Fantasy

The Arcana: A Mystic Romance That Everyone Needs to Play

If you’re a sucker for fantasy dating sims, like me, then Nyx Hydra’s The Arcana is the game for you. The visual novel style game has been available on both Apple’s App Store for iPhone and Google Play for Android since 2017 and has started to really gain traction in the last year or so. The fandom has been steadily growing, as more and more people have discovered the gem of an app and the captiva...[Read More]

And Now, Our Watch Has Ended: A Game of Thrones Review

Hey everyone! Tidesiren here, and with the end of a decade-long adventure, I thought it appropriate to address the dragon in the room… In 1991, George R. R. Martin started on a journey that, little did he know, would change cinematic and film history. Nowadays, most storytelling begins in books. His first book, A Game of Thrones, was published in 1996 and thereafter, followed four more installment...[Read More]

The Geek Lyfe Interviews ½ of the Dynamic Duo Behind Lasers & Liches

Rob recently got the chance to catch up with Chris Lock, one of the masterminds behind Lasers & Liches, whose Kickstarter went 200% funded in just 5 hours. Let’s see what makes “the Lord of the Multiverse” tick.   The Geek Lyfe: For starters, thank you so much for being here! Do you feel more comfortable with me calling you “Chris” or “Snickelsox”? Which do you prefer? C...[Read More]

Lasers & Liches is Must Have Tabletop Gaming Content

EDIT: The Kickstarter is now live, here! Dungeons & Dragons is no longer confined to dull, muted colors and dark dungeons. That’s right! There’s a neon light at the end of the tunnel. Lasers & Liches brings a wave of much needed color and 80s/90s nostalgia to the game. The world for this content is affectionately named The Retroverse. Chock-full of laser dragons, futuristic dinosaurs, Kaij...[Read More]

Nerd News with Bytes N’ Brews: Creative Writer Leaves Cyberpunk 2077, Resident Evil Netflix Series, Jay & Silent Bob Reboot

See? We promised you we weren’t looking for themes every week. This week in Nerd News we dive into some depressing Cyberpunk 2077 news, Netflix bringing a series back to life, and Bluntman & Chronic ride again! First up: Creative Director for Cyberpunk 2077 Jumps Ship to Blizzard Sebastian Stępień was the creative director for CD Projekt Red’s next flagship game, Cyberpunk 2077. Stępień’s not ...[Read More]

Nerd News with Bytes N’ Brews: Punisher, Carmen Sandiego, Stranger Things

This week is another unintentionally themed week. Our topics all revolve around Netflix. We’ve got what’s assumed to be the beginning of the end for Jon Bernthal’s Punisher, an elusive blast from the past, and something to look forward to this 4th of July. Punisher Season 2 YES! The most successful Marvel Netflix series (save for Daredevil, which is already cancelled) just dropped his season 2 tea...[Read More]

Nerd News with Bytes N’ Brews Episode 7: Vader Fan Film, Jablinski, Bandersnatch

This week’s episode is looks as though it’s going through a goth phase, as all of our topics are clad in black. We cover an amazing Star Wars fan film, a new YouTube channel that’s hopefully not a giant troll, and a choose-your-own-adventure movie. Vader: Shards of the Past We can’t say enough good things about this. We’re already Star Wars fanboys, but every aspect of this film was phenomenal. Th...[Read More]

Fantastic Beasts Crimes of Grindelwald Review: Who Approved this?

The Harry Potter franchise is beloved by so many in the geek community. The wonder of Hogwarts, the vast lore created by J.K. Rowling, and even the superb acting of the cast made it an incredible era for those who were enamored with the books. Many fans grew skeptical when Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them released in 2016, but concerns were immediately cast aside at the refreshing new persp...[Read More]

Schrei205 Interviews Glenn Rane (Warning: Fangirling Within)

World of Warcraft holds a special place in my heart for a huge variety of reasons. One of those reasons includes the incredible art that accompanies the game, from the illustrations, to the concepts, to the in-game scenery. The quality of Blizzard art has always been truly impressive, and I was so excited to hear that a long-time Blizzard artist, Glenn Rane, would be a guest at Phoenix Comic Fest ...[Read More]

Before the Storm: Review of the Battle for Azeroth Prequel Novel by Christie Golden

Everyone that knows me knows just how much I love Warcraft. Many of my cosplays are from World of Warcraft, I’ve had my account active almost constantly since 2006, I’m super interested in all the lore, and I’ve read all the novels so far. Naturally, I was really excited to read the new novel by Christie Golden, Before the Storm. This is the official prequel novel to the upcoming World of Warcraft...[Read More]

The Emerald Templars – D&D Two Day Live Stream Event!

Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, we here at The Geek Lyfe have such a huge passion and love for table top role-playing games. So much so that we have decided to gather a few of our dear friends and play a campaign on stream! This will take place on April 14th and 15th on our Twitch channel, The_Geek_Lyfe! It will be streamed for approximately 5 hours starting at 4pm Pacific Standard Time each...[Read More]

Almost Heroic: New D&D Podcast with Homies and Heart

Almost Heroic: New D&D Podcast with Homies and Heart Love Dungeons and Dragons? Enjoy hearing friends having a blast with one another? Then I have a fantastic new podcast for you to check out! The name of it is ‘Almost Heroic’ and it consists of our dear friends Tony Pisano, Robert Zoeller from the YouTube channel Bytes n Brews as well as indie Twitch Streamer Evadude and aspiring ...[Read More]

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