The Force of Star Wars

Star Wars

By Tom Farmer

I was born in 1988 so I never got the chance to experience the first impact that the original Star Wars trilogy had in pop culture in the 70’s and 80’s. Star Wars is more than a few movies that made a bunch of money Continue reading “The Force of Star Wars”


Backwards Compatibility Wins E3


By Tom Farmer

A few months back, the biggest annual event for gamers and nerds alike took place in Los Angeles when E3 popped into town. Every year, there is a bunch of hype surrounding the event because of all the new features that gaming consoles can perform and the newest consoles and games are teased or even shown during separate showings from Microsoft, Sony, Nintendo and so on Continue reading “Backwards Compatibility Wins E3”

You better shout, you better run and hide. Krampus is coming to town

By Tom Farmer

Based of an old, German legend dating back to pre-Christian traditions, Krampus is basically known as the “Anti Santa” who punishes the bad boys and girls around Christmas. Continue reading “You better shout, you better run and hide. Krampus is coming to town”

Halo 5: Guardians. Painfully Average


By Tom Farmer


As a teenager, my best friend Dave and I were obsessed with video games. Nintendo 64, Playstation 2, Game Boy Advanced, Nintendo GameCube. You name the system that was big in the early 2000’s, we had it. Many Saturday nights were spent winning the Tag Team Championships together in WrestleMania 2000 until 2 in the morning or defeating the evil King K. Rool in Donkey Kong 64. Those are some of the best memories of my life. Around 2004, I went over to Daves house because he told me about a new system that his mom got for him for his birthday. The Xbox. At first, I wasn’t impressed. “Oh it’s just another knock off gaming system that wont be able to be as big as Playstation or Nintendo” I told him. He brushed that off and said “Let’s play Halo.”  Continue reading “Halo 5: Guardians. Painfully Average”