KINGDOM HEARTS HD II.8 announced at Tokyo Game Show

Another collection for Kingdom Hearts has been announced, this time for the Playstation 4. Dubbed Kingdom Hearts II.8 Final Prologue Chapter, the collection will consist of an HD remake of the 3DS title Dream Drop Distance, a series of cinematics for Kingdom Hearts X Back Cover, as well as a

THE VISIT | Movie Review

M. Night Shayamalan brings us a new horror/thriller using a found footage approach with The Visit. The general idea of the film is that when you are young, old people can be scary. The found footage approach is interesting as the movie focuses on an aspiring film maker, filming her first trip to

Back In The Game | A Journey Through The Magic The Gathering Pro Tour and Grand Prix

Thank you GNN for showing interest in my Magic: The Gathering stories. I am excited to share my 2 weeks of competitive Magic with everyone. I finished competing in the Pro Tour in Vancouver, and then I traveled to San Diego for the Grand Prix weekend. Although I did not

Why Does Pokémon GO Seem So Familiar?

If you are not familiar with Pokémon GO, it is a new game coming to Android and iOS that creates an augmented reality where you can find, catch, trade and battle Pokémon in the real world that surrounds you. Now, some may remember last years April Fools joke by Google.

A New Era | Disney Infinity 3.0 Starter Pack Review

Quick note before we dive in: This review will be a brief look at Disney Infinity 3.0 Edition as a whole before a more in depth look at the Twilight of the Republic Playset. Individual characters will be discussed in their relevant playsets as I continue to review other playsets

An interview with Metal Gear Solid composer Rika Muranaka

From electronic keyboards to composing for best-selling video games, Rika Muranaka has done quite a bit in her music career over the past few decades. A special guest at this years’ Saboten Con 2015, Muranaka discussed her beginnings in the music industry in Japan, plans for future projects and of course,

Call of Duty Black Ops III | Beta Impressions

Few game franchises have the incredible renown, and numerous critics, that Call of Duty has gained over the years. Even the most casual gamer knows that come November, it’s time for (the) Call of Duty. The responses that are often heard in response to Call of Duty’s annual release range

Chills, Thrills, and Kills | UNTIL DAWN Review

They say no guts no glory, luckily Until Dawn has its fair share of both (especially the former). After only ten minutes of playing Until Dawn’s prologue I knew that I was hooked. Running through these isolated, snowy woods trying to run away from an unknown predator I always felt