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GAME REVIEW | A Port Dilemma Awaits In "Corpse Party"

Corpse Party was a doujin game originally released back on the PC-9801 in 1996 by Team GrisGris with a variant...

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MUSIC REVIEW | Punk Goddesses TsuShiMaMiRe "Abandon" None With Latest LP

It was weird going a full year without a release from Japan's top punk queens TsuShiMaMiRe, but after cranking out album...

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When Worlds “Collide,” Hunter Valentine Comes Out Kicking

The recent popularity of indie rockers Hunter Valentine is well-waranted. After two solid albums (one of which, Lessons From The...

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Going Modern On Shakespeare With "Coriolanus"

Ah yes, Shakespeare. You've got to love the aspect of a updated/modern version of one of the classics of a...

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O'er The "Rampart" We Watched Were So Gallantly Streaming?

Rampart is one of those movies that shows the grittiest and grimiest pieces of the job working as an L.A....

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“Deadlight” Grows Dim Towards The End

The concept of Tequila Works' Deadlight seemed like a great idea. Take the gameplay elements of the critically-acclaimed Shadow Complex,...

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"Spec Ops: The Line" Offers New Perspective Into War-Based Gaming

Union general William Tecumseh Sherman once said, "War is Hell." Gamers who have spent countless hours on any Call of...

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REVIEW A BAD GAME DAY | “Last Action Hero”

Allow me to paint you a picture of a moment in my childhood. It was right after Christmas, 1994. I...

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"Kinect Sports" Sequel Gets The Competition Going

Okay kiddies, Kinect Sports: Season Two is pretty sweet. It's definitely a great game to be playing with the hellions,...

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Challenging Puzzles Lead To An On-Par "Conundrum"

It must be tough for Kim Swift. She could not have even predicted the monster she helped design over at...

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