“Sleep No More” is an interesting diversion from the usual Doctor Who formula. Using a found-footage format, the episode seeks to live up to the promise in its title by offering scares and spooks a-plenty. However, it proved to be a hard sale after the excellent Zygon two-parter.
If you want to know whether the episode kept me awake in fear or left me feeling crusty-eyed from boredom, keep reading. If you’re the sort to lose sleep over spoilers, stay away.
“The Zygon Invasion” and “The Zygon Inversion” are a power-house pair of episodes. Not only do they tackle a difficult topic, but they also continue the story of the 50th Anniversary episode in a satisfying fashion. Several familiar faces return, and other faces are hijacked by zygons in a decidedly less welcomed fashion.
Don’t read below the cut if you don’t wish to know who is human, who is zygon, and who may be both.
Suffice to say, there’s a learning curve to Fallout 4‘s crafting feature. The Wasteland is a hard enough place to survive as it is; you don’t need obscure directions and a clunky interface to make things more difficult.
After fumbling through the “Sanctuary Quest,” I decided to put together a quick and dirty tutorial on what I learned in the process. I will primarily be focusing on the exact locations of your needed materials, so you can breeze through the quest and get to building your perfect settlement.
I’m officially drowning in videogames, which means that the past few months have been productive. Outside of NPN, I’ve appeared on a few podcasts, reviewed some exciting titles, and participated in another year of Extra Life.
Continuing the two-parter bonanza, these episodes of Doctor Who put an interesting twist on the usual cliff-hanger mechanic and introduce a fascinating new character.
As always, spoilers about who lives and who dies follows.