Adan Jimenez

Adan Jimenez

Adan has worked for comic book stores, book stores, and gaming stores. And a hoagie sandwich shop once. Now he writes and edits all sorts of things. He loves comics, LEGOs, books, games (analog and video), Doctor Who, sandwiches, and his wife, Felicia. Not in that order, though.

Geek Review: LEGO Marvel Super Heroes 2

Traveller’s Tales returns to the Marvel toybox and uses dang near every toy in there for an incredibly...

Geek Review: The LEGO Ninjago Movie Video Game (PS4)

The LEGO Ninjago Movie Video Game is a pretty wild departure from Traveller’s Tales previous outings that changes...

Geek Review: FIFA 18 (PS4)

FIFA 18 is a great addition to the series with only a few flaws and missteps.

Geek Review – Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age (PS4)

Much better than Final Fantasy XV, and Vaan is nowhere near as obnoxious as Prompto.

Geek Review: Little Nightmares – The Secrets of the Maw: The Depths DLC

The Depths is a fantastic addition to Little Nightmares that is just as creepy, and a new way...

Geek Review: LocoRoco Remastered (PS4)

Now you can play LoroRoco on a 4K screen in your living room, and turn up that infectious...

Geek Review: Little Nightmares

Little Nightmares is an entertaining 2-hour diversion that is hampered slightly by its more game-like qualities.

Geek Review: LEGO Worlds (PS4)

There’s a lot of repetitive gameplay to get through before you can actually get to utilise the powerful...

Geek Review – Mass Effect: Andromeda

It's challenging, it's huge, and best of all, it's fun.

Geek Review: Final Fantasy XV

The game was never going to live up the hype, but it’s too bad it couldn’t even get...

Geek Review: Watch_Dogs 2 (PS4)

Watch_Dogs 2 is everything Watch_Dogs should have been, but wasn’t.

Geek Review – BioShock: The Collection (PS4)

If you’ve never played these games before on their original consoles, then do yourself the greatest of favours...