Big Hero 2 + 4: Disney reinvents a Marvel franchise

“Big Hero 2 + 4” is probably a more accurate title as the simple story focuses a boy and his robot, while the other 4 heroes kind of fall into the background. Still, Big Hero 6 is a strong showing from Disney and a good break from the Marvel Studio’s shared universe, rebuilding the comic source material into what could end up being a superior franchise.

A Warlock always finishes the job (Destiny fan-fiction)

Fighting is simple science for we Warlocks. It may look like magic, but it’s actually just physics, simple mathematics, and tactics. Even so, I’m felling pretty pumped from all of the energy I’ve drained from the grunts — feeling like a goddamn Voidwalking Space Wizard — but I’m also quickly getting overwhelmed. Looks like it’s “exo’s gotta do what an exo’s gotta do” time again.

Watch_Dogs: Hack the planet!

Watch_Dogs’ Aiden Pearce is possibly the first truly 21st century hero. What makes him interesting is that he champions the attributes that we (and I hate to describe myself this way) millenials think are cool. He’s tech savvy; he’s nimble rather than strong; and most interestingly, he’s an expert multitasker.

Big Hero 6 trailer: Disney does Marvel superheroes

You may not be familiar with Big Hero 6, a 3D computer-animated superhero film produced by Walt Disney Animation Studios and based on the Marvel Comics title of the same name. I know I wasn’t, but after watching Disney’s Wreck It Ralph over and over and over again, I’m super excited about this film. Set in a…

Pixel Dungeon for Android

Pixel Dungeon: enjoy dying over and over again

This is my current addiction. Pixel Dungeon (Android, free) is fast-paced RPG crawler that has you tap-tapping your way through level after level of a randomly generated dungeon. There are four classes, but only three are unlocked at the outset. Players can choose between a Warrior, a Mage, and a Rogue. At the start of the…