Writing a review of Albion, the six issue mini-series plotted by Alan Moore and being released by Wildstorm Comics, is rather frustrating. I added Albion to my “pull” list at my local comic shop (the wonderful folks at (the now Read More
The latest game from the creators of Demon’s Souls and Dark Souls brings us one of the most highly anticipated exclusive games for the PS4. Bloodborne is an entirely new franchise, complete with new gameplay mechanics (guns and transformable weapons called “Trick weapons”) and Read More
In Path of Neo, developed by Shiny Entertainment and distributed by Atari, you assume the role of the hero of the Matrix trilogy, Neo, and play through the events of the movies from Neo’s point of view, playing out expanded Read More
I remember several years ago, while visiting a local GameStop and chatting with my buddy who worked there, discussing different games that were available for the PSP (PlayStation Portable, my handheld gaming system at the time). He mentioned Monster Hunter Read More
Last week we had “Doctor Who meets The Fantastic Voyage”, and now we have “The Doctor meets Robin Hood”. While on the surface it may look like showrunner Steven Moffat was throwing darts at a board with plot ideas when Read More
TellTale games brings us back to the video game incarnation of The Walking Dead, this time centering the story squarely on the poor shoulders of Clementine, who (shocking spoilers ahead) survived the events of the last game. TellTale makes the bold Read More
Let’s get this out of the way right now: Guardians of the Galaxy is a hell of a lot of fun.
Hercules, the summer action vehicle for pro wrestler-turned-actor Dwayne “the Rock” Johnson, is an easy movie to dismiss. Aside from being released during a quiet period in the summer movie season, the marketing for the film is misleading. The trailers lead you Read More