Series 4 of Doctor Who stood out as one of the best in the entire run of the series, easily. It’s difficult to truly describe it, and it would be totally pointless to say “oh dude, you gotta watch it!” I figure you would want an idea of what you’d be getting. Plus, I’m in no way as talented of a writer as Dale Leif, or Ryoko. My recaps are boring as hell. Plus, there are dozens of sites out there that have absolutely fantastic recaps… so go to them if you want a recap. Or ask Dale, Leif, or Ryoko… they would probably be able to do a far better job than those other sites. As for me? I’ll do what I do best. Continue reading
Title: Walking Dead – Season Two
Developer: Telltale Games
Publisher: Telltale Games
Director: Sean Vanaman
Composer: Jared Emerson-Johnson
Game Engine: Telltale Tool Continue reading
Oh good, it’s my turn! Now we’ve come to third installment of the Doctor Who series as part of our series of reviews where we look back on each season of Modern Who. Sadly last season, we said a heart-breaking farewell to the much beloved Rose Tyler. But this time around, the Doctor welcomes aboard the Tardis a new companion, plus a chance encounter with who will come in the next season. We welcome back one of the Doctor’s closet’s friend in the ever flirtatious Captain Jack Harkness, as well as the Doctor notorious arch-nemesis.
Let us begin shall we! Continue reading
Title: Resident Evil 6
Release Date: October 2, 2012
Producer: Hiroyuki Kobayashi
Designer: Jiro Taoka
Writer: Shotaro Suga
Composer: Akihiko Narita Continue reading
Everyone has a love/hate relationship with comes with Michael Bay movies. Although it’s mostly hate, depending on who you’re talking to.
Name: Tales of Vesperia
Developer: Namco Tales Studio
Publisher: Namco Bandai
Lead Designer: Yoshito Higuchi
Composer: Motoi Sakuraba
Genre: Roleplaying, Real-time Combat
Year Published: 2008 Continue reading
Dale here folks, and this is the second part of our series of articles looking back on each season of Modern Who, and I have the honour of doing Series Two, the début of the man many proclaim to be the greatest Doctor of them all, the magical David Tennant.