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Surprisingly Cooperative

Travel is a supremely solitary experience. Or at least it can be. Almost every component of it is made to isolate you from the throngs of people that surround you. Airport security processes you as singular threats, not as companions. Plugged into a seat, you are a capsule in a tube of pills. Face forward, […]

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Bounden And Fun With Strangers

Scientists and journalists share a single very importing and wholly defining quality: curiosity. (It’s okay; I have degrees in both fields, so I can say that.) The former want to know how the world works and the latter want to know, well, pretty much everything. It feels like a hair-thin divide that decides where these […]

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Hitman Go Review: Sliding Scale

Hitman Go appears to be the answer to the question of what happens when you through Agent 47 into a pot and let him boil. All of the marketable stuff like explosions and gunfights start to evaporate and simmer off into the air. It reduces down further and further until you’re left with this strange […]

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Monument Valley Review: New Perspective

Mobile games are chockfull of potential in spite of and due to their platform’s limitations. When they hunker down and focus on one or two key aspects, they have a chance to find what their peak forms can take. Ridiculous Fishing, for instance, excelled at giving the player tangible, progressive upgrades free from frustration or […]

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A Flappy Quandary

There are a lot of mysteries out the in world to be solved. For instance, what comes after death? Are toast and bread really two different things? Do ghosts exist? (But seriously, that toast thing.) Many of them have been lumped into a large pile under tarp labeled “Unsolvable.” A few others go into the […]

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