The other night I was in need of watching another anime. I figured it would be best to look down my long list of ecchi animes that I haven’t watched yet. This smaller series known as AIKa came up first, for no other reason than because it was in alphabetical order. I remember adding it to my list many months ago, but what I didn’t know is that this series is all about the pantsu.
A quick note before I get onto the review. This review was mostly written during the preview copy I received of OOTP 17. I have played the day one version and some issues were prevalent in that build as well.
Can you smell that? Spring is in the air and despite that vile smell that you can get early on recovering from Winter, there is something on the horizon. That of course is another year of baseball. The hopes and dreams of management, staff, players and fans alike come together in hopes their team prevails in the Fall Classic. Your favourite team may not win it this year but you can make it a reality with Out of the Park Baseball 17. Continue Reading
A quick note before I get onto the review. This review was mostly written during patch #4 of OOTP16.
Every spring there are some constants that people have to live with; allergies, rain showers and baseball. With every year, I am more hopeful that my team the Atlanta Braves can get closer to that prestigious World Series Championship that they held dear in 1995. Now I have control of conquering the league with Out of the Park Baseball 16. Continue Reading
It’s not often that I do this on my blog, but today is all my followers lucky day. I’m going to be giving away ALL of my Blizzard “guest passes”. That includes, Starcraft II: Wings of Liberty, World of Warcraft and Diablo III respectively.
I’ve had these “guest passes” stuffed away for many months and I haven’t needed to use them. I was going to throw them out, but I might as well post them onto my blog in hopes that someone else can put good use to them. Without further ado here they are. Continue Reading
With Major League Baseball back in the full swing of things it brings out my sudden interest in baseball as a whole. Particularly the managing aspect of that great sport. Enter Out of the Park Baseball 15.
Once again it’s developed by Out of the Park developments, which is based out of Germany. I want to go out on a limb right now and say that their PR Manager Brad Cook is easily the most friendly and interactive PR manager of ANY video game company I’ve dealt with. They really care about the fans opinions and more often than not, reply to anything you have to say in regards to the game. Continue Reading
In my past review I was talking about the revival of thrash metal, here is another solid example of new age thrash, that has been rocking my ear drums these past five years.
Warbringer was formed in 2004 out of Ventura, California. The band’s lineup for this album consists of John Kevill on vocals, Andy Laux on bass, Carlos Cruz on drums, John Laux and Adam Carroll on guitar. They are currently signed to Century Media Records.
This album seen the departure of bassist Ben Bennett and drummer Nic Ritter, who were apart of 2009’s “Waking Into Nightmares” album. Instead we seen Andy Laux make his return, a long with newcomer Carlos Cruz. Continue Reading