Review: The Logitech Harmony wireless smart keyboard, couch surfing at its finest

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Casual couch gaming has never been easier or simpler than with the Harmony. What exactly do I mean by couch gaming? Well if you haven’t watched the video below yet, it’s something that has been growing increasingly popular with games such as Hearthstone and MMO-gamers looking to put in a … Continue reading

Sword Art Online: Hollow Fragment (PS Vita review)

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It’s definitely nice to see more video games based off of anime series being localized in the West, especially for popular anime series like Sword Art Online. Sword Art Online: Hollow Fragment is designed for fans who know the story as well as the characters and continues off where the first arc should have … Continue reading

The Amazing Spider-Man 2 Blu-ray review

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The Amazing Spider-Man 2 is the second film by Director Marc Webb after Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man trilogy. Continuing where the first film left off, we see Peter Parker (Andrew Garfield) getting comfortable as Spider-Man as he fights crime while also dealing with his relationship with Gwen Stacy (Emma Stone). We’re … Continue reading

Hyperdimension Neptunia Re;Birth1 (PS Vita review)

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This isn’t the same Hyperdimension Neptunia you played three years ago on the PlayStation 3. Idea Factory has gone and given the original Neptunia game a whole new look and story while incorporating game mechanics from Hyperdimension Neptunia mk 2 and Hyperdimension Neptunia Victory. New and returning players to Gamindustri will be able to … Continue reading

Review: Mass Effect comic collection deluxe hardcover

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Perhaps one of the most iconic sci-fi franchises ever, Mass Effect contains a rich universe full of interesting characters, intricate futuristic technology, and aliens so bizarre they feel the need to express emotion through adjectives. While the first two games in the series expanded the story significantly, Mass Effect 3 … Continue reading

SuicideGirls: Geekology (hardcover review)

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If I were to ask you who the SuicideGirls were, would you know? If you didn’t, would you still know what an alternative model is? The term “model” is still closely tied to the stereotype of a super slim female that stays in luxurious New York apartments, poses for Calvin … Continue reading

Batman: Assault on Arkham (Blu-ray review)

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Batman: Assault on Arkham is the latest DC Universe animated film that takes place in the Batman Arkham video game universe. If you aren’t caught up with the DC animated films, the quality of these films are pretty good for direct-to-video, and the target audience is mainly the older DC fanboy type. … Continue reading

The Hero’s Guide to The Elder Scrolls Online (review)

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When Elder Scrolls Online came about, many people anticipated that it would play much like Skyrim. While the game possessed mixed reactions, those that stayed with the game loved it for its rich material, signature voice acting, and visceral storylines. For me, some of the consistent material that I personally … Continue reading

Magic the Gathering 2015 Core Set (review)

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If you’re a fan Magic the Gathering in the past, now is a great time to get back into the game. I’m not saying this for some kind of marketing ploy, but the idea is that whenever a new core set comes out, it’s the best time to start cranking out … Continue reading

Cinemax’s The Knick, a period medical drama filled with cocaine and blood (review)

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The Knick is Cinemax’s new medical drama set in the 1900s and is directed by Steven Soderbergh (Oceans Eleven), who directs all 10 episodes. The pilot episode does a great job of letting viewers know what they’re getting into in the first few minutes. First is an opening shot of our main character, … Continue reading

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (movie review)

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Jonathan Liebesman’s Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles is a reboot to the movie universe, so it’s inevitable that fans of the original comics, 1990 movie, and ’80s cartoon will be extra cautious. With Michael Bay acting as producer, many were worried about what he would do to the film. The first warning sign was … Continue reading

Guardians of the Galaxy review

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I have to hand it to Marvel Studios for being brave enough to take chances with unconventional directors for their films. For Captain America: The Winter Soldier, the studio hired the Russo brothers, who are known for NBC’s Community, as co-directors. It worked out in Marvel’s favor, since the movie was highly praised and was considered … Continue reading