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The Online Slot Games We’d like to See Made into Animated Series

In recent years, there has been a lot of success when it comes to games being made into movies and books being adapted into series, but we’d like to see more games made into animated series. All games are animated, so following the same blueprints to create an animated series which explores the world further […]

Fox and RMA Celebrate National Concert Week

As we begin Summer, Fox Performing Arts Center and Riverside Municipal Auditorium announce a special ticket promotion. National Concert Week will take place from May 1st at 9 a.m. PST through May 7th at 11:59 p.m PST  where tickets to select shows can be purchased  for just $20 (all-in including fees). The tickets will cross […]

When Will Poker Pros & Hearthstone Players Collide in Crossover Match Again?

“Murloc Powa !!!” (CC BY 2.0) by Randalfino A game of Hearthstone Back in 2016, gaming history was made when two different genres were brought together in a landmark crossover tournament. The two games featured were Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft and poker. But why were these two games chosen for this one-off event? And will we ever see […]

How Can We Engage with Game of Thrones Once the Show Ends?

By Ben Wickens Since the last episode of Season 7 aired in August 2017, Game of Thrones fans have been waiting with excitement for the final season. The producers of the show have been savvy in allowing a fallow year, which let them to see how interest wanes when there’s no show on. Does the […]

How iGaming Apps Show an Industry’s Willingness to Adapt to a New Market

By Thomas Gosling In 2018, mobile games made up 50% of the global digital games revenue. A report by industry analysis firm SuperData Research revealed that of the $109.8 billion that games made digitally (in-game purchases and game downloads), $61.3 billion of that was from mobile games. Free-to-play games like Fortnite and League of Legends […]

John Carpenter’s They Live Might Live Again

They Live is a 1988 film by John Carpenter. A homeless drifter finds a temporary construction job while living at a homeless encampment. During that time he discovers that an alien race has infiltrated every aspect of human society. The aliens transmit subliminal messages to the humans in almost every form. The film is a […]

FUNimation Leaves Crunchyroll For Their Own Streaming Service

For the last two years Funimation and Crunchyroll have had a partnership. This allowed properties owned by both companies to stream their content on the Crunchyroll streaming service. Now that Sony has purchased Crunchyroll it seems that partnership is ending. The following statement has been released from Crunchyroll: Dear CR users, As many of you […]

American Horror Story (And The Questions That Haunt Me)

What a season so far! American Horror Story has returned for their 8th season: ‘Apocalypse’. Which is supposed to tie in some of the best seasons from the show thus far. Those seasons include Murder House (Season 1), Coven (Season 3), Hotel (Season 5), and we are also expecting Asylum (Season 2) to come up […]

Glass: Unbreakable Trailer Breakdown

  The new trailer for Glass has been released. Fans are excited for M. Night Shyamalan’s third installment into the Unbreakable series. Here is a quick summation for those of you who have not seen any of the Unbreakable films. Shyamalan is known for his plot twists. I will try not to be too detailed […]

Nerdbot Reviews: Wolverine, The Long Night (Podcast)

Setting Wolverine: The Long Night is a Podcast set in a small fishing town in Alaska. A murder has led to FBI Special Agents Sally Pierce and Tad Marshall to investigate. Upon arrival they learn of other suspicious activity. Questions lead to suspects being identified. Including a drifter named Logan. Style Wolverine: The Long Night […]