Five features the Nintendo Switch must include to be Successful!

In case you didn’t realize Nintendo has a new system called Nintendo Switch that’s getting ready to launch in about 4 months.  So far all we know about this new system is it’s name and how Nintendo envisions it being used from the Switch Reveal Trailer.  The Nintendo Switch will release around March and no doubt … Read more

Building the Perfect PC (With Someone Else’s Money)

The Perfect PC

This past year I was asked to build the Perfect PC for a someone who would be working with Adobe Premiere, I had two instructions, it had to be fast and cost wasn’t an issue. The parts list ended up consisting of the following:  Cooler Master HAF X – High Air Flow ATX Full Tower Case; CORSAIR RMx RM850X 850W Power … Read more

Civil War Hits the Marvel Cinematic Universe

Marvel Cinematic Universe

In 2008 the Marvel not only took a chance on an Iron Man movie but also on an entire Marvel Cinematic Universe.  The gamble to put together an entire universe spread across multiple films, many years and including many high paid actors and actresses seemed near impossible, maybe even for The Avengers.  That gamble has … Read more

Batman and Superman Team Up to Build a Universe

Ever since the Michael Keaton Batman movie comic fans have been clamoring for a Batman and Superman team up on the big screen.  On March 25, 2016 comic fans filed into movie theaters across North America to finally see the two most iconic super heroes in the same movie, fighting against each other.  It’s perhaps not the first thing you think about when you here that Batman and Superman are in the same movie and for many it may have been an initial turn off.  My mother who is not a super hero fan by any means was really bothered by the fact that these two heroes where going to be fighting each other.  Yet this is not even the biggest weight that this movie carries,  Batman vs. Superman is DC and Warner Bros launch pad for their Marvel style cinematic universe and its at the same time the movies biggest triumph and it’s biggest problem.

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Xbox Live Games with Gold April 2016 offers Sunset Overdrive Free

I’ll admit that I wasn’t that thrilled with the Xbox Live March Games with Gold lineup.  The highlight of March was pretty much Borderlands.  I was at least hoping that Borderlands 2 would have then also made it to Backwards Compatibility but that has not surfaced yet.  April is another story with a pretty good … Read more

The Division Activates You to Level Up

A devastating pandemic sweeps through New York City, and one by one, basic services fail. In only days, without food or water, society collapses into chaos. The Division, a classified unit of self-supported tactical agents, is activated. Leading seemingly ordinary lives among us, The Division agents are trained to operate independently of command, as all else fails.

As a Division agent you’ve been activated, and now it’s time to level up!

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The Magic of Enjoying Disney Movies Anywhere

Last week I sent out a tweet about how great a service Disney Movies Anywhere is.  As with most Disney products and services they have found a way to make your movies enjoyable and easy to watch just about anywhere you want to watch them.  Most importantly they have made it an almost magical experience to make that happen.

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Xbox Live Games with Gold March 2016 offers Borderlands Free

Xbox Games with Gold digs into the past this month with two Xbox One games from 2014 including Crimes & Punishments and Lords of the Fallen.  As we spring into March however most people will probably see the biggest value in grabbing Borderlands for Xbox 360 which of course now is Backward Compatible on Xbox … Read more

Xbox One February Update Focuses on Quality of Life Improvements

With the latest updates Microsoft continues to improve the Xbox One and the Xbox app on Windows 10.  This update includes some nice quality of life and social improvements.  One of the features I’m most excited about is the ability to hide betas, trials, games, and apps.  This will be the first feature I check out … Read more