Epic Mickey takes a darker look at the world created by the mouse, by taking players to a world inspired by a time before the mouse existed. Gamers will immediately recognize the familiar tenants of adventure platforming, but the unique influences of Disney art and culture give the game a character all it’s own.
Stacking might be a game that is easily overlooked, but there is more inside this game than meets the eye. Check out the latest from Double Fine.
If you are looking for a new story in the Dead Space universe that will leave you with goose bumps for $7…I highly recommend grabbing this DLC.
Spartacus: Blood and Sand immerses you into the world of the gladiator. Thirteen episodes of blood, nudity, and an amazing plot sets the show above many others on TV. Be warned, however, Spartacus is not for the fragile.
Check out my review of the new Sci-Fi/Action film “I am Number Four”.
The game is great. I have very few complaints and the ones I do have are rather petty, so rather than just talk about how good this game is let’s take a look at how it differs from (and improves upon) the first.
This Codemasters game came out during holiday 2009. Thanks to a sale on Steam this holiday season, I was able to pick up this game for less than five bucks, and it is worth every penny. So why are we talking about DiRT 2 now? Because it does a lot of things right – as an arcade racing game, an extreme sports game, and as a PC racing title. If you can get your hands on a copy, it’s definitely worth your time.
NBC has new heroes. No not those heroes, but some other ones on the new TV series, The Cape. The Cape stars David Lyons as the good-cop-turned-super-hero. The show treads a dangerous line of being comic-y to the point of seeming insincere, but if you can get into that head space, it is worth watching.
My history with The Guild and, more appropriately, Felicia Day is probably not typical. The first time I had really seen her was in a quirky Cheetos commercial where she ruins someone’s laundry because they were an asshole. I thought…