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DISCUSSION: Fallout 76 – Six Years Later

Fallout 76 is a game that both frustrates me as well as invites me in. Six years ago, I was one of the early adopters of the video game and it was one of...

REVIEW: Fallout

Fallout is the latest TV series from Amazon Prime Video and is the streaming giant’s attempt to cash in on the success of the videogame series from Bethesda which has sold millions of copies...

Halo

REVIEW: Halo Season Two

This is a big improvement. I’m not the kind of guy who gets caught up in trivialities. There’s plenty of people who would only want a Halo TV show if the Master Chief never...

REVIEW: Halo Season 1

Halo is one of the all-time most successful video game franchises. It’s also a very well-developed science fiction setting with the books including some of my favorite outside of Stark Trek and Star Wars....

REVIEW: The Ascendancy War by Richard Swan

After being absolutely blown away by Richard Swan’s Reclamation, book one in The Art of War trilogy, I was chomping at the bit to delve back into this brilliant sci-fi space opera universe. The Ascendancy War expands on...

REVIEW: Redspace Rising by Brian Trent

Redspace Rising is Brian Trent’s intelligent, action-packed science fiction thriller set in a universe where human memory is a tangible commodity which can upend the permanence of death itself. From its well-developed cast of...

REVIEW: Against All Odds by Jeffrey Haskell

Against All Odds by Jeffrey Haskell is a military science fiction novel that starts with a bang: a sneak attack by enemy forces results in a young officer using some daring tactics that proceeds...

REVIEW: Titanicus by Dan Abnett

A stand-alone novel both within the universe of Warhammer 40,000 and his own Sabbat Worlds sub-setting, Titanicus is a 2008 novel by Dan Abnett, republished in 2018 by the Black Library. It deals principally...

REVIEW: Spear of the Emperor by Aaron Dembski-Bowden

I’m used to Aaron Dembski-Bowden being the guy that Black Library call in when they need to make a bad guy seem compelling or to mess with our heads with daemonic or alien insanity...

REVIEW: Belisarius Cawl: The Great Work by Guy Haley

When Games Workshop rebooted the Warhammer 40k setting, introduced a whole new kind of Space Marine and casually advanced the timeframe by a few centuries when it had sat at 999.M41 for the best...

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