Soupa Saiyan – Restaurant Review

Before moving from Florida, I made a short list of places I wanted to either revisit before leaving or visit for the first time to experience. Among places like Disney World and my favorite Starbucks were little restaurants that I’d heard about but hadn’t gotten to try. Orlando has a surprising amount of really good … Continue reading

Game Review: Life Is Strange (PC) + A Giveaway!

Developer:¬†Dontnod Entertainment Publisher:¬†Square Enix Genre:¬†Episodic Graphic Adventure Mode(s):¬†Single Player Perspective:¬†Third person Platform Played:¬†PC Final Score:¬†9/10 I purchased this game without having done much research on it beforehand because it was on sale and “it looked cool”. While normally it takes a little bit more to persuade me to make a purchase, my inherently impulsive nature … Continue reading

Book Review – Divergent

Title:¬†Divergent Author:¬†Veronica Roth Publisher:¬†HarperCollins, 2012 Pages:¬†Paperback Edition, 487¬†pages Rating: 4.5/5 I’ve been on a reading kick lately, and I’ve been revisiting my favorite genre in life – YA Fiction. I’m not ashamed to admit that the pretty covers draw¬†me in, or that¬†the easy to follow plots and angsty, emotionally turbulent characters have me¬†speed-reading through my … Continue reading

Book Review – Ready Player One

  Title:¬†Ready Player One Author:¬†Ernest Cline Publisher:¬†Random House, 2011 Pages:¬†Paperback Edition, 384 pages Rating:¬†5/5 Ready Player One is the ultimate underdog story written by 2009’s Fanboys screenplay writer Ernest Cline. Set in the not-so-distant future of 2044, the world has changed and is more depressing than ever, and we’ve finally run out of our Earthly … Continue reading

Review: Hogwarts Is Here | Hogwarts Online

I discovered Harry Potter when I was ten years old whilst perusing my elementary school’s media center for something that I hadn’t yet read. I was such an avid reader that the librarian would bring bags of books from her teenage daughter’s stash for me to devour once I ran out of things at my … Continue reading

Review: HabitRPG | Gamify Your Life

I am the kind of person who loves lists. I’m pretty sure that at one point I have made a list of categories for my lists so as to keep track of them. I’m really organized and if “really good ability to follow through and check things off lists” were something I could put on … Continue reading

Local Review: Hotto Potto

Location:¬†3090 Aloma Ave, Winter Park, FL 32792 Hours:¬†Mon-Thurs (11a ‚Äď 2a), Fri-Sat (11a – 5a), Sun (11 ‚Äď 12a) Price:¬†$$ Score:¬†A I am of the firm belief that if you try something and hate it, you should probably try it again a few years later. As you age, tastes in things change and things you’ve … Continue reading

5 Reasons to Buy Eminem’s New CD – A Semi-Review of the Marshall Mathers LP 2

My taste in music has always been a little… Diverse. Growing up, my parents didn’t live together so I would go from listening to NWA and reggae with my mom to Metallica and then, later, country music with my dad. I’ve always listened to almost everything equally, and one of my all-time favorite musicians is … Continue reading

Game Review: Bioshock Infinite (PS3)

Developer:¬†Irrational Games Genre:¬†Action-adventure, FPS Mode:¬†Single Player Perspective:¬†First person Platform:¬†Playstation 3, PC, Xbox 360 Rating:¬†Mature 17+ Final Score: 9/10 Welcome to Columbia, the beautiful City in the Sky. In Irrational Games‘ Bioshock Infinite, you play as Booker DeWitt (Troy Baker), a man of questionable moral integrity and a murky past. Set mostly in 1912, your initial … Continue reading

Saying Goodbye to Batwoman

This week I received some really unfortunate news, via the omniscience of my Facebook news feed. The creative team behind what is literally my favorite comic book in the entire world, “Batwoman”, has decided to call it quits, citing “editorial interference” from DC as the reason behind their departure from the title. The team includes … Continue reading