Oh Tropico, how I love your classic Spanish soundtrack, and your strange obsession with Llamas. I grew up playing this little gem, and as time went on I noticed how true each entry in the franchise would stay to its core. The core gameplay that made Tropico what it was has always remained over the… Continue reading Tropico 6 Review
Hello again, gang, and welcome back. For the last month or so we’ve been taking a look at a handful of animated shows you’ve probably never seen before but should, and this week we wrap up the series with a doozey. So far, we’ve gone into the depths of space, portal hoped across the globe,… Continue reading The Evil That Lies Within.
Back in March I recommended three books to get you through quarantine. Well, here we are two months later and many of us are still on lockdown. Since I assume you’ve finished those books by now (I certainly hope so, they were required reading and will be on the exam) I’m back with three podcasts… Continue reading Three Podcasts to Listen to in Quarantine
Recently, my husband and I decided to start the series "Outlander." Outlander is a historical drama/science fiction series based on the series of novels by Diana Gabaldon. The show premiered in 2014 on Starz. Outlander follows the story of Claire Randall, a World War II nurse who time travels back to mid 1700s Scotland and… Continue reading We Love A Good Kilt: Outlander Season 1 Review
The year was 2000, and I was but a chubby tyke watching cartoons when I first saw the commercial for My Dream Baby, and I clearly remember bugging my dad to death about wanting one for Christmas. The promises posed in the commercial were pure magic to my little eight-year-old brain – a baby doll… Continue reading The Year Every Little Girl Wished for a Robotic Baby Doll
I use podcasts to get through the parts of my day that aren’t nearly as entertaining as I'd like: my job, the dishes, the laundry, the occasional walk to work when my sister needs the car, etc. So I keep my favorite podcasts, of several varying genres, ready to go at a moment’s notice. I’ve… Continue reading Review: Triple Click