As we close in on the mid year, lets take a look at some upcoming releases. May is definitely going to be another big month for entertainment so we have gathered our top 10 noteworthy releases in May 2017! May marks the start of the summer movie blockbuster season so lets kick things off […]
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For people that have not played many MMOs, I would say where XIV succeeds, where others fail, is in grabbing your attention. I feel like even if you are not into MMOs but love a really good story driven game, this is still a game that deserves your time. Although you will have some stupid quests […]
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Here is a quick run down of the games we were/are playing this month. Mike: After finally finished Zelda Breath of the Wild with all memories discovered and getting the proper ending, I plan to finish up some games in the backlog (FFXV and Horizon Zero Dawn). Summer is going to be a big for […]
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With all the crap going on right now- global warming (which obviously isn’t a real thing……), the threat of escalation to nuclear war, the political global shitstorms- it’s no wonder people are in the dumps. The silver lining to this though is that conditions like these triggered creatives like Isaac Asimov, H.G. Wells, Kurt Vonnegut […]
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Clockwork Planet (Episode 1) Everything must die. Time is a cruel, yet predictable force. Always moving forward, never repeating. It doesn’t matter what you are, Human, dog, rock or even planet, time marches mercilessly on. In the future our planet will die, it will become just a distant memory of the past. In the future, […]
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Zombies have become a major theme in almost every form of entertainment these past few years. The zombie genre itself has evolved over the years as well since the world was exposed to Night of the Living Dead. Resident Evil pioneered the survival horror genre, 28 Days later introduced us to fast moving swarm zombies […]
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To an anime fan, Masamune Shirow’s Ghost in the Shell needs no introduction. We review the new live action movie adaptation.
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Welcome to a new section that we are running where we ask some of our readers questions about themselves! If you are interested in being one of our Guinea Pigs, send us a message and we will hopefully get around to everyone! Our first sacraficial lamb is an old friend of ours who we […]
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The answer to the question, “Are we alone in the universe?”, is answered in the fictional drama, Arrivals. After tragedy hits, Louise Banks (Played by the immensely talented Amy Adams) is recruited by the Army for her Linguistic knowledge. Having worked with the Army in the past, Colonel Weber (Played by Forest Whitaker) and heading […]
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On April 7 1979, Sunrise launched the franchise by acclaimed animator Yoshiyuki Tomino, together with a rotating group of artists and writers who were collectively known as “Hajime Yatate“. With a planned 52 episode arc about content that was a filled with never before seen realism in the portrayal of the technology behind robots, political overtones and […]
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