Season 1 of Marvel’s The Punisher dose the character justice and helps Netflix get their spark back.
Star Wars: The Last Jedi is a story that neither plays safe nor panders to nostalgia but instead goes against ones expectations.
The Solus Project is a standard survival titles as in it offers a unique experience but gets boring way too fast.
Doom is the perfect old school shooter for the Nintendo Switch.
I Choose You! is a retelling of the classic story about how Ash meet Pikachu.
Ketchapp basically took The Tower and just slapped an Assassin’s Creed skin over it and called it a day.
Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus is an old school shooter with a thought provoking and multi-layered story.
Season 3 of Rick and Morty is one of the darkest and most philosophically insightful shows on television.
Following the tradition of the show, Stranger Things: The Game is a tribute to the 8-bit era of gaming.
Cuphead is an old school platform adventure that feels like a cartoon form the 1930’s.
In honor of the 50th Anniversary of Lupin the Third, the debut film of Hayao Miyazaki returns to theaters.
Resident Evil: Revelations is still an excellent blend of new mechanics while preserving its horror content.
Netflix adaptions of Death Note is nothing more than a by-the-books high school thriller that is devoid of everything that had defined the anime series.
Agents of Mayhem continues the tradition of its predecessor but is too focus on nostalgia while lacking substance with its gameplay.
Has Luc Besson recreated the magic of The Fifth Element with Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets or is this a dumpster fire like Jupiter Ascending?