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

Review: RAVPower Qi-Enabled wireless charger charging pad


Introducing the new way to charge your phone without any messy wires – the RAVPower Qi-Enabled wireless charger pad. I actually had never used a wireless charging pad before and was really used to my wired chargers. I’ve reviewed some battery chargers before, but this would be the first that … Continue reading

Telltale’s Walking Dead Season 2 Episode 3 ‘In Harm’s Way’ (review)

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Telltales Games’ The Walking Dead takes shape and through amazing storytelling sets the bar for the interactive storybook genre. Throughout the duration of my personal experiences with the Telltale games, there is always this internal struggle. Unfortunately the struggle for me has not revolved around thoughts inside the game, but … Continue reading

Street Fighter Chun-Li Bishoujo Statue review


First introduced in 1991, Chinese martial artist Chun-Li has appeared in many of Capcom’s fighting games for the last 23 years, including all of the the Street Fighter series after Street Fighter II. Powerful and beautiful, it only makes sense that Chun-Li would be the Street Fighter female to be added to Kotobukiya’s Bishoujo … Continue reading

Godzilla Review: The King of the Monsters has returned


Words can’t express the level of anticipation I have had for Gareth Edward’s film. I have numerous fond memories of Godzilla growing up, having watched Toho’s movies many times and could probably reenact them on stage in a one-man show. I vividly remember sitting in front of my grandmother’s old … Continue reading

UNSEALED Alien Files – Season 3 Premiere (Review)


UNSEALED is a series devoted to the various files unveiled through the U.S. Freedom of Information Act in 2011. Due to this powerful act, many government files were declassified which gathered much attention from the public. Due to the great amount of data available, Bellum Entertainment Group created two shows … Continue reading

JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: All Star Battle Review


Back in 1999 Capcom released the first JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure fighting game for the arcades in Japan, Europe and North America and eventually ported the 2D anime fighter over to the PlayStation and Dreamcast. 15 years later, JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: All Star Battle arrives in North America and Europe. Developed by CyberConnect 2 (Naruto … Continue reading

Warhammer 40,000: Storm of Vengeance (Review)

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Released in February 27, 2014, Warhammer 40k: Storm of Vengeance came onto the scene when not many games from Games Workshop’s beloved franchise have appeared on the market since Space Hulk and Space Marine. While the other releases are made more aware, this one went under my radar. Having once been … Continue reading

Godzilla: Awakening graphic novel review


Before Godzilla stomps his way into theaters May 16th, Legendary Comics today has released a prequel comic written by the film’s screenwriter Max Borenstein, along with Greg Borenstein. This seventy-two paged graphic novel takes place two decades before the event’s of the film and follows the story of Ishiro Serizawa’s (Ken Watanabe) … Continue reading

Son of Batman – DC Universe Animated movie review

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Son of Batman is the latest from the DC Universe Animated Original Movies by Warner Bros. Home Entertainment, and it’s now available on Blu-ray, DVD and Digital HD. The story is based on Grant Morrison/Andy Kubert’s Batman and Son and introduces Damian Wayne, the son of Batman and Talia al Ghul … Continue reading

The ‘not so’ Amazing Spider-Man 2 game review


Sony Pictures’ The Amazing Spider-Man 2 has finally arrived in theaters, along with a brand new game from Canadian developer Beenox which tries to create its own world inside an existing film. Where the first game takes place after the movie, this one finds itself lost between worlds. *Some spoilers ahead* … Continue reading

The REAL Silicon Valley (kinda sorta)


The Silicon Valley startup world has long been a source of fascination for those who live outside this particular bubble. The seemingly contradictory mashup of extreme wealth and extreme youth. The unbridled optimism of entrepreneurs and venture capitalists who continually see their latest venture as the “Next Big Thing”.  And … Continue reading