Late Gamer Plays Batman Arkham Knight

A Review From Hidai Moya

In many ways this is the mother of all Batman games. As the Scarecrow & the Arkham Knight practically obliterate Gotham Batman must suit up one last time to stop them.
From the map size to its bombastic end game story & grandiose set pieces this game really pulls out all of the stops. And let me just say for the record I thoroughly loved its implementation of the Batmobile. It totally fulfilled my childhood dreams about driving it & this gave that to me in droves, it was everything I ever wanted.
Gotham has never looked this amazing before with its varied districts & towering skyline & I loved flying over & driving through it. It wasn’t until the finale though that I felt somewhat let down.
The Arkham Knight deserved far more exposition than he got & leaving him at the point where the game did felt undeveloped. I also didn’t appreciate the teaser nature of the finale. Either be a conclusive end or don’t be. Also for an epic open world game of this nature I actually thought it was too short as well.
I could’ve easily spent more time in Gotham.
Grade B+

Late Gamer Plays Star Wars: Jedi – Fallen Order

A Review From Hidai Moya

This is just the Star Wars version of Uncharted/Dark Souls & its all the better for it.
Though the story can be curt, I loved the main duo of Cal & his droid BD-1 & the beautiful planets they explore together. Kashyyyk is my favorite planet in all of SW so I had a great time exploring its jungle among the tree tops to the undergrowth, its all very beautiful.
The creature design is fantastically disgusting, from giant slugs to spiders & ugly toad reptiles, it’s a lot of fun fighting them off.
The lightsaber boss fights in particular are challenging & quite satisfying especially when you unlock more skills. I also appreciated how it implemented Clone Wars lore into its story.
I think it captures that Lucas Arts magic that has been missing in Star Wars games for a while now & it gets a lot right.
A must play for any Star Wars fan.
Grade A-

The Fantastical Football Podcast – Week 15 2019

The Geek Elite are playing fantasy football, come listen as they go over their past week in navigating the NFL 2019 season. To recap Week 15 our Elite Bowl Championship Game, Commissioner Mike Santos has Mitch, Garrett, and Candice, get together and discuss their teams’ ups and downs, and sent in audio from Andy, John, and our champion Eric.

Imagine If… – Episode 163 2019 In Comics

Chris, Rafa, and Mitch dive into the spinner rack for this week, and then the year in comics on this #NewComicBookDay. So if you ever wonder”What If?”, or utter the words “Just Imagine”, or love to argue “Who Would Win?” then this is the podcast for you. Let Chris and Mitch take you to another world, another time, and instruct you to “Imagine If…”.

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