Reviews

Transformers: Dark of the Moon Review by John Spartan

I loved the first Transformers movie and hated Revenge of the Fallen. With Dark of the Moon, I was hoping for a movie that I can enjoy like I did

Cars 2 Review: Cars Harder

Cars 2 was an interesting movie. A followup to Pixar’s Cars, this movie was an entertaining watch, however it’s not what I’d expect from Pixar. It’s almost like Micheal Bay

The First Avenger Gets a Pinball Table – Marvel Pinball: Captain America Review

Captain America now joins the ranks of Iron Man, Wolverine, Blade, Spider-Man and the Fantastic Four in the Marvel Pinball series for Pinball FX 2. The table story itself is

Review: Super Street Fighter IV Arcade Edition

Well here we are at the third iteration in Capcom’s flagship fighting game, Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition (or AE). In addition to new character balances, four brand new

Blu-ray Review: Sucker Punch Extended Cut

Here is a drinking game to play with your friends. While watching Sucker Punch, take a drink every time there is an up-skirt panty shot. [UPDATE] Too many people have

Sennheiser IE 8i Headphones Review

Audiophiles looking for superior sound quality often times look straight to ear cup style headphones. However good sound quality is not just confined to the large ear cup style headphones. The Sennheiser pro audio lineup offers a series of smaller in-ear headphones led by the IE 8i.

Outland Review: Dark or Light?

Do you like platformers? Do you like Ikaruga? If so, then Outland is a game that might fit your bill. Developed by the amazing team at Housemarque (who also developed the

Nerd Reactor Podcast – Green Lantern Review

Nerd Reactor continues its Summer Blockbuster movie coverage with the Green Lantern, but does it meet the hype? Should Ryan Reynolds really consider that Deadpool movie over the Green Lantern

Hail to the King, Baby! – Duke Nukem Forever Review

Duke Nukem: Forever is an ode to the past instead of a move to the future. This has the same Duke from back when I used to play as him

Blu-ray Review: Battle Los Angeles

Alien invasion films have been around since the dawn of the cinematic age. From the 1956 classic, Invasion of the Body Snatchers, to the 1996 popcorn flick Independence Day, the genre

The Razer Naga: In Depth Review

Over the years, Razer has become a household name among PC gamers. With everything from keyboards to headphones , Razer has been releasing products that can not only enhance the

Nerd Reactor Podcast – X-Men: First Class Review

With the disappointment over the last 2 films, Matthew Vaughn attempts to breathe some new life back into the X-Men franchise. X-Men: First Class takes us back to where it

TNT’s ‘Falling Skies’ Early Review: Episode 1 & 2

Are you sick and tired of alien invasions yet, with movies like Battle: Los Angeles already out and the upcoming Transformers: Dark of the Moon just around the corner? Well

The Hangover Part II: Hangover Harder

The original Hangover is one of the funniest movies I have ever seen. Its humor straddles a line between raunchy and clever that I found infinitely amusing to watch, and

NSFW Review: Star Trek The Next Generation – A XXX Parody

The porn industry rakes in billions every year and a large majority of that money probably comes from nerds. Whether it’s hentai, sex video games, sex toys or just good

Nerd Reactor Podcast – Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides Review

Jack Sparrow is back at it again! This time with a new group of misfits hell bent on finding the Fountain of Youth. Only Blackbeard, Barbossa, everybody and their momma

Review: Warpia Wireless USB PC to TV Audio/Video Display Adapter

The Warpia Wireless USB PC to TV Audio/Video Display Adapter will allow you to view pictures, video and the web from your PC on your presumably (and hopefully) larger television

Review: Avengers: Earth’s Mightiest Heroes

It’s no Batman: The Animated Series, but the new cartoon incarnation of the Avengers is solid, undemanding fare for fans of all ages, says Fernando Caire, and a step up

‘Bridesmaids’ Movie Is Not as Chic-Flicky as You Think

Starring in her first leading role in a feature-film while also co-writing and co-producing, Kristen Wiig gives us a refreshingly comedic and hilarious script that makes all of us laugh

Mortal Kombat 9 Review: Fatalities Live Indeed

Recent MK games have been… less than stellar in their offerings. They weren’t big tournament games for hardcore fans, they strayed too far for old schoolers, and they didn’t have