Gamer Pillows – Perfect for Game Rooms, Gifts & Kittens

My kitten Bagheera loves these pillows from RetroModding.com and you will too. They are well made, look good and make a great gift for any gamer!

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** Full Disclosure: RetroModding sent me the pillows for review, but I am not being paid for the video, no one is reviewing the content and there is no affiliate link. I really just like the pillows **

WING COMMANDER Series – All the Games in BOX

For many gamers, the Wing Commander series was our Star Wars for the 1990s…Its mix of space combat sim, sweeping intergalactic stories and Hollywood imagination was a treat for fans like me. It took a while to build up this game collection, but it’s a part of my collection that I’m very proud of. So many great memories playing these games! Here is a look at my complete Wing Commander collection:

GAMES SHOWN:
Wing Commander (1990)
Super Wing Commander
Wing Commander II: Vengeance of Kilrathi
Wing Commander Academy
Wing Commander Armada
Wing Commander III: Heart of the Tiger
Wing Commander IV: The Price of Freedom
Wing Commander: Prophecy
Wing Commander: Privateer
The Kilrathi Saga
Privateer 2: The Darkening
Wing Commander Arena

Justice League Movie Review

What did we think of the DC superheroes’ big screen team-up?

After the death of Superman, Bruce Wayne and his new found ally Diana Prince assemble a team of heroes and outcasts consisting of Barry Allen, Arthur Curry, and Victor Stone to face the incoming threat of Steppenwolf who leads an army of Parademons who are searching for the three ancient Mother Boxes scattered across Earth while the world reflects on how Superman saved the world.

Septerra Core: Trashed Classics (PC RPG from 1999)

As a fan of Japanese style role playing games, I have been more than a little disappointed with the offerings of our soon to be last gen. So what do you do when there are no good rpgs to play? You look for obscure retro rpgs, duh. Today we are taking a look at a classic role playing game that answers the question, what do you get when you combined early PC and Japanese console rpgs? Can the offspring of such a sorted affair possibly yield a good game? Let’s find out in my review of Septerra Core.