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Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity - Review Thread
Game InformationGame Title: Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity
- Nintendo Switch (Nov 20, 2020)
- Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity - Announcement Trailer - Nintendo Switch
- Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity - A story 100 years before The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild
OpenCritic - 80 average - 83% recommended - 41 reviews
Critic ReviewsCOGconnected - James Paley - 85 / 100
For me, Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity succeeds on two separate fronts. This is a prequel with the narrative heft required for a game in the Zelda franchise. But, this is also a Musou/Warriors game that twists that formula into something unique and engaging. What emerges from this strange union is an experience unlike either set of source material.
Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity fixes a lot of the problems from the first game and delivers an extremely well done story and world for fans of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild and everyone that still wants to become one in the future. Musou-Fans will miss the tactical component of the genre, but if you can live with some small gameplay missteps, you'll get the best Hyrule Warriors experience so far.
Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity may not be the sequel Nintendo fans are looking for but it’s certainly worth checking out. It has a good roster of characters, great combat, and some interesting ideas that stick the landing.
Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity falters greatly in its narrative. The time-traveling aspect felt like a cheap and easy way to rewrite history without actually adding much to the established lore. That said, this did allow Princess Zelda to shine which ended up being a pleasant surprise. The gameplay is the main hook and it's a bloody fun one at that. There is lots to love here if you can ignore the story.
Forget what you think you know about the history of Breath of the Wild, this takes that story and makes it its own. The result is a hugely satisfying and wondrous adventure. Outside of the main story, it's worth coming back to this again and again. Omega Force has mastered the Musou style and is fully exhibiting that in Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity. The missions offer up plenty of replayability thanks to their diverse range of 'win' conditions. There is an impressive roster to keep coming back to, and it's filled with some fantastic characters that are a true surprise to discover. Every little element of this game works, and it all comes together so perfectly. While gamers are understandably excited to get their hands on the next-gen, Nintendo is ensuring the Switch isn't gathering dust. This will tear attention away from those shiny new boxes, and rightly so. There is so very much to love here. Frankly, a must-buy.
Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity brings some of the same "Warriors" baggage along with it, but as someone who was always into these Omega Force romps, the juice was worth the squeeze. The story was genuinely enthralling throughout and it serves as a great companion piece for Breath of the Wild, while forging its own identity in many respects. I suspect a lot of the alterations are going to be controversial, but I like that they took some big swings and really went with it.
The narrative that it weaves are great. The presentation is impeccable, and each and every one of the characters are fun to play with.
Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity ingeniously translates The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild's world, style, and gameplay into the Warriors formula, and fans of both series will be extremely satisfied with how both are reimagined here. But if you were expecting a more straightforward prequel that truly mined the tragedy of the war against Calamity Ganon, instead of relying on tired tropes like time travel, you might be left a little shell-shocked.
Once again Nintendo prefers to give its own gun battle with quality software. And succeeds again.
Zelda gets the Dynasty Warriors treatment once more, folding in inspiration from Breath of the Wild for the best musou spin-off yet.
The action is tedious, but cutting through swaths of Bokoblins and single-handedly clearing a battlefield is still rewarding
If the name "The Legend of Zelda" means a lot to you, and you can have fun with musou-style games, then Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity will not disappoint. Overall it is of the best games Omega Force ever done with fast-paced and deep gameplay combined with some really great music.
Great Musou in terms of gameplay, that tells the story before Breath of the Wild, but also has to struggle with technical problems.
Ultimately, Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity is a treat for both Warriors fans and those who adore The Legend of Zelda series.
Age of Calamity improves on the combat and structure of Hyrule Warriors, but saps much of the weight from Breath of the Wild's backstory as it fills in its gaps.
Gameblog - Thomas Pillon - French - 6 / 10
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Hyrule Warriors : Age of Calamity delivers yet another Musou X Zelda experience, but fails to offers a great experience beyond the hardcore fans of Breath of the Wild. Pretty rough, the game lacks precision and variety, despite very good direction and musical score. For a few colorful cinematic moments, players with have to brawl they way through way too many similar fights, even with such iconic characters.
Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity is an ace accomplice to Breath of the Wild, providing charming backstories to its colorful cast of characters while carrying forward the spirit of experimental gameplay with impressive results.
Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity is a fantastic Musou game that stays true to it's Breath of the Wild roots. With some of the best gameplay in the genre, it's easy to recommend.
Breath of the Wild elements enrich the musou formula to make Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity a better video game, although there's still some of the usual problems in the genre. It's not perfect, that much is obvious, but it's so much fun that, in the end, you forget about the not so good stuff.
Age of Calamity boasts compelling combat, a stack of content and a clever remix of Breath of the Wild's Hyrule.
Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity tells a story of growth, friendship and courage, in a technically shaky but fascinating musou context.
Not even my ardent love for these characters was enough to sustain my interest over the entire, artificially padded game
The best Dynasty Warriors style game ever made, which means it's slightly north of mediocre, with simplistic combat, weak storytelling, and a whole lot of repetition.
Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity is not exactly the kind of Zelda we're used to, but it is the game that all fans of the series needed, especially for filling gaps left by Breath of the Wild. In addition, it is easily one of the best titles available on the Nintendo Switch. The punctual performance problems that the game has do not overshadow its brilliance and, certainly, its success will leave a legacy for the main franchise.
Approached with the knowledge that this is a full-featured side-dish, you'll have a very good time hacking and slashing your way through Calamity Ganon's minions in Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity; just remember that despite its sparkling presentation, it is still not a Zelda game. What it is is a brilliant Zelda-infused Musou experience filled with varied and satisfying combat and Breath of the Wild additions that work beautifully within the boundaries of the Warriors template.
The Divine Beasts are solidly the weakest part of the campaign and the inventory is a little clumsy to manage. That all being said, the totality of this Musou game is soundly enjoyable. The confidence on display in Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity echoes the earned success Nintendo has found after Breath of the Wild and the Switch. This is a refined and tight action-packed experience that delivers an excellent mix of Zelda lore and creatively ridiculous brawler gameplay.
Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity, is a defining example of what you can do with musou games in the right situation. Not only does it shine Breath of the Wild's enjoyable characters in a new light, but it also provides a new lens to experience Hyrule through. It's an experience that is as much musou as it is Breath of the Wild, but integrates ideas from both, and melds them in interesting ways that's guaranteed to please fans of either game type. If you're a fan of Breath of the Wild, or musou games in general, Age of Calamity is well worth your time and attention, even if the Switch sometimes struggles under its ambitions.
Prequel f Breath of the Life mixed with gameplay of Hyrule Warriors works very well.
The Age of Calamity has befallen Hyrule.
Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity is a game no Zelda or Musou fan should pass up.
Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity it's a bit of a surprise, finally a good musou with an outstanding resonance of Breath of the Wild in terms of story and worldbuilding.
The Zelda devout have already decided to to buy this game and I hope they love it. Everyone else might want to spend some time with the demo first.
Hyrule Warriors: The Age of Calamity is a well-made Musou, which tries to break the preconceptions with which the saga often tends to clash in the West, taking its cue from one of the best games ever. The result is ambitious and effective, albeit with some reservations mainly due to the Switch's technical limitations.
Age of Calamity is, for all intents and purposes, a prequel to Breath of the Wild. It might be a spin-off in a separate genre, but it's clearly a labour of love, and the result is a thoroughly enjoyable romp through one of the most interesting periods of Hyrule. If the first game was a love letter to the Zelda series, this not only improves on this concept in every way, but stands as one of the best Zelda games, period.
Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity is an enjoyable action romp and a worthwhile expansion of the Breath of the Wild universe. Those hoping for a deep narrative expansion of the universe will be underwhelmed, but being able to spend more time with these wonderful characters is more than enough to leave you satisfied.
Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity is a lot to take in. There are so many systems in play here, but somehow they all come together to form a solid, cohesive experience that makes this game so damn hard to put down. Throw in a cast of extremely likeable characters, and set it in the rich world of Breath of the Wild, and you get one of the best musou-style games that Koei Tecmo and Omega Force have ever put out.
Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity isn't The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild 2, but it's a great musou game with a lot of content for starved fans of Breath of the Wild. Even if you're a Zelda fan who can take or leave musou games, Age of Calamity is worth taking. However, occasional slowdown and frame drops, especially in handheld mode on the Switch Lite, make it clear the Switch is aging quickly.
Successful at what it sets out to do, however – providing a fun, interesting and exciting new adventure that fans of that game will surely enjoy. It won’t stay your appetite for Breath of the Wild 2 – but it’ll keep you occupied happily enough all the same.
As one of the better Musou spin-off games out there, Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity is a welcome treat for Breath of the Wild fans. Its gameplay remains expectedly repetitive but there's still a ton of fun to be had with its variety of combat abilities.
Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity is a perfect game to use to revisit the land of Hyrule. Combat additions make this one of the most exciting and interesting Warriors games to play, but the performance can hold it back. It's a great romp that'll keep you engaged for hours, but don't come in expecting great things from the next chapter of a canon Zelda story.
[F1AnalisiTecnica] On board analysis Vettel - Gp Turkey 2020: A "regular" race...
NB: I suggest to also check the original article (in Italian) because there are a lot of TRs of Seb which make the analysis clearer
NB2: It's long, a lot. But I think that it is totally worth it :)
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Today (Sunday ed.) Sebastian won. And he did so by drawing on the great value that nevertheless inhabits his mind. And who cares about the detractors and the kilometer long line of people ready to criticize him and unable to recognize, once again, the capital performance unlined by the four times world champion. It's a pity, however, that among these faces is hidden that of the team principal. Too proud of his future choice to recognize the merits of a starting driver. "Regular"... an unpleasant little word that emerged from consciousness and promptly drowned in the sea of rhetoric. Among the compliments of circumstance. Those you necessarily have to do. In short, certainly not a good figure...
But all this does not matter to the German. He ran as he knows how. Combining style, tactical acumen, aggressiveness and great piloting skills in the wet. Drawing harmonious trajectories without making the slightest smear. A podium, probably the last in Ferrari, divided without bitterness with his bitter rival. Right on the day of the maximum crowning. When the Ferrari management will realize the human thickness lost, it will probably grow...
SF1000: the car that any driver would never want to drive. Yes because sitting at the wheel of a Formula One single-seater, undoubtedly one of the worst of the historic Italian team, is much more difficult than it may seem. There are things where mediocrity is intolerable and Ferrari is the example. It's too much torture for a driver to wander around the world in a crippled Rossa. Unable to represent at best the badge he shows off.
For this reason a third place is worth gold. Especially if obtained in critical condition, where human qualities make up a good slice of the percentage. By training a grumpy mechanical means, often too impetuous. And patience if a team principal points out most of the merits to the improvements made on the car, considering the performance "regular". It is necessary that the spirit of intolerance is based on very bad reasons, because it looks everywhere for the most vain pretexts.
Meticulous, Seb starts making a difference long before the start. Once the pit lane is open, the German driver takes to the track, checking the optimal setup for the car. Discarding the intermediates, convinced that the suitable compound is the "ex wet", he verifies the load incidence at the front. A couple of laps and the decision comes. Back to the garage, a couple of clicks on the wing and off to the track reaching the grid after checking the gearbox. In the short debrief before the race, the first citizen of Heppenheim agrees with Adami: facing the standing start in second gear is the best thing. Message sent to both drivers. The reconnaissance lap is slow. Maybe more than usual. An extreme attention, almost maniacal, emerges observing the work of Vettel, committed to transfer as much energy as possible on the portion of compound in contact with the asphalt. Centering the inflation pressure in today's conditions was fundamental, necessary to increase the feeling with the single-seater. In retrospect, if Ferrari has completely "cannato" this factor in qualifying, in today's day (Sunday ed) he corrected the shot by learning from his mistakes.
