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“The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening” Review

A true GameBoy classic is back... now at full retail price

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The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening for Nintendo Switch is a tough game to review because there are a few different aspects about it to consider. First of all, is the game itself good? In short, yes. Secondly, is it a good remake? In most ways, also yes. But does it feel like a product […]

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[Reviews] Movie Review: Pokémon — Detective Pikachu

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A children’s live-action comedy-mystery starring a talking mouse with a caffeine addiction, a searing wit that narrowly remains age-appropriate, and a heavy case of amnesia shouldn’t be such a successful combination, but it works well. Pokémon: Detective Pikachu is first and foremost a tech-demonstration movie whose splendid special effects take precedence above story complexity or […]

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[Reviews] Movie Review: Avengers – Endgame

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Avengers: Endgame, while remaining worth a watch, is not Marvel’s best work. It’s not the series’ funniest installment, despite devoting a remarkable fraction of its unnecessary running time to jokes and gags; it’s not the most thought-provoking, with story decisions and contrivances that undermine its “move-on” message on multiple occasions; it’s not even the most […]

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Planetes: Vol 1-2 Review: An Insightful Look Into Space Colonization

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Story  The story of Planetes follows the crew of the Space Debris Section, a unit of  the Technora Corporation. The point of the Debris Section’s is to prevent the damage or destruction of satellites, space stations and spacecraft from collision with the ridiculous amount of debris ( space garbage ) that are hovering in Earth’s orbit. So basically they are space Garbage men, now […]

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Berserk: The Black Swordsman Arc Review

The Black Swordsman Has Come

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  Berserk Published by: Hakusensha Monthly Animal House , Young Animal US Publisher: Dark Horse Writer/ Artist: Kentarō Miura Translator: Jason DeAngelis Letterer and Art Retouch: Dan Nakrosis   The Black Swordsman arc is the opening story to Kentaro Miura’s sweeping comic epic- or manga, if you’re inclined to use Japanese terminology. The story is told across the first […]

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The Wizards | PSVR Review – The Magic Touch

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IT’S IMPOSSIBLE NOT TO COMPARE CARBON STUDIO’S, THE WIZARDS ENHANCED EDITION FOR PSVR WITH THE RECENTLY RELEASED, THE MAGE’S TALE. BOTH GAMES STARTED LIFE AS PCVR GAMES, BOTH ARE FIRST PERSON, BOTH REQUIRE YOU TO USE MOVE CONTROLLERS, BOTH GAMES HAVE YOU PLAY AS A TRAINEE WIZARD AND BOTH GAMES REQUIRE YOU TO KILL ORCS […]

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[Reviews] Movie Review: Captain Marvel

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“Thank you, Stan.” Captain Marvel’s opening montage, a collection of Stan Lee portraits set against the Marvel Studios logo, is a poignant and meaningful dedication to an iconic personality who was partly responsible for giving popular culture a bevy of iconic characters with abilities as diverse as their backgrounds. They’re joined by Carol Danvers, an […]

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