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

Constantine ‘The Saint of Last Resorts’ part 1 review (spoilers)

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Constantine is one of the new genre shows that have struggled to find its footing this season. Along with Gotham and Forever, Constantine has gained a forgiving and loyal fanbase willing to give the show time to resolve its issues. Perhaps the biggest issue is that following the show’s premiere, … Continue reading

The Kingdom of Dreams and Madness (film review)

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The name Hayao Miyazaki has sparked praise from audiences around the world. From his directorial debut in Lupin the Third’s Castle of Cagliostro to his swan song, The Wind Rises, Miyazaki, along with Studio Ghibli, have set records in Japanese box offices and even went on to win a prestigious … Continue reading

Extraterrestrial review: Get probed!


The Vicious brothers’ first big break was Grave Encounters, a found-footage film that’s a twist on the ever popular reality ghost hunting shows. The film received mixed reviews but was successful enough to garner a sequel. Unfortunately, critics were not so kind on the second film. In their new film Extraterrestrial, Collin … Continue reading

Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris review – The Good, the Bad, and the BANG!


After playing through Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light twice and enjoying it very much, you can imagine my excitement for Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris. Upon installation I sat on the couch with the very same friend that I beat the last entry of the game … Continue reading

Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy (Nintendo 3DS review)

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Capcom brings the original three games Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney, Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Justice for All and Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trials and Tribulations in one collection featuring improved visuals, remixed tracks and even 3D support for the Nintendo 3DS. The Phoenix Wright series is like an interactive novel where you play as a defense … Continue reading

Review: Nisekoi Volume: 1 Blu-ray

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Love sucks. At least, the heart-wrenching monogamous allegory called love that we’re presented with in the real world. Thankfully, in the bright and cheerful realm of ecchi romance harem anime, it’s an adventure through the life of one unbelievably lucky individual and his many pseudo-girlfriends. I’ve never liked guys like these. … Continue reading

LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham review


TT Games has called the caped crusader out of the Batcave once again, and this time they are taking him not only to cities outside of Gotham but to other planets. That’s right, planets. While LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham‘s story starts in Gotham and appears to just focus on … Continue reading

Telltale’s Game of Thrones: Episode 1 ‘Iron from Ice’ review


Telltale’s adaptation of George R. R. Martin’s world was one of the most highly anticipated games of 2015. Already well known for their award-winning work on The Walking Dead and Wolf Among Us,  Telltale’s new episodic Game of Thrones series has all the makings for another Game of the Year contender. … Continue reading

A Terrible Time: The Party Game Where Everyone Loses (review)

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A Terrible Time is a combination of Charades, Cards Against Humanity, and Pictionary. This game is best played with friends who have no shame, since it may end very badly. It’s not a friendship-ending game like Monopoly, but it can lead into that direction. This was a Kickstarter-funded game and has finally … Continue reading

Tales from the Borderlands: ‘Zer0 Sum’ review

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If you have ever played a Telltale game then you know this game is nothing like the game that it gets its inspiration from. With that being said, you still get the same feeling as if you’re in the same world as the series it derives from. Tales from the Borderlands Episode 1 … Continue reading

Samurai Warriors 4 (review)


Samurai Warriors is back again and this time boasting the most content to date. Koei Tecmo really pulled out all the stops for their 4th iteration. Samurai Warriors 4 has the most characters, storyline, and customization options to date. I spent well over 30 minutes just to create my perfect … Continue reading