Digital Digressions: The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim
Nathan: So two weeks, 107 hours of Skyrim. That game is pretty sweet.
Digital Digressions: Slender
It’s really only been somewhat recently that the idea of the Slender Man has really picked up traction and become somewhat of a paranormal internet phenomenon though.
Digital Digressions: Telltale’s The Walking Dead
If you haven’t played Telltale’s excellent games based in the world of The Walking Dead and plan to, please be advised that in the following discourse we spoil a lot of important plot points starting immediately.
Digital Digressions: Prometheus
Nathan: So has it really been thirty years since Ridley Scott directed a sci-fi film?
Digital Digressions: Undergrads
One of my favorite cartoons of all time has to be Undergrads.
Digital Digressions: Men in Black 3
Paul: I don’t know about you, but Men In Black has been one of my favorite movies since I was a kid. To this day I will rewatch the first one multiple times if I’m bored.
Digital Digressions: Battleship
This last weekend, Battleship hit the silver-screen in theaters and being a child of terrible board games AND cheesy movies, it was imperative that it’d be seen.
Dumpster Diving: Perfect Dark Zero
Year Released: 2005Price Paid: $7.99Time Spent: 2 hoursExpected Rating: 3/10Overall Rating: 6/10Value For Price: B+ Comments:Definitely not the worst game I’ve come across, but Perfect Dark Zero lacks something to be desired. The controls feel somewhat stiff and the game-play uninspired to do anything new, but I really dig the look and soundtrack of the game. I don’t feel sorry for […]
Dumpster Diving: Vampire Rain
Year Released: 2007Price Paid: $1.99Time Spent: 15 minutesExpected Rating: 4/10Overall Rating: 2/10Value For Price: F Comments:Think about everything you loved about Splinter Cell and Syphon Filter. Now take it all away and you get this piece of crap. Whole game seems pointless and just trying to hone in on whatever money could have been made by releasing another third-person shooter. Controls […]
Dumpster Diving: John Woo Presents Stranglehold
Year Released: 2007Price Paid: $3.00Time Spent: 4 hoursExpected Rating: 4/10Overall Rating: 6/10Value For Price: A Comments: Pretty much get what you think you will from the cover of this one. Lots of dudes with guns, lots of firing wildly while performing stylish moves (slow-mo and all). I can’t see paying more than what I did for this but I could see […]