I still feel like absolute ass fighting my head cold. But luckily this thing was already mostly written. Either way, after writing a list of the competitors ranked least likely to win to most likely to win the WWE Cruiserweight Classic, I decided to also rank their performances from worst to best as they are eliminated. So this is the first round list of all the wrestlers who were eliminated, after the second round is finished, I will write one for them, and then we will see how we combine them from there. Ultimately this will all lead to a list of all the competitors ranked from worst to best. Continue reading “WWE Cruiserweight Classic 1st Round Eliminations Ranked from Worst to Best Performance”
Let me preface this post with the fact that I have not personally played Evolve yet. I am not a fan of competitive multiplayer and if given the choice between spending full price on a competitive multiplayer game and taking on a hornets nest with my bare hands, let’s just say those hornets are going to have a real run for their money. I just don’t like them and the only one I do like, Team Fortress 2 feels like it is almost making fun of the whole aspect of competitive multiplayer. So needless to say, I’m going to be a little biased, but I promise I will keep my personal feelings of competitive multiplayer in check. With all of this said though, I have watched my friends played Evolve on several occasions (in particular Twitch streamer and close friend Jate Nott) and I feel confident on sharing my opinions on what I have witnessed as a critic watching a game.
All of that being said, Evolve is a really interesting case. On the one hand, it is bringing out something new for gamers to explore and on the other hand it is bringing us the same shit we have always seen. The question is where will Evolve fall in the grand scheme of things? Will it join the adults table with Halo and CoD or will it be destined to languish in the pits of forgotten multiplayer with Destiny and Titanfall… Well that is what we are here to find out today. Continue reading “Tanner Observes Evolve”
As we roll into 2015 I decided to try something a little different this year. While I was going through the 2015 in Film and 2015 in Video Gaming for this year, I thought wouldn’t it be interesting to make a list of both video games and movies that we can keep an eye on for 2015. So with that in mind I have decided to include 5 video games and 5 movies that are hyped for the 2015 season. Odds are if they are making this list then you will see a review on them from me coming up.
Just to keep in mind these lists are my own personal opinion based on the hype of the masses and how much attention, both positive and negative these games and movies will receive in 2015. Keep in mind THIS LIST IS NOT ITEMS I’M LOOKING FORWARD TO SEEING! That is a completely different list. This list is a collection of games and movies that I feel will cause quite a stir when they are released and are something, as the title suggests that we should keep an eye on as we march forward into the new year. Also keep in mind when it comes to video games that the game does not have to be released in 2015 but can be a rerelease or a remastering to make the list. With that being said, let’s start with the video games. Continue reading “Ten Movies and Video Games to Keep an Eye on for 2015”
On the latest episode of The Nerdiest Talk Show on Earth, the show reverts back to its Podcast style roots as Jate Nott of NottInMyHouse livestreams on Hitbox, Ian Bullington, a special guest appearance from Tim with the Hat, and myself talk about the 2014 Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3).
Seeing as how this podcast is long, below you will find a list of the subjects that we talked about an the minute mark where they begin. So if you just want to listen to our opinion on certain games, companies, and developers please see the table of contents below. Continue reading “Nerdiest Talk Show on Earth E3 Review”