Tesoro Lobera Spectrum RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard review

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I was very excited to hear that we were able to get our hands on the Tesoro Lobera Spectrum. Since this is one of the latest mechanical gaming keyboards in our market, I was curious to see how it stacked up to the other gaming keyboards I’ve used in the … Continue reading

Bloodborne PS4 review – Less souls, more blood, same rage quits


Emerging gloriously from a six-day hiatus fueled entirely by knockoff Dew, stale Cheetos, and what was once considered in human terms a “Hot Pocket”, a mixed celebration of prideful shame gave this writer the emotional roller coaster one could only receive from the sadistic genius mind of Hidetaka Miyazaki and his … Continue reading

Telltale’s Game of Thrones: Episode 3 ‘The Sword of Darkness’ review

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When we last left off, the House Forrester was still under the oppression of the Whitehills. Mira was trying to get help from Tyrion, but somehow word got out and an attempt on her life was made. Gared Tuttle was finding his place at The Wall under the guidance of … Continue reading

Awakened Fate Ultimatum (review)


Awakened Fate Ultimatum, NIS’s newest rogue-like dungeon crawling RPG, is set several years after the previously released title, The Guided Fate Paradox. It follows certain boy who became a god of a certain Celestia. If you played the previous title, you finally have a chance to see how the events of that … Continue reading

Valiant Hearts – A belated review


One of the many ways in which we romanticize war is through the medium of video games. For better or for worse over the past ten years (and even further), humanity’s greatest conflicts have been told  through your PC, PlayStation or Xbox. Before the franchise turned into its mother-insulting, child-swearing … Continue reading

Bates Motel 3X1: ‘A Death in the Family’ review


This review contains spoilers for seasons 1 and 2 of Bates Motel. The third season of A&E’s horror melodrama Bates Motel premiered tonight and the series continued to be as unsettling as ever, building the foundation for what will surely be a very twisted season. The contemporary Psycho prequel follows … Continue reading

Review: Kill la Kill Volume 4 – Limited Edition Blu-ray

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How would you describe a great story? Would you begin by introducing a cast of unusual, colorful, and lively characters? Will this story have plot twists involving the entire human population? Something I’ve noticed with Kill la Kill is the scale of grandeur rising faster than a nerd at Comic-Con … Continue reading

Square Enix’s Life is Strange Episode 1 Review

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Life is Strange is a story-based game that features player choices, where the consequences of all your in-game actions and decisions will impact the past, present and future. The choose your own adventure genre is alive and well, and this time Square Enix and Dontnod Entertainment are trying their hands … Continue reading

‘Mother’ is always watching, a daily tracker review


We rely on technology every day to help improve our daily lives, especially when it comes to lifestyle choices. I own several pedometers and fitness monitors, a temperature monitor for my pets, an alarm system for my home, and a variety of apps I use every day for daily reminders … 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

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