Lil Nas X's first full-length album meets and exceeds expectations with a host of great songs and features from Elton John to Miley Cyrus
The Scooby-Doo franchise adds another entry to its lengthy catalog of direct-to-DVD movies, but this time, a little pink dog joins the mystery gang on their adventures in the middle of Nowhere, Kansas
With this release of Sonic Colors, Sega offers up the best iteration of the blue blur in recent memory to players on next generation, but new additions to this title leave some of the experience hobbled
Donda and Certified Lover Boy amassed a great deal of attention when they dropped—for these are two of the most prominent artists of our generation. Both albums came out within four days of each other, with Kanye West releasing Donda first. West and Drake have famously been in a feud for years, so it’s only fair to ask the question: Which album is better?
Trippie Redd puts on an energy-filled, exhilarating, night at the TCU Amphitheater in Indianapolis.
For his first independent project, Luis Antonio's "12 Minutes" offers some creative gameplay mechanics that deteriorate as fast as the story.
On this episode of Remixed Sam dives into another minisode this time going in on the Sara Kays and AJR concert at Emens this past weekend. Did they make a fan out of Sam? Listen and find out! Host: Sam Shipe Edited by: Sam Shipe Graphic by: Talor Sheridan
I’m just going to come out and say it: I love The Last of Us Part II. Sure, it made some controversial choices that didn’t sit well with everyone—Joel’s death primarily. Yes, it also made you play as the woman that killed him—who I found to be a compelling character. And yes, it was a pretty depressing game all around. Despite all of that, I still loved it.
Words cannot express my love for Naughty Dog’s Uncharted series. I first played the initial three games—Drake’s Fortune, Among Thieves, and Drake’s Deception—back in high school, and wow, what a ride. The adventures of Nathan Drake and his friends captured both my imagination and my attention for months on end; I couldn’t stop playing them (resulting in play sessions that I labeled “Uncharted Days”). It was around this time that the next Uncharted game, titled A Thief’s End, was announced. With A Thief’s End having celebrated its fifth birthday this past May, I wanted to discuss why I feel that this is the best installment in the series.