NieR Automata Review

Y’know, sometimes things don’t need to be so complicated. Bagels. Pizza. The instruction manual for your new TV. It’s something I thought about as I struggled my way through NieR Automata (PlayStation 4, PC), a third-person, action-oriented, ...CONTINUE

Exclusive Interview: The Erstwhile Author B Catling

B Catling The Erstwhile The Vorrh

When B Catling’s fantasy novel The Vorrh was published in 2015, it came with a blurb from none other than Watchman and Jerusalem author Alan Moore, who declared it, “Easily the current century’s first landmark work of fantasy.” He wasn’t ...CONTINUE

Interview: Star Trek Deep Space Nine The Long Mirage Author David R George III

David R George III Star Trek Deep Space Nine The Long Mirage

It was recently reported that while Paramount released both Star Trek: The Original Series and Star Trek: The Next Generation on Blu-ray, the same will never be said of Star Trek Deep Space Nine. Which is a real bummer ...CONTINUE

Exclusive Interview: The Third Squad Author V Sanjay Kumar

In his new crime novel The Third Squad (paperback, digital), writer V Sanjay Kumar introduces us to Karan, an autistic man who’s a member of an elite hit squad. But while this might make you think Kumar’s ...CONTINUE

Fast RMX Review

Fast RMX

One of the more disappointing games of 2015 was FAST Racing Neo, a futuristic racing game that had great potential, but squandered it by not including some important options. But while the sequel Fast RMX (Switch) doesn’t ...CONTINUE

Exclusive Interview: The Painted Gun Author Bradley Spinelli

Bradley Spinelli The Painted Gun

One of the common traits among noir crime novels is that they’re quick reads. You can usually tear through one in a weekend, especially if The Simpsons are a rerun. But in talking to writer Bradley Spinelli about his noir ...CONTINUE