Posts From Jaynesis Ong

Jaynesis Ong
Jaynesis Ong 162 posts

He is currently a graphics designer by trade, illustrator for indie games, fashionisto, film production assistant, socialite, sampler of fine music, and taster of various new MMO games. JB likes destructive walks on the beach, visceral plot points, maniacal villains, and collapsing galactic empires.

Dungeons & Dragons – Mordenkainen’s Tome of Foes (Review)

I’m going to say something that may be controversial, but I’m totally pissed! Not because of Wizards of the Coast and their team working on Dungeons & Dragons, but I’m

World of Warcraft: Battle for Azeroth (Review)

World of Warcraft is still going. Yes, for over a decade, this iconic game surpassed its predecessor, Everquest, and became the household reference in regards to massive multiplayer online games.

The Elder Scrolls Online: Summerset (Review)

Hot on the tail of last year’s release of the Chapter-based content, Morrowind, which saw the return of the Dark Elves’ homeland (last seen in Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind), Zenimax

The Elder Scrolls Online: Summerset – First Impressions

The last time I played Elder Scrolls Online, it existed for around a year and we were just getting the Thieves Guild content. That was back in 2014. Since then,

Avengers: Infinity War review – Thanos will punch you in the gut

There was no marathon for me. To prepare for this movie, all I had were casual conversations with friends about the various characters in the Marvel universe and the Infinity Stones.

Blossom Detective Holmes: The Animated Mini-Series (Kickstarter)

Animation director Steve Ahn, who worked on the recent Voltron animation and operated as the storyboard artist for Guardians of the Galaxy (also Legend of Korra, Ben 10, The Cleveland Show,

Dungeon and Dragons – Xanathar’s Guide to Everything review

If you have been specifically following my reviews and are likewise an avid Dungeons & Dragons fan, you will immediately notice that I have skipped over reviewing Tomb of Annihilation

Wild West Online Early Access impressions

Before we get into my experience with the Early Access – Alpha, check out the video above to see the version of Wild West Online showcased by the developers. Is

Destiny 2 and Alexa give birth to Ghost speaker

This wasn’t something players were expecting. Amazon has given Alexa a new skill, involving the floating manifestation of your relationship with The Traveler! Yes, that’s right, you can speak to

Review: Dungeon and Dragons – Tales from the Yawning Portal

Guess where I was for a year, Reactorites? Somewhere in the Underdark of Silicon Valley. But that is a tale for a different time. Dungeon & Dragons’ Tales from the

BlizzCon 2017: New expansion for World of Warcraft

Wow! After some years of clamoring for this feature, a video of Chromie (the time-traveling Bronze Dragon) showcases the hint for bringing the experience back to Vanilla. Now, as they

BlizzCon 2017: Hanzo coming to Heroes of the Storm

With some of our crew on the ground at BlizzCon 2017, others are keeping their eyes on the live-stream of the opening ceremonies. While I’m personally amped for what is

Dungeon and Dragons – Volo’s Guide to Monsters (review)

Let’s clear some things first… So you’ve stopped the Rise of Tiamat, shattered the Princes of the Apocalypse, pulled yourself Out of the Abyss, challenged the Curse of Strahd, and

Review: Dungeon and Dragons – Storm King’s Thunder

Dear Reactorites, I apologize for my disappearance. I was lost in Ten-Towns selling scrimshaw to survive, alas I have returned to greet you with my long waited review of Dungeon

Star Wars: The Old Republic – Knights of the Eternal Throne (trailer)

Hot on the trails of the conclusion to Star Wars: The Old Republic – Knights of the Fallen Empire, BioWare surprised fans of the MMO that the next expansion, Knights of

Dungeons & Dragons’ Storm King’s Thunder unleashed!

Hello there, Reactorites! I am the long and eternally lost tabletop players here at Nerd Reactor, and I’m here to throw at you the announcement of the recently released Storm

Star Wars: The Old Republic – Anarchy in Paradise review

It has been little over a month since the release of the Firebrand chapter for Star Wars: The Old Republic, and some of you would suspect that there would be

Blade & Soul has come (first impressions)

When I first found out about NCSoft’s Blade & Soul, it was in 2009 and I was a fan of Kim Hyung-Tae, the artist who designed War of Genesis and

Exploding Hoverboards and why

There are two technologies that have consumers buzzing. Drones and Hoverboards. Of the two, drones are easily identifiable as they are understood to be unmanned aerial units. The ambiguous one

Drone police launching to clamp down on crime

Two years ago, the Nerd Reactor crew went to CES and saw a rise in a technological product: consumer-grade aerial drones. While it did not take hold of the public’s