The Jetson family had Rosie the Robot Maid. Doctor Who had K-9. The Fantastic Four had H.E.R.B.I.E. Having a personal robot at your beck and call to aid, support you is one of advances of the modern age.

It has been some 14 years in the making but finally The Incredibles family has been Legoized. Besides being included in the now regrettably defunct Disney Infinity game – Yes, I enjoyed the Pirates of the Caribbean, Incredibles and the Star Wars a whole heck of a lot – and the entertaining Rise of the Underminer, Frozone and the Parr family haven’t carved out their niche in the video game universe until now. Lego The Incredibles does chisel out a place for them but with mixed results.

I have enjoyed Pokémon for a very long time, and I grew up playing Generations Three and Four. I was excited when, at 2017’s E3, Nintendo announced a Pokémon “core RPG” for the Nintendo Switch. Unfortunately, this game will not be arriving to the switch until 2019. However, Nintendo announced […]

Sure, they have super strength, can turn into a wolf or fog and live forever but it still sucks being a vampire. And, I am talking a REAL vampire not any of those teenage sparkle vampires either.

Dark Souls isn’t going to be outdone by the likes of Bloodborne’s own comic book series! Bloodborne: The Death of Sleep is a series filled with mystery that explores the darkness of illness and The Hunt. That series cleverly uses game mechanics to add to its story but Dark Souls, on the other hand, takes […]

“Golfy Golf is a charming new spin on the classic gentleman’s game.” That is a quote from the game’s store page on Steam and I think it’s an appropriate one. This is the first game from the studio Yah Man Games and I’m starting this review off with a quote […]

Roguelike games have always been challenging. In my opinion, RPGs that have permanent death are the most challenging of these kinds of games. These kinds of games take the whole concept of grinding and turn it on its head, by giving challenges and realistic expectations, and forcing you in a […]

When I was a kid I remember the release of Martin Scorsese’s The Last Temptation of Christ. Not because I saw the film or was even curious about seeing it. I just recall the firestorm surrounding it. Despite the disclaimer that the film was not based on the Gospels but just Nikos Kazantzakis’ fictional account of the life of Christ, the release was plagued by massive protests.