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The New Mass Effect: Legendary Edition Trailer Got Mixed Reactions

April 16, 2021

Bioware has released a new trailer for Mass Legendary Edition and many fans aren’t too impressed with the trailer.
A trailer reviewer stated that the side-by-side comparisons were better than the original game and that the scenes with Mako and the surrounding environment were improved.
Bioware has posted a video on YouTube that compares the original character models with the latest version of the game.
One comment on this YouTube video said that they don’t have to convince him or her about the game, since he is already sold.
A commenter thinks the change was just a good calibration.
The fans on Twitter weren’t as enthusiastic as the reviewers on YouTube.
An excited fan on Twitter wondered what was going on. The original version looked far better.
Another fan on Twitter commented that Anderson looked like a burn victim. He or she thought something looked way off.
Some Twitter fans believe that the new version is an improvement. It is better, but it is still just average at best.
In 2021, Mass Effect: Legendary Edition will be launched for PS4 and Xbox One. It will work with both the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S.

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Thai Government Gets New Contracts To Get the Thai-Sino Rail Project Done

March 31, 2021

Recently, three cotracts have been signed by the Thai government with the Thai-Sino (Chinese) high-speed rail project from Bangkok to Nakhon Ratchasima, also known as Korat.
These contracts are attached to the construction of a maintenance depot in Chiang Rak Moi, the rail engineering works along the Phra Kaew-Saraburi line, and the civil engineering works on the Nava Nakhon-Ban Pho line.
A letter to start the work will be issued by the State Railway of Thailand (SRT) after these three contracts are signed.
Following the preparation of the documents, three more contracts will be prepared, including the works between Don Muang and Nava Nakhon, the civil engineering works along the Bang Sue-Don Muang section, and the Ban Pho-Phra Kaew section.
The project has already begun. It will be a 235 km rail link between Bangkok and Korat. It is estimated to cost about $5 billion (about 200 billion Thai baht).
Thailand’s military took over the government in 2014. Since then, they have concentrated heavily on infrastructure projects. In 2021, the area around the Northern Bus Terminal will be unrecognizable.
There was an election two years ago in which the party that won the election was led by the leader of the coup in 2014.
Upon completion of the project, this train route will connect Bangkok, Ayutthaya, Don Muang, Saraburi, Pak Chong (in the province of Korat), and Korat, the capital of Korat.
This project will certainly not be completed this year because the winning firms for these six contracts will be announced at the end of this year.
Through a partnership with China, Thailand has agreed to be responsible for the investments and civil works.

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My First Movie Theatrical Experience in A Year: Godzilla Vs. Kong Vs. COVID-19

March 27, 2021

On the weekend, I live in Ubon Ratchathani, one of the largest cities in the Northeastern part of Thailand, and the rest of the week, I work in a Yasothon province town that my Thai colleagues think is a village.
On Saturday, March 27th, 2021, my friend was inspired to go eat at the Sunee Tower, a mall with a movie theater.
while I was walking to the restaurant, I noticed a movie poster for Godzilla Vs. Kong..
I am kind of a Godzilla freak. When I was a kid in Boston in the late 70s and early 80s, one of the local stations had the Creature Double Feature. They showed two movies for 4 hours with all kinds of nasty creatures. They must have shown every Japanese monster movie in badly dubbed English from the 1950s to the 1980s. I think my kid self liked them the most because they were fun and they were nice compared to the other creature movies on this special show. The other creature gave me nightmares, Godzilla did not.
I saw Godzilla (1998) and was repulsed by how badly it was made. The acting and the writing were really bad. It did look good, but that is the best that you can say about it. IF you wanted to torture somebody, this is probably one of the films that you would pick.
In the 2000s, I played a video or PC game that featured all the monsters in the Godzilla universe. You could say that I am familiar with the Godzilla mythology, at least the Japanese version of it.
Back in 2021, We made it to the restaurant. I told my friend that I wanted to see the movie. He looked at his movie app and found that it was starting at the mall movie theater at 6:30 pm. What time we were eating? 6:30 pm. We knew that movie trailers at Thai movie theaters usually run for 20 to 25 minutes. We thought that we might still be able to get to the movie on time.
We ate very quickly.
We took the nearest elevator and we thought we were going to the right floor. We ended up on the wrong floor. We had to run to get to the movie theater.
At the movie theater, three people seemed to be having a debate with the ticket sellers. They finally resolved their debate and we got to finally buy tickets.
Again, we had to run to the theater, up two flights of escalators.
We finally arrived at the movie theater for the film at 6:55 pm.
After all this effort, was the film worth it to see? I am afraid that it was not. The monster fights were awesome and I was glad to see a new 21st-century version of MechaGodzilla (a robotic version of Godzilla).
This is the fourth film in this movie franchise. I have only seen Godzilla: King of All Monsters, but the biggest hole in these seems to be the human beings. They don’t get the best dialogue or the best stories. The more that they focus on them, the worse the film gets. Please, just focus on the monsters and everything is fine.
Like The Fast and Furious, physics is a big casualty in this film. The viewer is supposed to believe that King Kong’s home is in a secret underground paradise that somehow manages to have oxygen and fully built buildings. Where does the oxygen come from? Who built the buildings? Why do they go some portal to get to this underground paradise? Why wasn’t this paradise crushed by gravity? If you are a physicist, please, please, don’t see this film. Your mind will explode.
After the film, we went to get some food and then we went home.
What is it like to see a film during a pandemic? In Thailand, everybody wears masks. Not many Thais see English films anyway so social distancing is not an issue. They had sanitizers everywhere.
I certainly wish the film was better after having not seen a movie in a theater for a year. I hope next time is better.
Be good. Be safe. Have a good life. See you later.

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