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Extinction Review

When I saw some footage of Extinction I was intrigued. The small people taking out massive trolls, it looked gorgeous and fun, and a piece of me hoped it would go the way of Shadow of the Colossus. Instead I found myself trudging through…

Get Out Review

These days I rarely find too much surprising in thrillers.  Sure, I can turn my brain off and enjoy the ride, but it’s hard to find something genuinely surprising, and more so, an interesting movie on the second watch. Get Out deserves…

Assassin’s Creed: Origins #1

Caution: light spoilers for the game Assassins Creed: Origins ahead. If you are anything like me, then when you completed Assassins Creed Origins, your biggest issue was you didn’t spend enough time with Aya.  Throughout the game you got to…

Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom Review

When Ni No Kuni came out, I was an excited man. The monster collection, the turn-based battles, and the perfectly nailed Ghibli aesthetic, everything was in line for it to be a favourite. What I found was a fun game, but a forgettable…

Mr. Mercedes Review

Some artists become so iconic for a style, that you can forget their talented works in other fields. Stephen King is one of those, who is known for his varied horror chops, that when you hear a film or show is based off his work you expect…

Toki Tori Review

Toki Tori originally graced the world with in 2011 when it was released on the Gameboy advance. Since then the game has been ported to nearly everything, from phones, handhelds, and home consoles including the PS3, meaning anyone that has…

Ready Player One Review

When it comes to Ready Player One, I feel like most nerds fall into one of two camps. There are those who have read and adore the book, and those who read and despise it. I’m the rarer of those nerds, and have never picked it up, so…

Annihilation Review

Netflix is an interesting beast. Originally being the streaming version of a network, but with consumer choice, it has become a staple in so many households. Then after a while it started paying for its own content, which varies in quality…

The American Dream

Thanks to VR I have appreciated some of the best satirical games I have seen, such as Job Simulator. A game that takes the piss out of everything in a silly and charming way. The American Dream does the same for the image that foreigners…

Sea of Thieves Review

I’m not sure about you, but Xbox has been making me nervous. With game cancellations, the first party line up was looking barren, fortunately one of the games that was sailing on the seas of hype, has been released, Sea of Thieves. Now what…