One would think that the convicted “Grandmaster” of a martial arts franchise exposed as a cult would sink his martial arts franchise. Strangely enough, it
(Originally posted on Examiner.com) CityVille Monopoly is a colorful, modernized update to the classic Monopoly board game first published in the 1930’s by Parker Brothers.
Coolermaster sent me some stuff to review. It will be fun to review, but still a lot of work/gear to get through!
With my review of the Mad Catz S.T.R.I.K.E. 7 nearing completion (hopefully posting tomorrow at my Examiner.com column), the Razer Deathstalker is now on deck.
This was an unexpected but very cool surprise. I updated my Gaming Mouse Buyer’s Guide — an older buyer’s guide I wanted to keep up
Wondering about the different belts in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu? Criteria for earning the rank? What the colors mean? Then this probably won’t help you.
The SteelSeries Sensei [RAW] (rubber) is an ambidextrous mouse that delivers everything a good gaming mouse should deliver: comfort, performance, and utility—and it even does it at a reasonably wallet-friendly
The Portal 2 LEGO concept has moved one step closer to becoming an actual LEGO toy. If the concept passes official review by the LEGO
Touch Arcade’s look @ Defender Chronicles 2: “…seems like Defender Chronicles II will be the perfect sort of sequel”. http://ow.ly/aRaez
The Razer Imperator gets more sophisticated sensors and a chassis upgrade to make an already good gaming mouse nearly perfect—for right-handers, anyway. The original Imperator is a
I don’t write many downright bad reviews, but Homefront is one of them. Actually, I went pretty easy on it compared to what I wrote
Three five years ago when my wife and I purchased our current house, I was able to finally work on a life-long dream of having
I’ve continued playing DC Universe Online since my initial review of the game. I still enjoy it quite a bit. Granted, the missions start to
I published my review for the SteelSeries World of Warcraft Cataclysm MMO gaming mouse yesterday, and like always I sent the link to the PR
When Sierra On-Line was all but shut down by Vivendi in 2004, I managed to “rescue” this little piece of video game history deep from