Maybe I’m an old-school gamer, but I remember when video games used to be fun and were also released only once they were finished. Just Survive is dead as a game and should be avoided like the Zombie plague.
Creators, makers and performers will unite this weekend to promote the continuation of literacy at Nashville’s popular-arts conference, Hypericon. Taking place at the Millennium Maxwell House Hotel from June 17-19, this multi-genre event has something in store for all fandoms.
What happens when the Zombie Apocalypse arrives Down South? That would be Left 4 Dead 2! I meant to review this game a bit earlier, but awaited for the Cold Stream DLC release to be available to the public. After… Continue Reading →
I’d like to be perfectly clear, for a moment. I’m not a big reader. I have my favorite authors, whose books I read on occasion, but ordinarily, I don’t read a ton of books. Then, in 2009, Pride and Prejudice… Continue Reading →
Although Zombie Apocalypse was released back in 2009, it quickly became a bestseller among zombie afficionados. Recently I replayed the entire zombie shoot ’em up arcade game, completing it within a 24-hour timeframe and I enjoyed playing it just as much… Continue Reading →