One Year Later

Today marks exactly one year since the release of the greatest video game of all time. The conclusion and epic culmination to what is now my favorite fantasy series.

FuboTV Review

I’ve been using FuboTV’s streaming service for a couple of weeks, and I absolutely love it. Finally a paid live football streaming service that I’ve been wishing for the longest time. I’m really impressed of the service from this fairly unknown company. The price for FuboTV is perfect. The basic package of $9.99 will give […]

My problem with Social Justice Warriors

Free speech is under assault and SJWs are leading the way. It’s not an oppressive government (at least here in the U.S.A.), but rather a fairly large vocal population that has the false belief that certain people have it easy in life simply because of the color of their skin or because of their gender. […]

Book Review – Baptism of Fire

The third book in the Witcher saga, and as of the time of this writing the last official English translated novel published. Baptism of Fire, continues Geralt’s journey to rescue Ciri. This book is mostly described by Geralt’s point of view, and on occasions from Ciri, and on lesser from Yennefer’s. NO SPOILERS: In The Witcher […]

Book Review – The Time of Contempt

The second novel of the epic Witcher saga, this book if fucking awesome. Browsing through the Witcher subreddit and forums (avoiding spoilers obviously), a lot of people tend to rate The Time of Comtempt as their least favorite book. In part, I can see why many people would have a hard time liking this book.  The Time of […]

Book Review – Blood of Elves

This book is the start of epic Witcher Saga. The saga were the witcher Geralt of Rivia was destined to be the guardian of Ciri; the most important living thing in the world, whose prophecy said will change world. Having only played The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. I started reading the Witcher saga about 2 […]

Happy 20th Anniversary to Pokémon

The Pokémon game was first release 20 years ago, and it’s hard to believe it is been around 17 years that I first played Pokémon Red and Blue on my Game Boy pocket, and later on my Game Boy Color. Hell, Pokémon was the sole reason why I owned a Nintendo Game Boy on the […]

Book Review – Sword of Destiny: Tales of The Witcher

Given that the official English translation of Sword of Destiny was published three months ago, in a way I’m glad I discovered The Witcher fairly late. This book is a collection of short stories and follow up of The Last Wish: Introducing The Witcher. NO SPOILERS: This book is divided into six different short stories. […]