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Freewrite Review — Freedom Ain’t Free

The folks at Astrohaus describe the Freewrite, originally Kickstarted as the Hemingwrite, as a “smart typewriter” meant to liberate the user from anything that isn’t your words, and to that end, they are endearingly precise. It is little more than a mechanical keyboard attached to an eInk screen with some Wi-Fi-powered cloud syncing. For that, […]

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Overwatch — First Impressions

At this point, we’ve got almost a full day of Blizzard’s Overwatch under our belt. Granted, we (and 9.7 million others) have already put hands on it with both the closed and open betas, but the full retail release is almost always a different story. Even after such a brief time, there’s so much to […]

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Doom Review — Hell And Back Again

Now that I’ve put my hands on it, the reason for withholding advance Doom copies for review is entirely unfounded. Rather than its three components telling a cohesive triptych of a tale, each one actually breaks down into a disparate novella. Most notably the campaign is an incredible revival that more than manages to drag […]

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