A brush with greatness.
The rivers are black and the mists are crackling in this new heavy metal threequel from Black Water Rising.
CelJaded reviews the PC version of the industry's first high-profile soulslike, Lords of the Fallen.
A Game of Thrones meets The Animals of Farthing Wood in this impressive digital board game from League of Geeks.
A review of the follow-up novella to World War Z. Featuring 4 stories in one lean collection, is Closure, Limited worth breaking quarantine for?
CelJaded reviews Paranormal, the long-awaited new studio album from Alice Cooper.
It's Magic meets Netrunner in this short format review of Rogue Moon Studio's latest digital card game.
Hard as ice.
It's Missile Command meets Solitaire in this short format review of a new indie card game for digital platforms.
A review of IELLO's first deck-building card game. Is this cooperative monster fest worth risking insanity for? Let's find out!
CelJaded's ongoing series about video game-themed board games continues with an exhaustive review of Dark Souls: The Board Game.
A contemporary review of Fighting Fantasy gamebook #52, better known as Night Dragon!
Meet the video games that became board games in this new blog series for 2017. Up first is the deck-building card game adaptation of World of Tanks!
Haven't changed, haven't much to say.
Arms dealers, international terrorism, and the subjugation of minority groups. Welcome to Prague!
A film destined to have all the critics talking, Elle is Paul Verhoeven’s newest perverted flick about sex, violence, and diabolical Christmas Parties.
Alex Hajdasz reviews Pokémon Sun for the Nintendo 3DS.
A contemporary review of the Clash of the Princes gamebooks including a special look at their innovative 2-player connectivity.