Justin enjoys most games. He is currently learning the ins and outs of competitive modern Magic while enjoying all sorts of other gaming mediums, assuming he can find the spare time.

A Crown of Swords: Book 7 of the Wheel of Time

Things are heating up in the world. Literally. A Crown of Swords, Robert Jordan’s seventh book in the Wheel of Time saga, sees Rand taking a firmer hand on the people surrounding him, while learning to enjoy his time with Min and those he truly trusts. Meanwhile, Egwene, now Amyrlin of the rebel Aes Sedai, uses her resources to learn and manipulate those who would have manipulated her as she works to depose Elaida. After Rand’s rescue from the Aes Sedai loyal to Elaida, he returns to find Cairhien in revolt, in a small way. His justice is swift and

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Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild

Sandbox fun comes to one of our favorite mutes The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is the Switch’s iteration of the old classic series Legend of Zelda for Nintendo. It opens up the world in a sandbox type way, filling Hyrule with little things to do and places to find and explore. It has a lot of familiar feels to older Zelda games but adds just enough interesting things to feel fresh and interesting.   The story is pretty straight forward, if slower to be revealed than you would think. Ganon is back, but this time he won

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Lord of Chaos – Book 6 of the Wheel of Time

What’s in the box!? Lord of Chaos, book six of Robert Jordan’s Wheel of Time epic, picks up quickly after Fires of Heaven. Rand al’Thor rules both Cairhien and Andor, but at a great cost. Now he faces not only the expected enemies, but their machinations with those who should be his allies. While in Andor, Rand meets with a ‘new’ character that plays a large part throughout the remainder of the series, if often from the sidelines, Mazrim Taim, a false Dragon from Saldaea that was captured but escaped when Rand rightfully claimed his title of Dragon. Taim is

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Super Mario Odyssey

Hey look, another Mario platformer… Super Mario Odyssey is the Switch’s obligatory tribute to the fat plumber that Nintendo pumps out every console generation. If you’ve played any Mario game since video games went out of 2D mode, you probably have a pretty good idea of what Odyssey is. You probably read that and think I do not like Super Mario Odyssey, but you would be wrong. The game is engaging and entertaining, but while its new game play mechanic is interesting and adds some new elements to the series, it is still just a Mario game. If you liked

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