Empire Seige (2015) - Video Game Review

A surprisingly addictive game!
You know as time goes on I have to admit that I am becoming more and more impressed with the types of games that are coming out on the mobile phone... I mean Marvel's, 'Contest Of Champions' is absolutely an amazing good time, and even Grepolis is completely addictive!

Well recently I have been looking for a new game to add to my mobile phone... You know... For while I am waiting for something to occur... And I recently found one that maybe one of my personal favorite games... Not just on the phone, but in general!

That game being: Empire Seige (2015)!

Trust me... It may sound corny, but it is a total blast! 
Released by: Elex, this awesome game has you playing as the leader of your own ancient city/state empire, and what you want to do is grow your city and grow your resources, and use some of both to go to war with computers, as well as real players in an attempt to destroy their cities, or defend your own city from them!

Now you might be wondering why this game is so addicting... Well you know how most of the truly great strategy games require that you wait forever to go from one turn to the next? Well this one has a pretty quick counter for each move you make, which makes long term play so much more cool!

Anyway, if you haven't tried this game yet, do so... I doubt you will regret it!

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Season After: Cry Little Sister (2010) - Song Review

The original song for this movie is amazing, and the remake also pays homage to the original song quite well!
You know I will be honest and say that I do rather enjoy remixes, or re-done songs... Don't get me wrong, the originals are almost always the best, but some times, just some times you find one that is so good, that it actually comes close to the original... It's rare, but true...

Now the reason that I mention this is that there is a song that was done by Gerard McMann that was done for the classic horror movie, The Lost Boys (1987) called, 'Cry Little Sister'!

Now don't get me wrong, this song is freaking awesome! I mean it was truly a great addition to the movie, and in my opinion has actually helped make the movie the masterpiece that we all know and love today... But as a stand alone it is still just as good!

I mean it is one of the heavy metal songs that is not just people screaming, but it is a heavy metal song with a sort of a dark story to it that is just a lot of fun! And you know what? The original song was truly awesome, and the 2010 remake of the song by, 'Seasons After' did a great job as well!

Season After remaking the 1987 classic, 'Cry Little Sister'!

Now I stand by the fact that what Gerard McMann did when he made the original song was a pure masterpiece (as a matter of I would say that it is probably in my top 10 favorite songs of all time!)

But there are two things about this song that I have to say that I am truly impressed with... They are the fact that this song seems literally to be an homage to the original song, but while making it an updated version of the classic song, so that they didn't end up doing like what happened with the remake to the movie Psycho (1998)... That being the fact that in the remake to Psycho, they basically made a disjointed version of Alfred Hitchcock's movie, but sort of set in the modern age... That form of remaking Cry Little Sister, Season After did not do!

So if you haven't had a chance to listen to this song yet, check it out, I think you're gonna really like it... I know I do!

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Batman Vs. Darth Vader... A Battle Royale We All Want To See!

The battle we have been waiting for!
So crossovers, no matter what the genre for decades have been something that has been really popular for decades... Rather you want to see the crew of the, 'U.S.S. Enterprise' teaming up with the, 'X-Men', or if you want to see Ash fight just about every big bad movie villain to have come out in the last 30 years!  Fans have wanted it... And mostly in written form they have gotten it!
Well a few months ago I was looking around at videos on youtube and I found a video of the evil, 'Galactic Empire's', 'Dark Lord Of The Sith', 'Darth Vader,' fighting Gotham's own, 'Dark Knight', 'Batman'... And it wasn't some weird mashup, or some one with no budget trying to have some fun... 

This particular video is a total blast, and although it is definitely indie, you could tell that some serious thought, and some serious capital went in to making this the best that it could be, so check it out! 

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