Musings From Us Listings For Columbia

The following are the all of the articles that have been tagged as and being related to Columbia that can be found here at Musings From Us, for your enjoyment.

BioShock: Infinite

This entry was posted in Action Games, Adventure Games, First Person Shooters, Role Playing Games, Software by Will on


Fun Factor:★★★★☆ 

BioShock: Infinite was a great game that I enjoyed. This game set in the sky instead of under the sea. The graphics and gameplay have been improved alot. The graphics looks more detailed and has brighter colors on the PC. When you play the PC, it looks like a PS4 game. I had been playing the console version, and it looks muddy and low res. The gameplay on the other is fantastic.

I like the gameplay better than anything else. It sucks that you have only two weapons instead of more. In the first Bioshock game, you have more weapons to choose from. I don’t understand why the developers want us to have two weapons instead of more. The story in this game is confusing. You have to find a young girl named Elizabeth in Columbia. Elizabeth has the powers to open other worlds or different time periods (She’s a TARDIS!). Columbia is where you in this game. In Columbia, there are a bunch of racist Donald Trumps. When I got in Columbia, there was a white man who wanted to throw a baseball at a black woman. So, I threw it at the white man and got arrested. So, I fight back.

Romancing the Stone (1984)

This entry was posted in Action, Adventure, Comedy, DVD, Videos & Movies, Romance by Cleave on

A fun and exciting film with lots of adventure and romance in the jungles of Columbia. This film does have something for everyone as long as you are not a person that has to have a CG shot everywhere. There were not computer graphics used in this film and the one special effect was that of the lighting of the stone and that was done in post production and by hand. They just don’t make them like this any more where all the shots were real and everything was done by an actual person and many times by the actors themselves. It is that attention to the film that really shines in this romantic comedy by Michael Douglas Productions.