About Chris

Ever since I was bitten by a radioactive video store employee and then hit by toxic waste, I have been able to withstand the mind numbing effects of terrible movies.
Website: http://www.thechrischeng.com
Chris has written 324 articles so far, you can find them below.

The Pull List: BANKSHOT #1 & #2

Who doesn’t like a good action packed revenge tale? (I sure do!) Comic creators Alex de Campi, CHRISCROSS and Snakebite Cortez introduce a new action packed story in BANKSHOT, a limited series published by Dark Horse Comics. BANKSHOT is a series about Marcus King, a former American solider turned billionaire and secret terrorist. Hidden behind his rich […]
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RGR: TooManyGames 2017

In case you haven’t checked out the last month’s video about Dave’s experience about TooManyGames 2017, here’s a quick video about Dave’s favorite memories and pick ups.
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Review: Shu – Caverns of the Nightjars PS4 edition

Out now on the PS4 & PC, Shu: Caverns of the Nightjars  by Coatsink & Secret Lunch is the free DLC expansion that adds extra levels and character combinations to the already highly entertaining Shu game. The PC version had received the first 3 levels back in April, the PS4 version receives the completed expansion May 23rd. […]
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Preview of TooManyGames 2017

This entry is part 8 in the series EA at TooManyGames
It’s almost summer, and our annual visit to Too Many Games is approaching. Held on Jun 23-25, Too Many Games is three days of panels, tournaments, indie games and geek shopping located under one giant roof. Meet online content creators, musicians and geeky icons while being surrounded by tons of gaming entertainment. We’ve been attending for the past […]
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Review: Boomerang App

As a huge cartoon fan I was pretty excited to see more options to watch classic cartoons that I don’t seem to come across too easily these days. In the dark days of 1991, there were few TV channels that was dedicated to just cartoons all the time. The reasonable options was to rush home after school […]
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Review: Asura

Chris takes on various Indian mythological creatures in the new game Asura from Ogre Head Studios, which features randomly generated levels in the vein of Diablo or Torchlight.
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Review: Will Save the Galaxy for Food

Will Save the Galaxy for Food is sci fi comedy novel that reads like a season 2 episode of Futurama and making all the bad decisions in the Mass Effect games (Which are both good things for the nerdy uninitiated). I’ve been a fan of Yahtzee’s humor from his works on Zero Punctuation and his […]
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