The man, the myth, the legend Todd Howard jumped on stage to deliver the first public demo of Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. Before starting the presentation, Howard had a few words to share about the […]
This is one house worth moving into **Warning this review contains spoilers from the third episode of Breaking Bad. ** After last week’s subpar episode, Breaking Bad returned to form with an episode filled with great […]
I’m on to you Jon Favreau. With all the fake “B” movies coming out lately that turn out to be good (Machete, Hobo with a Shotgun) the average movie goer is getting used to the […]
In this episode the Error! Report crew kick things off with a long list of what has been going on lately. From boat rides, to Comic-Con we discuss just about everything possible in the entertainment […]
Darkspawn make a return as an enemy, but don’t change anything up, even the color palette. Dragon Age II has a new DLC expansion that gives you a longer mission to get you to jump […]
Let it never be said that we are cynical bastards that don’t know how to enjoy ourselves. Ergo, we listen to a lot of music, and it’s safe to assume that you do too. So […]
Catherine is a game that makes you think; not just because the puzzles require brain function to solve, but to think about relationships as well. Once the training wheels were off I suddenly found myself not playing a game, but a deep morality driven experience. Puzzles aside, Catherine asked me questions I never really thought of, but took the time to actually reflect on my answers, and how others might react to them. I wasn’t thinking in terms of “this is a game; law is one path, chaos is another.” I was thinking about my own experiences and how the relationships I’ve had have shaped me. This is the greatest achievement of Catherine, but also the greatest weakness.