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Card Game Review: “Clubs”

Clubs Game

Clubs is reminiscent of trick-taking games like Hearts and Spades. It also goes back to ideals of shedding games like Tichu. Read More »

Kids’ Game Review: “Gooey Louie”

Gooey Louie from Goliath Games

As mentioned in previous reviews, kids love gross and weird stuff.  While a good many of our children’s activities today have been sanitized, we can all remember the joy of seeing exploding cartoon characters from Tex Avery, playing with plastic bug-making factories, or even the horrifying life lessons from Aesop and the Grimm Brothers.  The fascination with exciting, gross, stuff ... Read More »

PC Game Review: “The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing”


Daft brash and completely over the top... the guilty pleasure that is Van Helsing the ARPG. Read More »

Xbox 360 Review: “Fast & Furious: Showdown”

Fast and Furious Screen 2

It offers absolutely nothing original, and doesn’t even manage to rip-off other driving sims successfully. Read More »

Nintendo 3DS Review: Heavy Fire – The Chosen Few


Choking on its own mediocre visuals and limp gunplay, the revolting Heavy Fire: The Chosen Few signals the cliff face drop-off point for punishingly stupid military shooters. As a society, we should be questioning how the blossoming popularity boom of saturated browns mixed with assault rifles carries enough retail heft to spawn trash like publisher Mastiff’s “franchise.” A cavalcade of sleepy ... Read More »

Book Review: Elemental by Amanda Curtin


Margaret Duthie Tulloch is a storyteller whose bedtime tales of Fish Meggie, the Gutting Girl from the Top of the World, delight her granddaughter Laura, her “lambsie”. She promises to write those stories down for Laura, and though her Lambsie has grown up and Meggie is dying, she manages to write it all out, but rather than a series of ... Read More »

PC Game Preview: Fallen Enchantress: Legendary Heroes


Steep learning curve, filled with minutiae and frustrating at times... prefect for some/hell for others. Read More »

PlayStation 3 Review: Metro: Last Light

metro last light ps3

A better plot could have made Metro: Last Light a diamond in the rough. As it is, the technical difficulties weigh heavily on the fun there is to be had. Read More »

PlayStation Vita Review: Soul Sacrifice


A talking book, eyeballs on arms, and many hours of gameplay await you. Read More »

PC Game Review: Metro: Last Light


As with Bioshock Infinite, Metro: Last Light is a mixed bag that will probably be over-hyped and fawned over. Read More »