Edge of Tomorrow (video review)


John and Mike take a look at the new Tom Cruise action adventure, Edge of Tomorrow. Based of the “Light Novel”, All You Need is Kill, Tom Cruise’s character finds himself caught in a time loop, living the same day over and over again in a endless war against a superior alien race. … Continue reading

Monster Monpiece Review – Card battles and half-naked female monsters you rub


So before starting the review for Monster Monpiece, I think it should be pointed out this game has a lot of sexual references. It is a card game that draws its powers from female monsters who have different abilities and would best be described as a cross between Magic the Gathering and … Continue reading

Loot Crate’s May 2014 subscription box review

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Loot Crate is a monthly subscription mystery box catering to geeks and gamers. It’s a pretty cheap subscription compared to other nerdy subscription services like Nerd Block. For just $13.37 monthly plus $6 for shipping and handling, you easily get great value inside the box. However, each person will have different tastes. Let’s check out … Continue reading

Marvel’s Avengers STATION Exhibition preview


By Joshua Kaye On May 29th, Discovery Times Square along with Victory Hill Exhibitions and Marvel Entertainment had a preview showing of the Marvel’s Avengers S.T.A.T.I.O.N. (Scientific Training and Tactical Intelligence Operative Network) Exhibition. Only opening their doors early to preview this highly anticipated exhibit to over 700 guests, I … Continue reading

Game of Thrones: The Viper and the Mountain Battle Royale

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This is why we can’t have nice things!  Because George R. R. Martin takes them away from us!  As an avid reader of Martin’s superlative Song of Fire and Ice novels, I’ve learned to steel myself from even the slightest shred of hope. Reading Martin’s tales of Westeros in hopes … Continue reading

BlazBlue Chronophantasma’s Noel Vermillion 1/7 scale figure review


I love collecting video game figures, and I was thinking about picking up the BlazBlue Chronophantasma – Mu-12 PVC Figure from Good Smile. I instead saw something else that caught my eye from a company called Vertex Dwell. I’ve actually never noticed any of the offerings from Vertex Dwell before at my local anime … Continue reading

Hyperdimension Neptunia PP – Raise an idol easily (review)


The Goddesses of Gamindustri have started to lose their powers and their shares due to an idol band known as MOB48 (a parody of Japanese Idol band AKB48), which is composed of different monsters the Goddesses have beaten in the past. To regain their shares and powers the Goddesses decide to fight … Continue reading

Watch Dogs review

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Watch Dogs is a game that received just as much hype from its debut trailer as it has received disdain with the recent graphical downgrade for next-gen consoles. Ubisoft has advertised to us a dynamic and hackable open world that you can mess with using your smart phone, like changing traffic lights, hacking ATM machines, and … Continue reading

Review: ‘Girl Meets World’ pilot

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I honestly have been waiting for this show since the announcement of the spin-off series to 90’s show Boy Meets World. They brought Cory and Topanga Matthews (Ben Savage and Danielle Fishel) back and are giving us a conclusion to their lives – they have been living happy in New York with their two children, … Continue reading

Comics In Focus: Chris Claremont’s X-Men (review)


He is one of the people responsible for one of the most iconic Wolverine comics of all time. Although he didn’t create the character, he’s probably the most iconic writer for the X-Men. He is Chris Claremont. To several fans, Claremont is synonymous to the X-Men themselves. The writer is … Continue reading

Review: Attack on Titan’s Mikasa Ackerman Figma figure

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Why is everything from Japan just so much better? From consoles to snacks, now upon my discovery, action figures. The Figma series from Max Factory is one of the world’s most high quality and realistic action figure genre available on the market. While I still do prefer statues to figures, … Continue reading

Wolfenstein: The New Order brings back the killin’ Nazi business (review)

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Wolfenstein is one of the video game properties that helped shape first-person shooters today, and it’s been many years since we’ve last seen a Wolfenstein game. With the newly-released Wolfenstein: The New Order being developer MachineGames’ first title, I can’t say I was looking forward to playing the game. (Duke Nukem was another pioneer for FPS games, … Continue reading

Mugen Souls Z Review – May the Moé be with you


As the self proclaimed “Overwhelming Beautiful Ultimate Undisputed God of the Universe,” Chou-Chou continues her quest to conquer anything and everything she wants in Mugen Souls Z, a sequel to 2012’s Mugen Souls. She has decided that the seven worlds aren’t enough for her and hears about another universe that has twelve worlds. She decides … Continue reading