Marvel’s Spider-Man: Homecoming – The Nerfed Llamas Review

Marvel’s Spider-Man: Homecoming – The Nerfed Llamas Review. Spider-Man, Spider-Man, does whatever a spider can… or does he? Another summer… another superhero film. Ah, but a new Spider-Man film is not just a superhero movie, it’s a movie featuring my absolute favorite comic book hero of all time. I could hit you with a gushing diatribe about my love for Spider-Man like I did with James Bond and Mass Effect, but I’ll keep it simple: I’ve been reading Spider-Man comics for over 30 years and have read every single issue…

E3 2016 Monday Impressions #gamer #E32016

E3 2016 Monday¬†Impressions: This Gamer Can Haz Opinions? “It’s beginning to look a lot like E3… everywhere you go!” and that’s just alright with me. I love the hype, and the puffed out chests, and the whole dog and pony show that is E3. It is an opportunity for game designers and other folks within the video game industry to look like rock stars… and why shouldn’t they? These are the talented and connected individuals that bring us these wonderful digital delights each and every year. What did the rock…

Shenmue 3: or How Dreams Do Come True – #SaveShenmue

Update 6/25/2015: a lot of information has come out recently in regards to the Kickstarter, how the funding works, and what role Sony is playing in the overall scheme of things. Check this link out for a word about all of this from the Shenmue series creator, Yu Suzuki: Update and clarity on Shenmue 3 Kickstarter  Also, be advised – we still need to get the word out through all of the various social media outlets to help gain further funding for Shenmue 3. The initial 2 million dollars raised…

E3 2015 – Thoughts on the Big Video Game Show: Before #E32015

  Ever since 1995 there has been E3: the Electronics Entertainment Expo. E3 is a video game industry trade show, for professionals only, primarily used for companies to show off new products, make deals and to impress shareholders. In it’s hey day, E3 was where the big game publishers would make shocking previously unannounced product reveals that would send fans into a frenzy. Now, with the advent of the Internet, and the widespread usage of smartphones and tablets, the big reveals are fewer and farther between. I use to love E3…