Gaming

We are back after a one week hiatus. It is E3’s fault entirely, not my poor time management skills. I am blameless. As usual, I hunt around for indie games that...[Read More]

This year’s Steam summer sale started at 1:00 PM ET today, June 23rd. Hundreds of titles are discounted until July 4th. Along with the discounts come a set of s...[Read More]

On June 23rd, 1996, the Nintendo 64 went on sale in Japan. The console, the last major home console to use the cartridge format for its games, is most remembere...[Read More]

In a launch day stream, Mighty No 9 creator Kenji Inafune addressed the player base and took responsibility for the issues and quality surrounding the game at l...[Read More]

There is one trend that has propped up in recent E3 shows that I dislike. Once all the major conferences are concluded, various video game cognoscenti gather up...[Read More]

The entire time I was watching Microsoft’s E3 conference, I kept looking up. I imagined the sword of Damocles dangling over my head, in the form of a product un...[Read More]

In the race to bring VR to the gaming masses, I feel Sony has the most to lose. Based on the VR titles they revealed during their E3 conference, I think they ma...[Read More]

Zombie games! For the love of all that is decent and holy, how many of these can we have? In my opinion, the zombie genre has been overdone to the point of naus...[Read More]

Mentioning Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare online tends to elicit very radical responses from “impassioned” fans. Many of the responses are negative, and some ar...[Read More]

Game Reviews

Just Cause 3 Mech Land Assault DLC Review

Developer: Avalanche Studios Publisher: Square Enix Platform Reviewed: Playstation 4 Release Date: June 3, 2016 with Season Pass, June 10, 2016 with single DLC ...[Read More]

Overwatch Review

Developer: Blizzard Entertainment Publisher: Activision Blizzard Platform Reviewed: PC Release Date: May 24, 2016 Acquired via: Battle.net What can I say about ...[Read More]

Uncharted 4 Review: A Beautiful goodbye for a beloved Franchise

What can I say that hasn’t already been said about this gorgeous Video game. My love for this franchise has always held up due to Naughty dog’s unique and amazi...[Read More]

Party Hard : Review

Developer: Pinokl Games Publisher: tinyBuild Platform Reviewed: Playstation 4 Release Date: April 26, 2016 Acquired via: PSN   This game eluded me when it ...[Read More]

Alienation Review

Housemarque has become a household name for the PlayStation gamer. Offering up some of the best twin stick shooter arcade titles like Dead nation, Super StarDus...[Read More]

Salt and Sanctuary Review

Eight hours in, and my skull has been bashed in more times that I care to count. My latest death is at the hands of a the Kraeken Cyclops. He’s actually wiped t...[Read More]

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Bryan Cranston Added as Zordon to Power Rangers Movie

Insert your “Blue Sky” jokes here. Bryan Cranston, the actor most recently known for his portrayal of Walter White in the AMC TV series Breaking Bad, has been c...[Read More]

Warcraft: The Movie from 2 Different Perspectives

Full disclosure: I am well versed in the Warcraft lore. That didn’t affect my viewing of this movie; the trailers convinced me I was going to hate this movie, l...[Read More]

My Thoughts on the Arrowverse

Being the residential DC guy within the Digital Crack crew, I have a strong opinion on the goings-on in the DC universe. Let’s start off with this opinion on th...[Read More]

When an Apocalypse Is Really Just a Bad Day

** MILD SPOILERS** My Digital Crack podcast-mate, Punisher, gifted me a rare opportunity: a chance to see a movie I was afraid to spend my money on. On the Wedn...[Read More]

Atari Working On Getting Centipede, Missile Command to Big Screen

Say what you want about Atari – and I have done so on a couple of occasions – but they are nothing if not insistent. The publisher, far removed from its origins...[Read More]

Warcraft Theatrical Trailer Remade Shot-for-Shot Using WoW Assets

The latest trailer for Blizzard’s Warcraft movie isn’t too exciting in my opinion, but I stay hopefully optimistic. In the meantime, I love looking at projects ...[Read More]

X-Men: Apocalypse “Franchise-Killing Disaster”, According to Forbes

The early reviews for Bryan Singer’s X-Men: Apocalypse are pretty, well, apocalyptic. The latest film in the X-Men mutant universe is sporting a 55% on Rotten T...[Read More]

Captain America: Civil War was exactly what we wanted and more

  Director: Anthony Russo, Joe Russo Writers: Christopher Markus (screenplay), Stephen McFeely (screenplay), Mark Millar (comic book) Stars: Chris Evans, R...[Read More]

Still I Weep At His Guitar…

It took one video to remind me how much I underestimated and dismissed him when I was younger. After watching the video, now I miss him more. I almost weep for ...[Read More]

The Warcraft movie scores a new trailer

Warcraft is heading to cinemas on June 10, and for fans of the franchise, it can’t come soon enough. The anticipation surrounding this particular film is ...[Read More]

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: “The War for Dimension X” Review

In this week's TMNT, the Turtles teamed up with the Utroms and Salamandrians to go to war with the Kraang.

The Martian Review

In the not so distant future, a team of astronauts are sent to Mars. Early on in there stay on the great red planet a storm threatens the teams’ survival. After...[Read More]

Other News

Indie Game Lookout for June 23, 2016

We are back after a one week hiatus. It is E3’s fault entirely, not my poor time management skills. I am blameless. As usual, I hunt around for indie ...

R Squared Comic Book Podcast Episode 27 – #HitItOrQuitIt: The (Sorta) Follow-Up

Hello listeners! Welcome to a sorta follow-up of our last episode of #HitItOrQuitIt! Menissa followed through with her responsibilities and gives a re...

Steam Summer Sale Kicks Off

This year’s Steam summer sale started at 1:00 PM ET today, June 23rd. Hundreds of titles are discounted until July 4th. Along with the discounts come ...

Nintendo 64 Turns 20 Years Old Today

On June 23rd, 1996, the Nintendo 64 went on sale in Japan. The console, the last major home console to use the cartridge format for its games, is most...

Kenji Inafune Owns “All the Problems” with Mighty No 9

In a launch day stream, Mighty No 9 creator Kenji Inafune addressed the player base and took responsibility for the issues and quality surrounding the...

Bryan Cranston Added as Zordon to Power Rangers Movie

Insert your “Blue Sky” jokes here. Bryan Cranston, the actor most recently known for his portrayal of Walter White in the AMC TV series Breaking Bad, ...

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Tech News

Microsoft adds G-Sync/Freesync Support for UWP, Unlocks Frame Rates

There is good news for my PC gaming brethren out of Camp Microsoft. The Redmond behemoth has announced upgrades to its Universal Windows Platform (UWP) for Wind...[Read More]

NVIDIA Announces GeForce GTX 1080 and GTX 1070 Video Cards

Looks like I will have to re-plan my PC upgrade. On May 7th, NVIDIA’s CEO, Jen-Hsun Huang, unveiled the new GTX 1080 and GTX 1070 video cards to a packed crowd ...[Read More]

VR is the Future – But Not of Gaming

This is going to REALLY piss Grumpy Joe off! When the topic of virtual reality (VR) gaming comes up, my aforementioned Digital Crack cohort starts to gush endle...[Read More]

Razer Blade Stealth Review

Razer's first non-gaming laptop is a solid productivity machine. Here's why.

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