Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection ‘F’ Review

Written by (@) on July 31, 2015 in Reviews

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Frieza is back and better than ever! The movie is a great addition to the Dragon Ball media library, but feels like more of the same at times. It is an action packed movie with a soundtrack that leaves little to be desired. The mix of the same art style I have loved since I was a… Read More »

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GameWright Games: Over/Under, Qwixx, and Sushi Go! Reviews

Written by (@nightskyre) on September 5, 2014 in Reviews

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I have long been a fan of GameWright games. Even before my children were old enough to game I owned a copy of Forbidden Island and would play with my wife and friends. As my children grew to gaming ages (where by “gaming ages” I literally mean two years old) I began to look for… Read More »


Review: Duo Pinball

Written by (@leftybrown) on November 5, 2012 in Features, Reviews

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While pinball games are wonderful experiences on the iPad, there’s something a bit lacking without the feel of the bumper button under your finger and the thrill of a ball launcher. Duo Pinball from Discovery Bay Games aims to bring the fun of pinball gaming to your home with a device that transforms your iPad… Read More »


Review: Duo Gamer

Written by (@leftybrown) on November 5, 2012 in Features, Reviews

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    With the rise of mobile game apps, there is a lot of traditional gamers that still would like to use a controller to play their favorite gaming apps on their iPhone or iPad. As a remedy, Discovery Bay Games has released the Duo Gamer, which is a bluetooth gamepad for use with a… Read More »

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Theatrical Review: Looper

Written by (@therealbigwall) on November 3, 2012 in Features, Reviews

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Looper is the type of science fiction movie that will have you thinking about it long after you leave the theater.  Interestingly enough, the questions that you ask yourself may not be what you expect. The film is set in the not-too-distant future where time travel has not been invented, but will be in thirty… Read More »

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Review: Internet Explorer for Xbox 360

Written by (@therealbigwall) on October 22, 2012 in Features, Reviews

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Microsoft updated the Xbox 360’s dashboard on Tuesday and as part of the refresh, the company has added a version of Internet Explorer and all it seems to do is remind me of how far browsers have come. It wasn’t too entirely long ago when I tried a web browser that wasn’t Internet Explorer and… Read More »


The Avengers: Second Screen Experience

Written by (@nightskyre) on October 5, 2012 in Features, Reviews

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The Avengers has been hailed the best comic book movie ever made. There has never been a movie with as much crescendo, as much plot development, as much background information, and as much disparate prequel influence as The Avengers. Five full theatrical releases preceded The Avengers and the post credit “easter egg” clips of each… Read More »


Hauppauge HD PVR 2

Written by (@leftybrown) on September 25, 2012 in Features, Reviews

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If you have ever visited Youtube to look at a video game walk-through, game cheat, funny or miraculous in-game feat, chances are what you are seeing is the result of a Hauppauge PVR. The device has been very popular among do it yourself gaming bloggers and enthusiasts around the world. Recently, Hauppauge released the HD… Read More »


Snow White and the Huntsman

Written by (@shibachica) on September 18, 2012 in Features, Reviews

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Fairy tales are often tales of warning.  They are cautionary tales that typically seem to demonize the step mother. Such is the case with Universal Studio’s rendition of Snow White and the Huntsman. Interestingly enough the original tale by the Brother’s Grimm has Snow White’s birth mother as the Evil Queen. Later stories switched it… Read More »

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Get the Gringo

Written by (@therealbigwall) on September 4, 2012 in Features, Reviews

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There seems to be an aura that surrounds any project that Mel Gibson is attached to nowadays.  Just think of the last time you actually sought out to see something that he has hand a hand in recently.  Odds are that you are not the type of person to actually admit something like that so… Read More »