Square Enix’s Life is Strange Episode 1 Review

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Life is Strange is a story-based game that features player choices, where the consequences of all your in-game actions and decisions will impact the past, present and future. The choose your own adventure genre is alive and well, and this time Square Enix and Dontnod Entertainment are trying their hands … Continue reading

Escape Room LA: The Detective – A real-life escape room review

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Escape rooms are popular among those looking for a real-life puzzle-solving game. I have been to plenty of these escape room games. Some of them are great, and some of them are very mediocre. My two favorites that I have tried so far are The Purge: Breakout and The Basement LA. … Continue reading

Citizens of Earth Review – Making them do it all


Citizens of Earth is your wacky, retro-inspired RPG from Eden Industries and published by Atlus USA. You take control of the newly elected Vice President of the World, who after winning his position in office is faced with challenges after challenges. Instead of facing the dangers himself, he does what … Continue reading

Valvrave the Liberator Blu-ray Complete Season 2 review


By Kenny Kong Valverave the Liberator Season 2 is now available as a Blu-Ray set bundled with some extras from Aniplex USA. The Blu-ray set features 12 episodes on 3 Blu-ray discs and continues where season 1 left off. Here’s a look at the Blu-ray bundle….. Following the similar pattern of … Continue reading

Resident Evil HD Remaster review


The words ‘classic’ and ‘timeless’ are often overused in the video game review industry. When a new game comes out that really wows the critics, you will find them throwing these kinds of descriptions around, but really only time can be the judge of that. It’s happened to all of … Continue reading

Agent Carter review: ‘Time & Tide’

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Bless my fangirling heart, but I’ve fallen hard for Agent Carter. The mini-series’ third episode, which aired Tuesday, January 13th, continued on the stellar trajectory it began on with the two-hour premier; they’re raising the stakes and making it clear that Agent Carter is not here to be a predictable … Continue reading

Review: Kingsman: The Secret Service

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Five years ago, both Matthew Vaughn and Jane Goldman came together to adapt Mark Millar’s comic book series: Kick-Ass. Now on his third comic book adaptation, Matthew Vaughn and Jane Goldman return to the Mark Millar archive with the adaptation of Kingsman: The Secret Service. Vaughn and Goldman have made amazing comic … Continue reading

Review: Mythbusters 10th Anniversary Collection


Any television show that can educate and entertain simultaneously I am on board with. Discovery’s Mythbusters has been one of the best at this concept over the past 10 years, so I was excited to get a sneak peek at the soon-to-be-released 10th Anniversary Collection. Each of the five hosts picked … Continue reading

Onimonogatari Limited Edition Blu-ray Review


  We’ve reached the second to last arc in Monogatari Season Two, “Onimonogatari,” which features Araragi’s cheeky vampire sidekick, Shinobu (or formerly Kiss-Shot Acerola-Orion Heart-Under-Blade if you’re nitpicky), as the main subject. As always, Aniplex has released a limited edition Blu-ray that contains all the episode for the Shinobu arc in … Continue reading

‘Marvel’s Agent Carter’ season premiere review


The Marvel Cinematic Universe is starting to become the ever-expanding behemoth we’re expecting it to be. The past few months had the MCU bring in the cosmic universe with Guardians of the Galaxy, the Inhumans with Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., and now Marvel’s Agent Carter returns to the 40s to reveal … Continue reading

‘Mother’ is always watching, a daily tracker review


We rely on technology every day to help improve our daily lives, especially when it comes to lifestyle choices. I own several pedometers and fitness monitors, a temperature monitor for my pets, an alarm system for my home, and a variety of apps I use every day for daily reminders … Continue reading

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Blu-ray review

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When Michael Bay first announced that he was producing the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles film, many fans were upset. Bay accidentally mentioning that the turtles would be aliens didn’t help also. Now that the movie is out, it’s safe to say that the Turtles aren’t aliens, but how did the movie fare … Continue reading

Kingdom Hearts 2.5 HD Remix Review


This year we were treated with another Square-enix’s HD remastering of three Kingdom Hearts games. Last year’s 1.5 had the original Kingdom Hearts, Chain of Memories, and KH 358 days/2 which was converted into a short length movie covering all the story elements of the original game. This year Kingdom … Continue reading

The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies review – Third time’s a charm

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The original title of The Battle of the Five Armies, There and Back Again, feels more appropriate than Battle does. It’s almost 11 years since we last felt this bittersweet feeling of finality with Return of the King ending the beloved Lord of the Rings storyline. Now our journey there … Continue reading

Gurren Lagann Volume 2 Blu-ray review

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A series which can be described as extravagant, mesmerizing, visually stunning, and emotionally intense truly deserves a Blu-ray release. Gurren Lagann is a legendary anime, and this disc contains the infamous episode #7, “See you, buddy,” along with 6-10 of course. The series is one of those rare shows that’s simply … Continue reading

Assassin’s Creed Rogue, the underrated Assassin’s Creed game


Ubisoft released two Assassin’s Creed games this year, Assassin’s Creed Unity and Assassin’s Creed Rogue. With Unity being exclusive to the new-gen consoles and PC and Rogue being exclusive to last-gen consoles, there was definitely more hype for Unity. With that said, Unity got most of the press, especially bad … Continue reading