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Potential Spoilers for the fate of 2 characters in the last Jedi.

by Matt Gearyon 18/10/2017
It would seem that once again a trailer and promotional material have given away major plot points in an upcoming film, in this case the newest Star Wars: The Last Jedi. First off if you don’t want to read about spoilers then turn back now, read no further because spoilers there be! > > > […]

Review: Sugarplum Chronicles

by xdustineflxon 15/09/2017
Sugarplum Chronicles is an upcoming game that will be launched on Kickstarter on October 2nd and I got my hands on an advance copy to put it through its paces.Uh SP is kind of a mash-up of Candy Land and a role-playing game. A curse has fallen over the land of Sugarplum, with no one sitting on the Frosted […]

Firefly Cargo Crate 009: Going Mad

by xdustineflxon 11/08/2017
Hey, everyone (all zero of you). I’m back with another review in the Firefly Cargo Crate series. This time, the theme is “Going Mad”, with a focus on Serenity’s resident doctor, Simon Tam. As always, let’s take care of the sticker first.   Londinium, as you can see by the sticker, is the capital of […]

Denver Comic-Con 2017, Part 1: Celebrities

by xdustineflxon 08/08/2017
At the beginning of July, I attended the 6th annual Denver Comic-Con, along with my wife and daughter. We have attended every year since its inception, and it’s the one event in the area we do not miss every year. Tons of celebrities, cosplay, booths, artists, merchandise and more spread across three days of fun. […]

Darkest Dungeon: The Glutton for Punishment’s Perfect Game

by Rach Griffithson 14/06/2017
Darkest Dungeon is one of the most frustrating games that you will ever come into contact with. Conspiracy theorists the world over think it’s out to get them, and after almost 600 hours in game I wonder whether I have any sanity left at all. For those of you that think this is an over-reaction, […]

Firefly Cargo Crate 008: No Power in the ‘Verse

by xdustineflxon 06/06/2017
I’m back with another review for the oh-so-good Firefly Cargo Crate series. As I said last month, this month’s theme is “No Power in the ‘Verse”, dedicated to River Tam. River is one of the best sci-fi characters ever created (in my opinion, at least), so I’m looking forward to what’s in store this time […]

MCM London Comic Con May 2017

by Daniel Delargyon 05/06/2017
It’s Friday, and despite the fact that the ExCel Station is closed this isn’t deterring commuters from taking the DLR to MCM London this May. The train was packed with a collection of colourful cosplays, featuring people dressed from top to toe in their choice of clothing. Over the course of three days, the London […]

The Executioner Game On Kickstarter – A Preview

by Rach Griffithson 15/05/2017
One of the benefits of lazy afternoons on Twitter is that you occasionally come across something interesting, like the newest Kickstarter offering from Lesser Evil Games, The Executioner. The Executioner advertises itself as a psychological horror RPG focusing on “the monster in every man” and puts you in the shoes of Theodor Grim, the new […]

Nerd Block Classic: April 2017

by xdustineflxon 10/05/2017
I decided, after the last couple months, that I was going to cancel this subscriptions. The last few boxes have been very disappointing and, to be honest, I didn’t even want this one. However, I didn’t cancel in time, so I was charged for one final box, the theme being “Dressed to Kill”. I’m not […]

The Importance of Conflict: Why Jaal is the best companion in Mass Effect Andromeda

by Rach Griffithson 26/04/2017
What makes a great character? Bioware is renowned for their writing, central to that is the attention they pay to their characters. Rach Griffiths explains why Mass Effect: Andromeda's Jaal is a prime example of this.