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Book Review: Victories Greater Than Death By Charlie Jane Anders Is A Vividly Imagined Space Opera

Charlie Jane Anders has made a name for herself in the realm of genre fiction in recent years. Her novel The City In The Middle of the Night won the top prize at the 2020 Locus […]

April 12, 2021
Star Wars Republic Commando Review for Nintendo Switch

There’s a lot of talk right now about preserving games in the digital age. While porting something isn’t the same as ensuring its original format is viable for the future, there is a role this […]

April 8, 2021
Anime NewsReviewsTV Shows
Review: Pacific Rim: The Black Works As A Great Original Series Set In The Kaiju-Jaeger Movie-Verse. 

Pacific Rim: The Back anime review is all about a new series that builds on the movie universe in some very new and exciting ways.

April 4, 2021
MarvelReviewsTV Shows
The Falcon And The Winter Soldier Takes Us To Madripoor To Meet Agent 13

The Falcon and the Winter Soldier just introduced Madripoor into the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Fans of the comics will recognize the fictional country in southeast Asia as a frequent stomping ground for Wolverine. Alas, we […]

April 2, 2021
Lost Words: Beyond the Page Switch Review

Rhianna Pratchett is well established in the video games industry. Her work on games in the Tomb Raider series among other expansive titles such as Mirror’s Edge helped establish her writing and career. Lost Words: Beyond the […]

April 1, 2021
Review: Godzilla Vs Kong Is A Perfect Kaiju Movie, Best Of Legendary Series

For as iconic as Godzilla is, it’s very hard to point to a universally-beloved and iconic film the varied franchise history. Typically, we fans agree with which one’s aren’t great—from 1998’s Godzilla to All Monsters […]

March 31, 2021
Overcooked: All You Can Eat Review for Nintendo Switch

Like most of us, the party game genre had a rough 2020. Some of my fondest gaming memories involve chaotic party games with friends and family. A great game in this genre brings people together, […]

March 30, 2021
BooksReviewsTV Shows
Season 3 Of American Gods Comes To An End – What Worked And What Did Not?

The season 3 finale of American Gods aired on Sunday. The controversial adaptation of the beloved Neil Gaiman novel ended a fairly solid season with a weak finale. However, the third season was still a marked […]

March 22, 2021
Stubbs The Zombie Review For Nintendo Switch

Aspyr, a multifaceted developer and publisher, knows full well what they’re getting into re-releasing Stubs the Zombie: Rebel Without a Pulse. The press release marking the game’s official launch even joked that the game was arriving […]

March 20, 2021