By the book, the clutch release gives Sebastian a decisive sprint. He slips in the order: Giovinazzi, Raikkonen, Albon and Verstappen. Then, widening intelligently towards the outside, he squeezes in curve 1 by inserting in one shot Bottas and the two Renault, throwing himself in pursuit of Hamilton. Although the British seems to be able to escape easily from the clutches of the Teutonic, he commits a lightness to the braking of turn 9 going out of the limits of the track. Quick as a hawk the former first Ferrari driver throws himself on the prey and his majesty Lewis ends up behind.
Incredibly, the number 5 crosses the finish line in third position. Not even time to think about it, and the blue racing of Max's RB16 paints the German's rear-view mirrors. Raise your hand if you haven't bet on the Dutchman's ready overtaking. And instead no. Seb is getting serious. He has no intention of giving up the shot. The gentleness in managing the delivery of the accelerating engine testifies it, giving the possibility to the future Aston Martin squire to show a careful, solid defense. Adami's words underline the excellent work done.
At the seventh round comes the first communication regarding the tires. The track is gradually improving and Vettel confirms it on the radio, saying that the crossover to switch to intermediate compounds is getting closer. Adami takes note of this, while the Italian box wall is being studied on Williams, "guilty" of having mounted the green band compound before all.
Five kilometers later, Charles' feedback confirms that the choice to abandon the extreme wet is the correct one. Riccardo puts the four times world champion to the knowledge of the situation, soliciting a feedback that punctually arrives. The call to the pits therefore comes abruptly, while the Ferrarista remains concentrated in the fight with Max Verstappen back there.
The number 5 takes the pit lane, where she is supplied with a train of intermediate greens in 2.8 seconds. Not a great time in agreement ... but for how it is turning in the last races I would say excellent so. Granted the use of K1, Seb is reminded to pay attention to the white line coming out. At lap 9, stop in a sack, the Italian single-seater claims the number 7 position, launching itself in pursuit of Sainz about 5 seconds later. The German is motivated, for no reason frightened by the track conditions, careful but aggressive. He attacks the kerbs with a firm wrist, trying to lower the laptime as much as possible.
Contrary to what was thought, the Milton Keynes team decides to go long on the first stop, delaying the change of tires on the car of the Dutchman who, at the moment, is running faster than the former Red Bull driver. At this stage the upright compounds on the Ferrari have not yet reached the correct window of operation. This can be seen especially in acceleration, where Sebastian, unlike the first stint, is struggling a lot.
The confirmation comes a few curves later, when Adami invites the German to modify a parameter related to the brakes through the manettino of the multifunction, useful to bring temperature to the rear axle still not in bubble. Half a turn later, Lewis' silhouette appears in the mirrors of the Rossa, determined to get rid of the Ferrari driver as soon as possible. Pity that Vettel is not at all of the same idea, supported by Riccardo's words: "racing Hamilton", granting the Teutonic the use of K1 Plus.
Verstappen meanwhile is near the stopover. According to the calculations of the remote garage, a duel with the young Red Bull talent could be engaged shortly. Max's lap time, still on the extreme wet, is better than the German's for some laps already. The Austrian team is in fact taking good advantage of the situation and, numbers in hand, has the clear intention to put the Dutchman's car on track in front of Vettel. Round 12 is coming true what has just been said. Sebastian is now between two fires. Goal number 1, defend himself from the arrogant Hamilton back there. Goal number 2, find the strength to attack Verstappen.
It is undeniable. The ferrarista's cap is more than evident. Super Lewis has much more rhythm but can not pass. In this regard, I would add a very personal consideration. The black arrow number 44, guided with judgment, never seemed too convinced in the duel with Vettel. The feeling, strong, can be deduced in the little gamble used by Hamilton. Determined to take the path of prudence, aware of the teammate's backward position and the tactics to apply to his race.
A dozen or so corners later comes another adjustment made with the multifunction, useful to ensure stability to the rear. Just the time to make the command effective and the first twist of the race comes. Giovinazzi's Alfa Romeo Racing is forced to retire, parking its single-seater inside turn 9. The race direction does not think twice "slowing down" the race. The virtual safety car thus gives the marshals the opportunity to remove the car, placed in a position undoubtedly dangerous.
