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Who Needs Who Needs Who? Guardians Telltale Episode 4 Doubles Down On Plot

The awkward and frustrating journey of playing the Telltale Guardians of the Galaxy episodic game series has made fluctuations between ham-handed action sequences and overly complicated puzzle elements all along. This latest episode, Who Needs You, makes another sudden swerve —… Continue Reading →

Telltale’s ‘Guardians’ Flight Suffers Some Drag

Console: check. Controller: check. Game: check. Slow-moving story: check. Clunky controls: check. Bizarre combination of stop-motion and robotic character movements: check. I really want, deep in my Guardians of the Galaxy loving soul, to like the Telltale Games approach to… Continue Reading →

Zelda, Take My Breath Away

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is the most ambitious game ever released by Nintendo. The house of Mario rarely ever puts out a title that is less than stellar, but Breath of the Wild breaks the mold.

Westworld: One Theory Down, Many More to Go

This week’s episode of Westworld has flipped everything on its head. For anyone not caught up with HBO’s new and exciting sci-fi drama, this is the point where you should stop reading.

Help! I Was Held Hostage at Breakout Nashville and Loved Every Minute

Welcome to this edition of #hauntlife, ZIMB’s dark entertainment review. This is the place for anything related to haunting, escape rooms and B-movies.

Prison Break at The Escape Game Nashville

Welcome to D Block at Irongate Prison. You find yourself in the cell of former inmate Clarence Fenwick. And when I say former, I don’t mean he was allowed to leave, or even that he found his way out alive…. Continue Reading →

Transworld’s Halloween & Attractions Show Blew My Mind… Again!

From March 17th – 20th, the beautiful city of St Louis, MO, was the home for one of the most-anticipated annual events for most haunters. I call it many things: My vacation, my haunters holiday and my Christmas in March. But… Continue Reading →

Escape Rooms: The Next Big Thing in Haunting

Greetings followers. Jason Kittrell here, back again with this installment of #HauntLife. A new year always brings new things and in this episode, I plan on exploring the world of the escape room, or what I now see as the… Continue Reading →

Video Games Live Interview: Composer Austin Wintory

Per Matt After three long years of working on the score to Journey, when the video game was released in 2012, it instantly became the fastest-selling PlayStation game ever. Austin Wintory’s soundtrack also made the highest debut in video game… Continue Reading →

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