I’ve been watching a bunch of stuff lately so this Quick Fire Reviews is a bit heftier than those in the past. All of this stuff is new for 2017 so let’s dive in. Continue reading Quick Fire Reviews Part IV
The Destiny 2 Beta is out now for everyone on Xbox One and PS4 to try out! I’ve been able to play it for the past few days now and I have some thoughts so gear up, strap in, and prepare to sit in orbit. Continue reading Destiny 2 – Beta Impressions
Can a Sony and Disney partnership hold together to bring us a decent Spider-Man film?
It’s time for another installment of Quick Fire Reviews. In part III we have a newly released film, a newly released Netflix series, and a couple games that came out earlier this year. Continue reading Quick Fire Reviews Part III
It’s been a crazy busy past couple weeks and in that chaos E3 2017 happened. Here are some thoughts and what caught my attention. Continue reading E3 2017 – Highlights
Let’s talk about Wonder Woman. The current box office smash hit released by Warner Bros. There’s been a lot of hype, build up, controversy, discussion, and analysis for a film before it even hit theater screens. People obviously care about Wonder Woman and the DC universe and they want to see it succeed. The question though is, “is it any good?”
I’ve had a rough time trying to write this review. I’ve probably scrapped 3 other versions. It’s weird, and I’m sorry. It also doesn’t help that I have not had a lot of free time to write this to begin with. So without further ado…
Hey so there’s been a lot of content thats come out to discuss but not a lot of time, so here are even more quick reviews!
Kept you waiting, huh? Continue reading DLC Episode 004: Our Marvelous Return
A New Age
We live in a truly special time. A time where a bunch of developers from Amsterdam, who are famous for making first-person shooters, can turn and make an action-rpg video game about a red hair woman who fights robotic beasts with a bow and arrow. It also means a lot when said game is as awesome as that description sounds. Guerrilla Games have truly made something special, and it signals a much needed change from their previous IP; Killzone. Continue reading Horizon: Zero Dawn Review