Monthly Archives: August 2016

Retro Replay: X-Men Legends

X-Men Legends is an action-RPG title that I always described as a dungeon crawler, which is fitting considering how many people compare it to Diablo and Gauntlet with superheroes. The story sees Marvel’s titular mutants going on various missions around … Continue reading

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The Butterfly Effect

I only knew Ashton Kutcher at the time from Punk’d—which I’m sad to admit how many episodes I watched and that I bought the DVDs—and That 70s Show, but this new movie I was seeing him in trailers for seemed … Continue reading

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Suicide Squad

This is a tough one. What a deeply flawed and wonderful, yet confusing, experience. I said it by accident when we stepped out of the theater, “that problem sure had a lot of movie.” My flub in the wording was … Continue reading

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Batman: The Killing Joke

I didn’t think it would come to my town, but I was very pleased when friends informed me I was wrong. We sat down in the theater, a little irked that this ‘special event’ was $2.50 more than a regular … Continue reading

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Dungeon Punks Review: Take a Friend to Die With You

Reading over the presser for this game made me realize I saw what Hyper Awesome was trying to do here, and then the trailer helped to seal the deal as it were and build a loose vision of a world … Continue reading

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10 Nintendo 64 Games Every Retro Collection Needs

Nintendo’s entry for the fifth generation of consoles was a favorite of mine, but remains quite polarizing for the majority of fans. Named for its 64-bit processor, the N64 was the last home console to use cartridges, and it ultimately … Continue reading

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