Reviews

Hitman Episode 1 (PS4 review)

Agent 47 is back, and this time in segments. While most fans were unimpressed with Hitman: Absolution‘s linear structure, this latest installment aims to bring back the creative freedom that the series has made

WGN’s ‘Underground’ keeps insanity rolling, ‘The Lord’s Day’ review

WGN America’s biggest hit, Underground, continues to astound as audiences are treated to a unique journey still unfolding with each episode. This week’s episode, titled “The Lord’s Day”, keeps the

5 bad things about Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice (spoilers)

Going to the advanced screening of the new Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice movie, I had already lowered my expectations based on what I had seen from the trailers building

Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice Review

Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice is a film that took its time releasing in theaters. Although the film was shot in 2014, it’s only now being released in theaters

Fate/stay night [Unlimited Blade Works] II Limited Edition Blu-ray review

The battle for the Holy Grail continues in the second season box set of Fate/stay night [Unlimited Blade Works]. Caster has captured Saber after using Rule Breaker, thus negating Shiro’s contract

The final word for Nassau – Black Sails XXVII Review

The dust has settled in the aftermath of last week’s episode of Black Sails. Charles Vane has been captured while freeing Jack Rackham from Woodes Rogers’ custody. The leftover cache

Stranger of Sword City (Xbox One review)

Stranger in Sword City is a dungeon-crawling JRPG developed and published by Experience Inc. This genre is rare to see on consoles and is one of the very few JRPGs

Witch and the Hundred Knight: Revival Edition (PS4 review)

Evil Swamp Witch Metallia and Hundred Knight are back again, this time for PS4 to create more filth and chaos. For those of you who missed the trip the first

Midnight Special Review

Science fiction films are a dime a dozen, but every now and then there’s a film so promising that it transcends over the clutter. Last year it was Ex Machina,

Better Call Saul shows its quieter side with ‘Rebecca’

Better Call Saul does not shy away from violence and bloodshed. But as this week’s episode shows, the show can be just as effective when it takes a pause from

Outsiders 1×08 ‘It’s Good to be King’ recap & review

Recap In the wake of Lady Ray’s death, Asa prepares to attend her funeral but is stopped by new bre’nin Big Foster and his men who tell him he’s been

Review: Hitman GO: Definitive Edition

Right on the eve of a new Hitman game, we were able to get our hand on the PlayStation 4 port of Hitman GO. Hitman GO is a strategy game

Review: DxRacer Formula Series

  Last year I took on one of the biggest ventures of my life in creating a professional grade podcast and Twitch streaming studio out of my home. Every detail

Star Wars: The Old Republic – Anarchy in Paradise review

It has been little over a month since the release of the Firebrand chapter for Star Wars: The Old Republic, and some of you would suspect that there would be

The fire to burn Nassau has ignited – Black Sails XXVI review

An uneasy stalemate appears to have halted the battle for Nassau, for now at least. Flint’s return to Nassau is met with Governor Rogers awaiting his arrival to discuss some

Return to PoPoLoCrois: A Story of Seasons Fairytale (3DS review)

I can’t say I know many people who are familiar with PoPoLoCrois. Most are oblivious that the game even exists, and I am not too surprised since the game made its

The Witness PS4 review

I remember back in 2013 when Sony was showing off the PS4 for the first time at a press event, and one of the games they showed off was The Witness.

Pokemon Blue (3DS review)

As a kid growing up in the ’90s, Pokemon was a big part of my life. All of my friends played not only the video games but also the card game.

Kizumonogatari Part I: Tekketsu (anime review)

When Bakemonogatari first came out in 2009, it was a fresh of breath air that both satirized the genre and exploited its own self-awareness into a truly unique piece of

Eye in the Sky Review

Would you risk the life of an innocent child to take out three leaders of a dangerous terrorist group? That’s the question asked in Gavin Hood’s moral drama Eye in