Reviews

REVIEW: Futuristic Violence and Fancy Suits by David Wong

Futuristic Violence and Fancy Suits is fun as hell. It is an excellent introduction to David Wong as a writer and his style of wacky gonzo-esque humor if you are a fan of Transmetropolitan or Snow...

REVIEW: Dune: The Duke of Caladan by Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson

As the classic novel Dune by Frank Herbert opens, we’re introduced to the noble family of House Atreides, as they’re moving operations from their homeworld of Caladan to a new holding, the desert planet...

REVIEW: Thirteen Storeys by Jonathan Sims

Thirteen Storeys is the debut novel of Jonathan Sims, head writer and voice actor for the horror podcast The Magnus Archives. Given the immense popularity of The Magnus Archives, it’s not much of a...

RETRO REVIEW: Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines

Vampire: The Masquerade: Bloodlines remains one of the great cult classics of video game history. It is a computer RPG that bombed so hard in its initial release that it destroyed its studio. Reception...

REVIEW: Vampire: The Masquerade – Coteries of New York

Vampire: The Masquerade: Coteries of New York is a video game set in the World of Darkness and developed by Polish company Draw Distance. More precisely, it is Visual Novel which consists of a...

REVIEW: Greedfall by Spiders Studios

Greedfall is a double-A roleplaying game by the French studio Spiders. It is designed in many ways similar to the Dragon Age games, on a smaller budget of course, and it mostly succeeds in...
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REVIEW: Ballistic by Marko Kloos

Ballistic, the second installment of the Palladium Wars by Marko Kloos, is an epic story that feels like a fluid transition from the first book. It picks up right where we left off after...

REVIEW: Betrayal’s Shadow by Dave-Brendon de Burgh

Betrayal’s Shadow drops you straight into the middle of a gritty world, full of intrigue and quite a bit of violence. Mixing high fantasy with elements of horror, this book will stick with you...

REVIEW: The Death of the Necromancer by Martha Wells

Martha Wells is now known primarily for her award-winning Murderbot series, and her Raksura series. But Wells has been writing since the early nineties, and her early work has the same energy as anything...
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REVIEW: The Ikessar Falcon by K.S. Villoso

The Ikessar Falcon, the follow up to by K.S. Villoso’s The Wolf of Oren-Yaro is a book that avoids many of the pitfalls common to the middle book in the trilogy, and instead offers...