Adult Swim Adds Surreal Comedy 'The Shivering Truth', Fantasy Satire 'Tigtone'

Adult Swim is adding two new original animated comedy projects to their twistedly original programming slate: Vernon Chatman's surreal stop-motion series The Shivering Truth; and Andrew Koehler and Benjamin Martin's medieval fantasy series Tigtone Although dramatically different series on just about every front, you can see from the series' synopses below that both projects clearly[...]

The Last Siege #1 cover by Justin Greenwood

The Last Siege #1 Advance Review: Well-Told but Conventional Medieval-Inspired Fiction

In the tavern, that mysterious wanderer is attacked by the lord’s men.[caption id="attachment_848033" align="aligncenter" width="600"] The Last Siege #1 cover by Justin Greenwood and Jordan Boyd[/caption]The Last Siege #1 is a Medieval-inspired story that so far seems to be aiming for historical realism, at least in terms of the politics.While that may earn it some[...]

Pestilence #6 cover by Tim Bradstreet

Pestilence #6 Review: The Church Created Zombies

Unfortunately, they’ve already lost James to the Plague, and it seems like it won’t be long before the rest of Fiat Lux are lost.[caption id="attachment_771328" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Pestilence #6 cover by Tim Bradstreet[/caption]Okay, it is another zombie story, but this time it’s Medieval Plus, you can still write a good zombie story so long as[...]

Finding A New Sandbox To Play In: We Review 'Albion Online'

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] If you're going to find a new MMORPG, there's a lot you need to look for. Especially if you've committed yourself to one specific game for a long period of time. Ask any World Of Warcraft player and they'll tell you that even when they quit out of disgust or anger, it still […]

How Will History Remember You? Review And Giveaway of 'Expeditions: Viking'

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Expeditions: Viking is a historically-themed RPG that starts you off as the leader of a bunch of Viking in the early 8th Century. You're playing at a point in time before the Vikings really started spreading out by using the sea and riverways of Europe, but they currently still reside in what is […]

Educational Or Slightly Boring? We Travel Down 'The Great Whale Road'

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Educational games are a necessity, I don't care who you are or what you believe in for education. You can trick kids into learning by making it a game, and you'd be surprised how well that stuff sticks around. I still remember international flags from Carmen Sandiego, and I first learned what fording […]