Monthly Archives: November 2015

Boxed Culture: Cubical Tactics

Someone came into the shop the other day and asked what game would be good to play in a cubicle farm. After a short amount of thought the one we had in the shop that I thought would fit best was Zombie Dice. It can be passed around, each players turn […]

Graphic Reviews: Sandman Overture

Sandman Overture As is the case for most of us who celebrate the holiday, Thanksgiving means one word to me: family. Whether it’s the family given to you by blood or the family you’ve chosen for yourself, today is the day for being thankful for those you love. So it […]

Boxed Culture: Your Saturday Holiday Shopper

So it is the time of year again where we spend crazy amount of money on other people for the holidays and I kinda figured it was time I made a shopping guide for you wonderful readers! I’m gonna go over three different people you may be buying for and what the best […]

Graphic Review: Alias & The Pulse

When it comes to superheroes, I have to admit that I’ve always been more of a DC girl. I grew up watching the Batman Animated Series with my brother and Batman has always been my favorite hero. But the longer I read graphic novels and the longer the movie and […]

A Bard’s Eye View: A Concert for the Ages

A Concert for the Ages Blind Guardian In my formative years of experiencing the side of European metal, Blind Guardian was one of my earliest discoveries.  In my days of the chatrooms, Blind Guardian was described as “Power metal, but for men” and also as the only power metal band […]

Boxed Culture: Loving the Local

Frequently the discussion comes up in board gaming whether to buy from your friendly local game store (FLGS) or an online retailer. While online retailers tend to offer lower prices and a very good stock of games, FLGS’s are a place we gather with frto play and enjoy the games […]

Graphic Reviews: Mass Effect

For as much as I love to talk about video games, I haven’t been playing them all that long. I wasn’t one of those kids that grew up with a Dreamcast or a Playstation. My parents were convinced that video games rotted your brain and so it took years of […]

A Bard’s Eye View: Satisfying 15-year-old Me

Satisfying 15-year-old Me Seeing Sevendust perform live for the very first time I’m often known for being critical of music that is consistently on the radio.  I’m not a big fan of choruses and the music I listen to tends to be a little more aggressive than the average person […]

Roll the List #37: Kyle’s Take 1

Top 5 Cult RPG Video Games Today on Roll the List we are all looking at our top 5 favorite cult video game RPGs. I love these cult lists because they always push me to not just think of what is popular but what makes me just giddy when I […]