Nerd Block July 2014 Mystery Box Review

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Nerd Block July 2014 Classic Mystery Box arrived on my doorstep yesterday, and it comes with 5 nerdy items inside. So how does Nerd Block fare this month? Read below and find out. Like any good nerdy mystery box subscription, the thing I check out first is the t-shirt. With Nerd Block, … Continue reading

Marvel Bishoujo Spider-Woman Metallic Paint Statue Review

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San Diego Comic-Con 2014 is less than a week away and for some people it’s all about the exclusive collectibles If you have never been to San Diego Comic-Con before, it is complete insanity…in a good way. The lines for these exclusive collectibles can take anywhere from 20 minutes to an … Continue reading

Hand of Fate Early Access impressions

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Hand of Fate, a game by Defiant Development, combines multiple genres into a blend of familiar gameplay elements that meld the best aspects of these other genres. Currently, the game is in early access and shows lots of promise with its unique game mechanics that are at times innovative and … Continue reading

‘A Brony Tale’ review: Just needs to be 20 percent cooler

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The world lacks a great deal of love and the magic of friendship, and Bronies are the ones to bring it back. That’s the core of the message behind the avid fandom of My Little Ponies: Friendship is Magic. Produced by Hasbro, the animated cartoon series about female, magical ponies … Continue reading

Review: Guacamelee! Super Turbo Championship Edition

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¡Ay, chihuahua! The critically acclaimed indie phenom Guacamelee! piledrived itself this week to the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Wii U, and the Xbox 360. Dubbed officially as Guacamelee! Super Turbo Championship Edition, this enhanced version of the 2013 award winning Drinkbox Studios indie game is loaded with additional content, support for … Continue reading

Death Sentence: Sex, Drugs and Superpowers (graphic novel review)

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When it comes to comic book superheroes and their powers, it’s always interesting to see the many different ways a writer can come up with how a person acquires their powers. The Fantastic Four got their powers by being exposed to cosmic rays. Spider-Man received his superpowers by getting bit by a radioactive spider. The X-Men were simply … Continue reading

Review: ‘Earth to Echo’ is this generation’s ‘ET’…kinda

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Inspired by films from the 1980s, Earth to Echo is supposed to be this generation’s ET. What would happen if we found an extraterrestrial today? With the amount of technology everywhere, how could an alien sighting NOT be viral? Director David Green, writer Henry Gayden and producer Andrew Panay wanted … Continue reading

The Legend of Korra – Book Two: Spirits (DVD review)

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The Legend of Korra – Book Two: Spirits is now available on Blu-ray and DVD! With the return of Korra, Mako, Bolin, Asami, Tenzin and his family, take on a new threat after the defeat of Amon and the conflict within Republic City. The 14-episode set chronicles Korra’s journey as a … Continue reading

Atelier Rorona Plus: The Alchemist of Arland Review


In 2010 Atelier Rorona: The Alchemist of Arland arrived in the West for the PlayStation 3. Four years and two sequels later, Rorona’s adventure returns in Atelier Rorona Plus: The Alchemist of Arland for the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita. The game features new content including new game mechanics, brand new character models and animations along … Continue reading