After 15 years of hoping and dreaming, the Final Fantasy 7 Remake has arrived. Mithrandiel shares his thoughts on the game we’ve all been waiting for…
Thunderheavyarm does some dungeon-delving, but this time…he’s playing as the bad guy! Check out his review of Iratus Lord of the Dead!
Rimuru continues his adventures as a slime in a fantasy world! RogueSymbiote reviews season 1 part 2 of That TIme I Got Reincarnated As A Slime!
Kaguya-sama: Love is War Volume 12 is packed with daring rescues, love confessions, and even some bromance! Check out our review to learn more!
Rap battles, fourth wall breaking, new friendships, and smartphone etiquette all take center stage in Kaguya-sama: Love is War Volume 11!
Lowfat shares his thoughts on Doom Eternal – and how the “Rip and Tear” mantra may no longer refer to your enemies, but rather your hair.
while True: learn() is a programming puzzle game that will simultaneously teach you about machine learning and provide you outfits to dress up your cat.
Critical Role Review dives into more DnD content! Explore new campaigns and discover more nerdy ways to pass the time until the CR hiatus is over!
By: Mithrandiel Given its popularity, I’m surprised that I hadn’t encountered mention of Tower of God before, yet here we are – face to face with the debut episode of Crunchyroll’s latest original series. Tower of God focuses on a…
I.Am.No.Man reviews the final two manga in the Anonymous Noise series. How will In No Hurry’s dramatic story end? Find out now!
I.Am.No.Man is here to guide you through your Quarantine binge watching schedule. Find the breakdown of each special and easy video links!
Mithrandiel shares his thoughts on The Explorer’s Guide to Wildemount – Matthew Mercer’s first official Critical Role guide with Wizards of the Coast!
In this week’s Critical Role Review, Fjord finds the liight was inside all along. Jester wants a cupcake. Caleb has some tea. Stay tuned for more!
We dive back into the Metaverse in Persona 5 Royal to see if the new confidants, system changes, and additions are enough to draw the masses back in.