Video games, in some cases, are very much like Hollywood movies. For one; when successful, they both net into the millions of dollars. Secondly, they each feature readily identifiable faces (and bodies) that people will pay to see again and again. And finally, like many actors and actresses who try their hand at singing and other failed forms of over-exposure, videogame makers believe that they can cross genres without repercussions. Read More.
Reviews By Antoine Williams
The game of basketball is a relatively simple one. You have two sides (be it five on five or one on one), a ball-like object, and an elevated hoop-like object. The goal of the game is simple; somehow put the ball into the hoop more times than your opponent. This simple game, which started out using wicker baskets, has developed into a multi-billion dollar industry. Read More.
As a Canadian based publication, one of the things we tend to do in our spare time is watch Hockey. We talk Hockey. We sometimes consider the theme to CBC's "Hockey Night in Canada" the second National Anthem. Finally, we play hockey to no end, in both real life and virtual reality. Read More.