A Nerdy Moment With: Pokemon Sword & Shield

Pokemon Sword and Shield are the first new Pokemon games to come out since Sun/Moon. Lets Go doesnt count, those are remakes of Red and Blue! The first brand new pokemon game on the Switch, does Sword/Shield do enough new…

A Nerdy Moment With: The Outer Worlds (A Review)

Is Obsidian’s new title The Outer Worlds just Fallout New Vegas in space? Or is it something more. Today I bring to you a moment with The Outer Worlds, and my thoughts on it after my 25 hour journey with…

Xenoblade Chronicles 2 – A Review

75 and a half hours. I spent 75 and a half hours on a journey.  A journey through a land called Alrest, with a colorful cast of characters taken straight out of an anime.  All in the hopes of eventually…

The Camp Halfblood Novels (Percy Jackson, The Kane Chronicles, Magnus Chase, and More): A Series Review

Ok this is going to be very long post so strap in and get ready.  While the Dresden Files and Sandman slim are both long unfinished series (15 books and 10 books respectively) they each have one handy thing in…

Death’s Gambit: A Review (Guest Review by Virus the Mad Bard)

This review was written by my friend Virus, you can find him on twitter by clicking here.  Enjoy the review and remember to Stay Nerdy! Death’s Gambit is a game that’s been on my radar for quite some time. As…

Grim Dawn + Ashes of Malmouth, The Crucible, and Forgotten Gods: A Review

Hello everyone, Clay here with yet another video game review!  One subgenre of RPG I particularly love is the Action RPG or ARPG genre, which really came into its own with Diablo, was cemented with Diablo 2, and has grown…

Dragonball Xenoverse 2: A Review

I love Dragonball Z.  Growing up, it was my second anime that I ever watched back on Cartoon Networks Toonami block.  The first was Sailor Moon, by the way (and Mercury is best girl).  I was entranced by the action,…

The Second Super: A Review

I have a love of good superhero fiction.  One of my favorite series for example is Cape High by RJ Ross, a long series of Novellas detailing a super hero high school.  Every so often I go on Amazon and…

Bloody Rose: A Review

This book had a lot to live up to as the follow up to Kings of the Wyld.  Taking place 6 years after the events of that novel, this book follows a young girl named Tam who is obsessed with…

Kings of the Wyld: A Review

This has to be the best fantasy novel I have read in a very long time.  I found this book by sheer accident, looking up “Best of Fantasy 2018” lists for new stuff to read.  What I actually found was…

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