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Fight Club 2 (Graphic Novel) Review

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“Fight Club 2” comes 20 years after the original but does it still hold up? "Fight Club 2" comes 20 years after the original but does it still hold up? "Fight Club 2" is a sequel to the twisted and dark novel, "Fight Club" by Chuck Palahniuk that was released …

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Finding Dory (Film) Review

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For 13 years, fans of Disney, Pixar, and the original Finding Nemo (2003) have clamored for a sequel. Well, a sequel has finally come, but kids who remember Finding Nemo to be an untouchable work of art may find themselves a tad disappointed in Finding Dory. To be clear, I …

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Breached (PC) Review

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Beautiful and valiant, but insubstantial. Beautiful and valiant, but insubstantial. While the majority of video games nowadays heavily focus on combat, there is a dedicated subset that is attempting to move away from that. Games that focus on story, exploration, and traveling through worlds that have obstacles that cannot be …

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Mirror’s Edge Catalyst (PS4) Review

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Mirror’s Edge Catalyst offers fast paced and exciting game play, a boring narrative and an interesting open world for the protagonist, Faith, to navigate. For fans of the original Mirror’s Edge released in 2008, the experience will no doubt be disappointing when confronted with a multitude of bland and forgettable …

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Cryptocracy #1 (Comics) Review

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Cryptocracy #1: a strong opening to Darkhorse’s new franchise The first of issue Cryptocracy plunges the reader head first into a bizarre world that seems like ours. In reality, it is ruled from the shadows by a group of shadow organizations. Their assets include massive underground complexes, a small army …

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Lumo (Xbox One) Review

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Lumo is a strong platformer from the days of old. Isometric in nature, players move through a series of rooms to find collectibles and more. So to the point, simply survive. Lumo is a strong platformer from the days of old. Isometric in nature, players move through a series of …

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Demetrios (PC) Review

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Join Bjorn in Demetrios The BIG Cynical Adventure! COWCAT presents Demetrios The BIG Cynical Adventure. Inspired by classic point-and-cick games that have come before, Demetrios is sure to put a quirky spin on the genre. You play as Bjorn, a slobbish antiques dealer based out of Paris, France. After coming …

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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutants in Manhattan (Xbox One) Review

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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Heroes in a half shell – Turtle power! They’re the world’s most mediocre game (it kinda sucks)! They’re heroes in a half star game, and they’re lame (hey, let ‘er rip) Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Heroes in a half shell …

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Hard Reset Redux (Xbox One) Review

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The popular cyberpunk title from the PC, Hard Reset Redux is now available for consoles. This first-person shooter is chock full of destruction, weapons and robots. The popular cyberpunk title from the PC, Hard Reset Redux is now available for consoles. This first-person shooter is chock full of destruction, weapons and robots. …

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Odin Sphere Leifthrasir (PS4) Review

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A side-scrolling classic, Odin Sphere Leifthrasir is the definitive gold standard in video game remakes. A side-scrolling classic, Odin Sphere Leifthrasir is the definitive gold standard in video game remakes. Originally released in 2007 for the PS2, Odin Sphere is a side-scrolling action role-playing game. Think Contra but more aesthetically pleasing, and …

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