Corsari does rely too much on luck at times, but the game has some truly interesting ideas which really make it stand out.
King’s Breakfast might not quite live up to some of Alan Moon’s other games, but it is a fun little card game that the whole family can enjoy.
Blokus 3D may be part of the Blokus franchise and share some things in common with other games in the franchise, but by adding the third dimension it creates its own unique game that fans of abstract strategy games should enjoy.
A review of the 2003 version of Astro Boy: The Complete Series on DVD from Mill Creek Entertainment.
Neopets Adventures in Neopia has some good ideas but not enough to sustain the game for anyone other than younger children and Neopet fans.
S.W.A.T. is one of the most average action/crime films you’ll ever seen but the Blu-ray video quality looks very good.
While Buzzword is a fun little party word game it does have some issues including not being original which keep it from being nothing more than a very average party game.
VisualEyes is an interesting concept that while fun kind of gets repetitive pretty quickly.
Battle of the Sexes: IQ Test is an awful game featuring terrible mechanics, a lack of questions, and completely unfunny (and somewhat sexist) humor.
While it might just be a variant of Dutch Blitz, Perpetual Commotion shows that competitive speed Solitaire makes for a fun card game.