Usual in these situations, the brake balance adjustments, added to the driver's work on the tires, occupy the turns "under" double yellow flag. About ten kilometers go away in this way, until the green flag comes back to sway on the track. K2 on, brake balance zeroed and a lot of concentration for Seb, always engaged in the defense on Hamilton. The British does not want to waste time and this time he seems determined to get serious. But the excessive heat betrays him again. The braking of turn 12 is too much even for the magnificent W11. Finishing wide Lewis loses the position on Albon who, lurking like a hawk for a couple of laps, easily slips into the Mercedes.
Free from particular pressures, the second Red Bull driver takes about half a lap to get rid of the Ferrari driver, putting him without any difficulty at the braking of turn 7. While the sun peeps on the clouds and its rays reflect weakly on the rear wing of the number 5, the nerves of the F1 lider maximo stiffen, forced to contemplate the berenice braids produced by the Italian car.
The impetus still betrays Verstappen, forced to take the pit lane, guilty of having blurred the Pirelli green band compounds after the spin in curve 11. Seb is now in fourth position, followed like a shadow by Hamilton. The British rider's pressure runs out a few laps later. In "window", the German finally manages to exploit the full potential of the car, gradually lowering the lap time. Given the situation, Brackley's technicians advise Lewis to take a pause for reflection, moving away from the wake of the Ferrari driver to let the W11 breathe.
Focusing on the compounds began to fill the number 5 communications. First of all, the ferrarista is asked to pay particular attention in turn 4, trying to drive the stretch with greater caution to avoid excessive tire degradation. Then, 6 corners further on, Vettel is questioned on the strategy, with the intention of knowing the German opinion on the possible use of the first tyres in the near future. "It is not yet time. It is too risky. The track is drying out but the intermediate ones are still the most suitable compounds". Precise and reasoned, the answer momentarily closes the question.
With Hamilton swinging between 3/4 seconds back there, Adami spurs the Teutonic. The realistic goal is to catch Albon in third position. After lapping Latifi and Grosjean with solid blue to support, the Ferrari of the Teutonic shows off a truly enviable pace. The fact is that a handful of laps are enough to close the gap on the Thai, constantly turning on the high 49.
The mid-race weather update defines a dry scenario for the rest of the race. Considering the moment, Sebastian baptizes the idea of mounting an intermediate train at the next stop as a good idea. While Hamilton's old foxy old man makes up for it under the German's exhausts, when the use of the Drs is finally granted by the race management, the Red Bull number 23 reflects Ferrari red in the mirrors. We're at lap 30 and Sebastian is just over eight seconds away from the top...
Soon radio again. Delicate, the moment calls for a reflection on the strategy to be adopted, after Vettel is informed about Charles' stopover. As often happens in these cases, Sebastian enters into engineer mode by putting on a debrief with Adami, useful to consider all the aspects necessary to make the right decision. We talk about the remaining laps, the traffic to which the number 5 "pittando" would be subjected, the rhythm of the competitors and the possible time to split. A lap flies away like this, with the order to stay out at the moment.
After a reflection on what has been said, the Ferrarista asks for a stop, still wanting the intermediates with a variation to the front wing: "down two clicks". Riccardo invites the former Ferrari captain to a further consideration. According to the pit wall, in fact, enlarging the stint by mounting the slicks for the last part of the race could be a good option. The clear ideas of Sebastian however promptly flee the hypothesis, I believe that the time lost in the first laps would condition the race negatively. At that point Adami goes back to Vettel, asking what he wants to do. The choice falls on the intermediates, with the four times champion interested to stop as soon as possible, remembering how the front left is not so much in health...
However, the pit call only arrives at the next lap. In this regard, the indication of the German on the pressure to be used is very interesting. Sebastian, thinking about the conditions of the track in clear improvement, asks for a lower pressure to ensure that the compound is easier to reach the correct working range. When everything was going for the best once again, I would say, the compound change is late than it should be. It takes the mechanics 5.3 seconds to provide the number 5 with a train of new intermediate pats. Apparently the rear stand decided to make itself a protagonist by jamming and preventing the car from lowering promptly after the replacement of the tires. At the exit of the pit lane Seb is warned of the error of Albon, who went into spin at the exit of turn 4.
