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Review: Overwatch: Legendary Edition (Switch)

Review: Overwatch: Legendary Edition For Nintendo Switch

At long last, Overwatch has finally landed on Nintendo Switch. After what seemed like a constant waltz of “will they or won’t they” with Blizzard following a leaked Overwatch Switch case on Amazon, the official announcement game. Busy, casual, and downright lazy Overwatch fans across the world rejoiced. Sure, the graphics and performance would obviously […]

Review: WaterField Sutter Sling Pouch & Nintendo Switch Taco

A while ago, the folks at WaterField sent us a new Nintendo Switch item to check out with their new Sutter Sling Pouch & Switch Taco. The company has sent us a couple of Switch-related carrying bags in the past, with some high-quality material inside each one. But no two are ever the same as […]

Mad Men Gets Funko Pops and Don Draper Has Arrived [Review]

“Mad Men” Gets Funko Pops! & Don Draper Has Arrived [Review]

Mad Men was one of AMC’s He claims the television shows. It is nice to see that we will be getting some recognition for such an amazing show. Funko has announced madman Funko’s a while back but we finally see them hit stores. These collectibles are for the faint of heart as a show wasn’t […]

To Me My X-Men with Marvel 80 Years Funko Pops [Review]

To Me, My X-Men, With Marvel 80 Years Funko Pops! [Review]

Funko has been releasing a lot of Marvel 80th-Anniversary Funko Pop! figures. These figures have been paying tribute to the past 80 years of Marvel with new sleek boxing as well as first appearance, pictures on the back. We have already seen X-Men members Iceman and Beast but this time we were able to get […]

Review: Dungeons & Dragons - Baldur's Gate: Descent Into Avernus

Review: Dungeons & Dragons – Baldur’s Gate: Descent Into Avernus

There are very few places in Dungeons & Dragons lore that make players loathe their previous choices. The Nine Hells are probably at the top of the list. Oh sure, there’s a pantheon of places people don’t really want to go when it comes right down to it, because big dungeons and nasty dragons scare […]

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Review: KNOW! The Google Assistant Board Game By Ravensburger

We’ve had some pretty good luck with Ravensburger in the past when it came to board games, so we were stoked to try out a new one called KNOW! This particular game is a trivia challenge where you can use Google Assistant to play the game. But does the concept actually come out working alright? […]

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Review: “The Chameleon” By Big Potato Games

One of the board games we recently received and had a chance to sit down and review with some friends was The Chameleon from Big Potato Games. We haven’t seen much from this particular company when it comes to games for review, so it was interesting to see a big multiplayer game come in the […]

"Throne of Eldraine" Product Review, Part 1 - "Magic: The Gathering"

“Throne of Eldraine” Product Review, Part 3 – “Magic: The Gathering”

Tomorrow (Friday, October 4th), Wizards of the Coast will be finalizing the release of its 82nd expansion set for Magic: The Gathering, Throne of Eldraine. This comes after a successful launch on their digital interface, Magic: The Gathering: Arena, and their prerelease events last weekend. Certainly, for many the tension to see what’s in their booster […]

"Throne of Eldraine" Product Review, Part 1 - "Magic: The Gathering"

“Throne of Eldraine” Product Review, Part 2 – “Magic: The Gathering”

Yesterday, we reported on how awesome the booster boxes for Magic: The Gathering‘s newest set, Throne of Eldraine, are. This was through the acquisition of all manner of Throne of Eldraine products in the process, including a Bundle and the two Planeswalker Decks, something we’re very grateful for. Today, we at Bleeding Cool have the honor […]

"Throne of Eldraine" Product Review, Part 1 - "Magic: The Gathering"

“Throne of Eldraine” Product Review, Part 1 – “Magic: The Gathering”

Magic: The Gathering is rolling out their 82nd expansion set, Throne of Eldraine, and even though many, many people attended the prerelease events that Wizards of the Coast had held for the set, October 4th (this Friday!) can’t come soon enough. That in mind, working at Bleeding Cool has its perks, for just last night I […]


Review: The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening

Clear back in 1993, when the Game Boy was still a hot commodity for gaming on the go, The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening was a battery killer. Back when I owned the original, I must have beat it about half a dozen times on the Game Boy, Game Boy Color, and Super Game Boy. […]

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Review: Dog Might Games’ Token Shield

The folks over at Dog Might Games sent us a couple of items to get our tabletop gaming on with for review, one of which was the Token Shield. This is one of the many wooden products the company makes for players of many RPG titles. But how well does this shield work for what […]

Review: UNIQLO's Overwatch Brand T-Shirts

Review: UNIQLO’s Overwatch Brand T-Shirts

Earlier this year, the folks over at Blizzard managed to get together with UNIQLO and put together a set of Overwatch brand t-shirts. I was lucky enough to get a couple of these before they were released to the public and have been wearing them around for a while to get reactions before giving a […]

Review: S.H. Figuarts & Bandai’s Super Mario Figures

A short time ago we received this fun package in the mail, as S.H. Figuarts and Bandai released a set of Super Mario figures from Nintendo. The companies have released a few different sets of the toys, and we got what is essentially a starter kit for the entire line in the mail for review. […]

Review: EON's Super 64 HDMI Adapter For The N64

Review: EON’s Super 64 HDMI Adapter For The N64

For those who still own a physical Nintendo 64, working with a modern-day HDTV can be a pain when trying to play some retro titles. Sure, there are wiring options for the old-school into the new-school, but anyone (like myself) who has dealt with that nightmare on older consoles would love an alternative. Lucky for […]

[REVIEW] "Gang Beasts" is Zany Party Madness

[REVIEW] “Gang Beasts” is Zany Party Madness

Gang Beasts is a multiplayer party game where players control gelatinous characters and take part in slaptstick fight sequences. It’s a party game meant to be taken lightly, which is great, except that the player base is so small it makes the online matchmaking pointless. The concept and execution are relatively solid, however, unless you […]

"Killing Floor: Double Feature"

“Killing Floor: Double Feature” Doesn’t Evolve Much, but That’s Okay

Tripwire Interactive and publisher Deep Silver released the Killing Floor: Double Feature eariler this year to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the franchise. The Double Feature includes both Killing Floor 2 and Killling Floor: Incursion which is a VR spin-off of the franchise. Both games stick to the basic formula of having players brutally murder a bunch of […]

"We. The Revolution" is a Great Concept with Poor Execution

“We. The Revolution” is a Great Concept with Decent Execution

Klabater and Polyslash’s We. The Revolution is a unique in both gameplay concept and art-style, as it puts players in control of a Tribunal Judge during the French Revolution. Players will need to pass sentences, play the politics, and do everything in their power not to be the next one brought to the guillotine. The game […]

"My Time at Portia" Review

“My Time at Portia” is a Charming Crafting Game

Team 17’s My Time at Portia is a cute, relaxing crafting game where players restore the neglected family workshop and fulfill commissions, grow crops, raise animals, and befriend the inhabitants of the post-apocalyptic town called Portia. Players need to gather, mine, and craft their way to being the top workshop in town, and they may just […]