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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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[Saint Patrick’s Day Movie Review] Noble, 2014

A decent but inspiring portrayal of a brave Irish woman who has improved countless lives.

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It’s not every day one is likely to hear about a young Irish woman leaving her home and friends behind to serve poor children on the streets of Ho Chi Minh City. Christina Noble, however, did just that, with her tireless devotion and love for the children of a war-ravaged nation leading to the making […]

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Nier:Automata Review

Another Masterpiece

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Square Enix, they are one of the leading companies in JRPGs. Lately, they have been veering more into action RPGs. Also well known for their unique flair for action in their cutscenes and movies. Yoko Taro, known for the Drakengard and the Nier series, which in turn was also published by Square Enix themselves. The two series, while quite […]

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5-Minute Reviews – Fire Emblem Heroes

Excellent mechanics weighed down by terrible Free-To-Play trappings

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How do you keep the legacy and mechanics of a multi-decade series alive while catering to the casual mobile gaming market? If someone figures this out, please contact Nintendo immediately. While at its core Fire Emblem Heroes is actually a very well crafted game, decisions made to capitalize on the money-making market that is iOS […]

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Steins;Gate 0: The Sidearc Review

El Psy Kongroo and the Curious Case of Hououin Kyouma

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Steins;Gate 0 exists on a curious premise. I’d hesitate to call it a sequel, even though it technically takes place after the chronological ending of the first game. Yet it also isn’t a prequel or even a sidequel. A side story might be most accurate for a term but even that would bring about the […]

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[Reviews] Movie Review: Rogue One – A Star Wars Story

Grim but optimistic, this grand contribution to a beloved series bridges old substance and new style.

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It’s hard to make “overwhelming odds” consistently feel convincing. Blockbusters have relied on those for so long that their villains and threats have to keep raising the stakes in order to be taken seriously. Rogue One takes a different approach–instead of making a “newer and bigger” Empire, it reminds us why the original was so […]

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