Disclaimer: Spoilers for Promise of Blood's ending and minor spoilers for The Crimson Campaign. Read the review for Promise of Blood here. I read Promise of Blood within the span of three-four days. The Crimson Campaign, in contrast, I read over six adrenaline-fueled hours. For three-quarters of Campaign, my heart was in my throat, my... Continue Reading →
Book Review: The Sangrook Saga by Steve Thomas
The Sangrook Saga is dark, and its pages are stained with blood. Or they might as well be. This, ladies and gentlemen, is one grimdark tale of necromancy and blood magic. It might unnerve you and make you uncomfortable and if you're not in for this sort of experience, you might as well stop reading... Continue Reading →
The E3 Titles I cared about, 2018 Edition!
Well, well, well! Another year, another set of E3 press conferences with all those entail - cringe-worthy moments, EA sports segments making you seriously reconsider a membership amongst the living on this wonderful blue orb of ours and, occasionally, games which look just promising enough they might be worth putting a mortgage on my house.... Continue Reading →
Book Review: Song by Jesse Teller
This book was provided by Rebekah Teller in exchange for a review! I can't recall whether it was supposed to be an honest review or a dishonest one, so I'll trust my fingers to guide me towards the more preferable type. Song took me a while to get through. On one hand, Song has an... Continue Reading →