WESTWORLD [Season 2 Premiere Review]: Now Let Me Welcome Everybody to the Wild, Wild West…

Hard to believe that HBO’s most ambitious show this side of Game of Thrones, Westworld, aired its season finale 17 months ago, a damn near a year-and-a-half. Season One “capped” off with Dolores Abernathy (Evan Rachel Wood) plugging the good Dr. Ford at his gala, and the hosts gaining consciousness and attacking everyone. Bernard Lowe …

WWE ROYAL RUMBLE 2018 [Ringside Apostle Preview]: Empires of Tomorrow.

The Tag Division has been one of the few bright spots left on the blue brand over the last year (seriously, remember when SD was Brand of the Year?). After winning the excellent triple threat match for the No. 1 contender spot back in December, American Alpha 2.0/Team Angle 3.0 got screwed. Their title match …

THE GHGAMER AWARDS [Best Video Games of 2017]: Legends Never Die.

Eight GHGamers give their Top 5 Video Games of the Year–AAA, action/adventure, RPG, platformers, fighting, sports & racing, indies, hell, even VR on all platforms: Xbox One X, PlayStation 4, PC, and Nintendo Switch. Our Nerd Clergy of Cool also tip their caps for this year, with an early look at their Most Anticipated Games …

CALL of DUTY – WWII [Review]: Storming the Beach on Twitchy…

...AF shooters. Another year and another installment into the Call of Duty franchise. After seemingly, and boldly going where no other videogame went before, i.e. space, save for Halo, Red Faction, Killzone, etc. the series has gone back to its roots, from storming the beaches of Normandy to jumping into the trenches! A callback to …

AGENTS OF MAYHEM [Review]: All of the Power, None of the Responsibility.

You have the game mechanics of Crackdown, peppered with the charismatic characters the likes of Overwatch, from the same unhinged minds that brought you Saints Row; blend it all together and you get Agents of Mayhem. We start out with archetype characters, Hollywood, Fortune, and Hardtack, said Agents of MAYHEM, as they’re in the midst of …

RICK & MORTY [Season 3, Episode 2 Review]: Welcome to the Darkest Year of our Adventures.

Rick and Morty season 2 finale aired on October 4, 2015 and for a year half there was no mention of an impending season 3. Rumors circulated that it was the series finale, that creators Dan Harmon and Justin Roiland couldn’t decide where to take the series. Then April 1st came around and unannounced to …