Beth Meadows

Beth Meadows
A graduate of Full Sail University in the field of Game Design, Beth currently works at a small game development studio as a QA Engineer (a fancy name for a QA Tester - which means she plays video games for a living). Beth is obsessed with Heroclix and loves all things BioWare. In her spare time she enjoys gaming, reading, writing, and playing with her dogs (yes, she's a crazy dog mom). She's also quite a big fan of sleeping and eating and is trying to figure out how to combine these abilities.
Shroud of the Avatar

Shroud of the Avatar Review (PC)

Shrouded in Atrocity   Look guys, RPGs are my thing. My. Thing. I know they can often be clunky and and even straight up atrocious at times, but I can’t help myself. Stories are an essential element of our everyday life, and a good RPG will always succeed in…
Far Cry 5

5 Things You Should Be Able To Do With Far Cry 5’s Animal Companions

Friends Are Good. Pets Are Better.   Are you playing Far Cry 5? Right now? Probably not right now, but if it’s not on your radar, you are missing out! Arguably one of the best experiences in games I’ve had in a long time (check my full review here),…
Far Cry 5

Far Cry 5 Review (PS4)

Welcome To Hope County   When I purchased Far Cry 5, I really didn’t know what to expect. All of the hype (and anger) building around this latest addition to the franchise had left me more than intrigued, especially since I had missed out on playing Far Cry Primal…
Rick and Morty

Rick and Morty #36 Review (Comic)

Hungry for Rick and Morty?     While Rick and Morty Season Four may be in limbo due to various contract negotiations, the show still continues, if only in spirit, in its comic book form. If you’re a fan who has been avoiding the comics from Oni Press all…

Song of Blood and Stone Review (Book)

Magic, Romance, and Race Take The Forefront in L. Penelope’s Song of Blood and Stone   Fantasy has some trouble these days with representation. Specifically, it has a lot of issues with being anything more than worlds filled with to the brim with white people. Be it elves, dwarves,…
Pure Farming 2018

Pure Farming 2018 Review (PC)

Pure Farming 2018: Farmer’s Tan Not Included   Farming isn’t exactly what most would consider to be an exciting activity. It’s generally hard work, filled with long days and nearly endless toil. It’s also not a very lucrative career path. That being said, it’s certainly honest work, and in…

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