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Apr 16, 2014
In its best moments, Scourge: Outbreak is painfully average, and at its worst its a frustrating mess that feels out of a different generation of games.
Posted by Alex Santa Maria in Featured, Reviews, Video Game Reviews, Video Games | 0 comments
Apr 15, 2014
Game of Throne’s “Purple Wedding” brings with it a tired trope that fails to impress. But maybe that’s what makes it all the more impactful.
Posted by Dustin Triplett in Editorials, Featured, TV | 0 comments
The Raid 2 borrows from the violent games and anime it idolizes and creates a thrill ride that deserves to be placed in the highest echelon of its genre.
Posted by Alex Santa Maria in Featured, Movie Reviews, Movies, Reviews | 0 comments
Another day, another LEGO game. Does this return to Middle Earth reach new heights or sink like a brick?
Posted by Christian Mincks in Featured, Reviews, Video Game Reviews, Video Games | 0 comments
Apr 14, 2014
Dominique Pamplemousse attempts to blend point-and-click adventuring, a noir detective story, claymation and a musical, but is it successful?
Posted by David Rhinehart in Featured, Reviews, Video Game Reviews, Video Games | 0 comments
Apr 11, 2014
While the season 4 premiere was a bit on the slow side, “Two Swords” was all about character development.
Posted by Dustin Triplett in Featured, Top Lists, TV | 1 comment
Apr 8, 2014
Coupled with the second episode, Burial at Sea tells an incredible story that fits the BioShock universe perfectly and seems to tie up the entire series.
Posted by Geekenstein Contributor in Featured, Reviews, Video Game Reviews, Video Games | 0 comments
Apr 7, 2014
If you’re the type to spend hours building castles in Minecraft and you’re willing to learn a new toolset, Planet Explorers will be right up your alley.
Posted by Alex Santa Maria in Featured, Previews, Video Games | 0 comments
Apr 4, 2014
NoScope offers an extremely affordable alternative to GUNNAR gaming glasses, but at the cost of quality and various issues that will affect select wearers.
Posted by Dustin Triplett in Featured, Gadget Reviews, Gadgets, Reviews, Video Games | 0 comments
Apr 2, 2014
Psycho-Pass exists in a world wherein every little thing you do is under the government’s eyesight, and at a moment’s notice, should you get out of hand, you can be lethally dealt with it. Eerily relevant, right?
Posted by Curtis Stone in Anime, Anime Reviews, Featured, Original Content, Reviews, You Should Be Watching | 0 comments
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