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  • What DC's Films Division Can Learn From Their Games

    WARNING: For the sake of this discussion I will be talking about recent releases in both the DC Comics Cinematic Universe and their releases in the video game space. I will put a spoiler warning here now on anything that was released in the last three... More
  • Decay - The Movie That Broke Me

    I watch some pretty batshit stuff. From movies like Big Ben and Leaving D.C., a couple of decent found footage that's...actually kind of impressive with the special effects they don't use...and I'm not being sarcastic. For a movie where you're... More
  • Devil May Cry: The Animated Series Review. Keeping it...kind of cool I guess.

    Since Castlevania just had its anime adaptation release on Netflix, I’ve decided to review another adaptation of a beloved franchise about battling the supernatural: Devil May cry. Devil May Cry: The Animated Series released in 2007 and spans 12... More
  • Is Horizon's New Update Worth Visiting?

    Guerilla Games released an update to Horizon Zero Dawn featuring a New Game Plus mode as well as a new Ultra Hard difficulty. The update launched July 6th 2017, brought two new trophies and is available for free for all owners of the base game. In order... More
  • The Unique Aesthetic of Wilson's Heart and Monument Valley 2

    [As Originally Read on SNo2 .] Monument Valley was a very interesting and aesthetically pleasing project when it released so it stands to reason that the sequel should and would be as well. Although there are several new gimmicks and ideas in play for... More
  • Why I thought Castlevania sucked (and why it probably won't bother you at all)

    The Netflix Castlevania TV Series was released over the weekend. I only found out by chance when, on that lazy Saturday morning, I turned on Netflix to look for something to watch and came across it. And I was pretty excited at the time. I had heard that... More
  • The Best Games Period - Episode 68 - Crash Bandicoot

    Naughty Dog has always been a company that took risks, and there's certainly an argument to be made that Crash Bandicoot was one of the biggest risks that the company ever took. The project set out to overcome the main problems that plagued early... More
  • Overwatch Report System - Still Coming to Consoles

    Jeff Kaplan, Overwatch game director, posted on the forums at the beginning of the year that a console report feature was being worked on. There was no ETA but Kaplan hoped for Summer or sooner. On July 6th, Kaplan posted an update on the situation in... More
  • 2017 Gaming Update 4

    Okay, so, I started Fallout 4, got bored, opened Resident Evil 7, got stuck, and then binged five seasons of The Americans. I just now see I haven’t finished a game since February! Jeez, that feels bad. I don’t know that I can make it to my... More
  • Discussing TWD: A New Frontier

    [As Read on SNo2. ] It’s only been five years since gamers everywhere were first introduced to Lee Everett and Clementine. Since then we’ve been rocked by revelation after revelation and brutal death after brutal death in first Lee’s... More
  • How Saints Row Became A Successful Franchise By Ripping Off Grand Theft Auto

    It's kind of hard to beat a game like Grand Theft Auto V. Now, when I say that, I don't mean that the game itself is particularly hard; If you dedicate yourself and try your best, you can easily beat the main story and some of the extra side missions... More
  • One Man's Thoughts: Tokyo Xanadu

    Combining two great yet different things isn’t always a sure-fire thing. Sometimes it works (chocolate and peanut butter) and sometimes it just doesn’t (ice cream and pizza). Persona and Trails of Cold Steel are arguably two of the best JRPG’s... More
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