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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]

Black Summer is Everything I Ever Wanted from The Walking Dead

While the masses are hooked on the final season of Game of Thrones, Sabrina Season 2, and chomping at the bits for Avengers: Endgame, there is another show that popped up on Netflix that is fantastic. Black Summer is a fresh zombie apocalypse series that is hard, fast, and deadly. Now I know what you are thinking: “Another zombie show? We already had The Walking Dead and it is a slog now....[Read More]

Top 10 Spring Anime 2019: Worth Watching?

Winter is coming to a close and I can finally see Spring on the horizon. But, who really cares about the weather when there’s new anime to get excited about! This article will be the first of my seasonal series where I do a hot take of some of the most popular anime (and maybe some of the not so popular anime) and review them just by the synopsis. Don’t worry, I’ll be watching th...[Read More]

Game Review: Mystic Vale – Just Another Deckbuilder

  Mystic Vale is a deck building card game much akin to the likes of Hearthstone and MTG (Magic the Gathering). Though unfortunately, doesn’t meet what most consider the base line for engaging deck building games – at least online. Right from start, going through the tutorial I was left with more questions than answers. It felt more like reading a manual than learning how to play ...[Read More]

Anime Los Angeles 2019 Review

Hey everyone! Heartless Aquarius here with another convention review! I recently got to go to Anime Los Angeles, which was hosted in the Ontario Convention Center. The convention is often referred to as Ribbon Con by many cosplayers. “Why?” you may ask. Well, you can find, swap, trade, and earn ribbons that attach to your event badge throughout the whole weekend. There are some ribbon ...[Read More]

Heartless Aquarius Takes on Sabakon 2018

Hey everyone, Heartless here! It’s time to for another convention review. This time I went to Las Vegas to attend Sabakon, for the first time. Sabakon was an absolute blast. Not only is the Nevada/Las Vega community so sweet, but they also know how to have fun! Every panel and event I went to was full of excitement. Even when there was a lull between things to do, it was easy to keep busy by...[Read More]

Nerd News with Bytes N’ Brews Episode 1: Stan Lee, Fallout 76, and Sony Leaving E3

The boys of Bytes N’ Brews are at it again. In addition to streaming multiple days a week on Twitch, we’re now getting together once a week to talk about the hottest topics in geek culture, and turning that into a quick video, dubbed Nerd News! Stan Lee In this inaugural episode of Nerd News with Bytes N’ Brews, we are opening with something huge, the passing of a titan, someone near and dear to a...[Read More]

Geegiiee’s Early Thoughts on Fallout 76

Fallout 76 is a prequel to previous Fallout games. It is set in an alternate version of history, and takes place in 2102, twenty-five years after a nuclear war devastated the Earth. You play as a resident of Vault 76, a fallout shelter that was built in West Virginia to house America’s best and brightest minds. You begin your adventure leaving the Vault on “Reclamation Day”, your...[Read More]

Book Review: Pompom Pokémon

Book Review: Pompom Pokémon Hey everyone, Heartless Aquarius here! I have the cutest book to tell you guys about. Pompom Pokémon is a craft book with in-depth instructions on how to make 32 different Pokémon as adorable little pompoms. The Pokémon vary from all the the games and have different levels of difficulty. When I say in-depth instructions, I really mean it. They throughly explain how to f...[Read More]

Manga Review: Ao Haru Ride by Io Sakisaka

Hey everyone, Heartless Aquarius here! It’s time for another manga review. I got to read the first volume of the series Ao Haru Ride, by Io Sakisaka. If you can’t tell from the art style, it’s another shojo manga! “Futaba Yoshioka thought all boys were loud and obnoxious until she met Kou Tanaka in junior high. But as soon as she realized she really liked him, he had alread...[Read More]

Review: The Geek Lyfe Rides a 2018 Hyundai Sonata SEL to Anime Expo!

Anime Expo is the nation’s largest anime convention and is very near and dear to my heart. Every single year, I look forward to traveling from Phoenix, Arizona to Los Angeles, California for a weekend filled with anime, cosplay, and breaking news! Not to mention I can always count on meeting wonderful people whether they are old friends or new homies! This year we were blessed by the car god...[Read More]

Failure Is Not an Option: Spacefest IX

Hi there, Lvcky here! I went a bit out of my comfort zone this weekend and attended Spacefest IX, at the beautiful JW Marriott Starr Pass Resort in Tucson, Arizona. Spacefest IX is a convention for astronomy community members, as well as space and sci-fi enthusiasts. The convention ran Wednesday through Sunday, and boasted a list of programming that was jam-packed with astronomers, scientists, and...[Read More]

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