A video games journalist and Content Creator. He has been featured on sites such as AppTrigger and MoviePilot. He's the president and editor-in-chief of the independent news publisher Blast Away the Game Review.
Everything You Need to Know About 'Deadpool 2's Cable
With #Deadpool2 getting well underway with filming now that Josh Brolin (No Country for Old Men, Lincoln) been cast as the time-traveling Nathan Summers. After all, there's a bit of mystery behind this character and fans of the first Deadpool are probably wondering what the draw of this character was as well as is. Now that he's officially here and tons of outstanding fan art has been made, you're probably wondering a bit about this character, and why he's so extremely important to this Marvel Universe.
ESports in the Olympics? Here's Why They Don't Belong There
Over the years the eSport circuits have begun to grow. In much of Asia, the eSports arena has become a serious sporting event for many games, and is one that continues to do so at an unprecedented speed. So much so that the Asian Olympic Council has announced their interest in making the eSports arena an official Olympic Game sporting event in 2022 for the Asian Games in China.
3 Reasons Why 'Star Wars Episode III - Revenge of the Sith' is Amazingly Important to the Franchise and My Favorite
In 1988 I was first introduced to Star Wars thanks to my parents. It's a series that they had shared with me out of reluctance, but not because of the fighting, the magnificent battles, or even the ideology of the monk-like Jedi. It was rather a reluctance due to my obscene love for everything Dune and Top Gun.
GameStop's Store Closings Could Impact the Gaming Industry in a Bad Way
If you were to ask someone about the news relating to GameStop closing stores, you'd probably hear them give off a soft laugh or even a snarky remark. It's not uncommon for shoppers to feel that way since GameStop has probably burn them in the past. It's not because GameStop itself is a bad company, but their tactics in trades, sales, and used game pricing is painfully hard to deal with. The downside is evident as the company is feeling the hard blows of this as GameStop prepares to shut down roughly 2% to 3% of all their stores.
Epic Games Proves Cross-Platform Competitive Gaming is Completely Viable With 'Paragon'
There's always been something in the air about which platform is better for gaming. The debate has always been whether it's PC due to their capabilities with precise aiming using both mouse as well as keyboard, or if it's the controller due to the reliability that gamers find with their thumbsticks. Some may even say it's because of platform performance on why PC gamers and console gamers should remain separated. What if, however, one developer and or publisher decided to join the few that have already built a metaphorical bridge for that canyon and have allowed gamers to show off against one another?
Could the PlayStation VR Follow the Same Fate as the PlayStation Vita? How Sony Could Save Them Both
Outside of Japan, the PlayStation Vita has been a device that has balanced between life as well as death numerous times. With a steady stream of games in Japan, the rest of the world has seen very little in the means of big titles, and fans gawking at the relayed information about those titles. While Japan has been certainly enjoying games such as SaGa: Scarlet Grace, Phantasy Star Online 2, Monster Hunter: Frontier G. It seems North America - among the rest of the world - have been left in the dark from these smash-hit titles.
Tom Holland Wants Spider-Man and Ant-Man to Team Up in Spider-Man Sequel
Even before Tom Holland's silver screen debut happens with Spider-Man: Homecoming, the young actor is already looking at growing his presence on the big screen as Peter Parker. Today he has already begun to set his eyes on partnering up once more with comedian and funny-guy Paul Rudd (Ant-Man). With that idea, we may already begin eyeballing what the film's sequel can look like.
Here's 7 Weather Related Movies to Stream in Order to Beat the Summer Heat
We all know this summer heat has been insane. For folks in Arizona, it's been hot enough plane flights have been cancelled. In Oklahoma and Kansas, it's been humid enough you could take a shower and you'd still be drying off the very next day. It's a heat wave that has even sent people in England scurrying into shorts for work before getting sent home from work.
'Resident Evil 7'’s Collector's Edition Has a Super Creepy Severed Finger USB Drive
When it comes to collector's, we're all about the biggest and the baddest when it comes to our gaming goodies. Guess what? Capcom may have just scratched that itch we have, but at a steep cost. They've announced that today, they have a Collector's Edition that comes with a dummy finger USB drive, and a replica of the Baker Mansion.
Diablo III's Necromancer Class Lands Next Week — Here's What You Need to Know
For just over 5 years, Blizzard Entertainment has slowly began to work on improving their smash-hit title in every way. Over the past few years we've seen the additions of new adventure mode including new dungeons, new sets, and even new events as they popped up. In recent years we've seen things such as the seasons release, which invited fans to enjoy a mechanic that seemed rather familiar from #Diablo II. This mode includes new armor sets, new bosses, and even a leaderboards dedicated to those who could ambitiously plow through enemies as they please.