Geek Pride's Mike quietly checks out the horror film A Quiet Place Part II. Spoiler; it's a bit good!
Geek Pride reviews the four-hour epic that is Zack Snyder's Justice League.
The word “charming” is bandied about whenever a platformer starring some sort of soft creature is released. It’s oft misused, being a lazy way to paper over the idea that the protagonist is cute and/or the NPCs make funny noises. There is rarely a game that comes along and actually earns this title. The Ori […]
When I was introduced to EaseUS I have to admit I was dubious. The idea of free Data Recovery Software was something that seemed nigh on impossible to be worth checking out. Nevertheless, I persisted, and am extremely glad I did. A few years ago I put together a pilot for a story-driven/ radio play style podcast based on billboard salespeople […]
I entered into Endless Space 2 to with a very wrong idea as to what it actually was. After seeing the trailers, I made the assumption that it was some sort of MMO, like what the kids like. The trailer contained folks from alien races doing very dramatic things as part of a story I […]
Right kids—settle down, get your finger out of there before it falls off, and listen to your 7th favorite internet loud mouth for a second.I’ve been playing Le Games Des Video for more years than I can remember. I love them. I can’t gosh darn get enough of them. Hell, I even have a mediocre […]
There are games that stimulate almost every one of your senses. These games are perfectly crafted experiences that may even change the very way you view the world around you or challenge your preconceptions about what video games are/can do for you. These are the pinnacle of their field or are quirky little indie numbers […]
I didn’t think I would be able to write this. In fact, this is the first time in around 5 weeks I’ve actually managed to sit down in front of a word processing document. It’s the first time I’ve been able to stand the presence, more accurately, of a blank word processing document, with that […]
There has been a resurgence in recent months for quick-start games. Usually played at the beginning or end of a tabletop gaming session, these easy-to-learn/carry/play affairs are enjoyable little breaks in what can be quite serious gameplay that offer a change of pace or an introduction to the noob gamer. Another use of these games, […]
Concept is a game that initially had me nonplussed. I’d seen some buzz about it on social media: people had said it will make or break friendships, but not in the way that The Resistance or Cash N’ Guns would. This was a game about trust and communication, the reason your friendship would be tested […]