DFAT Reviews: Pacific Rim Uprising

Pacific Rim Uprising was everything that I needed in a sequel. It took what was great about the original film and ramped it up to 11. Heck, what director Steven S. DeKnight did in this film along with the cast and crew was nothing sort of amazing. I really...

DFAT Reviews: Where the Water Tastes Like Wine

When's the last time you took a walk through Americana? Nothing but the clothes on your back and the stories in your heart. A story can be powerful thing and it's the main antagonist and motivation in Where the Water Tastes Like Wine by Dim Bulb Games....

DFAT Reviews: Mercenary Kings Reloaded!

Call me a sucker for nostalgia, but I'm always going to be a fan of pixellated side-scrolling games. I grew up on the Nintendo with games like Contra and moved to arcade classics like the Metal Slug series. So, when I heard that Tribute Games was creating...

DFAT Reviews: Monster Hunter: World

Monster Hunter has always been one of those games that interested me, but never truly decided to dive into. Maybe it was because the demos confused the hell out of me or maybe due to the fact that every time I tried the game it was always on the DS. Don’t...

Star Wars: The Last Jedi review

The force is strong with one.  The Last Jedi continues the story of Rey and her training with Jedi Master Luke Skywalker.  Rey is not the only story being told in this chapter, the Rebel Alliance is playing cat and mouse with the First Order struggling to...