After the last episode’s lackluster reception, I’ll admit that it had me concerned for the quality of the next episodes. As I mentioned in my review of Episode 2, generally episodes of Telltale games are released on a quarterly or bimonthly basis. The release schedule for Minecraft Story Mode while a pleasant change of pace on … More Minecraft Story Mode Episode 3: The Last Place You Look Review
One of the incredible powers of both literature and film is their ability to tell stories most couldn’t even possibly conceive. However, the best stories aren’t the ones that are pure fantasy but grounded in truth. Stories that no matter how implausible they might seem, have happened. While most of us will never know what … More Room Review: Emotionally Intense and Wonderful
There are two kinds of fans of Digimon. There’s the one that just watched the first season (possibly the second as well) when it was on tv back in the early 2000s, and there’s the Digimon fan who watched the first season and then went on to watch the show in the original Japanese. Generally … More Digimon Adventure Tri: Reunion Review
Before I get on with my review of the latest entry in the James Bond film series, I want to talk about the last film: Skyfall. Before that film was released, I was frustrated with the franchise. Or specifically, the last two titles in the franchise. Casino Royale felt like a slightly botched attempt at a … More I Thought You Came Here to Die: Spectre Review
A little game called Fallout 4 came out this week. You might have heard of it. I’ve been fairly obsessed with it all week, perhaps the first game I’ve decided to actively dedicate time to in the last few months. But as I’ve been playing it and reading reviews about it, a thought occurred to … More Why Do We Put up With Buggy Bethesda Games?
On December 6th, 1965, an animated Christmas cartoon premiered on CBS Television that would be the first screen adaptation of a beloved comic strip. This would then cause said comic to evolve into a multimedia powerhouse that is considered by many to be a classic in the world of pop culture. Not bad for a bald … More Good Grief: The Peanuts Movie Review
If you live in the states, November has Thanksgiving and lining up at 4am for Black Friday sales. If you’re like me and live in Canada, November is an odd month. As much as Black Friday has tried to become a thing here, November has essentially become the “pre-christmas” month before December. We do have Remembrance Day, … More Blog Update: Not Much for November (Except Fallout 4)
Don’t let anyone tell you otherwise, but it is possible to be both excited about something and worried about it at the same time. These conflicting feelings are common, especially with the continuing trend of bringing old franchises back in the form of reboots and spinoffs. So when it was announced that Star Trek would be … More Why the New Star Trek TV Series Has Already Gone Wrong