Blake Morse

Blake has been writing and making videos about pop-culture and games for over 10 years now. Although he'd probably prefer you thought of him as a musician and listened to his band, www.cartoonviolencemusic.com. If you see him on the street, buy him a taco or something.

Atari Audiowear SpeakerHat Review – Great for Active Folks

When I first heard that Atari was venturing into the world of Speakerhats with their new partnership with Audiowear, I must admit, much like many of you probably did, I sort of chuckled at the whimsical concept as a novelty. So, as you can imagine when the opportunity came up to get my hands on a review unit of their Blade Runner 2049 limited edition version of their new fashion tech endeavour you...[Read More]

Five Reasons Thor: Ragnarok is Basically a HULK Movie

The long and patient wait is over! Thor: Ragnarok is finally here. And of course, as a die-hard fan of the Marvel film franchise, I was right there opening night to catch it. I’m pleased to say it lived up to the hype. Well, at least it did for me. But, the promise of the Norse God of Thunder cranking it up to 11 for an all-out brawl for the future of Asgard isn’t the only reason I was so ex...[Read More]

5 Games So Scary I Pooped Myself – A Tale of Woe from Blake Morse

We’ve all been there. You’re playing a scary game in the dark alone. You hear a noise in the house. A creak in the walls, or maybe you think there’s someone speaking. You keep playing the game when all of sudden…BOOM! The monster pops up from out of nowhere in the game you’re playing and so long to another brave pair of undies. Here’s our somewhat serious list of 5 Scary Games for Hall...[Read More]

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South Park: The Fractured But Whole Review

The new South Park game is finally here! We had to wait extra long time for South Park: The Fractured But Whole, the sequel to the wonderfully hilarious RPG the Stick of Truth. So was it worth the wait? Does it live up to the hype? Is it funny? The answer to these and other questions is a resounding, “Eh, meh?” This our South Park: The Fractured But Whole review. Yes, much like the last and curren...[Read More]

Steep Road to the Olympics Preview

With the Pyeong Chang 2018 Winter Olympics just around the corner it makes sense that Ubisoft open-world winter sport sim, Steep would have something up their sleeve for the occasion. And they totally do in the form of the game’s next expansion Steep: Road to the Olympics. We got a chance to go hands-on with some of the new content to see how it’s shaping up. As you’d expect a lot of the new conte...[Read More]

Suda51, Videogame Auteur, On What Excites Him in Gaming Today

Goichi Suda, the man known as Suda51, has made a lot of iconic games in his time in this crazy industry. His studio, Grasshopper Manufacture, is responsible for cult classics like The Silver Case, No More Heroes, Let It Die, and Killer7. He’s an auteur of videogames, and just recently it was announced that Grasshopper Manufacture will be making the Switch exclusive Travis Strikes Again: No More He...[Read More]

Lost Sphear is the kind of classic JRPG tribute we should all love

The Tokyo RPG Factory is back at it and they’re ready to work their homage magic once again. The last time around they took a crack at the classic Chrono Trigger with their brilliant tribute, I am Setsuna. This time around they look to blending even more classic JRPG styles together with their upcoming title, Lost Sphear. You’ll take on the role of Kanata, a young boy who lives in a world made out...[Read More]

Secret of Mana is more than a remake and we’ve played it

Okay, look, most of us (and by “us” I mean those fortunate enough to have been born in the SNES golden era and some very hip gamer kids) we all know the Secret of Mana is one of the greatest JRPGs of all time. And now fans new and old will get a chance to experience the remastered version. We got to check out a brief glimpse of what’s in store during my time at PAX. As implied, this is still very ...[Read More]

Sword Art Online: Fatal Bullet takes the series in a whole new direction

For just about as long as the Sword Art Online anime series has existed, so has the steady stream of SAO video games also flowed like a river. It’s a very natural combination though. An anime show about people stuck in a VR MMO; it would be an insult if there wasn’t a library of games based off it. But up until this point, most have tried to emulate the MMO experience in more of a WoW/Action RPG h...[Read More]

I’m a Good Little Witch – Hands On With Little Witch Academia: Chamber of Time

I must admit, I’ve only watched a few episodes of Little Witch Academia. And I’ve mostly only seen it because it’s on Netflix and a friend of mine recommended it. While I feel the show’s demographic probably skews quite a bit younger than me, I can still appreciate the quirky cuteness of it all. And I can definitely appreciate a good action-based RPG like Little Witch Academia: Chamber of Time aft...[Read More]

Madden NFL 18 Returns Players to the Gridiron

It’s that time of the year again. The 2018 NFL season is just around the corner. And with the return of players to the gridiron comes yet another installment of the Madden franchise. This year for Madden 18 not only can players expect the standard game play modes that they’ve come to know and love and a few surprises, including one you would have never expected. What’s New in Madden 18? In t...[Read More]

NBA Live’s The One Game Mode and James Harden as Cover Athlete

I must admit, it’s been awhile since I’ve had a chance to sit down and play a basketball video game. Fortunately for me when I finally do get an opportunity to play some digital B-ball it’s the new and improved NBA Live ‘18. After taking a year off to reevaluate their gameplay strategy, the franchise is back to prove that it can learn from the past and improve upon its future. The NBA Live team sp...[Read More]

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