Assassin’s Creed Movie Review

Rockers, have you been wondering if the Assassins Creed movie was any good or if it followed in the tradition of bad video game movies? Can Ubisoft create the n...[Read More]



Shantae: Half-Genie Hero Review

Quickly becoming an icon for the indie game scene, Shantae’s humble beginnings started on the Gameboy Color and from there went on a journey that started ...[Read More]



One Piece Film: Gold Review

The latest anime film in the One Piece franchise, One Piece Film: Gold, will be making its way to theaters in North America next week, and publisher Funimation ...[Read More]



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ROM: Extraction VR Game Review

Whoa! First Contact Entertainment has really outdone themselves with their new game, ROM: Extraction. ROM: Extraction works with both the HTC Vive and the Oculu...[Read More]



Surgeon Simulator: Experience Reality VR Review

Ever wondered what it’s like being a highly renowned emergency room surgeon in the middle of a life-threatening operation, then look no further, because Bossa S...[Read More]



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Let It Die (PS4) Review

Ah, Suda 51, probably one of the wackiest game designers of our time. Games touched by this man are often a shout against society, reveling in counter culture, ...[Read More]

Gray or Neon Nintendo Switch?

Sitting back and watching the plethora of details roll in about arguably one of the biggest video game launches in the past few years is exciting from the angle...[Read More]

Top 10 Most Anticipated PS4 Games

At the end of 2016 I found myself, along with over 6 million others, actually able to update my gaming setup with a PS4. So as a new PS4 owner I finally have my...[Read More]

Backlog Burndown #009 – Holiday Hangover

Greetings Backloggers! I hope everyone had a good holiday season. My backlog may have taken a bit of a wrong turn thanks to the Steam Sale, but it’s a new year,...[Read More]

10 PS4 Games Releasing in 2017

2017 is finally here! After a very memorable year, for better and for worse, it’s no secret that many of us are ready to start fresh with the brand new ye...[Read More]

Backlog Burndown #008 – Gaming Like It’s 1989

Greetings Backloggers! Welcome to 2017! Sometimes there’s no school like the old school. Games were tougher. There were no “Press A to Win The Level” prompts or...[Read More]

The Best Games of 2016

2016 has been a year of ups and downs. Luckily for those into games, it has been mostly positive, with some of the most anticipated titles finally releasing and...[Read More]

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Head of Platform Engineering for Xbox, Mike Ybarra, recently posted a Creators Update on Xbox, and in it, he detailed what sort of changes we can look forward to in 2017, with the updates coming to Xbox One and Windows 10.

Collectible company Funko, today gave fans a glimpse at some of what they can expect next month, in the form on new Pop!s and keychains for the Powerpuff Girls, and the upcoming film, Boss Baby.

It was announced today, that Bethesda Softworks’ strategy card game, The Elder Scrolls: Legends, will be seeing the return of the Chaos Arena event from December, later this week, in what will soon become a monthly event.

In just a few days, Cryptozoic Entertainment and Warner Bros. Consumer Products, will be releasing a new statue, featuring the iconic Batmobile from the classic Batman television series.

Not that this is a huge surprise, but a statement was released by the American video game retail giant GameStop in regards to the recent pre-ordering of the new Nintendo Switch. While many are still skeptical about the new system, the turn out to pre-order the Switch was overwhelming, with many of o...[Read More]

Back in the days of the Sega Genesis and Super Nintendo, there was a little game a buddy of mine had that sparked hours upon hours of fun, Bomberman. Bomberman’s setup was incredibly simple, bomb the other players and avoid blowing up yourself. However, it remained a nightly game that we conti...[Read More]

To round out its week-long announcements of new manga licenses, publisher Seven Seas Entertainment today unveiled its final batch of titles, which includes plenty for fans to look forward to throughout late 2017.

Is your favorite show on hiatus or are you looking for something new to watch? Well rockers, you are in luck because Netflix’s A Series of Unfortunate Events is out now!

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