Dragon Ball Xenoverse (PS4 review)


The Dragon Ball Z Budokai series has been coming out with new games almost yearly since 2002. Some were hits, and other were misses. What can you do to make the game experience something new and refreshing? We’ve seen “what if” stories, original characters, 3-vs-3 matches with online capabilities and traveled … Continue reading

Parks and Recreation and its glorious sendoff

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Since its inception, Parks and Recreation has always played the role of the underdog. Premiering during the height of the mockumentary era of The Office and Modern Family, the show admittedly had a rough start. With just six episodes in its first season, it had little time to find its … Continue reading

Tengen Toppa Gurren Lagann Vol. 4 & 5 (Blu-ray review)


The second half of Tengen Toppa Gurren Lagann was epic in many ways. The series evolved just as the characters in the series have, taking place seven years after Simon defeated Lordgenome. Simon is now the president of Kamina city, and Team Dai-Gurren and the humans have finally settled into living a … Continue reading

Crowned, an indie web series about life as a princess party character (review)


Every girl dreams of being a princess. As for me? I dreamed of being She Ra, Princess of Power. She may not be your conventional princess, but she’s a princess nonetheless. As adults, reality sets in and we realize being a princess isn’t all it’s cracked up to be, especially if … Continue reading

KontrolFreek enhances your PS4 controller analog sticks


The PlayStation 4’s DualShock 4 controller is a big improvement over the previous controllers. It has a more ergonomic grip, wider spacing for the analog sticks, more comfortable analog sticks, and many other features. Even with the improved analog sticks, it still can be improved upon. Right now as it … Continue reading

Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate (review)


At the time of this review, I’ve logged about 70 hours into Capcom’s latest Monster Slaying addiction, Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate, and I’m just getting started. If you’ve played a previous Monster Hunter before, there are a whole new slew of additions they’ve made to the game. For example, now you can … Continue reading

Better Call Saul – Breaking free from its predecessor’s shadow


Spin-offs are a tricky business. Sometimes you end up with a Frasier, and other times you get Joey. And yet, spin-offs have the odds stacked against them from the start, given that they are almost always built off of a highly successful predecessor. After all, no one is clamoring for … Continue reading

Telltale’s Game of Thrones: Episode 2 ‘The Lost Lords’ review


Watch out for spoilers ahead if you haven’t finished the first episode of Telltale’s Game of Thrones. We just got our hands on the new episode of Telltale’s Game of Thrones. When we last left off, Ramsey Snow killed Ethan Forrester and stationed Whitehill soldiers inside Ironrath to ensure their full cooperation … Continue reading

Hyperdimension Neptunia Re;Birth 2: Sisters Generation review


Have you ever beaten a video game and thought maybe they could have fixed this part or add this here? Well Idea Factory did that with its previous release of Hyperdimension Neptunia Re;Birth1 with improved battle system, enhanced in-game visuals and animations and more. Now the sequel, Hyperdimension Neptunia Re;Birth 2: Sisters Generation, … Continue reading

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