I’m going to just come out and say it: as I’ve aged I’ve become acutely aware of the cycle of monotony that embodies most online multiplayer gaming.
I really feel bad for Ashton Kutcher after watching this one…
It seems that there are a handful of shows that I love that some people haven’t seen, but they could remedy that in the course of an afternoon. Here are three of those shows.
Last year saw some incredible games grace the screen, but there was a handful from years past that found new life in 2014. This is about those games.
The Newsroom died as it lived: pointlessly.
Aaron Sorkin may be one of my favorite writers, but Aaron Sorkin’s The Newsroom is not one of my favorite shows.
2012’s Dear Esther and 2013’s Proteus are two critically acclaimed indie games where you just sorta walk around… today I reveal who walks best.
Attack on Titan is a cartoon about people trying not to get eaten by scary monsters, while also trying to kill said monsters. But, it’s anime, so that’s enough to base an entire series on. Continue reading Review: ATTACK ON TITAN, Season 1
“The Following” is back to weave another ridiculous narrative of red herrings, dei ex machina and nonsensical plot twists.
The ladies of the Belcher clan bring Bob’s Burgers back in 2014, and the result is, expectedly, both heartwarming and hilarious.