I started playing Tokyo Mirage Sessions ♯FE a couple years ago and found it to be charming and fun overall. The Wii U was in dire need of RPGs (or quality games in general), and even though the second-screen utilization … Continue reading Idol, Never Idle: Getting Back to Tokyo Mirage Sessions ♯FE
A night after a phenomenal NXT Takeover (seriously, go watch Gargano/Ciampa and the six-man ladder match if you haven’t already), Wrestlemania 34 was faced with its usual task of trying to provide something for everyone. That’s a tough sell, especially … Continue reading Wrestlemania 34 Review: Blood, Sweat and Tears — and More Blood
Slowly but surely, I’m working my way through games that I’ve missed in the last couple years. The backlog problem is a very real thing. One of those titles is Rise of the Tomb Raider, the sequel to the 2013 … Continue reading Early Impressions: Rise of the Tomb Raider
If you’ll allow us to brag for a moment, we just passed 1,000,000 hits a couple days ago! A million is a lot of people. A cool millskie. drevilwithpinkieinmouth.jpg. We haven’t really touched on our progress in a while — … Continue reading One Million Hits: How the Hell Did We Get Here
We’re back in full swing now that 2018 is over — the break is done and the fun has just begun. Or something. But we’ll have a Dave episode of the podcast tomorrow, and Thursday is the annual Best Of … Continue reading Making Sense of 2017’s Best Video Games
A holiday tradition around these parts is to take a week off for Christmas. This year is no exception — we’ll be off through next week, which means when videos and podcast episodes and posts resume, it’ll be 2018. Looking … Continue reading Merry Christmas from Objection Network!
One of the problems WWE faces with its “Big 4” events is bloat. Between the pre-show and the main card, events like Wrestlemania and the Royal Rumble turn into six- to seven-hour affairs, which can be a bit overwhelming for … Continue reading SummerSlam 2017 Review: Beach Balls and Beef Mauls