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Three Quick Comic Reviews from Last Week

I should be saving up for DC Rebirth but I couldn't resist some of the new releases this week, this included Saber Rider andthe Star Sheriffs, Power Rangers, and Spider-verse. So it's time for three quick comic reviews and a small smattering of trivia.

Kim Reaper #3 Review- The Plot Thickens

Issue #3 builds on the foundation laid by the first two and perks our interest with some ominous foreshadowing. TURN BACK NOW IF YOU HAVE...

Life is Strange Comic Review (Issue #1)

Partners in crime (and time), Chloe Price and Max Caulfield, return to the scene in Titan's first issue of the Life is Strange comic series.

Marvel’s Iron Fist Season 1 Review

DISCLAIMER: I have no prior knowledge of Ironfist's powers or story arcs spare one passing reference in Jim Butcher's Dresden Files. I will also...

Godzilla: Planet of the Monsters Review

Ah Godzilla, since it's inception back in 1954 there have been dozens of films, video games, and even a TV show or two involving...
Game of Thrones Season 8 Episode 6 Still

Game of Thrones Season 8 Episode 6 – “The Iron Throne”...

After a decade, HBO's crown series, Game of Thrones has ended, and with it the tales of some of our favorite TV characters. Like...

mother! Review

Where do you start? Well, let's get it out of the way, mother! is exceptional and a true breath of fresh air. Frankly I...

‘James Cameron’s Story of Science Fiction’ Companion Book Review

For five weeks, AMC ran James Cameron's Story of Science Fiction, which addressed the history of sc-fi literature and media with a large cast of...

Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 Review – If it aint...

Every since I first inserted the disk of Call of Duty 3 into my Xbox 360 I've been a huge fan of the series. From Modern Warfare to World at War all the way to Advanced Warfare, without a doubt, I'd have grabbed a copy of the game at launch. But for the past couple of years the games have started to lose my interest. They've tried to become something more than a shooter and I feel they're trying to do too much at once.

Unravel Review: A Lifetime in the Making

Unravel is a game that stole my heart from the moment it was introduced to us all back at E3 and we all said hello to the loveable character of Yarny. Since then I've waited eagerly to get my hands on the game and lose myself in whatever tale it wanted to tell me within the beautiful world it had created. Offering us a grand adventure for such a small character Unravel promised to not only move us but also keep our attention throughout the whole experience. With moments that make you want to tear up and reflect on the past to moments that make you want to laugh out loud and smile 'till it hurts. Unravel is a special type of game and one that honestly came at just the right time.
Samurai Warriors 4 Empires Review #1

Samurai Warriors 4 Empires Review

So now I find myself with Samurai Warriors 4 Empires sat on my PS4 hard drive. It might as well be an all-new experience for me – I only know a couple of the Samurai Warriors characters from Warriors Orochi 3 and I haven't played an Empires game in the series since DW6. With all that in mind, how does Samurai Warriors 4 Empires stack up? Let's take a look.

Carmageddon: Max Damage (Xbox One) Review – Max Nostalgia

Following the disappointment that was Carmageddon: Reincarnation on PC, Stainless Games are back once again with another new Carmageddon title, this time one for current-gen consoles. Though, it's not quite new, more a re-skinned version of the Kickstarter success. However, does it perform better than the PC Reincarnation, or should the past be left in the past.

WRC 6 Review – All the Fun, None of the Pain

The WRC series has been pretty well known for bringing in a level of realism when it comes to rally racing. It's something that's helped the series excel above other fast paced rally series' but at the same time it's made the games fairly difficult for those who enjoy a more casual, arcade experience. In WRC 6 however, that's all changed. The core WRC experience is still there, but there's now an option to make the game a little more enjoyable and a little more arcade.
Kingdom Hearts

Kingdom Hearts HD 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue Review

As a long time fan of Kingdom Hearts it's exciting to be able to sit down with the latest HD collection release as we await Kingdom Hearts 3. Kingdom Hearts HD 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue looks to give us a glimpse into the future of the series as well as more of the series on the PlayStation 4 for the first time. The question to be answered though is if this package is worth your time and if it will really help to fill the gap until Kingdom Hearts 3.

Has Been Heroes Review

Frozenbyte's Has Been Heroes is a lane-switching, turn-based action platformer which sees you rotate between three ageing heroes. Too over-the-hill for the exciting, interesting,...

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