At lap 34, two stops in the bag, Sebastian occupies the position number 6. While the German champion is about to face a couple of lapping, Adami asks the use of the multifunction to change the traction of the single-seater, useful to better manage the traction. Back 40. The opaque red becomes bulky in Stroll's rear view mirrors. After moving the engine brake balance one point to the rear, the green light is given to attack the RP20 number 18.
Easy, the overtaking takes place at the exit of turn 10, taking advantage of the indecision that the Canadian shows in acceleration. The fourth position will not last long, however. Charles arrives like a train. He throws himself into the German's exhausts, opens the Drs and slips in his teammate making the defense vain with the K1 plus.
Five kilometers ahead, beyond the rounds still to be completed, the weather is back in communication. "About ten laps and the rain could come". Then, in order to better manage the compounds avoiding excessive wear, the German is asked to cool the compounds in a straight line going out of the trajectory. The second stint now enters the live. Put behind a couple of doubleds, the number 5 grabs the fourth position thanks to Verstappen's third stop.
Communications intensify. Concerned, Adami asks to manage the mixes in the best possible way in case the rain doesn't arrive, having to go through several more laps. After suggesting to reset the engine brake value to zero, we go back to talking about tires. Sebastian does it asking a couple of info: "are you considering dry tires? And moreover, "in what state was the train of intermediate tires replaced?"
The wall lets you know that he is monitoring the situation for the possible stop, defining in good condition, although with a certain amount of graining, the set dismantled in the second visit to the pits. By now the trajectory is practically dry and the intermediate compounds begin to suffer. For this reason, Seb is asked to safeguard the tires in curve 8. The German takes note of the situation and asks himself about Hamilton and Perez's strategy: "Are we sure they will stop? Answer: "No, we are not at all...".
Indeed Lewis and Checo have no doubts: one stop seems to be enough for them. While Riccardo suggests to move the parameter of the differential at the center of the curve by one point at the front, Vettel points out the not good state of the left front, in spite of some laps trying to cool it by going to take water out of the trajectory.
"I'm considering dry tyres. Seb's hypothesis does not seem to convince Ferrari's technicians. To make a stop at this point of the race would mean losing 3 positions. Nevertheless, the calculations to assess this eventuality must be made. While Vettel presses the button to activate the additional lubrication of the endothermic, he is warned of Sainz's pace. The Spaniard is spinning really fast, closing little by little the gap with the number 5. However, the mayor of Heppenheim does not give up the shot and taking advantage of a couple of Leclerc's long shots, he tries to get closer to his teammate. Suddenly another meteorological communication arrives. In fact the concrete possibility of having a strong rain for the last lap appears: 50% according to the data.
In the meantime Sainz makes a mistake by loosening the pressure on the Ferrarista, while Perez, in front, is suffering tremendously. His compounds are practically finished and Charles is almost in the Mexican's exhausts. Vettel, in tow, tries to maintain the rhythm of his teammate. With three laps to go, the race still seems to be open. Seb switches to the more pushed fuel mode by throwing himself in pursuit of Leclerc, being able to use the overtake button. A race like this, full of emotions from the start, could not have ended otherwise. Suddenly, the turn arrives in extremis. Back 58, last lap. Although the number 16 is able to overtake the Racing Point in acceleration after turn 10, the Mexican resists, he is exhausted and does not give up. Throwing himself in Leclerc's slipstream, he discards on the left and forces the Ferrari driver to a braking at the entrance of the last chicane.
Charles goes very wide and not being able to close the trajectory opens the door wide. The sad epilogue of the young Monegasque man gives great joy to Vettel, who is clever in grabbing the third square. The final radio team tells a finally happy Sebastian, author of a really amazing test.
In the last chat of the race the German summarizes the performance, highlighting the highlights of the race with a quick debrief. Until the end, engineer mode on!
With the car off, parked in a closed park, from the number 5 you can hear a nice curtain. Communication in which, unlike what you think, the beautiful relationship between the two emerges...
-Alessandro Arcari - @ berrageiz