Best board games under $50 for the holidays

So it’s that time of year again. You’ve have to sit down and find the perfect gift for your lovely nerd family member. You know they’re into dragons or lightsabers and board games, but you don’t have the first idea of where to start. Somehow Monopoly or Yahtzee doesn’t seem Continue Reading

I Know I’m Human – A Review of The Thing: Infection at Outpost 31

Upon learning that Mondo Tees and Project Raygun were teaming up unleash upon us a board game version of John Carpenter’s The Thing, I genuinely lept from my chair and cheered. I’m not ashamed to admit that: the combination of two of my favorite things, board games and The Thing Continue Reading

The Thor We’ve Always Wanted? Thor Ragnarok review

It should be said that you are going to enjoy every moment crafted for the third installment of Thor. It has the snark, delivers on the action, wraps threads from The Dark World and Age of Ultron, all while forging a stronger identity that should last beyond this film. Letting the Continue Reading

Voltron Season Four Leaves Us Wanting More

Netflix’s Voltron: Legendary Defenders launched their fourth season last friday, packing a lot of content into just six episodes. It’s a little rushed and not without its flaws, but the twists and turns are worth the ride. The new season is satisfying in content, if not in mode of delivery, Continue Reading

I Survived Halloween Horror Nights

Halloween is by far my favorite time of year (sorry Christmas). As soon as I start seeing pumpkins and costumes — and especially horror movies popping up — I know its about to get really fun. One of the best things about Halloween is the plethora of haunted houses, trails Continue Reading

Star Trek Adventures is the Sci-fi RPG You’ve Been Looking For

In the world of tabletop RPGs, the fantasy setting is king. After all, the genre started with Dungeons and Dragons, which was quickly followed by multiple successor games. When Star Wars came on the scene, many game makers sought to make games capitalizing on this new space opera trend. However, Continue Reading

Star Trek Discovery Has a Prequel Problem

By this point in our lives we should all be familiar with the premise of a prequel. You take a movie, TV, comic, etc and go back before the story and tell another story in that same universe. It has been done to varying degrees of success and failure. The Continue Reading

Firefly the Board Game: Keep on Flying

Firefly The Game is a thematic sandbox adventure game much like Merchants and Marauders or Xia: Legends of a Drift. Much like the other games, you are the captain of a ship and you are setting off to build your fame and fortune. However, both of the other games focus Continue Reading

Star Trek Discovery Review: How to Do a Good Thing Badly

The first episode of the newest Star Trek series has finally graced the small screen. When I say the first episode, I really mean what CBS wanted you to think was two episodes (but I’ll get to that in a moment). It was an action packed 80 minutes, but like Continue Reading

Merchants and Marauders: Yo ho! Yo ho! A Pirate’s Life for Me!

AVAST, SCALLYWAGS AND SCOUNDRELS ALIKE! If ye think that ye be more than a bunch of landlubbers! If ye be possessing daring, cunning, and wit! If ye be willing to risk life and limb in the quest for eternal glory and riches! Then gather yer crew! Chart yer course! Weight Continue Reading