Month: August 2015

Getting Started With Geeky Crafts

Your dilemma: You see tons of cute geeky craft projects everywhere you turn on the interwebs and you want to hop on board…but you can’t craft to save your life. And you may be afraid that trying to take up crafting is going to…

Tabletopia: A Kickstarter For Tabletop Fans

I can’t deny being more than a little hyped about Tabletopia. If the developers can deliver on their promises, this looks to be an exciting platform for both playing and creating a wide variety of tabletop games in a virtual setting. While I’m committed…

Viscera Cleanup Detail: Spotlight On Space-Janitors

This bizarre little gem is one of my favorite games for when I just want to de-stress and listen to music while playing something relaxing. And the perfect way to do that is to clean up entrails, bloody smears, shell casings, and green goop…

Beyond The Brick: A Lego Brickumentary

A Lego Brickumentary is a documentary narrated by Jason Bateman. It starts with the early days of Lego and is packed with interesting factoids about the iconic company, from the factory burning down an alarming number of times to the information that it’s the…

Deathly Spirits: Bite-sized Horror Paired With Classic Cocktails

Deathly Spirits is a horror-themed web series with a fun, old-timey aesthetic staring Ted Raimi. Each episode ties in with a cocktail, the recipe being narrated by Ted at the end. The narrator is a throwback to the lovably creepy staples from the days…

You’re Never Weird On The Internet (Almost)

This is part review, part love letter dedicated to a book about a creator who has inspired me like few others ever have. You’re Never Weird On The Internet (Almost) is the memoir of Felicia Day, creator of The Guild, co-star of Doctor Horrible’s…

Star Wars Imperial Handbook: Your Friendly Guide To Ruling The Galaxy

The Imperial Handbook was released last year as part of a deluxe boxed edition for a whopping list price of $99 ($78.00 on Amazon Prime). This week, as the newest entry in a popular series of guides including The Bounty Hunter Code, The Jedi…

Disclosure and Pay-to-Win Mobile Games

I have no problem with game designers making pay-to-win games. Free country and all. However, they have been operating with a shameful disregard to and freedom from restrictions that are placed on businesses in most other industries. A restaurant cannot advertize that they are…

World of Warcraft: Legion

Blizzard Entertainment has released the title of their next Warcraft expansion. World of Warcraft: Legion will build on the long-time conflict with Burning Legion, which has been revived with the current expansion, Warlords of Draenor. Announced just days after the reveal that subscriptions are…

Deadpool Is The (Anti)Hero We’ve Been Waiting For

The red band Deadpool trailer was released this week to a cacophonous explosion of fan love. It’s every bit as foul-mouthed and fun as long-time fans could have hoped for, and more than makes up for the limp noodle of disappointment that was Wolverine‘s…

Leaving Social Media With Grace

We’ve all been there. We spent many months, or perhaps even years, on a social media platform, making friends from all walks of life. Sharing holiday snapshots and favorite recipes, flailing over the hottest new episode of our favorite TV shows, perhaps even finding…

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