Review: Rare Replay

Review: Rare Replay
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The Nintendo 64 is the greatest, most important console ever. It’s a big claim, but the sheer amount of revolutionary concepts being brought, en masse, to fruition by one console, was a towering accomplishment. … read more

Review: Fraggle Rock: Journey to the Everspring

Review: Fraggle Rock: Journey to the Everspring
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Though we, the 20- and 30-something nerds, have hijacked the medium over the last few decades, comic books, for the most part, have been thought of as primarily for children. … read more

Review: C.O.W.L. Volume 2: The Greater Good

Review: C.O.W.L. Volume 2: The Greater Good
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The understated, dark, fantasy characters as normal folks thing has become a genre all on its own. … read more

Review: G.I. Joe: Snake Eyes, Agent of Cobra

Review: G.I. Joe: Snake Eyes, Agent of Cobra
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It’s been something like 13 years since I last consumed anything G.I. Joe–related. I missed the recent live-action films and, unfortunately, have not kept up with the comic book universe. … read more

Review: Nom Nom Galaxy

Review: Nom Nom Galaxy
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In the early ’90s, when we are all sitting around playing our Super Nintendos, I remember talking with my friends about different ideas for games—believe it or not, we never landed on the idea of a game about intergalactic soup domination. … read more

Review: Trials Fusion: Awesome Level Max

Review: Trials Fusion: Awesome Level Max
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The biggest issue I have with Awesome Level Max is that, even though at first this looks like a brand new experience, after a few hours it just feels samey. … read more

Review: No Time to Explain

Review: No Time to Explain
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Despite the game’s title, let me try to explain this to you. A puzzling, at times challenging platformer in which a giant, interdimensional, time-travelling monster has kidnapped your future self, and it’s up to present you (as well as multiple alternate-reality yous) to traverse through dimensions, armed with a propulsion gun, trying to save yourself and find out what the fuck is going on. … read more

Review: Spectra

Review: Spectra
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Spectra Gateway Interactive/ Mastertronic Reviewed on: Xbox One Also On: PC Street: 07.10 One of the stranger—perhaps more ironic—byproducts of this generation of souped-up consoles, is the amount of games

Battle of the Bands Benefit @ Food & Care Coalition, Provo with And The Winner Is., Mary K. Jackson, Seven Second Sunset, Kenzie James & the Knockouts, The Lovecapades

Battle of the Bands Benefit @ Food & Care Coalition,...
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Friday’s Battle was organized and hosted by the Food & Care Coalition to benefit their Provo facility that not only feeds over 100,000 people every year, but also provides those in need with showers, laundry, haircuts, job-seeking services and even chiropractic care. An organization that started as a group of local public officials, religious leaders and regular citizens who were concerned about the lack of services for Utah County’s homeless and low-income populations, the Coalition’s main focus is not only to feed these individuals, but to help them get on their feet with a myriad of services. This was the Center’s second year putting on such an event, following the success of last year’s edition. … read more

X96 Big Ass Show @ Gallivan Center 09.29.12

X96 Big Ass Show @ Gallivan Center 09.29.12
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 One my favorite things about Shrink the Giant’s performance was how lead singer Stefania Barr’s smile got wider and wider as the crowd began to fill in. By the end of their short set, she was beaming and most of the crowd was, too. It was hard not to like them and a lot of it had to do with Barr’s demeanor. … read more