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  • LIFE

    Last seen online

    Guru, Eric E Surbano, Published on 14/01/2022

    » We are a few weeks into 2022 and I suspect many of us are still trying to grapple with the events of 2021. Heck, some of us may still be dealing with 2020! Time, however, waits for no one. We’re almost to the halfway mark of January (gasp) so we need to prepare ourselves for the rest of the months to come and if you don’t know where to start, Guru has you covered. From fun games that chillax you to getting the living daylights scared out of you to apps that could help your productivity, your health and even your love life, here are a few things to help you get on track.

  • LIFE

    Future forward

    Guru, Eric E Surbano, Published on 31/12/2021

    » Today is the last day of 2021 and depending on when you’re reading this, you may only have a few more hours or even just minutes to say goodbye to the year that’s basically been a repetition of 2020. There have been a number of ups and downs as we went through another lockdown and reopening, but the good news is that we made it: we’re still here and still trudging along, though some of us would really like to get a breather from all the craziness.

  • LIFE

    Controversial laughs

    Guru, Eric E Surbano, Published on 31/12/2021

    » Those who don’t know who John Cleese is are missing a lot of laughs in their lives. The legendary British comedian’s career spans more than 60 years, from his work with the equally legendary comedy troupe Monty Python which he co-founded to the iconic sitcom Fawlty Towers. Over his lengthy career, Cleese has had his fair share of controversies due to the material of his comedy.

  • LIFE

    Witching around

    Guru, Eric E Surbano, Published on 24/12/2021

    » When Game Of Thrones ended, it left a bad taste in almost everyone's mouth but more importantly, it left a gory and busty fantasy medieval void in the world. Once a Net­flix adaptation of The Witcher, a popular franchise consisting of novels and video games, was announced, everyone speculated that it would fill that void. While there are similarities, the Netflix show starring Henry Cavill quickly carved out a place and built a fanbase of its own. Guru speaks to showrunner Lauren Schmidt Hissrich about season two, which was released last week, and the difference between what the Geralt audiences saw in the past to the one they'll see now.

  • LIFE

    The 2021 Guru awards

    Guru, Eric E Surbano, Published on 24/12/2021

    » As the year comes to a close and we're all looking back at the past 12 months with introspection, at Guru we will stick to time-honoured tradition of being reflectively snarky. Like any other year, 2021 had no shortage of cringe-worthy and WTF moments. So before we head into the new year with resolutions we'll give up on halfway through the first month of 2022, let's roll out the metaphorical red carpet as we award moments from the eventful year. It's time for this year's edition of the Guru Awards.

  • LIFE

    Life imitating art

    Guru, Eric E Surbano, Published on 17/12/2021

    » A pandemic puts the world at a standstill and turns the lives of everyone upside down. No, we're not talking about Covid. Station Eleven is a novel written by Emily St. John Mandel in 2014. Even then, it seemed to predict somewhat eerily and accurately just what the world was going to go through in the past two years. Now, HBO has brought the novel to life in a new miniseries. Despite the apocalyptic storyline, the show is unlike the drab and dark shows we've come to expect from an end-of-the-world TV series, but showcases humanity moving on from what they went through. Guru speaks with two stars of the series, Mackenzie Davis and Himesh Patel, about similarities with the pandemic and how important art is in keeping us going through difficult times.

  • TECH

    World war boom

    Guru, Eric E Surbano, Published on 03/12/2021

    » Another year, another Call Of Duty title. The franchise goes back to its roots in World War II and puts you in the shoes of an elite team behind Nazi enemy lines. That's only the campaign though, and COD players know that the mayhem truly begins in multiplayer.

  • LIFE

    Let there be light

    Guru, Eric E Surbano, Published on 03/12/2021

    » As the holiday season ramps up, parts of Thailand are transforming into centres of celebration for Christmas and New Year. More accurately, there will be more IG-worthy places for a limited period of time. Malls have set up Christmas trees while a number of light installations around the country are set to give visitors a little light in the otherwise dark and difficult period we've all been through these past couple of months. If you're looking to visit one of these places for some holiday cheer but don't know where to start, Guru has you covered.

  • TECH

    To the extreme

    Guru, Eric E Surbano, Published on 26/11/2021

    » Video games that are based on extreme sports seem to be scarce these days, a far cry from the days of the PS2 when titles like SSX and Tony Hawk's Pro Skater were common. Ubisoft's Rider's Republic seeks to bring back the adrenaline-filled, death-defying tricks into the lives of gamers. Though there are a few things that could be improved, the game does a great job of making players addicted to the rush of racing downhill at high speeds and could hopefully be the first of many extreme sports titles in the coming years.

  • TECH

    Just that

    Guru, Eric E Surbano, Published on 26/11/2021

    » The Just Dance franchise has had people moving and grooving for years, providing a means for gamers to work out by using video games similar to the now popular VR game Beat Saber. With a new Just Dance title being released annually, is it worth spending money on the latest one?

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