Category: Reviews


Review: Wild Star (PC)

MMORPGs are an interesting beast. Its more than a video game genre, It’s more akin to being a completely separate hobby on its own. I have played a ton of MMOs and most of them are bad, but the ones […]


Review: Ragnarock Odyssey ACE (PS Vita)

Since being a new owner of a PS Vita I’m playing catch up on many games, but one game that caught my eye was Ragnarok Odyssey Ace that recently came out. I first got my taste of Ragnarok on PC […]


Review: Inazuma Eleven (3DS)

Inazuma Eleven is one of those games that on paper sounds absolutely ridiculous, unless of course you’re Japanese.  While this type of game is pretty uncommon in the states, the Sports RPG genre is pretty popular in Japan. After playing […]


Review: Yoshi’s New Island (3DS)

The winter freeze is sticking around MUCH longer than we’d like it to. It is this time of year that I spend the most time thinking about a magical tropical getaway. Unfortunately, tropical islands are filled with terrible things: mosquitoes, […]


Netflix Review: Chocolate

She’s a Special Needs child, with a special need to kick some ass!


The Social Network Score

The Social Network is one of the year’s best films. The dialogue is razor sharp, the acting is top notch, and the music is visceral and unsettling. And what else can you expect when the music is done by Trent […]


Playlist: Last Bullet

With recent reviews of Prince, Queen and Deftones, I thought it was only right we take a step away from mainstream media and, instead, take a step towards supporting local music. Showcasing and supporting local talent is very important to […]


Linkin Park: Stumbling Into A Better Direction

Nu-metal is an ugly term to many, especially rock purists. Like every fad though, it had it’s time in the limelight and has since faded. Linkin Park was one of the last successful bands in the genre until they decided […]


Comeback Kid “Symptoms and Cures” Album Review

Comeback Kid is back. It’s about damn time.


Avenged Sevenfold “Nightmare” Album Review

Back in December, Avenged Sevenfold lost their drummer “The Rev.” So you have to give them credit some eight months or so later that they’re releasing a new album, “Nightmare,” the follow-up to their self-titled album, which also happens to […]