Did you know? Spider-Man: Homecoming hits theaters on Friday this week, but thanks to Marvel, you can watch the first four minutes of the movie right now! Check it out Below!
After discontinuing the original NES classic a few months ago, we all knew that the SNES classic would eventually come, and today, Nintendo announced that the new mini console will be released on September 29th, 2017. The SNES Classic will come bundled with 21 games, including The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past, […]
It seems that geek-focused conventions are popping up everywhere these days, but among those, very few seem to distinguish themselves from the crowd. It certainly was the case with “Geekulture Lanaudière,” the first exeptional edition of an event that took place in Repentigny, Quebec last weekend. For the first time, I brought my three kids […]
We’ve been waiting for it for a while, but here it is: The first trailer for Marvel’s Black Panther is finally online! Now we only have 8 more months to wait (February 16, 2018) until the movie hits the big screen! [Marvel]
The Dark Souls series now has a board game, and a pretty massive one at that: 252 cards, 121 tokens, 27 miniatures. You might have seen the it on Kickstarter a few months ago, but it’s now officially available for purchase! Meet Dark Souls, in board game form. It’s got that same exponential challenge rating […]
One of the benefits of a regular gaming group is that as well as playing through the classics and revisiting personal favorites, you’ll often have members who bring along the latest big releases or lesser-known titles they’ve backed on Kickstarter. Here are 10 notable titles from the past couple of years that have hit the […]
In the last month, I had fallen quite ill. Relatively close to death, I did my best to keep what I watched positive and joyful, as life was heavy enough for me. I had flirted with watching Steven Universe before (huge Adventure Time fan and know Steven’s creator, Rebecca Sugar came from that show), but […]
Today is the 40th anniversary of the theatrical release of Star Wars (or as it was later renamed, Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope.) To put things into context, Star Wars is as old today as Disney’s Snow White And The Seven Dwarfs was in 1977. While it seems laughable today, the initial […]