Do you love high-energy workouts that actually work, but you don’t have a ton of time to dedicate to the gym? If so, then you will love the new and improved form of interval training known as High-Intensity Continue reading →
The first Ni No Kuni was a wonderful little game. If asked, I’d say it was a role-playing game that borrowed elements from the greats, the likes of Final Fantasy and Pokemon. Actually, it’s the Pokemon element that most reviews Continue reading →
It’s time to discuss the most underrated superfood of all time: eggs! Because eggs contain little bits of required nutrients that we need in order to properly function, they are a perfect and inexpensive food to add to your everyday Continue reading →
Every year has its ups and downs, and for a lot of us, 2017 felt like one downturn after after another with no signs of going back up. Despite that, the musical world didn’t let up on putting out great Continue reading →
After three weeks with temperatures under 10-degrees Fahrenheit, the weather has finally warmed up in Kentucky. The leftover snow has melted away, and it almost feels like Springtime has arrived early.
After a rollercoaster ride of a year for gamers with many ups and downs, 2017 is finally over. However, this is nothing to worry about because we can look forward to another great year for the industry and gamers alike. Continue reading →
I’ve already seen The Last Jedi, and I wanted to see something with friends on Christmas Eve. The movie I ended up seeing was one of the strangest and most awkward movies I’ve ever watched: Downsizing.
Okami, a product of Bayonetta’s director, Hideki Kamiya, is a wonderful love letter to all things Japanese. As an outsider looking in, I’ve always been attracted to the art style and history of Japan. That’s why I gravitated towards Okami Continue reading →
Living World Season 4 kicks right off with Episode 1 bringing releases to three gametypes in Guild Wars 2. When we load the game we have a new map, a new fractal dungeon, and new raid. I am more of Continue reading →
Growing up, watching anime was simple. You turned the television to Toonami or Adult Swim and watched the shows that you enjoyed. If you really liked a certain show, you could go to your nearest video store and purchase a Continue reading →
If you haven’t heard of or used Kroger’s newClickList service, you’ve been missing out. I say this as someone who isn’t getting paid to endorse Kroger’s ClickList. While the service is still in beta, you can use it now. Continue reading →