First Impression: Startup Company (PC-Steam)
Game Review: Phantom Trigger (Switch)
Game Review: Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice (PS4)
Hardware Unboxing: Nintendo Switch
Movie Review: The Dark Tower
Game Review: Pyre (PS4)

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Game Review: Phantom Trigger (Switch) 

Game Review: Phantom Trigger (Switch)

Almost exactly a year ago, developer Heart Machine released Hyper Light Drifter, and it was one of my favorite games of last year. At first glance, Phantom Trigger shares more than enough examples with that title to have peaked my interest as it is yet another pixel aesthetic hack and slash title, one that the […]

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Game Review: Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice (PS4) 

Game Review: Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice (PS4)

Without warning, I could feel a sting at the very tips of my fingers that slowly worked its way through my whole hand. There were voices in my head telling me that I deserved it, that it was my fault. I tried to ignore them, but I was shaking, unaware of what was going on. […]

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Movie Review: The Dark Tower 

Movie Review: The Dark Tower

The Dark Tower is based on the Steven King books of the same name but according to Director Nikolaj Arcel, is a “canon continuation” of the series and not a true adaptation of any particular book. Regardless of its faithfulness to the source material or how it chooses to adapt it, The Dark Tower is […]

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Game Review: Pyre (PS4) 

Game Review: Pyre (PS4)

While Fantasy Sports Leagues are nothing new, I’m pretty sure that discussions about them don’t involve horned creatures, talking dogs, or earning one’s freedom back via some sort of fantasy based basketball, but maybe they should. Pyre, the latest from Supergiant Games, feels like the twisted offspring of NBA Jam and The Banner Saga as […]

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Game Review: Death Squared (Switch) 

Game Review: Death Squared (Switch)

Death Squared is a game about teamwork, communication, and timing. It is also a game about laughing, yelling and ruining friendships. Sydney based SMG Studio has crafted quite the interesting puzzle game, a co-op effort that sees you and up to 3 other friends controlling color coded cubes and attempting to get them to their […]

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Movie Review: Atomic Blonde 

Movie Review: Atomic Blonde

You may not know the name, but David Leitch is an action movie Director to watch out for. His role as a second unit Director spreads across many films, such as; In Hell, The Wolverine, Escape Plan, and 2011’s reboot of Conan the Barbarian. While he’s no stranger to being behind the camera, it wasn’t until 2014 […]

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Game Review: Splatoon 2 (Switch) 

Game Review: Splatoon 2 (Switch)

I struggled to enjoy the first Splatoon on the Nintendo WiiU, and it’s mostly for the way the game encouraged motion controls by making it quite front and center and limited to what other control methods were available for the title. You could turn the gyro motion controls off and use the Gamepad’s analog sticks, […]

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Movie Review: Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets 

Movie Review: Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets

Luc Besson has had a history of creating well known and popular films as either a director, writer, producer or in some cases, all three. La Femme Nikita, Léon: The Professional and The Fifth Element are probably considered some of his biggest and most well-liked films. His 2014 film, Lucy, which is getting an upcoming sequel, […]

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Game Review: Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age (PS4) 

Game Review: Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age (PS4)

If I was to tell you a tale about a young blonde kid, while traveling with a smuggler of sorts and his animal companion, had met up with a princess to thwart an evil empire, you’d probably assume I was talking about Star Wars, and you’d be mostly right in that assumption, but that is […]

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Movie Review: Spider-man – Homecoming 

Movie Review: Spider-man – Homecoming

I remember fondly the first theatrical Spider-Man movie. I must have seen it at least a dozen times on the big screen, having gone to it four times just on opening day alone; it was one of my favorite movies for years to come. Spider-Man 2 had come along and Alfred Molina’s brilliant portrayal of Otto […]

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