Review: Ride

Review: Ride
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For those of you looking for a good racing game, Ride also fits the bill, though it doesn’t do anything particularly new for the genre. … read more

Review:  The Leftovers: The Complete First Season

Review: The Leftovers: The Complete First Season
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The Leftovers: The Complete First Season Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Street: 10.6 Two percent of the world’s population is gone. There’s no perceptible pattern as to who was taken. Nobody

Review: The Future Diary

Review: The Future Diary
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Future Diary isn’t without its minor issues. At times it seems like it’s trying a bit too hard to be dark and edgy, to the point of neglecting character development at times. … read more

Review: SOMA: How I Murdered Myself Twice

Review: SOMA: How I Murdered Myself Twice
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With SOMA, Frictional Games proves that they haven’t lost their touch. The worst thing I can say about it is that I would have preferred less horror elements. … read more

The Impact of Avatar and Korra: The Last Ear-bender

The Impact of Avatar and Korra: The Last Ear-bender
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The Impact of Avatar and Korra: The Last Ear-bender I got onto the Avatar bandwagon pretty late in the game, around the time that Book 2 of Legend of Korra

Danielle Powers: Post-super Superheroes

Danielle Powers: Post-super Superheroes
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Artist’s Alley is a bustling place, but even among the din, Dani’s voice is a presence impossible to ignore. Incredibly enthusiastic, Powers rocks a Spider-Gwen cosplay as she gives me

Review: Cross Of The Dutchman

Review: Cross Of The Dutchman
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If there’s something to take away from Cross Of The Dutchman, it’s that sometimes projects need to be allowed to die. … read more

Review: Cute Things Dying Violently

Review: Cute Things Dying Violently
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This game would’ve worked perfectly as an app for mobile phones, but even with a three-dollar price tag, it’s tough to recommend Cute Things Dying Violently. … read more

Review: Until Dawn

Review: Until Dawn
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Until Dawn Supermassive Games/Sony Computer Entertainment Reviewed on: PS4 (exclusive) Street: 08.25   Warning: Since Until Dawn is a story-heavy game, it bears mentioning that this review will contain minor

Review: Armello

Review: Armello
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Capitalizing on the success of franchises like Mario Party, Magic: The Gathering, and Hearthstone, developers are trying their hand at adapting a number of different types of tabletop board game play into a digital arena. … read more