Hardware Review: Nefil Pro Mesh Office Chair – An Adventure in Comfort
Game Review: For Honor (Xbox One)
Anime at a Glance: Saga of Tanya the Evil
Movie Review: The Lego Batman Movie
Game Review: Link Twin (Mobile)
Game Review: Fire Emblem Heroes (Android)

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Hardware Review: Nefil Pro Mesh Office Chair – An Adventure in Comfort 

Hardware Review: Nefil Pro Mesh Office Chair – An Adventure in Comfort

I have something important to tell you, so I need you to sit down. Are you sitting?  Good. Now look at what you are sitting on.  Whether it is a desk chair, a sofa, or a park bench, we sit…a lot.  While gaming, being comfortable while sitting is important, especially if you are like me, […]

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Game Review: For Honor (Xbox One) 

Game Review: For Honor (Xbox One)

For Honor is a game that for all its intentions, is comprised of some really great, and some really poor design choices, however; most of its shortcomings often fade from memory after a few successful kills on the battlefield. There is just something innately satisfying when you perform one of the game’s many executions on […]

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Game Review: Link Twin (Mobile) 

Game Review: Link Twin (Mobile)

I was lucky enough to have an opportunity to play (via a beta key) this game on the iOS platform before official release. Link Twin, from independent developer Carbon Incubator, is a simplistic puzzle game that requires you to guide twin siblings Tom and Lily through a unique world of five chapters and one hundred […]

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Game Review: Fire Emblem Heroes (Android) 

Game Review: Fire Emblem Heroes (Android)

I’ll be honest, my first introduction into the Fire Emblem world was Fire Emblem Awakening, a game I really enjoyed playing despite my lukewarm approach to anything turn-based. Its rich characters and fantastic art style were what drew me in and its addictive gameplay and relationship system made me enjoy my stay. The grid-based gameplay offered […]

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Game Review: Gravity Rush 2 (PS4) 

Game Review: Gravity Rush 2 (PS4)

The original Gravity Rush started its life as a PlayStation Vita title to a fairly warm reception. It wasn’t until the PS4 remaster, however; that I really sunk much time into it. Its awkward movement controls seemed far easier with a controller than tilting and turning a portable gaming system around in one’s hands. Its […]

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Hardware Review: AntLion Pro Gaming MM-28 Uber-Wide MousePad 

Hardware Review: AntLion Pro Gaming MM-28 Uber-Wide MousePad

Mousepads.  What can we say about them?  We all have used them, and I am sure if you look down at your desk, you would see one either on the left or right of your keyboard.  I have had several mousepads over my lifetime, and they generally come in any shape, size and surface type […]

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Game Review: Hunter’s Legacy (Xbox One) 

Game Review: Hunter’s Legacy (Xbox One)

Cats, known to be all cute and cuddly, can sometimes surprise you (and no I’m not talking about that hairball outside your bedroom door). In Hunter’s Legacy, a two dimensional side scroller game from developer Lienzo, the everyday cat is transformed into a warrior set to fend off the forces of evil. You play as […]

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Game Review: Resident Evil 7 – Biohazard (PS VR) 

Game Review: Resident Evil 7 – Biohazard (PS VR)

  I opened the door to the cellar and descended down the stairs. Even before my first foot was placed firmly on the wooden plank below I could hear a heavy erratic breathing and creaking of stairs below me. Soon after hearing those disturbing noises, all while surrounded in pitch black darkness, small white arms […]

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Game Review: RWBY – Grimm Eclipse (Xbox One) 

Game Review: RWBY – Grimm Eclipse (Xbox One)

If I had to pick my favorite element from the web series RWBY, it would be its music. Jeff Williams and Casey Lee Williams don’t just deliver one of the best soundtracks ever made, but some of my favorite songs period. While the game’s music doesn’t showcase the fantastic vocals of Casey Lee Williams, it […]

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Game Review: Lovely Planet (Wii-U) 

Game Review: Lovely Planet (Wii-U)

First person shooters are normally a scene of violence and visual realism, but not every FPS has to be so dramatic. Take Lovely Planet, from tinyBuild Games and QUICKTEQUILA, for example. This game looks like something designed to imagine the world around you when high on marshmallow fluff. The game has a Katamari Damacy like […]

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