No, it didn’t. Not even a little bit. Here’s why.
Wherein a potentially great episode is marred by abject laziness in its writing.
Submitted for your approval, three men, three microphones, and lots of comedy.
How about we get past the prostitute knifing and talk about the deeper satire at hand within Rockstar North’s Grand Theft Auto V
On a day when nothing else on my review slate is ready to go, I talk about Star Trek TNG’s flirtation with dark SF.
Noobcamp pitches hard and fast, but it does seem intent upon backing up its promises to employ cinematic story telling in web media.
After watching a dozen episodes of Cartoon Network’s Adventure Time, I try to figure out what it is that I’ve watched.
Space Hulk gets top marks as an adaptation of the board game, but it stops short of getting the job done in terms of generating a tabletop experience in the digital realm.
Kodai and Shima hug it out, sort of, and the Gamilans take a few more steps away from being a simplistic evil empire while reaffirming their role as space Nazis of the first order.
After a six month hiatus, Adam versus Steam Greenlight returns with verdicts on two very different role-playing games.