Standard is a "solved" format. The best decks are a known quantity and innovation comes in the form of tweaking the recipes you can find in cookbooks all over the web. Challenge accepted.
You know, there is a part of me that wishes I had the cash to review these things when they were brand new. Sadly, there is neither the time, nor the money to do such things. Especially with my busted-ass PS3. However, every now and then, I get the chance to play a game, and I can't help but toss out my thoughts on the game I just played. So now, let me delve into the Beyond. Was this game a hit, or a mess? Read on and find out.
It is no mystery, to those that know me, that I love music. Anyone who has worked with me, has very likely walked in on me rocking out to some random song or another. However, some may not realize just how random the music I listen to actually is. So, I thought it might be fun to give people a taste of the randomness that I listen to. Contained within, is the playlist I recently set up to play while I'm in the car. I think, if nothing else, this will give you a decent insight into the diseased brain behind all these posts. Dare to take a look?
Rat Seize (aka Mono Black Devotion) was the boogeyman of this past Standard. Every deck needed to prepare for it or prepare to lose to it. What tasty toppings can Born of the Gods bring to an already great flavor?
When I get excited about a movie, I just have to share stuff about it. So naturally when I saw this trailer, I just had to share it!
It's time for the remakes and reboots and sequels (Oh My.) What better way to kick off the year of reviews than with a remake that made it's way to my most anticipated list? Robocop, Half Man, Half Machine, All Cop. Did Alex Murphy's return to the big screen herald a new age of Robocop goodness, or was this film DOA? Read on and find out.
As a part of my efforts to conserve money for my own projects, I have been avoiding Kickstarter as much as possible, but occasionally there are still some projects that I feel the need to take a look at. When Chris Campana pointed me in the direction of his latest effort, I had to check it out. Now, after taking a look at it, I am here to tell you about it.
New comics are a great time for new readers to jump on board with this particular brand of crack. While there is often misfires (I'm looking at you DC) there are times when the #1 issues are breaths of fresh air. And when those issues offer up new diversity, and expand the universe in a positive way, I'm all for it. Step aboard, as I dive into a new comic that actually brings a Muslim character into the Marvel roster of titles, and not just in the roster, but as the spotlight character in her own series.
I am a Magic: the Gathering player. I have always played, traded, and evaluated from the mindset of a player. I wanted what I wanted to play with, and nothing else. If it wasn't a card I could see myself playing, I traded it away to get one I wanted. But what if I wanted to get more than just play out of my cardboard crack?
The world has made entertainment much more accessible to the masses. Concepts like Hulu, Netflix, Youtube, and DVRs have changed the way that people consume media. So, when it comes down to reviewing various things, we can't ignore content that is streaming. Honestly, I think this particular comedy special is a perfect opportunity to discuss streaming content... So, lets dive into Bo Burnham's second comedy special, "What."