Top 10 Star Wars Movies

Ah, this author still recalls going to his local theatre to catch a rare triple-bill showing of the three original Star Wars films. We watched Star Wars: A New Hope, The Empire Strikes Back, and Return of the Jedi on the big screen in one day. As a kid things could not get any better than this. The movies meant everything to us back then, as did the many, many toys and figures. As time marches on, so did the series. Along came the Special Editions and the prequels in the late ’90s, then things died down for a while. In 2012 Disney bought Lucasfilm and, along with it, the Star Wars franchise. Now the plan is to release a new Star Wars movie every year, forever. Anyway, it’s now 2017, and the original Star Wars movie from 1977 celebrates its 40th anniversary this year, so what better way to celebrate Star Wars Day (May 4th) than to run through the top 10 movies in the franchise so far? Read more »

Brawlout by Angry Mob Games

Brawlout Hits Steam Early Access, Brings Console Style Brawling to PC

If you are a fan of Super Smash Bros, a popular Nintendo brawler, then you probably realize there is not much similar available on PC. Angry Mob Games plans to change that with their game, Brawlout for Steem and it is out now on Early Access. Read more »

Expeditions Vikings

Expeditions Vikings Brings Valhalla to Worthy Gamers

When you mention historical anything to most gamers you probably receive a blank stare. This is partly because words like historical bring back memories of “edutainment” where gamers are treated like idiots trying to learn math and such via colorful graphics and horrible gameplay. Expeditions Vikings is not edutainment but it still holds historical elements and who doesn’t like learning about Vikings in general? Read more »


HBO Go App Finally Catches Up to Netflix with Features

If you are an HBO Go user then you probably realize that the app kind of sucks. The app is behind the times on many levels and for what seemed like an eternity, HBO was in no hurry to fix things. Until now. Read more »

The Walking Dead Season Two

The Walking Dead Season Two Free for Xbox One Owners, there is a Catch

Fans of the hit AMC television series, The Walking Dead probably already know about the game based on the show. If you own an Xbox One console then you can grab season two of The Walking Dead game. There is a small catch though – there always is. Read more »

Make Hexa Android puzzle

Make Hexa on Android Review, ZTE ZMAX 2 Device

I am a huge fan of just a few genres of gaming. Brawlers (Final Fight, Streets of Rage, etc), Full Motion Video (stop laughing) and puzzle games (Tetris, Columns, Tetris Attack, etc) are all at the top of my gaming go to genres. I discovered hex puzzles when I had an old Nokia smart phone (prior to their Windows Phone line), I think it was called Hexic or something and cost a buck or two to buy the full version. This was my first mobile game purchase and I don’t regret it one bit. Over the years, I have learned of other hex based puzzle games, some were great, others not so much. Make Hexa by BitMango is one of the better ones. What makes it better is also what sets it apart from the competition. Read more »

Super Stickman Golf 3

Super Stickman Golf 3 on Android Review

Mobile games seem to fall into very distinct categories, at least the successful ones. Often, they are massively multiplayer in some way, Match 3 Bejeweled games or endless runners. Super Stickman Golf 3 bucks that trend by being a 2D side view casual golf game with In App Purchases that are completely optional. Yep, everything we are led to believe about mobile gaming is turned on its head with this game. Noodlecake know how to make a game that goes against the grain. Read more »

Power Rangers

Power Rangers (2017) Review

This is not the Power Rangers you grew up with. With that out of the way, I do want to say that there will be spoilers in this review – up to the first hour of the movie anyhow. For me, that is the only way to properly review a movie but keep some mystery to the film. Those that grew up watching the original Power Rangers television show will be somewhat familiar with about 90 percent of this reboot. That other 10% is what makes it unique and fun. Read more »

Interview with the Creators of Todd and the Book of Pure Evil!

Todd and the Book of Pure Evil is an excellent show that went underappreciated during the time of its original airing. A love letter to the music genre of metal, and television shows like Buffy the Vampire Slayer. Sadly, Todd and the Book of Pure Evil was fated for near obscurity, until being discovered in Netflix. Afterwards, its popularity exploded, and it gained a substantial cult-following which eventually led to the start of an Indiegogo campaign for a movie! The success of the campaign (and with additional funding from other sources) resulted in the development of Todd and the Book of Pure Evil: The End of the End scheduled for a release in 2017! But, in order to celebrate the imminent release of the film, we reached out to the keen minds behind the film (and show), for an interview which will hopefully tide over crowds until the film comes out!

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Office Space Gets Official Game, Coming to Android

Almost 20 years ago we saw the release of a cult hit film called Office Space. It was a sad homage to the life of an office worker who attempted to get his life in order only to see that fail miserably. In the end, he finds happiness and a lot of “I don’t care” moments that lead him miraculously to where he should have been the whole time. Now, there is a game coming from Kongregate that is not going to bother catching ANY of that, it is not even going to try. Instead they are going to focus on the job part of Office Space and depending on your gaming tastes, that may actually be good. Oh, the title is Office Space – Idle Profits. That should give you a clue as to the type of game. Read more »

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