The latest game from the creators of Demon's Souls and Dark Souls brings us one of the most highly anticipated exclusive games for the PS4. Bloodborne is an entirely new franchise, complete with new gameplay mechanics (guns and transformable weapons called "Trick weapons") and a fascinating new locale (a Victorian England-inspired setting). And is it any good? Oh yes. Very much... Continue Reading →
Excited to announce that the latest eBook in my Infinity, Ltd. series has been released for the Kindle! "The Horrorist" is $0.99. Click here to grab it, and as always feedback is welcome.
TellTale games brings us back to the video game incarnation of The Walking Dead, this time centering the story squarely on the poor shoulders of Clementine, who (shocking spoilers ahead) survived the events of the last game. TellTale makes the bold move of featuring a child as the protagonist of the series, and in doing so... Continue Reading →
Let me just start out by saying: Combat Rock was the most visceral and violent Doctor Who reading experience I have ever read. Mick Lewis really took Doctor Who to some dark places in Combat Rock, applying an almost real world tone to sections of the novel, and then upping the gore and violence factor. This is the... Continue Reading →
Up next in my Doctor Who Past Doctors Adventures binge is the Third Doctor novel, Rags, written by Mick Lewis. Back in the day, I had heard a lot of negative reactions to Rags, and having finally reading the novel, I can see why. This isn't an indictment on the novel; in fact, I very... Continue Reading →
If I had to pick my favorite novel ever right now, it would have to be the amazing House of Leaves by Mark Z. Danielewski. (And yes, before someone points it out, I have the older cover inserted into this post. Because, as awesome as the newer edition is [and yes, I own it], the cover lacks... Continue Reading →