Star Wars: Destiny Review

Real Talk By: Haggy

Have you ever gotten into a discussion with your friends along the lines of “Hey, who would win in a fight…” with of course your favorite heroes and villains pitted against each other? Well, Fantasy Flight has thought about this sort of questioning, and has not only decided to make a dueling card game around this very question, but have also decided to use their rights to the Star Wars License to frame this question Long ago, in a Galaxy Far, Far Away.  However, is it any good?  Continue reading “Star Wars: Destiny Review”

Fallout: The Board Game Review

Real Talk By: Haggy

As strange as it is to see, yes you are reading that correctly.  As some of you may already know, Bethesda and Fantasy Flight have come together once again after their partnership with DOOM to take you to the Wastelands of the Fallout Universe!  What you may not have known, is that said game is slated to be getting an expansion soon, and I’m quite looking forward to it!  But, first, you’ve gotta know…  What is Fallout: The Board Game? Continue reading “Fallout: The Board Game Review”

Ant-Man and The Wasp Movie Review

Real Talk By: CMack The Don

Warning: Spoilers Are Below

The first Ant-Man was a surprise MCU-hit for me, considering I’ve never really thought of Ant-Man as a big deal (Jokes, son! Stay sharp now!) even as a massive Marvel fan. The other creepy-crawly based Marvel hero, one of the arachnid variety, definitely casts a bigger shadow in people’s minds and at the box office than Hank Pym and Scott Lang. It seemed like Marvel knew this and made a movie that acknowledged how frankly ridiculous of a character Ant-Man is, and how silly the premise is, in a family-friendly action/comedy with a great cast that combined elements of Honey I Shrunk the Kids and a heist movie, and squished it all into a superhero film. There’s few superhero movies like it, and because of its humble and self-aware approach, Ant-Man really gained a lot of credibility with me, as well as a hilarious cameo in Civil War. Continue reading “Ant-Man and The Wasp Movie Review”