The Liberator Review

Every year around Veterans Day, Netflix releases new content that talks about war and those that were there. In the past, this has included the docu-series such as 5 Came Back and Medal of Honor. Now Netflix has followed this tradition with the release of The...

NACON REVEALS AN EXTENDED GAMEPLAY VIDEO FOR WEREWOLF: THE APOCALYPSE – EARTHBLOOD Lesquin, France, December 14, 2020 – With Werewolf: The Apocalypse - Earthblood releasing on February 4, 2021, NACON and Cyanide are pleased to unveil a 6-minute gameplay video...

Call of Duty Endowment Bowl 2020 Recap

It’s that time of the year when various sports start to figure out who is the best of the best. Esports is no exception to this, and the Call of Duty Endowment took it to a new level by bringing out the oldest rivalry in the Call of Duty Endowment Bowl. Which military...

Bugsnax: The Review

“Kinda bug and kinda snack Try to catch 'em in your trap Feed somebody and you'll see We are whatever we eat”   These aren't just the lyrics to the ultra catchy theme song, it's the motif of the entire game. Chicago based developer Young Horses has crafted such...

Animaniacs is Back!

Well ladies and gentlemen, it’s time. Time for what? Why it’s time for Animaniacs. After being off the air for 22 years, the Warner Brothers and their Sister Dot are back on Hulu. With many of the voice actors reprising their beloved roles, the audience has been...

thANGsgiving 2020

Its been a long, hard year for all of us. Things didn’t shape up the way we expected them to this year, not even remotely. And in the midst of all the chaos of our lives it can be hard to remember that things can work out in the end. And that we have people who care...

Blood of Zeus Review

The term epic gets thrown around a lot these days, but Netflix’s Blood of Zeus takes the word back to its Greek origin. Netflix has been one of the few streaming services to try original anime. Whether it’s an adaptation like Kegan Ahura or something new like Sound...

Warzone Tournament Benefiting Alpha Nerds Guild!

Hey Nerds! Last weekend, Gngsnap Gaming and Devil Dogg Gaming hosted a Call of Duty: Warzone trios tournament. These two did an outstanding job hosting the event! The four hour tournament went to the best of three rounds with the top 3 finishing teams earning a prize....

The 2020 G.I. Film Festival from San Diego

The term “film festival” often conjures images of artistic Avant-Garde films, groundbreaking documentaries, or acclaimed international films. Roughly everyone knows of Sundance, some might know of the Canes, but have you ever heard of the G.I. Film Festival?  The G.I....

Kingdoms of Amalur Re-Reckoning Review

Overview Kingdoms of Amalur Re-Reckoning is remaster of the single player action RPG Kingdoms of Amalur Reckoning originally developed by 38 Studios and Big Huge Games and released in 2012.  Re-Reckoning was developed by Kaiko and published by THQ Nordic and is...

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New Patch for Streets of Rage 4 and Upcoming DLC Confirmed

New Patch for Streets of Rage 4 and Upcoming DLC Confirmed

A new balance patch has been issued for Streets of Rage 4.  It contains character/enemy rebalances and exploit fixes among numerous other items.  The full list can be found by clicking here. The developers also recently hosted an AMA over on Reddit, found here, and...

Samurai Jack: Battle Through Time – The Review

Samurai Jack: Battle Through Time – The Review

Long ago, in a distant land a famed storyteller named Genndy Tartakovsky created Dexter’s Laboratory and then Samurai Jack before finishing his decade long cartoon network run with Star Wars: The Clone Wars. Samurai Jack served as one of Genndy's best vehicles to...

PUBG Faction Warmode is Live for a Limited Time

PUBG Faction Warmode is Live for a Limited Time

The staple game of Battle Royals, PlayerUnknown’s BattleGrounds, continues to experiment and live in a very competitive environment. The developers continue to update the game and provide new experiences for their fanbase. This was the main focus of PUBG Labs. A...

Eastern Exorcist – Review

Eastern Exorcist – Review

I am drawn to games with interesting and unique art styles. It can really set one game apart from the rest of the field these days, where many games seem to be influenced by others. When I first watched the trailer for Eastern Exorcist, my attention was immediately...

OP-ED: The Case for Game Pass vs Series X

OP-ED: The Case for Game Pass vs Series X

Infinite Power! According to their claims, Microsoft has once again created the most powerful console in the world. They did so with the Xbox One X, and they’ve allegedly done it again with the Series X. The problem is, it doesn’t really matter. We can sit here and...

Op-Ed: The Waiting Game Has Gotten Old

Op-Ed: The Waiting Game Has Gotten Old

What are we waiting for? Holiday 2020, that’s what we’ve been told by both Sony and Microsoft. Holiday 2020 is the release date for the next generation of gaming consoles. Anyone that’s been following gaming for a while knows "holiday" more than likely means November,...

Introduction to Wood Types for Cutting Boards

Introduction to Wood Types for Cutting Boards

I created this video as an introduction to wood types, more specifically to talk about what to look for in wood when making cutting boards. I wanted to talk about this first because of how important it is when making cutting boards to be aware of the wood you're using...

Hellpoint Post Game Review

Hellpoint Post Game Review

Overview Hellpoint is a souls-like multiplayer (PVE/PVP) adventure game with a sci-fi setting.   It is developed by Cradle Games and published by tinyBuild. Released on 30 Jul 20, it is currently available on PS4, XBox One, and PC via Steam, GOG, and Epic with a...

Ghost of Tsushima- The Review

Ghost of Tsushima- The Review

1 in every 200 men living today can genetically be linked back to Genghis Khan. The Mongolian ruler was just as proficient in conquering countries as he was in conquering the gene pool. The Khans ruled most of Eurasia from 1206 AD to 1368 AD. In Ghost of Tsushima you...

The age of Binge: Babylon 5

The age of Binge: Babylon 5

In the past several months we have all been cooped up (thank you COVID) and finding new and creative ways to, somewhat entertain ourselves. But there is one activity that has been constant since streaming services have become more widely available to all of us. A lot...

Destroy All Humans

Destroy All Humans

I never played Destroy All Humans! when it first released in 2005. To be honest, I don't know why. I wasn't playing a lot of video games at the time but I wasn't avoiding them either. A few years later, I decided to play Destroy All Humans! Path of the Furon. However,...

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