Review: Need For Speed Shift

Review: Need For Speed Shift
Do you know what it feels like revving your engine waiting for that green light to ping, as you shift into first then second while putting your foot so deep on the pedal while all your adrenaline pumps you up? If not then that’s why they made video game consoles to give you that simulated ...

Review: Professor Layton and the Diabolical Box

Review: Professor Layton and the Diabolical Box
Professor Layton is in one of my favorite gaming genres.  It’s a rare genre, but it is my favorite.  There aren’t that many puzzle style games, but Professor Layton is by far one of the top ones on my list.  It combines two of the greats together, mystery and puzzles. Check out my review of ...

Review: Mini Ninjas

Review: Mini Ninjas
What is a Ninja? For many years the ninja’s story has been told in many ways through many different languages. The fascination with these mystical warriors have amazed people through out the ages, since their first debut in Japan against samurai. They’re complete opposites which make them a far more deadlier foe because of their ...

Review: Gelaskins

Review: Gelaskins
So, we were lucky enough to get some really cool review items last month, and we are now finally able to give Gelaskins the proper review they deserve. Gelaskins is a pretty cool concept for people that want to customize their gadgets without getting too crazy and actually opening up their gadgets to customize them.  ...

Review: Living Dead Doll – Jason Voorhees Edition

The totally awesome people at Mezco Toyz, hooked us up with some toys to review.  One of which is the Living Dead Doll Jason Voorhees Edition, this dude is pretty creepy and even though he is only 10 inches tall.  I, for one, am not a fan of things that scary, but this little bugger ...