A Nerdy Moment With: Pillars of Eternity 2 Deadfire (A Review)

For the longest time I have felt that cRPGs in this style were no longer to my liking. After trying games like Torment Tides of Numenera, Pillars of Eternity 1, Tyranny, and so on, I felt that the genre as…

A Nerdy Moment With: Warhammer Chaosbane (A Review)

I love Warhammer, both Fantasy and 40k. So when I realized there was an Action RPG set in the Fantasy universe I had to try it. How does it compare to games like Diablo 3, Path of Exile, and others?…

A Nerdy Moment With: Disco Elysium (A Review)

Ever wanted to be an amnesiac cop who has to solve a murder in a town inspired by eastern europe? How bout talking to the sky, or singing karaoke? You can do all this and more in Disco Elysium! A…

A Nerdy Moment With: Streets of Rage 4 (A Review)

Big thanks to Tinsley PR and AresenalGG for providing a key for this review. Streets of Rage 4 is a retro throwback to the old era of arcade Beat Em Ups, and is quite the game. Simple to pick up…

A Nerdy Moment With: Wolcen

What happens when you release a game in a clearly unfinished state after years of beta, early access, and a kickstarter? You get Wolcen. This is not a pretty sight at all. I hope it gets better down the road.…

A Nerdy Moment With: No Man’s Sky in 2020 (a Review)

Time to take a look at No Mans Sky by Hello Games. Recorded in April 2020 after the Mech update, I wanted to put my own spin on this space simulation game. A lot has changed since its original release,…

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…

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