An entire generation of people can credit most of what they know about science to repeated viewings of Bill Nye the Science Guy VHS tapes … Continue reading “Bill Nye Saves the World – Season 1 Review: Learning is fun again”
The last decade or so of Zelda games haven’t had the same spark we saw in the late 90s and early 2000s. Thankfully, Breath of the Wild is possibly the best Zelda game ever released, – a welcome franchise shakeup after so many years.
Atelier Firis will either completely charm you or drive you mad.
Jonathan takes on Warren Ellis's reboot of the Wildstorm universe! Angela Spica remains in her transhuman state, armored up and flying. Saving Jacob Marlowe from an assassination attempt has forced her to go on the run. She lands at Camp Hero, on Montauk Island, where she has a secret bunker...
After 18 years of cancellation, Mystery Science Theater 3000 has finally returned with new episodes and a new host. This comeback was made possible by … Continue reading “Mystery Science Theater 3000 Season 11 Premiere review: The bots are back in town”
The Paper Girls are stuck in the prehistoric past, beneath a mountain with a goat man’s image and the Apple icon carved into its side. While making their way toward a possibly crashed time machine, a river separates the group. Things get more complicated from there...
Beamdog resurrects the role-playing classic for a new generation of gamers. The concept of videogame remasters is a strange one. Some, like Activision’s Marvel: Ultimate … Continue reading “Planescape: Torment Enhanced Edition review”
Andromache of Scythia is now known as Andy, and she’s 5000 years old. For most of that time, along with her comrades, Joe, Nicky, and Booker, she has been a soldier: fighting, dying, and going on living, over and over, and she’s getting bored.
With movies based on an existing property, especially one that has permeated a whole generation, one must go in with very light hopes. A successful … Continue reading “Ghost in the Shell (2017) Review”
Welcome to Comics Beat, in which we review comic books a few times throughout the week. Individual issues, collections, graphic novels – they’re all good enough … Continue reading “Comics Beat: God Country # 3 Review”