Reviews

Disney Infinity 3.0 Edition (review)

It’s a year later and we have a new Disney Infinity available to us. Some may think Disney is pulling an Activision or Ubisoft by releasing a new Disney Infinity

One Piece Pirate Warriors 3 (PS4 review)

The folks at W-Omega has brought us the third iteration of One Piece Pirate Warriors. Like last time expect a lot of hack-and-slash gameplay and lots of great visuals that take the

Mad Max: Fury Road (Blu-ray review)

George Miller, you crazy director you. The man brought us the action-packed Mad Max trilogy starring Mel Gibson, and he also did family-friendly films like Babe: Pig in the City

Abyss Odyssey (PS4 review)

By Xchel Monroy The days of old-school platformers are again revisited in Abyss Odyssey. This game is pretty much straight platformer, and it seems that the main point is to

Yu-Gi-Oh! Legacy of The Duelist (PS4 review)

It’s been 15 years since the Yu-Gi-Oh! Trading Card Game was first released in North America, and the game is still as strong as ever, thanks to some very creative

Beware the Blue Bomber! Mega Man Legacy Collection (PS4 review)

The Blue Bomber is back, baby, and this time with the Mega Man Legacy Collection showcasing his first 6 trips around the Robot World to stop Dr. Wily. This Legacy

Fairy Fencer F! Calling all Fencers (PC review)

Compile Heart and Idea Factory are no stranger to porting their successful JRPGs to PC for Steam users lately, and this time they have brought over Fairy Fencer F.  You play

Fate/stay night [Unlimited Blade Works] Blu-ray Box Set 1 review

By Xchel Monroy It is not often when an anime comes along that excels in quality animation and plot. Few series do an outstanding job of delivering hefty doses of animation quality

LEGO Justice League: Attack of the Legion of Doom! Blu-ray (review)

The DC animated multiverses continues to create a myriad of films that caters to both kids and adults. Along with Batman Unlimited: Monster Mayhem, LEGO Justice League: Attack of the

Fear The Walking Dead pilot recap and review: A family drama with zombies

Recap Nick (Frank Dillane) wakes up from a high in a drug house (an old abandoned church) trying to find his zombie-fied girlfriend, who happens to be eating a corpse.

Turbo Kid (movie review)

Trying to successfully mashup multiple genres in film is never an easy task. And yet, the best way to describe Turbo Kid, a selection at last year’s Sundance Film Festival,

Review: Sinister 2

When the first Sinister came out in 2012, both critics and audiences liked the film for its uniqueness. The film had a superb mix of jump scares and uneasiness. It

Gauntlet Slayer Edition (PS4 Review)

Whenever I hear “Wizard needs food badly,” it generally means things aren’t going well in Gauntlet. Yet it still manages to make me smile out of nostalgia from my days

Sword Art Online RE: Hollow Fragment (PS4 review)

Kirito, Asuna and all the rest of the SAO universe is back in Sword Art Online RE: Hollow Fragment for the PlayStation 4. It comes with enhanced visuals, better online

Review: Dragon Ball Z Resurrection ‘F’

Warning: May contain spoilers to Dragonball Z: Resurrection F Last time on Dragon Ball Z, Frieza traveled to Earth in hopes of exacting his revenge against Goku, but was no

Review: The Man from U.N.C.L.E.

The 60s were a time of secret agents and spies. The very first Bond film, Dr. No was released in 1962 and then almost immediately came a whole generation of

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Playmates Mutations toy review

Growing up in the ’90s, one of my favorite cartoons to watch was the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. As a kid I would always want all the cool toys to

Super Mega Baseball: Extra Innings (Xbox One review)

There is an old saying: don’t judge a book by its cover. Well that applies to video games as well. I learned that when I reviewed the new game from

Etrian Odyssey 2 Untold: The Fafnir Knight review

Every time I start a new Etrian Odyssey game, I feel like I’m ready to punish myself over and over again. Not because it’s a bad game, quite the opposite

Book review: War at the Edge of the World

Author Ian James Ross encapsulates what it was like in later Rome as a Roman soldier in his new book War at the Edge of the World. This historical fiction novel