Tuesday, September 19, 2017

Not The Most Accurate Title - Sword Fight Ryview

Sword Fight, by Tovrick.


Sword Fight is an idle game where you slog through sword fights while training apprentices and buying upgrades. It's a pretty solid delivery of a manager idle game, but like several I've played lately, there isn't enough going on to really keep me entertained.

Saturday, August 19, 2017

"So They've Just Stopped Making Them Look Like Games" - Groundhog Life Ryview

Groundhog Life, by egosummo.

Groundhog life is an idle game (sort of). It's actually a time management game that transitions into an idle game once you've reset your game enough. This isn't necessarily new to idle games, but if you look at the two main fields, clicker and time management, this is 100% in the latter.

It's not a pretty game. I'm not even sure it's a fun game, in a strict sense of the word. But I'm obsessed with it.

Like, super obsessed.




Friday, August 11, 2017

Deadpool and Nick Fury Walk Into A Bar - The Hitman's Bodyguard Movie Ryview

The Hitman's Bodyguard, directed by Patrick Hughes.

I was lucky enough to attend a pre-screening of the movie, so I'm actually able to get this out when normal reviews would happen! Weird, isn't it?

Obviously, due to the early nature of this ryview, this will remain Super Ultra Spoiler-Free. The only details I'll reveal are the ones readily available on Wikipedia.


Ryan's Rating: 8 Motherfuckers/10

Ryan's Rycommendation: See the Movie


Monday, June 26, 2017

Legally Distinguishable Katamari - Idle Roller Flash Ryview

Idle Roller, by Truefire.


Do any of you Katamari? That game where you roll around and collect stuff to gain mass? Well, now there's an idle game that totally rips off that concept!

Monday, June 5, 2017

Wonder Woman Didn't Save the DCEU, But It's An Important First Step - Wonder Woman Spoiler Free Movie Ryview

Wonder Woman, directed by Patty Jenkins.


(Sidebar: I keep typing Woman Woman...not sure what's going on, but it that typo sneaks into the final article, just ignore it and move on).

I know it was the title of the article, but I'll reiterate here: Wonder Woman didn't save the DCEU, but it's an important first step. After 3 mediocre to bad entries, DC finally hits one out of the park. And I largely blame the director (although, as I describe below, a few other people deserve some credit).