Author: Ross Fisher-Davis

Ross Fisher-Davis is an old-school goth from the rocky shores of Cornwall, England with a background in theater, filmmaking, entertainment journalism, and animal care. A fan of horror, sci-fi and all things strange, Ross is a writer of fantasy fiction and has created content for games such as Vampire: The Masquerade and Deadlands.

The world of multiplayer games is constantly evolving. We’re a long way from couch co-op in “Goldeneye 007,” and game devs keep coming back new ideas to bring you and your friends together. In recent years, there’s been a rise in asymmetric multiplayer games. That is, games where a larger number of players take on a single one in games of stealth or action. Exemplified by titles like “Dead By Daylight” and “Evolve,” these games often put a super powered monster or unstoppable serial killer under the control of one player, and the persistent hunters or plucky teenagers who have…

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Second only to James Bond, the casting of a new face in the role of the eponymous Doctor in the long running sci-fi franchise “Doctor Who” is big news. When the time inevitably comes for the Time Lord to regenerate into his new body, you better believe there’s speculation, fan suggestion, and downright arguments over who should step into the iconic blue telephone box next. Hugh Grant, “The Undoing” HBO For the last 48 hours, news sites have been abuzz with the supposed info that British icon Hugh Grant is in talks to take on the role from incumbent Doctor…

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It’s been some rocky years for CDProjekt RED’s action RPG “Cyberpunk 2077.” In November 2020, the eagerly anticipated game from the makers of “The Witcher” series had a catastrophic release. Bugs, flaws, all manner of gremlins had the game virtually unplayable on several systems, and at least partially broken on the rest. Things were so bad that the game was removed from retail on the Playstation Network for almost a full year. Johnny Silverhand, “Cyberpunk 2077” It’s not to say that “Cyberpunk 2077” wasn’t a great game, because buried under the torrent of bugs there was an awesome adventure to…

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What’s the worst thing you’ve ever done in your first day at work? We’ve all messed up an order or left typos in an email, but one security guard managed to ruin a painting worth over a million dollars on his first shift. Anna Leporskaya’s painting Three Figures (1932-1934) was on display as part of an ongoing exhibition of abstract art taking place at the Yeltsin Center in Yekaterinburg, Russia. The painting was on loan from the State Tretyakov Gallery in the Russian capitol of Moscow. While nearly priceless, the 1930s work has been insured to a value of $74.9…

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If you were one of the many fans who was less than impressed with the casting of fresh faced Tom Holland as the modern Indiana Jones-alike action hero in the upcoming adaptation “Uncharted,” there’s a nice little alternative that may be more to your taste. The official “Uncharted” movie novelization is coming next week, written by acclaimed novelist S.D. Perry, known for her “Aliens vs Predator”, “Resident Evil” and “Star Trek” titles. Most thrilling for fans of the series, the original voice of tomb raiding hero Nathan Drake, Nolan North, is providing the narration for the entire audio book. Uncharted…

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Billie Joe Armstrong, front man of the seminal punk rock band Green Day, has launched an online appeal to help locate his much beloved ’62 Chevrolet II that was recently stolen. Taking to his social media accounts, the singer shared information in the hope that someone has seen the classic vehicle. https://twitter.com/billiejoe/status/1490045897857638400 A car that has been in his family for most of the singer’s life, the pearl Chevy II was recently stolen from Armstrong’s property. Armstrong is asking for any and all information anyone might have to be reported to Costa Mesa police in hope of finding the distinctive…

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Among the finest of that unique era of high-action, high-octane, animated kids shows from the mid 90’s, cult favorite “SWAT Kats: The Radical Squadron” is making a return with a new series. SWAT Kats The adventures of two wisecracking anthropomorphic feline jet pilots, Razor and T-Bone, “SWAT Kats: The Radical Squadron” was created by brothers Christian and Yvon Tremblay. It hit 90s kids hard with a mix of high action, gadgets, explosions and a cast of incredibly memorable villains. The most successful syndicated animated show of 1994, “SWAT Kats: The Radical Squadron” boasted a heavy metal score, distinct high quality…

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The world of Tal’Dorei is beset by evil. Facing a rising malevolence like that of which the fantastical land has never seen, will a stalwart group of heroes, pure of heart and strong of character, arise to face the threat? No. But the beer swilling, foul-mouthed, rough-and-ready adventuring party Vox Machina will have to do. Using their unique mix of roguish charm, barely stable friendships and extreme violence, Vox Machina are ready to kill some dragons, seduce your daughters, and drink everything available in the bar. Amazon Prime Based on the characters in the Dungeons & Dragons campaign featured on…

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For the second time in as many months, viewers have watched a tv character suffering a massive heart attack whilst just trying to keep fit on a Peloton machine. Understandably, the exercise machine brand isn’t too happy. In December of 2021, the premiere of “Sex and the City” revival series “And Just Like That…” shocked viewers with the death of husband of protagonist Carrie Bradshaw (Sarah Jessica Parker), John ‘Mr. Big’ Preston (Chris Noth). The longtime love interest suffers a fatal heart attack after his 1,000th workout on his Peloton machine, and immediately sent real life Peloton stocks dropping in…

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