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  • Small Crimes Review

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    [As Originally Read on SNo2 .] Small Crimes recently released on Netflix at the end of April and is the next in the seemingly endless stream of independent or miniature films to be featured on the streaming service. Unlike some of the drivel that often... More
  • Everything Wrong with Uncharted 4

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    A game that has a full solid 10 is a game that I had to judge! Despite what people think of the damn game, I will still judge it, no matter how small the pet-peeve is! Well, my sister rented the game and watched he play and beat the game, I saw it and... More
  • Remembering Defiance

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    A funny story about Defiance - it was one of those impulse buys back in the day, and I remember really liking it. And all this time, I never knew it was based on a TV show. I mean, I couldn't miss the SyFy logo plastered all over it, but I just assumed... More
  • Best Amateur Game - Bloodlust Shadowhunter

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    If you were to take a beloved PC classic like Vampire The Masquerade: Bloodlines and hand it off to a one man studio who...decided it should be a dungeon crawler first and foremost, you'll get something like Bloodlust. While it does have a hub with... More
  • “Damsels” of Zelda 101: Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild

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    It’s been a year since I finished my independent study where I examined The Legend of Zelda franchise from a feminist lens – and what a year it’s been. It only seems fitting that I celebrate the last 12 months by tackling the newest... More
  • The Best Games Period - Episode 61 - Shadow Complex

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    There was once a game called Advent Rising. It was hyped up as the next great science-fiction adventure that would transcend games and become something more. Unfortunately, it released in 2005 with a multitude of bugs in an era where patching post-release... More
  • Great Video Game Characters: Character Development

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    A sto ry would be basically nothing with a protagonist, Antihero, or a main/lead character. This can be said for many things like movies, plays, novels, and story's in general, but in this case: Video Games. In video games there are an abundance of... More
  • The Incredibles Part III: Let Me In

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    DISTINCTION: My 4th Favorite Movie of All Time Rotten Tomates page , IMDb entry Truly outstanding acting, atmosphere, and writing are the core elements of what makes this remake of the already-fantastic Let the Right One In just as good as (if not better... More
  • Guess that Game (May 2017)...

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    Ohai there Game Informer, last month's entry seemed to stump quite a few people, only ended up having 1 person be able to guess the game. It was a tough one for sure. This month's entry should be a little easier, I think... Allow me to welcome... More
  • The Essentials Challenge: Gerardo Exber - Fable

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    Happy May, party people! Kicking things off right, we have another Essentials Challenge entry for your reading pleasure. This time, Gerardo Exber completed one of Microsoft's first high-profile exclusives. Fable arrived on the scene looking to be... More
  • Abstract Review: Prey Demo

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    A few weeks or days ago, I wrote about how I'm skeptical about the game's release, since the new Prey is a reimagining of the original. Not too long after that, the demo was release as the first hour of the game was revealed to us. I got it and... More
  • The Greatest (Un?)Intentional References in The Witcher 3

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    [As Originally Read on SNo2 .] The Witcher 3 is still one of the greatest games of this generation and perhaps once you really get into it one of the greatest and most ambitious projects of all-time as well. As with any expansive quest to combat evil... More