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Editorial: Super Mario Bros: The Movie

I am a man who loves him some good-bad movies; I’ve formed a group around watching them and I attempt to get this group whipped together at least once every two weeks. It’s something I deeply enjoy doing and I figured that I would dive into that by looking at a movie that holds a very special place in my instance of this long-standing tradition. This was actually the first good-bad movie I was abl...[Read More]

Turbowave to the Max: An ode to 80’s inspired media

The 80’s are a fascinating and iconic time in the history of the US-neon, synth, cocaine and some incredible movies and other media came out at the time as well as a swath of crime and gang violence that informed a lot of the identity of that decade. You can tell a lot about the type of society by the media they make, and the 80’s are no exception. The 80’s were before my time and yet for many, yo...[Read More]

GM3434’s list of E3 games that look pretty swell

Ah, another E3 has come and gone with its promises of goodies to drop into our laps and crap to be thrown in our faces in a few months times. There’s many a thing to discuss in terms of what came out but for now I thought I’d start by listing a few games and whatnot that make me excited to get my hands on. I may update or alter this list as time goes on but I figure it’d be nice ...[Read More]

On Review Scores

In March 2017, Jim Sterling reviewed Breath of the Wild and gave the game a seven out of ten. This caused a huge outcry, both across the internet and even on sites that I hang out regularly on which doesn’t happen that often. My problem with people’s reaction was not mere disagreement but the way some people expressed their disagreement-I saw people call him a fucking idiot, say he was...[Read More]

Thoughts on: Specter of Torment

Specter of Torment is the second of the DLC campaigns to come from Yacht Club games and as you might imagine, its good! But that does come with some caveats and opinions on the matter of course. So without further delay, lets get into my thoughts on this particular campaign. Story Specter Knight is a prequel to the main Shovel Knight campaign and focuses on the titular Specter Knight. Resurrected ...[Read More]

Salt and Sanctuary

"Explore a haunting, punishing island in this stylized 2D action RPG. Salt and Sanctuary combines fast and brutal 2D combat with richly developed RPG mechanics in a cursed realm of forgotten cities, blood-soaked dungeons, and desecrated monuments."-Taken from steam store description

Salt and Sanctuary Review

Thoughts on Shovel Knight: Plague of Shadows

I am a science man and this you may well know-hell, my avatar is of bacteria most of the time so it’s not exactly hard to noodle out. Hence playing as a scientist character pretty great as are his amusing quotes and flippant attitude. He’s an entertainingly giddy character with a lot of personality and his personality comes through his playstyle and customization as well as the layout of his lair....[Read More]

Specter of Torment Releasing on the 25th for Vita and PS4

As I’ve noted before, I really liked Shovel Knight and found it to be a great product to come out of the kickstarter boom years ago. Over the past few years they’ve been working on two new campaigns-one being Plague of Shadows and the other being Specter of Torment. I really enjoyed Plague of Shadows and I’ve been looking forward to finally getting my hands on Specter of torment ...[Read More]

Torment: Tides of Numenera

"Torment: Tides of Numenera is the thematic successor to Planescape: Torment, one of the most critically acclaimed role-playing games of all time. Immerse yourself in a single-player, isometric, story-driven RPG set in Monte Cook’s Numenera universe. What does one life matter? Find your answer."-Taken from Steam Store description

Torment: Tides of Numenera Review

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