Reviews

Harvest Moon: A Wonderful Life Special Edition (PS4) Review

While I am always discussing retro games and streaming them on Twitch, its not often I get to actually review retro games here on Marooners’ Rock. That...[Read More]

Diluvion (PC) Review

From 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea to The Hunt for Red October and even Down Periscope. There have been numerous submarine movies over the years, but far fewer g...[Read More]

Toukiden 2 (PS4) Review – Oni Hunter

Riding off of what made the original so interesting, Toukiden 2 takes the formula into something more unique with some great features for this genre. Similar in...[Read More]

Puyo Puyo Tetris (Nintendo Switch) Review

T-Spins. 3-1 Stairs. These are just a couple terms that meant nothing to me before I began Puyo Puyo Tetris on the Nintendo Switch for the first time. Soon ther...[Read More]

Snipperclips: Cut It Out Together! Review

When the Nintendo Switch launched on March 3rd, 2017, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild lead the charge. As many are beginning to say, including myself, i...[Read More]

World of Goo (Nintendo Switch) Review

World of Goo has been around for quite some time, being a fairly unique PC game that could run on just about any computer system of the last ten years or so. In...[Read More]

Your Name (Anime) Review

In less than one month, the latest anime film from acclaimed director Makoto Shinkai, Your Name, will be making its way to North America, and Funimation gave us...[Read More]

Kong: Skull Island Review

Since the 1930’s, Kong has been a major part of cinema. The original film is a masterpiece, with amazing pioneering visual effects that helped inspire fil...[Read More]

Hanazuki: Full of Treasures Review

Hasbro debuted its first ever animated digital series last month, produced along with Titmouse Studios. Hanazuki: Full of Treasures released its first season on...[Read More]

The Lego Batman Movie – Review

“Black. All important movies start with a black screen.” That’s the opening line from The Lego Batman Movie, that rolls even before any of the...[Read More]

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]

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]

Nintendo Switch Console (Launch) Review

First things first, I admit, I was swept up by the hype. Yep, it’s hard not to get excited with how well Nintendo marketed the Switch initially. The first...[Read More]

RapidX Gaming Chair Review

I’ll be honest – DXRacer has the gaming chair market knocked. It knows how to make a versatile, comfortable product, and has various models available for ...[Read More]

Logitech C922 Pro Webcam Review

When it came out in 2012, Logitech’s C920 webcam worked its magic on the market, gathering a number of fans that were looking to simplify their streaming ...[Read More]

In Win 503 Gaming PC Chassis Review

Gaming cases are an important aspect of being a PC Gamer. Bringing a rig to a LAN party or merely having it in the right setup means that a good PC is kept in a...[Read More]

Mimoco Powerbot Review

When I was given the opportunity to review Mimico’s Powerbot charger at PAX East 2016, I jumped at the chance. Who can’t use another portable charger these days...[Read More]

LG G5 Review

As I’m writing this, I’ve been an LG G5 owner for a little over three months. Since I’m not usually one to own a new gadget as soon as it come...[Read More]

Coleco – The Official Book Coleco – The Official Book Review

As a retro gamer, there is a lot of history to take in that all began with the simplest concept of the video game. Pioneers in bringing these games to home tele...[Read More]

Review: Blue Exorcist (Manga)

Blue Exorcist has an interesting story about a boy, Rin Okumura, who discovers that he is the son of Satan. This is a pretty intense series that is heavily base...[Read More]

Book Review: Doctor Who

Recently, BBC released three brand new novels based on its incredibly popular franchise, Doctor Who. I could have easily reviewed each book from Broadway Paperb...[Read More]

Review: Marvel Super Heroes Magazine Issue 1

So, here we have Disney and Marvel’s activities magazine for youngsters. Let’s take a look and see what we have.

Book Review: Ico: Castle in the Mist

It seems like a cliche these days. Say the name of the game Ico and everyone expects praise. And by this point, everyone knows the idea of the minimalist game w...[Read More]

Review: Geek Dad Books

I have to admit, for the most part I had some pretty cool parents when I was growing up. As far back as I can remember (which is back to around 1985-ish), I was...[Read More]

Dynamite Nurse Review

3-5 player game Players ages 17+ Game Length 40-60 minutes Includes 214 cards, 30 Duty markers and a Rule Book From the creators of Barbarossa and El Alamein, J...[Read More]

One Shot podcast is tabletop Roleplaying at its finest

Roleplaying has always been present in my life in some form, starting with simply running around in the woods slashing at enemies (trees) with my sword (stick)....[Read More]

Review: Star Wars: Age of Rebellion (Tabletop RPG)

It wasn’t until a couple years ago that my long interest in tabletop rpgs was fulfilled when a friend of mine invited me to his weekly Dungeons and Dragons grou...[Read More]

Takenoko Review

I love board games probably as much as I love video games. There is something magical about sitting at a table with all of your friends, rolling dice, playing c...[Read More]

Dungeons & Dragons 5th Edition Review

Dungeons & Dragons has long been known as the fantasy themed role-playing game. Forty years after its original publication, Dungeons & Dragons has start...[Read More]

Review: Nuts! (Card Game)

Nuts! is a simple and fast paced card game from Wildfire Games. If polishing your nuts or chasing tail interests you, read on! The rules are simple. The first p...[Read More]

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Green Day’s Revolution Radio Review

Despite a change in themes and studio quality, Green Day has been producing chart-topping music since the early 1990s, and has been inducted into the Rock and R...[Read More]

Random Encounter- The Big Blue LP Review

Random Encounter is a rock group out of Orlando Florida that focuses on video game music whether its arrangements of your favorite classic game tunes or wonderf...[Read More]

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 wh...[Read More]

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 suppo...[Read More]

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 o...[Read More]

Comeback Kid “Symptoms and Cures” Album Review

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

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