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Where do I Even Start? Neo Yokio Review

To be honest I still don’t know what to say. This show is puzzling on so many levels that it almost makes me want to watch it a second time. ALMOST, but good heavens I won’t! Welcome to Neo Yokio everybody, buckle up, it’s going to be a bumpy ride. A weird place to visit I’m still not quite sure what this show is, a parody, just a comedy, a fanfic? It’s classified as a comedy so I’ll go with that I guess? I have to apologize if I’ve been confusing, it’s just that I’m confused myself. After watching the trailers, I approached this show expecting an absolute mess! But to be absolutely honest, the show didn’t meet those expectations either. I guess the problem is that I don’t know who the target demographic is for this show. It had some ideas that could have been good and smart, but they didn't get quite there, and almost smart is not the same as smart, it means you’re still dumb! Also, I don’t know how I would react to people cosplaying as this guys in an Anime Conv

Games I’m Looking Forward To ‘Project Octopath Traveler’ First Impressions

You know, this week I wanted to talk about Dragon Ball FighterZ’s close beta, the mechanics, the netcode, etc. Unfortunately I wasn’t part of the lucky chosen ones that join the close beta, so I’m going to talk about other games that I can’t wait to play. But in the mean time check out our YouTube gaming channel here A few weeks ago Nintendo gave us another “Nintendo Direct” and this time it was going to be longer than the one for E3, Yay! I gotta say though, I wasn’t too hype. We just got information about a lot of stuff we already knew, and I was aware that they were going to focus a great deal on “Mario Odyssey”. But there was a game I had my eye on from previous directs that they decided to talk about a bit more, and they surprise me with a demo for it. . “Project Octopath Traveler” is a JRPG developed by Square Enix that is a throwback to RPG’s of yesteryears with 2D-HD graphics. When we talk about throwback RPG’s, and Square Enix, you might immediately

Reboots that should happen!!!

By Corey Floyd Well, it’s that time again. Time to talk about reboots. I know we don’t like them as a whole but if done right you can have something great a few of these shows or movies. The following have been canceled or bombed at the box office due to someone dropping the ball and hopefully someone can pick it up.    Black Dynamite! Was only on Adult Swim for 2 seasons. The show is based on a movie starring Michael Jai White parodying blaxploitation films of the 70’s. The cartoon as an extension of that. Bringing back the cast of the film to play themselves in animated form. It was a very funny series but I don’t think the humor fell on a lot of people. The show was definitely was targeting a black audience which may have had a lot of it humor lost on people who don't know the culture. It was also not slotted well in conjunction with other shows such as. It’s content also could get very offensive. They did not hold back when it came it making fun of celebrit

IT... was LIT (Movie Review Spoilers Probably!!)

By Corey Floyd Well this summer has been very interesting movie wise there were hits misses and some straight up bombs.   But the one movie I have been waiting patiently for was the IT remake. For those of you that don’t know IT was a 2 part miniseries based on Stephen King novel of the same name. The story is about a small town in Maine (Like most King Novels) that is plagued with a series of kidnappings and deaths every 27 years. The series aired in 1990 to critical acclaim.  Now it’s on the big screen for a new generation. Oh shit!!!!! well played movie well played.   The main cast of this film is children. I love the fact that child actors are being taken more seriously these days. This cast is strong with new faces and and one strangely familiar. The main character is Bill who has a stuttering problem that only proceeds to get worse after the mysterious disappearance of his little brother. He is played by Jaeden Lieberher last scene in Dark comedy St. Vincent with