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Why you should be skeptical about WB Montréal’s upcoming Arkham Game

In case you haven’t heard already, WB Montréal, the studio behind Arkham Origins, is most likely releasing a new Batman game later this year. If true, this will be the

How far are the keyboards mechanisms reaching

A keyboard is very similar to what you think of a small computer. There are a variety of components that make it what it is and contribute to how it

Racing games: Can they help you prepare for driving school?

Driving has become a necessary skill, especially nowadays when cars have become easily accessible to purchase and acquire. As such, almost anyone can get access to driving lessons and opportunities

7 trends & accessories taking the gaming industry by storm

The gaming industry is now one of the biggest industries in the world being valued at nearly $140 billion, and it has to be said it’s also one of the

12 foolish gaming myths that gamers believed

You’d be forgiven for believing and acting on some rather ridiculous myths about the games you love to play. However, myths have become an ingrained part of the general society.

5 Ways Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker fixes the mistakes from The Last Jedi

Warning: Spoilers Ahead By Marty Star Wars hasn’t been in too much of a good spot lately. The quality of the franchise has decreased, fatigue has built up over time,

Xiaomi is planning Guinness World Record of ‘Most People Unbox Simultaneously’

This is a sponsored post. Xiaomi, the company behind the Mi Box S, is planning a Guinness World Record of “Most People Unbox Simultaneously” altogether in New York. The event

An overview of Anime Weekend Atlanta 2019

By Tommy Thai Anime Weekend Atlanta (AWA) is a convention in Atlanta, Georgia that focuses on anime, manga, and other aspects of Japanese culture. It has traditionally been held annually every

The greatest stealth Goose simulator ever

By Tommy Thai Perhaps the strangest thing that has happened this year in the video gaming scene isn’t going to be Kojima’s visually striking Death Stranding. Instead, maybe it will

A Last of Us Part II Primer, plus release date revealed

By Tommy Thai Back in 2016 and in truly stunning fashion, Naughty Dog revealed The Last of Us Part II at Sony’s annual Playstation Experience. We learned that the action-survival

Playstation Now cloud gaming service lowers prices and adds new games

By Tommy Thai In rather surprising news, Sony just announced a new price cut to its cloud gaming streaming service, Playstation Now. In the blog, it states that the new

Driving the 2019 Chevy Silverado and testing its tech

By Arvin Santiago and John Nguyen Chevrolet has been building trucks for over 100 years, but yet to this day, most still see trucks as the car that you need

Holiday Gift Guide 2018

The holiday season is here, and that means it’s time to spend some time with loved ones. Christmas is on the horizon, and shoppers will be out in full force

Modern retro gaming: Classic games that will never age

By Katie Greene Nostalgia can often make us remember certain things, like television shows and video games, as being better than they really were. Case in point, I just recently

Disney x RockLove Jewelry Villainess Collection will have you feeling naughty

By Hanae Cajigas RockLove Jewelry created a cool replica of the Kimoyo Beads featured in Marvel’s Black Panther. Now the company has teamed up with Disney and is turning to

Ruby Rose quits Twitter over Batwoman casting backlash

By Amy Nunag Freshly cast in Batwoman, Ruby Rose, is quitting Twitter amidst increasing fan backlash Mere days after her casting as CW’s Kate Kane, Ruby Rose has announced (in a

SDCC: ThinkGeek Bag of Holding – Con-Survival Edition review

“It’s dangerous to go alone! Take this.” By Amy Nunag Every veteran con-goer will tell you that the success of your swag accumulation will hinge on your bag. Boy howdy,

South Park to have escape room at San Diego Comic-Con

By Chris Chan To celebrate South Park’s upcoming 22nd season, Comedy Central is celebrating by bringing South Park back to San Diego Comic-Con this year with not one, but two

Ziplines at Pacific Crest has us ziplining in a forest 300 feet in the air

By Arvin Santiago and John Nguyen If you’re like us at Nerd Reactor, then chances are video games, movies, and escape rooms are the activities that take up most of

The most popular fake products in showbiz

By A. Lynne Rush Product placement is omnipresent in films and TV, but sometimes product placement just won’t do. Whether a production doesn’t want to shill for a product or