It’s finally here. The Blacklist: Redemption premiered its pilot episode, “Leland Bray.” Tom Keen is called to duty to help bring home a CIA operative and her son. The catch? He has to work side by side with Matias Solomon, the man who almost killed his wife and unborn child.
Reddington is getting desperate knowing that someone in his inner circle is out to get him. He invites all of them to a dinner party. Red wakes up the next day in a hospital bed, barely able to breathe. The clock is on to find out who poisoned Red and
Microsoft continues to push alternative methods of pushing their platform since they are being thoroughly outpaced by their competition in terms of exclusive titles. It’s no secret that Sony has been nailing this early part of the year. With highly critically acclaimed (by players and the media) titles such as
Team Scorpion has to travel to Greenland for this week’s case. They are headed to the World Seed Vault which protects crop diversities against catastrophes. It ensures the world has backup seeds in case disease, parasites, or climate change destroys agricultural output. When they get there, the power is out.
Arrow gave us some friendly faces this week when China White, Liza Warner, and Carrie Cutter aka Cupid, escape custody and wreak havoc on Star City. Meanwhile, Susan Williams is closing in on the truth about Oliver, and Thea and Felicity work to throw her off the scent. Our three
“Attack on Gorilla City” represents the first half of the two-part episode with the return of Gorilla Grodd who was thrown to Earth-2 where he joined the group of gorillas from Gorilla City. As with many multi-part episodes, this one definitely does has the feeling of that first part; It
Love is in the air this week on Supergirl. It’s Valentine’s day, and both Alex and Mon-El are ready to have a traditional sappy Valentine’s day. Kara is slightly preoccupied when Mr. Mxyzptlk wants to court her into marrying him. He vows to wow her, until she falls madly in
We’ll get this out of the way early; I’m generally not a fan of puzzle platformers. They often just feel too tedious and random for me to be able to pull any fun out of the title. Sure, there are exceptions to my dislike of puzzle platformers, the notable title