First WWE Slam Crate Unboxing & Review

I received my Slam Crate the other day and took pictures of my unboxing to share with everyone. I’m not the best at photography, so I apologize for the not so great quality.

Let’s get started.

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Review: Rocky Horror Picture Show 2016


The Rocky Horror Picture Show is quite possibly my favorite movie. I’ve loved it for years and when I heard they were doing a remake, I wasn’t thrilled, but I had hoped it wouldn’t be too bad. When I I heard it was going to be a TV movie on FOX and I saw the trailer, well…

So how did it turn out?

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Here There Be Dragons

Okay, so it’s been over a week. I’m still unsure as to what to really write about on here. I have a lot of vague ideas, but nothing concrete. It’ll probably be like this for the foreseeable future.

So instead of much substance, here’s another recommendation, this time a game: School of Dragons. It’s an MMO (with single player as an option) based on the How to Train Your Dragon movie and TV series. You become a dragon trainer yourself, hatching eggs and raising dragons. You can race against other players, go on quests, tend to your own farm, fight off invaders, play minigames, hang out with friends and chat, join a clan and compete against other clans, and so on. It’s an active game, with the dev team adding new lands, characters, and dragons semi-regularly. It’s a great game and you can easily earn the in-game pay currency (gems) via quests, daily log-ins, and so on without actually having to, well, pay for it. You don’t need a membership, but if you get one you get perks such as free monthly gems, being able to fly/race/etc. Toothless, getting Hiccup’s flight suit, instant access to the expansions, and more. It’s not a bad deal, but it isn’t needed to enjoy the game.

It’s a great game, but it’s definitely still a game in-progress. There’s bugs and glitches, though the major ones are usually resolved somewhat quickly. If you have issues, you can contact the forum admins that’ll pass on the issue to the dev team, or contact JumpStart directly.

Speaking of the forums, they’re active and usually low-key. This is a game designed for younger folks, so keep in mind there’s plenty of kids on the forum which may make it come across as immature or silly. It is at times, I admit, but there’s plenty of older players to chat with as well.

Overall it’s a fun, enjoyable game that can be played in your browser, on your desktop, or on your phone or tablet. If you like the HTTYD series, or even if you don’t, give it a look. You might just enjoy it as much as I do. =)

Let’s Do This

I’ve spent the past few days wondering just what on earth I should put as my very first post. I have several ideas for what I want to put on the blog, but which deserves to go first?

I decided on what I’m watching right now: Bob the Pet Ferret.

Now I know what you’re thinking and no, this isn’t a silly animal video. It’s actually a YouTube channel of the only Let’s Player I subscribe to right now. He’s hilarious and rather mellow. Best yet, he doesn’t scream or carry on like a lot of LPers do. He’s not as prolific as some LPers either, but for him I think it’s quality over quantity.

He’s particularly fond of the Tomb Raider series (classic and reboot) and the Uncharted series, and those are probably his best LPs, but that’s my opinion. His TR ones are particularly amusing with him “speaking” to Lara as he plays to which she “responds” and is revealed to be a parody of an over-the-top snooty rich person. It’s funnier than I sounds, I swear. His regular voice is quite nice, a lovely British baritone that’s relaxing to hear.

So if you’re looking for some enjoyable LPs, check him out. His current LP is of the Tomb Raider reboot that updates weekly.