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Retro Reflections: ReBoot (PS1)

A small mix of antagonism towards a friend and my usual love of awful television had me watching ReBoot: The Guardian Code recently on Netflix, and it wasn’t nearly as bad as so many led me to believe. I had understood it to … Continue reading

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Exploits: Family Matters

I had the honor of being featured in Unwinnable’s Exploits publication, where they allowed me to write a short piece on Family Matters, and there is a lot of other cool stuff inside as well. Check out Exploits

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Ghost of Tsushima Inspiration: Samurai From Film to Controller

Visual presentations are so important, not just for first impressions, but to set a theme and tone. The demo for Ghost of Tsushima stuck out to me this E3, especially with a few truly breathtaking moments as the scenes flowed like art … Continue reading

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Retro Reflections: Xena Warrior Princess: The Talisman Of Fate

I was hooked on the Hercules: The Legendary Journeys television show early on, ever since it started out as movies from the Action Pack programming block, but as soon as Xena received her own show I had switched teams. I … Continue reading

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Ranking The MCU Movies From Best To Worst

Like many, Infinity War sent me back on a Marvel movies watching spree. Since this behemoth set of movies stretches back to 2008, it had been several years since I saw some of the original outings, and I wanted to be reminded … Continue reading

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Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus (Switch) REVIEW – Portable Nazi Murder

It’s never a bad time to shoot the shit out of some Nazis. As a follow-up to 2014’s The New Order, The New Colossus has some large ass-kicking boots to fill—and the 2018 port to the Switch, even more so. … Continue reading

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Luke Cage: Season 2 REVIEW – A Bulletproof Show?

A second shot at the king. After such a big explosion of intergalactic action in Infinity War, there is something so surreal about going back to the streets and slowing down the pace, until the blood starts flowing at least. As … Continue reading

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