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Review: Ittle Dew 2

When the Nintendo Switch debuted earlier this year, it didn't just bring a new way to game. It brought a new Legend of Zelda game to the franchise in the form of Breath of The Wild, completely revamping the legendary game series by taking it to the open world and letting players loose in the… Continue reading Review: Ittle Dew 2

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Review: The Room

Often hailed as one of the worst movies ever made, The Room seems like an exercise to show how NOT to make an independent film failing to meet the most basic standards of what makes a movie good. Despite plentiful shortcomings, The Room is far from unwatchable. It's actually enjoyable from an ironic point of… Continue reading Review: The Room

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4 Indie Horror Games To Die For This Halloween

It's that time of the year once again, leaves are changing colors, it's getting colder outside and Halloween is almost upon us and that means it's time for horror games.  A staple genre, horror games earned their place in video game history with some AAA heavy hitters ranging from Alone in the Dark to Resident… Continue reading 4 Indie Horror Games To Die For This Halloween

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Review: The Survivor

Set in a post-apocalyptic world where the air we breathe is toxic and fresh air is now a precious resource, The Survivor, a short film directed by Christopher Carson Emmons, is surprisingly well done and quite enjoyable. The short follows a young boy named Billy as he travels across the wasteland with his toy robot companion… Continue reading Review: The Survivor

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Review: Gentlemen’s Fury

Dark comedy, Gentlemen’s Fury is one part tennis movie, one part Fight Club and all parts boring. It is the story of tennis player Aaron Faust, played by Ben Sharples (also the film's writer), whose life seems to be crumbling after an outburst at a tennis match. As he comes to terms with being thrown… Continue reading Review: Gentlemen’s Fury

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Early Access Review: We Happy Few

Imagine one day you wake up and realize that everything you've ever seen or known is a lie. Your life, and the town in which you live, is all an illusion made possible by a drug that the government pushes on you, saying that it's for your own good and will make everything better. That,… Continue reading Early Access Review: We Happy Few