Have you ever questioned yourself about what you should be doing in the coming days, weeks, months, and years? When reporting to school, work, or National Service has become a daily routine for yourself that it no longer means anything other than fulfilling the mandatory obligations forcefully shoved down into your throat regardless of whether you like it or not, you will begin to feel the need to break free from the 'Status Quo'.
21 April 2014
Published in Games by Project JeForceX
Ever since its public release about a month ago, I have been playing Diablo III: Reaper of Souls on the PC Windows platform, hunting down the reapers who brought death to the city of Westmarch, saving the world from the brink of death, and chasing down Malthael, formerly the Archangel of Wisdom, and currently the Angel of Death through the Pandemonium Fortress.
14 April 2014
Have you ever been in a situation when you just do not feel like doing anything productive and just want to curl up in a dark corner of your room? If you are currently not experiencing this situation, you are doing great in life! However, if you are experiencing this situation, you might be in a state of exhaustion!
Exhaustion might sound like a very simple problem to deal with simply by 'taking a break'. However, different types of exhaustions require different types of breaks. In this feature article, we will discuss about 3 different types of exhaustions that happen and affect the way we live our lives in this modern day and age.
07 April 2014
Project JeForceX has been greatly inspired by what Culture Japan has done and the joy which their Mascot Character has brought to the hearts and minds of the people around the world. We have plans to design our very own mascot characters, both male and female, many years ago but did not have the resources to put our plans into actions.
Neither do we have our very own in-house illustrators, nor do we have excessive amounts of cold hard cash sitting idly by in our vaults waiting to be splurged on commissioning freelance illustrators to design characters for us. However, we have some things that money cannot buy, regardless of the amount, which are 'passion for J-Culture' and the 'drive to pick up new skills'.
We will learn how to create and design fictional characters through online resources and practicing with our own sweat and blood efforts. Should you be interested in creating and designing your very own fictional characters, you are most welcomed to join us in this learning journey of endless discoveries!