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“High On Life” Review


Let’s be very clear about something: The sci-fi first-person shooter High On Life (Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, PC) is absolutely, positively not a Rick & Morty game. Sure, it’s made by Squanch Games, the studio co-founded by Rick & Morty co-creator and voice actor Justin Roiland, who uses his Morty voice to voice one of Life‘s main characters, Kenny. And it has the same kind of weird, off-the-cuff, ribald, but also clever sense of humor as Rick & Morty. But it is absolutely, positively not a Rick & Morty game.

Though it might as well be.

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“Rick And Morty: Season 5” Blu-ray, DVD Review


Were Rick and Morty real people, they would both shit on me for wanting to watch a TV show on Blu-ray or DVD, especially one that’s on a streaming service I’m subscribed to. And don’t even get me started on what Summer would say. But I don’t care, because after watching Rick And Morty: Season 5 on Blu-ray, I can suffer their verbal slings and arrows, confident in the knowledge that this is the best way to watch this hilarious sci-fi animated show.

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Funko Announce Rick And Morty POP! Toys

Funko have announced that they’ll release a series of POP! toys this July inspired by the Adult Swim cartoon Rick And Morty. The show was co-created and is written by Community creator Dan Harmon and voice actor Justin Roiland, the latter of whom also voices the titular heroes.