ZED is an upcoming narrative game by Eagre Games and Cyan Ventures. The narrative driven story, follows an elderly dying man with dementia, collecting his memories. He has one last goal, and that is to finish a children’s book for his granddaughter.
Dread it. Run from it. Endgame still arrives. And with that arrival comes the end of the Marvel Cinematic Universe as we know it. BE WARNED! SPOILERS FOLLOW FOR AVENGERS: ENDGAME
Many people including myself grew up with the Sims as a staple in their PC collection. I don’t know about you, but I’ve realized more and more that the Sims will always be that comfort-net that I can retreat to when action PC games go too far and I need a ‘relaxing’ game. But why is the Sims my retreat among others? Why is it my forever bae?
Respawn Entertainment just unveiled their new battle royale game based in the Titanfall universe called Apex Legends, completely out of the blue. There was no warning, no anticipation, and no second guessing the eventual reaction by the gaming world. For this reason, among many others, I find Apex Legends to be one of the best battle royale games out there introducing new gameplay mechanics weR...[Read More]
Orphan Black’s favorite rogue soccer mom gave arguably some of the most entertaining and hilarious moments of the show. From her ability to live in denial with impressive commitment to her choice of substitute colorful words, Alison kept things moving forward, no.matter.what.
Orphan Black’s Helena and Sarah are everyone’s favorite badass twins. Though they are as different as night and day, the connection these sestras had gave them an unbreakable bond that was tested again and again. Here are some of the memorable times when their loyalty and love saved them
Orphan Black’s one and only manic, lovable assassin has many sides to her. As Sarah’s twin, and Alison and Cosima’s sestra, Helena made us laugh, cry, cover our faces in fear, and most of all, fall in love with her. Here are the many moments when we loved our little meathead the most
And Then You Willingly Went Along as a Hostage for all 5 Seasons, Developed Stockholm Syndrome and Wanted to Sic Helena on BBC
Books that every 90s kid read meant some of them were forced. They were on the reading list, or there was a book report due. But, more times than some of ya’ll might be willing to admit, we ended up loving those books. Others, though, we have obliterated from our memories. Hopefully none of those appear on this list, but I do apologize in advance if they do.
In this next installment of “Bring Back…” I’m going to throw you into a slight frenzy of nostalgia, longing, and depression with these cartoons from the good ol’ days, aka the 90’s. As great as the cartoons from the 80’s were, there’s just something about the programs we were blessed with during this particular decade.
Kids of the 80s and 90s had it made when it came to cartoons, trends, cereals, snacks, music, and most importantly, tv shows. We had the coolest game shows that we all truly believed we’d be contestants on one day, and swore on the last bowl of Waffle Crisp that WE would be the one to beat every last obstacle. And more than likely, a disturbing amount of adults in their 30s and 40s are still...[Read More]
This week, one of our new product reviews is this Freewise portable USB rechargeable fan that gives you a long-lasting cool sensation off of one charge! Use the fan on the go mobile, or keep it on the stand for stationary use.