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Mountain Monsters Season Five Finale Released Early

Mountain Monsters Team Photo

Destination America has done something that is kind of unprecedented in today’s “ratings dominate all” world of television. Mountain Monsters is allegedly one of their highest rated shows right now. This last weekend viewers received the second to last episode

Google Unveils Youtube TV

For a long time now we have heard rumors that Google would throw their hat in the streaming television world. Well, those rumors are now put to rest as we know their plans. It is apparent that Google is now

Survive a Horde of Cannibalistic Horrors in The Forest

The Forest was created by Endnight Games with a team of four people. It was released in Alpha state through the Steam Early Access Program and instantly became a hit among players. This was in due part thanks to YouTubers

Spadoni Productions Release Lupin the Third vs Hitman Contracts Youtube Short Film

If you have been with us here on Gravis Ludus and Retro Gaming Magazine for very long then you know Spadoni Productions.  They have done some really good short films based on various intellectual properties over the years.  Their most

Blackwood Crossing Screenshots from Gamescom 2016 Released

PaperSeven are a new company that are focused on releasing their first game, Blackwood Crossing.  This new game is coming to the Playstation 4 console, Xbox One and PCs via the Steam service.  For those that do not know what

Blackwood Crossing Trailer for Steam Playstation 4 and Xbox One Released

PaperSeven, based in Brighton, have released a trailer for their upcoming adventure game, Blackwood Crossing.  Blackwood crossing is coming to the Playstation 4, Xbox One and PC via the Steam digital distribution service.  What fans can expect from Blackwood Crossing

Witch-Bot Meglilo Released on Steam

Bullet hell shooting fans rejoice.  Another game in this genre has been released and this time, it is a throwback title with a dark comedy edge.  Witch-Bot Meglilo is an overhead scrolling shooter that simply fills the screen with bullets

5 Free Streaming Services Worth Your Money Instead of Cable

Today cable cutters are more popular than ever before.  This is probably due to the fact that high speed Internet is reaching more people than ever before.  Couple that with the fact that people are sick of paying for channels

Review – Inoqoni Puzzle Adventure Android ZTE ZMAX2

It is not often that I come across something this cool on Android.  It seems that mobile gaming is becoming more and more saturated with action based massively multiplayer online role-playing games.  Then there are the plethora of time management

UFO Robot Goldrake Pays Homage to Classic Anime

The team behind some rather interesting fan films based on many classic games is back at it again.  This time Spadoni Productions has set their sights on a classic anime called UFO Robot Grendizer.  This is a live action fan

Hacker Creates Android iPhone Case

Android versus iOS is nothing new.  They have been going at it ever since Google purchased the little mobile operating system.  Google runs Android much like Microsoft ran Windows for years except Android is free (you pay for “certification” to

Maniac Mansion Re-Imagined in Fan Film

Daniele Spadoni is not new to fan films.  He has, through is company Spadoni Productions, released many fan films.  From Another World, also known as Out of this World in the United States, to an obscure fighting game by Team

Bandit Gaming- Mega Man Battle Network 3D in Development by Fans

Capcom is usually pretty cool about keeping their classics up and alive on newer platforms.  One such franchise they have sort of ignored is the Mega Man Battle Network series.  This series started life on the Game Boy Advance, actually

Body Blows the Fan Movie, Team 17 Classic Fighter Fan Base Grows

What do you do if you are a fan of a game that is over 20 years old, most popular on the Commodore Amiga and you have friends and a video camera?  Well, if your name is Daniele Spadoni you

Star Wars the Force Awakens Success, Here are Five Fan Films of Lightsaber Duels

It is a good sign that the latest Star Wars movie was a hit. For many of the fans it was a scary lead up after the Disney buyout. Speculation and hardcore fans were not kind to it leading up

Kazoos, Bagpipes and Bluegrass: Eleven Weird but Amazing Covers of “Enter Sandman”

Metallica’s “Enter Sandman” has become one of the most iconic rock songs in the 24 years since its release. It is the sixth-most performed song in the band’s library, behind other classics that were all written years earlier. It has