When a gamer plays a wrestling game, they expect it to do two things: “layeth the smackdown” and “just bring it.”
It is unfortunate that WWE 2K14 does neither.
2K14 does nothing new as far as controls are concerned, taking the same control scheme from WWE ‘13. The wrestling mechanics are solid, fluid, and realistic. Back from last year is the ability to knock opponents out of moves, which comes in handy when a friend is about to be hit with a devastating finishing move. Continue reading WWE 2K14: Does not “Bring It”→
Final installment of Divergent trilogy stacks up to predecessor
I was absolutely crushed when I left the theater back in 2003 after viewing Matrix Reloaded. To my 12 year old self, I believed the first Matrix was flawless and was highly anticipating the sequels. My pal and I concocted a plan for her brother to sneak us in to the rated “R” film, so my mom would never find out. The third one would be better, I lied to myself.
Bitcoins are cyber-currency created by users and completely open source, as well as being independent of any central authority.
Controversy surrounding web privacy and governmental control has taken center stage as of late with the recent NSA scandal and U.S. government shutdown; these are two of the many factors that lead to the rise in popularity surrounding Bitcoins. Continue reading What is a Bitcoin?→
The screens are filling with ghouls and goblins, yet no show was more anticipated than AMC’s “The Walking Dead.” The first two episodes of season four aired the last two Sundays, and only one word can give it justice.
As of midnight, Oct. 12, the newest installment in the Pokémon franchise was released out into the wild. I was there, with an oddly diverse group of people to snatch it up as soon as it became available.
Rebecca and Zack have known each other since middle school. They both love horror movies from different parts of the genre. In honor of Halloween they have given each a horror film to watch that the other would have probably skipped over.