Andy Wonnacott

Just a middle-aged man who finds time to sprinkle in work, basketball, TV and movies in between his love of gaming.
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Death’s Gambit Review: Close, But Not Quite

The last couple years marked a large saturation of the “Metroidvania” class of games; 2D platformers that allow extreme freedom…

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Editorial

As New Season Looms, Old Problems Return for NFL

In 2017, the NFL found itself caught in an uncontrollable maelstrom, dividing football-loving fans right down the middle. On one…

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Editorial

Is Idris Elba the Next Bond?

Life, Taxes, Death, and Bond. Those are the four things that are guaranteed in this world. In 1953, Ian Fleming…

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Brookstone, Another Victim in the Modern Era

For Americans everywhere, walking through the mall is a time-honored tradition. We may not purchase anything, often times settling on…

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Editorial

Keith Olbermann Returns to ESPN

Growing up with sports as a backdrop in my home, ESPN naturally could be heard in the area. Before the…

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Mission: Impossible – Fallout Review: A Wild Ride

(Warning: Some small spoilers below) In 1996, Mission: Impossible debuted on the big screen, following the groundwork laid by the…

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Editorial

Frasier May Return in Trend of Popular Show Reboots

2018 marks the season of the comeback. Roseanne, Murphy Brown, and Magnum P.I. are all returning to our television sets…

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Editorial

WWE Announces Evolution – An All-Female PPV

Throughout the history of the World Wrestling Entertainment company, the male wrestlers have taken up the majority of every show.…

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Jabra Elite 65t Review – A Worthy Purchase

As the life cycle of the truly wireless earbud continues forward, companies struggle to find the perfect set of features…

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Editorial

2018 Wimbledon Wrap-Up

If you are a fan of sports, the summer of 2018 has been a fun one. The World Cup had…

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