Category Archives: Review

Chronicle of the Unhewn Throne by Brian Staveley [Trilogy Review]

Also known as The Emperor’s Blade trilogy after the first book in the series, this is another great fantasy epic I plan on adding to my top fantasy list. I read book one back when it was first released in … Continue reading

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Why eXistenZ is the Best Gaming Movie

David Cronenberg is a pretty well known director, his fame and style having been passed onto the younger generation from the term used for the freakish mutants in Rick & Morty. Despite being one of his later films, eXistenZ was … Continue reading

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LitRPG Podcast: Back in the Game Review

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Altered Carbon by Richard K. Morgan [Book Review]

The best book I read in 2016, which is about to be adapted into a Netflix series, Altered Carbon is for any fan of sci-fi like Ghost in the Shell or hard-boiled 1st-person narratives like the Dresden Files. Being a week away … Continue reading

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Grandia [Game Review]

Although graphics-wise it has aged about as well as most classic Playstation JRPGs such as Xenogears, Breath of Fire IV and FFVII, Grandia is a great fantasy adventure game that I had the pleasure to play through more than once during … Continue reading

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Steins;Gate [Anime Review]

The term ‘modern classic’ has been thrown around recently, and being guilty of using it myself, I thought I should define what I mean when I use the term as far as anime goes. I consider a modern classic in … Continue reading

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G-senjou no Maou (The Devil on G-String) [Visual Novel Review]

G-senjou no Maou (The Devil on G-String) is easily my favorite visual novel. It somehow achieved an atmosphere that many urban fantasy books struggle to create without a lick of the supernatural or magic, instead using crime and mystery as the linchpin for … Continue reading

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