeful and resentful about his family’s deaths, by tracing the steps of his father and brother, to a leader who single-handedly founded the Assassin Brotherhood across Europe and to the extent of Middle Asia. Now, he is the twos before, although an aged body, but still a young heart with passion. ...READ MORE

Why Red Dead Redemption Is Great

So there is this Stranger mission in Red Dead Redemption.

You encounter a woman crying in a church outside of Blackwater. As a noble outlaw, you customarily go forth and ask her well-being.

The woman is pregnant with a rather big belly, seems like a baby for 6 or 7  months now. As a hero of the wild west, or you claim yourself to be, none other than killing innocents or criminals, you are concerned with this woman’s problems. ...READ MORE

The Wealth of Nation, A Contemporary Revisit of the Unchanged Laws of Market

Book I

Chapter 1 – Division of Labor

The 18th century English is hard to read as the book is constructed on many clauses for one sentence.

However, the keen observation by Adam Smith for the national economy is mostly interesting for readers.

In this chapter, Smith explains the divisions of labor and the importance of it.

He thinks, that the more specified the task is (the more divisions a business has), the more efficient the business will undertake. ...READ MORE

Talk Like TED, a Few Tips for a Better Presentation by Carmine Gallo

Talk Like TED is a book all about public presentation, and especially, TED presentations.

In this book, Carmine Gallo pointed out a few tips for how one can improve his/her public speaking skills. However, Gallo did not delve deeper onto the concepts and issues he talked about in the book. So, overall, the book seems to be aimed at the general public rather than avid readers/learners. As I had a hard time contemplating what the actual techniques the book had talked about. ...READ MORE

Managing Oneself, a Contemporary Way of Working Efficiently by Peter Drucker

Drucker wrote this book on the basis of an already developed person. Which means, this book is more oriented for the people who have tasted the society a little bit and who have entered the corporate life.

Everything in this book stems from the already established strengths and weaknesses of one’s, and one shall improve and avoid upon them. This is clearly stated in the book.

The book is very short, you can finish it with probably 3 or 4 hours of meticulous reading. ...READ MORE