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Semispheres Review — Break Yourself

Semispheres feels impossible. Not that it, as a puzzle game, actually is unsolvable, but it very often feels like what it wants from you would require you to rip your brain in half. The key, however, to the game is that it doesn’t quite make it necessary and instead teases you with the possibility of […]

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You Don’t Want To Go To E3

The fervor that many of you feel—that urgency—to go to the annual Electronic Entertainment Expo is what keeps this industry alive. Otherwise the people that get into making games wouldn’t be there, no one would watch the endless hours of YouTube content, and somehow even fewer people would read the words journalists write. That is […]

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John Wick: Chapter 2 Review — It’s Lit

John Wick: Chapter 2 has the impossible task of following up one of the most unlikely successes in the history of Hollywood, yet it does exactly that with an incredible fervor and panache. It cranks up much of what made the 2014 experiment work past what you’d expect to either function or exist, managing to […]

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The Lego Batman Movie Review — The Good Kind Of Batty

On the list of Impossible Tasks in Hollywood, hitting hard with the big boys like explaining what happened to Brendan Fraser or not whitewashing thoroughly ethnic properties is the oft forgotten spin-off. Perhaps it’s because it’s such a fully vetted rule that you don’t hear about many attempts. (Need I remind you of The Scorpion […]

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Prince of Peace — The Last Thoughts

It’s been almost two years now since the first issue of The Rise of the Antichrist came out. It was a strange and fascinating indie comic release. The fact that it was so odd, actually, was the only reason I took interest in it back then. It’s not often, after all, you find a comic […]

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