Here we go with another gaming headset review. This one is the new Turtle Beach Elite Atlas Headset. We've been the recipients of some Turtle Beach products in the past. The most recent was the Ear Force Recon Chat headset. These headphones are on the higher end of the spectrum of gaming headphones. What you get With the Elite Atlas Headset In the box, you will see … [Read more...] about Turtle Beach Elite Atlas Headset Review
In case you are not aware, I occasionally do video game reviews on my site, and it is rare that I review two games that are similar with their style. The style is that of surrealism, which can bring the player into worlds similar to that of a Salvador Dali painting. This is only one of the best aspects of The Gardens Between and My Brother Rabbit, and they are both great … [Read more...] about Our Review of Two Terrific Surreal Video Games: The Gardens Between and My Brother Rabbit
The first thing that I am going to say about Human Fall Flat is it is a puzzle game. Puzzle games are always great because you use your mind, you solve something, but then the process repeats (both a blessing and a curse). The last two games that I reviewed, The Spectrum Retreat and The Path of Motus have had their series of puzzles, but they had a huge framing device of … [Read more...] about Human Fall Flat Game Review
As you might have noticed, we have been recently flooded with product reviews, and it has been a while since we have done a video game review. If there is one thing that takes up a lot of time, it is playing an in-depth video game. I'll talk about that more when I discuss The Legend of Zelda: Meth of the Wild. (I didn't misspell that in the title). Okay, enough of that … [Read more...] about Review of The Station, a Sci-Fi Video Game!
Pixel Pals™ are an officially licensed collection of light-up, pixelated iconic characters brought to you by Performance Designed Products. Such characters include Mario, Luigi, Link, and Vault Boy from Fallout 4. We have been given the new 30th Anniversary Edition Street Fighter Pixel Pals™ to review. Chun-Li is number 11 in the Pixel Pals™ series. Fans of Street Fighter II … [Read more...] about 30th Anniversary Edition Street Fighter Pixel Pals
I'm just going to say that I think that Kick and Fennick is a great game, just like Clustertruck was. It's kind of funny, because most reviews give this a game a 6 or 7 out of 10, but I believe it should get at least an 8. Kick and Fennick starts off showing some future world that looks like it is out of sixties and seventies sci-fi films. Most of the background is … [Read more...] about Kick and Fennick Game Review
I will have to say that Clustertruck is one of those games that doesn't have a set-up, but action. Imagine you are watching a film where the main character has to get from Point A to Point B, and it can only be done by hopping on the back of semi trucks. What is this, the opening to a reboot for the Smokey and the Bandit franchise? Not unless the roads look like … [Read more...] about Another Game Review with Clustertruck: A Game So Cool it Ought to be a Movie!
When someone says the word "Zenith", I think of a series of TVs that I don't believe are being made anymore. Zenith is a terrific game that is part science fiction and fantasy, but all RPG. The issue with Zenith is that the description on Steam doesn't really fit the game that I actually played. It says that "you won't need to piece the story together by yourself as if … [Read more...] about Our Game Review of Zenith
If you are not familiar with No Man's Sky, it was one of the most anticipated games of the year. It isn't every day where someone comes out with a game where the viewer can explore about 18 qunintillion worlds. Seriously, there is no way that you can do that in your own lifetime. Is it too good to be true? Apparently, it is. As you can see from the Angry Joe review that … [Read more...] about No Man’s Sky is an Apparent Disappointment
Well, here's another game review, and this Bear With Me game is quite unusual. The gameplay isn't really original, as it is a typical RPG game, where you are wandering around a certain place, picking up items, interacting with characters, but the setting is what makes this unique. Bear With Me takes place in a very film noir world. If you aren't familiar with that style, … [Read more...] about Our Review of the Game “Bear With Me”
Just to let you know, Road to Ballhalla is an interesting game, but I'm not certain how to describe this. In fact, I didn't even really know what screen shot to use. Just to let you know, in the screenshot that you see here, you are the smaller ball. This is one of those games where you are some kind of ball, marble, or other rolling object, and then go through an … [Read more...] about Video Game Review of “Road to Ballhalla”
I have often said that the best games are the most simple ones, and although Type:Rider has a simple yet complicated premise, it is still challenging. So here is what is going on: you are two punctuation dots that need to platform your way through a world full of typeface. You need to roll your way and get letters of the alphabet in a certain font. So, you will have … [Read more...] about Our Gaming Review of Type: Rider
I would have to say that Lifeless Planet is one of the best games that I have played this year, and I don't do a lot of video games. Seriously, I don't get paid much for this, but I would love to do it for a living. Lifeless Planet is a game that is practically an homage to video games. There is a lot of platforming going on here, and there is a lot of great exploration … [Read more...] about Our Game Review of “Lifeless Planet”
So, you see Snoopy's face and how surprised it is? Well, it's because he's amazed that we are reviewing this game, which came out over six months ago, right now. Yes, I like to review the latest in gadgets and technology, but it just so happens that this game went on sale cheap. As you might have guessed, this game is meant to tie-in with The Peanuts Movie. For some … [Read more...] about Our Game Review of Snoopy’s Grand Adventure
Today's film that I am reviewing is one that you can watch in the YouTube video. It is a Ghostbusters film, but it isn't the reboot. Just to let you know, I did review the 2016 reboot, and you can read that review here. By the way, I liked it, and don't think it was worth the hate it received before it was released. It is not as good as a film as the 1984 Ghostbusters (like … [Read more...] about Speculative Fiction Saturday: Ghostbusters 3, not the reboot, but the game