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Scott is a comic book, music, and gaming nerd since the late 70s. Gaming all began on the Colecovision and Atari 2600. He buys and reads new comics every Wednesday from his LCBS and helps run an online Heavy Metal radio station. He also loves all things Star Wars.

August 2004
Last Active
September 2021
Does It Deliver the Goods?

Stash prides itself with having a tabletop pen-and-pencil design and an old-school charm interwoven into a unique RPG and community gaming experience. The question is, with a suggestive name like “Stash” does this game really deliver the “goods”? This is our review of Stash for the PC.

Tangledeep Review - Living In A Retro World

In an age when retro-gaming seems to be the craze (e.g. the SNES Classic Edition) the time seems right for Impact Gameworks’ roguelike PC RPG that harkens back to the age of 16-bit SNES RPG classics. Does this swashbuckling, dungeon crawler pull us in “deep” or will it leave us “tangled” in a quagmire of 16-bit flashbacks we’d rather forget? This is our review of Tangledeep on the PC.

South Park The Fractured But Whole Review - A Super Heroic Fart Fest

For those not aware, “South Park” is an adult oriented cartoon TV series that’s in its 21st season on Comedy Central. It’s been over two years since a sequel was announced for the TV show’s first video game, 2014’s “South Park: The Stick Of Truth”. Since the announcement, UBISoft has been working closely with the show’s creators; Trey Parker, Matt Stone and their staff at South Park Studios to make what can only be described as the funniest turn-based super-hero, adventure RPG ever.

PS4 OMDU Review - Surely Even Orcs Must Pause on the March?

What would you get if you crossbred a FPS, MOBA, tower defense game and strategy game into one? Quite frankly, it might look something like Robot Entertainment’s Orcs Must Die! Unchained. OMDU is a fantasy, team action defense game where your goal is to “slice them, burn them, skewer them and launch them. In response to Gimli’s quote, “Surely Even Orcs Must Pause On The March?” the answer in this game is no, these Orcs don’t pause!

Familiar Yet Different - The PS4 Version is a 'Must Try'

Hard to believe it’s been a little over four and half years since buying a “Thor Starter Pack” for the release, of the then, PC based action RPG Marvel Heroes game by Gazillion. Since then the core game has undergone several changes, small and large scale, including supporting MAC, powers rework, raids being added and now gaming consoles with versions for both PS4 and XBox One.