Reviews

This game has no right being as good as it is.

There. I’ve said it.

Wolfenstein: the New Order from Machine Games is an action adventure first person shooter (FPS) set in an alternate version of 1960’s Europe where the Nazis won the war. You play as special forces operative Captain William “B.J” Blazkowicz, who is on a self appointed mission to rid the world ...

Based off the Hugo Award Winning Best Short Story, “Bridesicle,” Love Minus Eighty by Will McIntosh has been on my expect-to-be-wowed list for the last year. I let a friend borrow my copy and his quick review was, good, but definitely a love story. I would say, great and it’s a love story. I am not a Romance reader, but I do enjoy seeing people fall ...

The Lives of Tao by Wesley Chu has been out and praised by readers for the past year, winning the ALA Alex Award in 2014 and being a Goodreads Finalist for Best Science Fiction in 2013. Many have compared The Lives of Tao to the TV show Chuck because it is also a light hearted tale of an unlikely hero given super spy powers. Where ...

Joe Abercrombie’s The First Law trilogy came at the cusp of when fantasy was going through a change. The eighties and nineties fantasy market was dominated with Tolkienesque fantasy. Authors like Terry Brooks, David Eddings, and Robert Jordan brought us hefty series of unlikely heroes saving the world against seemingly unstoppable evils with a clear delineation between good and evil. Then, in 1996, George R. R. Martin published A Game of Thrones, ...