If you’ve been following this site for any amount of time, you know there are certain subjects that pique our interest more than others. Video games, sports, anime, movies, television, music…these are all core principles of what makes the world … Continue reading Haikyuu: An Anime I Didn’t Expect to Enjoy This Much
A holiday tradition around these parts is to take a week off for Christmas. This year is no exception — we’re off this week, which means when videos and podcast episodes and posts resume, it’ll be the end of 2019. … Continue reading Merry Christmas from Objection Network!
A holiday tradition around these parts is to take a week off for Christmas. This year is no exception — we’re off this week, which means when videos and podcast episodes and posts resume, it’ll be 2019. Okay, technically Monday … Continue reading Merry Christmas from Objection Network!
I’ve seen a ton of media outlets making puns about Super Smash Bros. Ultimate being a smashing success. We’re better than that, journalists. You don’t have to take the lowest-hanging fruit every time. Still, there’s no denying that SSBU has … Continue reading First Impressions: Super Smash Bros. Ultimate (Switch)
After I got my promotion a few months ago, I decided to splurge and pick up a Nintendo Switch. I had very little experience with the console; other than using Shaun’s to play through all of Super Mario Odyssey, I’d … Continue reading Nintendo Switch, and the Appeal of Gaming on the Go
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