Saturday Morning RPG: Review

Do you want to experience your 80’s nostalgia adventure with a sidequest of 80’s, plus 80’s dripping all over and then random 80’s quotes, factoids and callbacks thrown in for fun? If you responded with bodacious, righteous or schweet then you are the target audience for Saturday Morning RPG.

Game Over: Press X to Continue?

It depends? How long until the incident loads again? How much of my replay experience will be seeing new sights or retreading the same ground? Is the game fun on its own or is it only fun to complete?

DC’s Legends of Tomorrow: Pilot Review

The first episode has the herculean feat of trying to setup 9 independent characters, the weight of the mission and the tone for the series – unfortunately it probably fails at all of these.

Beautiful Bones – Season 1: Review

If you like quirky characters or ever wanted to see the anime version of Bones than this show is worth trying - if you like the first episode, you’ll enjoy the rest of the season. If you prefer a season to have a clearly defined arc and progression, than this is one mystery not worth solving.

Star Wars Battlefront: Review

Star Wars Battlefront is a well designed, beautiful and meticulously crafted game that any fan of the franchise will be thrilled to play with…for a few hours. The lack of variety and repetitive nature of battles make this an easy rental, but a difficult game to recommend for purchase.

Top 5: Spaceship Games

From arcade cabinets to modern consoles, we countdown the Top 5 best games that put you control of a spaceship!!

Xenoblade Chronicles X: Review

You might find Xenoblade Chronicles X in the JRPG section of most sites, but make no mistake this is truly an open world game. The land is massive, there are millions of nooks and crannies to explore, doodads and widgets line the land waiting for you to collect and you’ll go over the same spots with new equipment just to make sure you didn’t miss anything.

TMNT: Now and Then

I've grown up (kind of) but has everyone's favorite heroes in a half-shell? Can nostalgia make something modern better or is it better left in the past?

Oculus Rift…DOA!?

The hardware is too expensive for all but the most hardcore (which reminds of the ill-fated 3D TVs) and it will fall victim to there’s not enough software developed because not enough people buy it loop (like the hardcore favorite Vita). Just because a product is good, great or even revolutionary doesn’t mean it will be successful.