It’s time for camp, boys and girls! But what is that, you say? You’re not prepared for camp? You’re not wishing for weeks spent in the great outdoors, sweating and getting eaten by mosquitos while fighting for the latest kitchen Continue reading →
In 2015, Life Is Strange took the video game world by storm. Featuring time-traveler Max Caufield, the game focused just as much on what it is like to be a teenager in today’s society as it did trying to unravel Continue reading →
This past weekend, I attended ACen for the first time. ACen was actually one of the first anime conventions I ever heard of, but due to scheduling conflicts, financial issues, and other whatsits, I have never successfully made it up Continue reading →
Let me start with an apology about how long it’s taken for the second half of this review. As it is sometimes want to do, Life got in the way a bit. So, without further ado, back to the Heleus Continue reading →
It’s been a few years now that Amazon came out with their Echo and Echo Dot loaded with the naturally interactive Alexa. In response, Google has upgraded their voice assistant, and produced Google Home. So, which one of these is Continue reading →
After the Christmas special back in December, it was confirmed that season 10 is to be the last season for the 12th Doctor. Rather you love him or hate him he will be remembered in the line-up of doctors in Continue reading →
When I heard there was going to be another Fast and Furious movie, I had my doubts. So when Fate of the Furious came out in theaters, I waited a whole 3 days before I went and saw it. I even left a Facebook status asking Vin Diesel to not let me down. Then the lights dimmed, and the screen got bright and started rolling all the companies involved in the movie, and I was down for the ride for the next few hours and hoping like hell I would not be disappointed.
When I was first introduced to the Ghost in the Shell franchise a little more than ten years ago, I would have never believed the franchise would grow to have a live action adaptation. I was always enthralled by the complex philosophical questions the series brought to viewers, and I have always admired how the manga, films, and anime series all became their own “stand alone” forms for the franchise (yes, the double-entendre was done on purpose).
Gorillaz fans have been long entranced with animated shorts featuring the band. Released periodically, these shorts show some of the antics and misadventures that the band gets into in-between albums, and provides insight into 2D, Murdoc, Russel, and Noodle that Continue reading →
Rarely have I run across a game that has left me as torn as Mass Effect Andromeda. First, let’s get this out of the way; Yes, the gameplay and visual style does look like Mass Effect meets Dragon Age Inquisition. However, that isn’t necessarily a bad thing. There were many positive things about Inquisition and much of that I like in Mass Effect Andromeda. There are also a lot of things that I don’t like.
Netflix has easily taken over as the best replacement for cable television, with other services such as Hulu, Amazon Prime, Crunchyroll, and HBO Now also help to supply your favourite shows to you On Demand for far cheaper costs than Continue reading →
Ever since its on October 06th, 2015, Rock Band 4 has kept musical gaming enthusiasts on its toes with shiny, new, and unexpected updates. From encouraging improvisation such as “freestyle solos” on the guitar and “freeform melodies” on Continue reading →
To be honest, and despite the hype, I walked into this film with very low expectations. Don’t misunderstand, I was a fan of X-Men growing up and collected the comics for many years. However, I wasn’t as much a fan Continue reading →
One of the best investments that you can make as both an amateur and a professional photographer is to purchase a green screen. A whole new plethora of possibilities open up once you have a green screen, from plain backgrounds Continue reading →