Video Game Review – The Witness

A beautiful and engaging puzzler, The Witness draws you into its rich and vibrant world and refuses to let you go until you overcome its numerous riddles.

Anime First Look – Erased

With a fantastic opening episode, Erased is an intelligent and haunting series that is easily one of the best shows this season.

Manga Review: My Hero Academia Vols. 1-2

Mithrandiel takes a look at “My Hero Academia”, a highly popular manga title that is looking to shake things up with its forthcoming anime adaptation.

Anime First Look – Divine Gate

You ever wonder what kind of show you would get if you let an angsty middle schooler take the helm? Divine Gate does us the courtesy of answering that question.

Anime First Look – GATE Season 2

Opening with a much darker tone than last season, GATE is promising a return to more of the canonical storylines that make the light novel so intriguing.

Video Game Review: Trine 3

While Trine 3 continues the legacy of gorgeously designed stages and well-balanced action and puzzle elements, the simplification of the gameplay coupled with a disappointingly short play-time withhold it from greatness.

Movie Review: Spectre

Though Spectre delivers an entertaining and thoroughly characteristic Bond experience, its familiarity and predictability hamstring its potential.

Tech Review: Steelseries Nimbus Controller

Apple’s latest TV boasts Apps, and specifically games, as a major drawing point. With the Steelseries Nimbus as its flagship companion, they’re off to a great start.

Destiny: The Taken King Review

The Taken King is more than just an expansion; it’s also a heart transplant. And with its wounds sewn shut, the anesthetic wearing off, and the scalpels put away to dry, Destiny has pulled through the operation with renewed vigor…

Assassin’s Creed Syndicate Review

As I made my way across Westminster, zipping between rooftops with my rope launcher, a notice popped up indicating I was approaching a bounty hunt. The objective was simple–kill an important member of my rival gang–and I decided the children…

Dragon Quest Heroes: The World Tree’s Woe and the Blight Below

Blighted by the night, vanquishing the plight by the children of the light. No video game character conveys endearment and sadism in a single expression as well as the Blue Slimes. In Dragon Quest Heroes: The World’s Tree Woe and…

Until Dawn Review

The choices you make in Until Dawn have more far-reaching consequences than in most other survival horror games: the butterfly effect feature it so heavily relies on is highly effective. More than all, his treacherous retreats struck more of dismay…

Dragon Quest Heroes: The World Tree’s Woe and the Blight Below

Blighted by the night, vanquishing the plight by the children of the light. No video game character conveys endearment and sadism in a single expression as well as the Blue Slimes. In Dragon Quest Heroes: The World’s Tree Woe and…

Dragon Quest Heroes: The World Tree’s Woe and the Blight Below

Blighted by the night, vanquishing the plight by the children of the light. No video game character conveys endearment and sadism in a single expression as well as the Blue Slimes. In Dragon Quest Heroes: The World’s Tree Woe and…

Follow on Feedly