Jurassic World Evolution: 65 Million Years Refined!

Reviewed on the PlayStation 4, purchased copy. “Do you remember the first time you saw a Dinosaur?” These words were uttered in the official Jurassic World Fallen Kingdom trailer by Claire Daring. Since then I have taken these words to heart in order to apply it towards my review of Frontier Development’s Jurassic World Evolution….

Rayman Legends Definitive Edition is A Whimsical Time

Long ago when I was but a young lad, I happened upon Rayman for the Nintendo 64. I don’t recall how I got it, only that it was a unique platform that had a whimsical class. Since then I never had the ability to engage on that same level of fun. Now with the Nintendo…

Naka-Kon 2018: A Convention About People

Every year I attend a little convention known as, Naka-Kon. Every year I try to pull something away from a convention that dynamically evolves into something better and better. This year was no different when it came to unfamiliar experiences, coupled with something truly spectacular. Naka-Kon is a convention about people first and foremost. Now…

Overlord is The SAO That I wanted!

Take a step back for one moment and imagine SAO, but better. One where only one potential player was trapped in a DMMORPG and was instead a (insert expletive of choice here) of a Lich who held control over a vast dominion of pawns. A person who does good disguised as evil, but still rules…

Blend S is a tour of fun and maids!

For those of you still in the dark on the hit anime Blend S, allow me to introduce you all to a world of maids who exhibit key personalities. This peculiar anime follows our lead heroine Maika and her daily struggle to conquer having a face that just naturally looks sadistic. After failing job application…

Shadow of War In a Land of Fire And Darkness

JRR Tolkien’s Lord of The Rings Series has been something of a guilty pleasure. It’s tales of heroism in darkened times where the fires of industry churn onwards, while a lighter more simple down to Earth society dwells in the days of knights and fantasy. I’ve long sought after a game that makes me feel…

Stardew Valley is Best At Home On Nintendo’s Switch

While it has most certainly been a while since I have touched the amazing indie game that is Stardew Valley, it hasn’t lost its charm. Stardew Valley finally made the switch to Nintendo’s Switch console and it feels as if it is the best version by far. The portability of course makes this a sure-fire…

The Nichijou Blu-Ray Is A MUST!

Okay, so if you haven’t been living under a rock for the past ten years then you would have missed the manga, Nichijou. The anime adaptation would have aired during April of 2011. This Slice of Life is anything but and it is the cream da la cream of comedies in the anime community. It…

JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure Set 1 blu-ray is a beauty to behold

I have a soft spot for this anime series and when I got my review copy sent to me from the fine folks behind Viz Media; let’s just say I was a kid in a candy store. This limited edition release for JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure Phantom Blood & Battle Tendency is utterly gorgeous and downright…