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                                     This Monster Does Belong In This World! One would feel as if they would have to turn immortal to see the release of this game. Well, fear not, as the day has arrived. And I’m here to […]

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                               The Old Kentucky Home Harbors Some Old Ones Indeed Having finished reading Derelict: The Harbingers of Kromius, I had some feelings. Feelings for the characters that were built up, feelings for the Kentucky setting that is not far from where […]

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                                                               All are welcome here Well, the Lexington Comic and Toy Convention has came and went near the end of March, and I had a […]

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                                                                  A Simple and Clean Wrap-up Many of us thought this day would never come. Many of us gave up trying to figure […]

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For the 2nd year in a row we made it to Tokyo Game Show.  Still not sure why they call it Tokyo Game Show since it actually takes place in Chiba, but I guess the Chiba Game Show doesn’t sound as catchy.  Not to mention most people don’t know other prefectures/cities in Japan. Overall it […]

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Spider-Man(PS4) Review

                                       Insomniac shows how fans can create something great I’d like to start off this spoiler free review with a simple question. Do you have a Playstation 4 yet? If the answer is no(for whatever reason, not […]

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                                                Turn Based RPGs Return to Form   You ever hear the phrase- I wish video games would go back to the golden age of gaming-? Maybe you have thought this to […]

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Framemeister Update

For those who don’t know, the XRGB-mini Framemeister is a device that is often used to upscale old video signals (composite, svideo, SCART) to look better on an HDTV.  The guys over at My Life in Gaming did an amazing video (below) explaining what it does and a tiny bit how it works.  Things can […]

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God of War Review

                   Boy! Come over here and translate this review, boy! This one was tough for me. I generally like to write spoiler free reviews, or in some cases, I try to massively label when a spoiler is coming. There is just so much I want to discuss […]

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Far Cry 5 Review

                                           Crazy? He’s [bleepin] crazy. That’s how I felt for the biggest part of Far Cry 5. Something lingers in the air in Hope County, Montana. People are acting a bit strange. There is one […]

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If you’re an old school gamer and tend to keep recent with your news, it’s likely you’ve heard of the Super NT. The system, created by the Washington based company Analogue, is a Super NES “clone”.  I hate to call it that considering how great the system is, but a clone is a clone.  A […]

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A Way Out Review

Joined at the screen, two men learn to balance their revenge and climb up walls together. I enjoyed this game. While not perfect, A Way Out shows us a glimpse into some really nice storytelling built around a co-op experience. You get to see everything unwind while our two escapees plot out their desire to […]

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Pauly Shore wants to let everyone in Lexington Kentucky know he will be the mayor this town deserves!

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Vegeta is here to tell all of you about the Lexington Comic and Toy Convention thingy?

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Super Shredder joins the fight! Interview, I mean interview… Wrestling Legend? Sure. But I’m here to talk to Kevin Nash for a very different reason. Mainly for that brief moment in Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Secret of the Ooze. If you haven’t watched the 1991 film, well, I guess this is a really old […]

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Queue the Bulk and Skull theme Hey, own a tv? Yeah? Watched it in the last twenty years? Of course. The name Mighty Morphin Power Rangers might ring a bell. And with that name, Bulk and Skull should without question ring another bell. If you have ever been to a comic convention, you know there […]

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Master Roshi wants to talk? Let’s talk. I got a few minutes with a voice actor who has been in the game quite a while. Mike McFarland talks with us about getting into voice acting, among a few other things. Being a fan of One Piece, I wanted him to talk a little Buggy the […]

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The voice behind Tommy Pickles and Buttercup chats with us I was able to grab an interview with someone who was there for many years during my childhood. From voicing Tommy Pickles on Rugrats, to starring in a Pee-Wee Herman movie, E.G. Daily has become a well known voice to many. I asked her for […]

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He has inside him blood of kings! Melissa and I had the pleasure of talking with a certain immortal, a Highlander who goes by Duncan MacLeod. You might know him as Adrian Paul. With Melissa ready to go with the camera, I decided it was time to ask Adrian a few questions. We talk Highlander, […]

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Kevin Sorbo talks Hercules, Kull, and the industry in general. To start off the rounds of interviews at the Lexington Comic and Toy Convention 2018, I approached Kevin Sorbo. A quick note here- I am an easygoing person who is generally very easy to have a discussion with, until you put me in front of […]

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