Almost Pokémon Paradise: Pokémon Sun & Moon Review

Reviewer’s Note: I played through Pokémon Moon for this review. While there are version differences between Sun and Moon, they’re essentially the same game. If you’ve been playing Pokémon for as long as I have, then you’ve come to expect a certain amount of predictability. Before Pokémon Sun & Moon, you could lay out the … More Almost Pokémon Paradise: Pokémon Sun & Moon Review

Scare Yourself Stupid: 5 Horror Games to Play This Halloween

Ah Halloween, that magical time of year when we indulge in all things spooky. While the family-friendly side of the holiday is all about creative costumes and candy, plenty of us break out our favourite scary movies and indulge in those. But perhaps an even better way to get your thrills this Halloween is to play … More Scare Yourself Stupid: 5 Horror Games to Play This Halloween

I’m Excited (and Nervous) About the Nintendo Switch

Nintendo and I have had a rocky relationship this year. While I’ve tried to be excited for a lot of their announcements and new releases this year, it’s been difficult not to feel discouraged.  For every moment of excitement, there’s been a moment of disappointment. Exciting new Zelda one minute, unfortunate Paper Mario game the … More I’m Excited (and Nervous) About the Nintendo Switch

Let’s Talk About Overwatch Halloween Terror (and Why It’s Awesome)

When Blizzard announced their first Overwatch seasonal event back in August for the 2016 Summer Games, one thought immediately crossed my mind. If this what they can do for the Olympics, then what are they going to do for Halloween? In case you don’t play Overwatch (shame on you) or you missed the summer event (again … More Let’s Talk About Overwatch Halloween Terror (and Why It’s Awesome)

The Perils of Pit People: First Impressions

“I find myself wondering what life was like before the Bear crashed into our frail planet…” From this opening line of dialogue and the accompanying cinematic, it becomes immediately apparent that the world of Pit People is nothing like anything we’ve quite seen before. While you can see inspiration is taken from all kinds of … More The Perils of Pit People: First Impressions

Digimon Adventure Tri: Confession Review

Disclaimer: Minor Spoilers Ahead The biggest problem with the last two Digimon Adventure Tri films has been the pacing. Because the story is split into six parts, each film faces the difficult task of trying to provide enough plot development to keep the larger narrative progressing while trying to be its own movie. This tactic has … More Digimon Adventure Tri: Confession Review