Jun 232015
Space Exploration on a Budget | Affordable Space Adventures Review (Wii U)

Traveling for leisure has never really been something that I considered. Potential destinations either sound too mundane or too fraught with insidious dangers like sunburns or mosquito bites. However, outer space and its many mysteries has always fascinated me, and if I was physically fit and wealthy enough I would be on the first commercial […]

Nov 232014
Sonic Boom: Rise of Lyric's Melody is a bit Off-Key

As the roar of the 20s quieted into the purr of the 30s, an American astronomer named Edwin Hubble, using big words like recessional velocity, “relativity” and “megaparsec”, rocked the scientific community the world over by suggesting that our universe is expanding. This discovery sent out a seismic shock wave that is still felt today. […]

Nov 122014
Fiercely Flick Your Folicles in Shantae and the Pirate's Curse

She’s the original Fly Girl of In Living Color — Game Boy Color, that is. Shantae, our favorite purple-haired, gold-bangled half-genie hero first made her debut in 2002. Despite the fact that the Game Boy Advanced was released in 2001, Shantae’s debut adventured conjured a cult following. Whipping forward eight years, Shantae cast a spell […]

Oct 302014
Just Dance 2015 Review

”If human beings had genuine courage, they’d wear their costumes every day of the year, not just on Halloween.” – Douglas Coupland There’s the inevitable point during every Halloween party where everything begins to unravel faster than your friend Denice’s toilet paper mummy costume when she got stuck on a treadmill. “Sexy Mechanic” is bored with your fanatical […]

Oct 232014
BlazBlue: Clone Phantasma Review

When I first fired up BlazBlue: Clone Phantasma, my expectations were low because I didn’t know too much about the series. I knew that the games were typically fighting games and that the Internet’s otaku at large typically swoon over them. I’m no stranger to oddball Japanese pop culture (we can talk about my Super […]