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Review: Banner of the Maid (NSW) — Vive la Révolution Tactique!

Games like XCOM 2 and Mutant: Year Zero has kept the turn-based strategy genre relevant until today, but the classic ‘Tactics’ games have not seemed the same kind of limelight in recent years. That’s how Banne...
 
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First Impressions: GENSHIN IMPACT More Than Meets The Eye

We often say that imitation is the greatest form of flattery, and MiHoyo’s upcoming sandbox title is about as flattering as games come. While Genshin Impact’s aesthetic and unique design drew interest from JRPG fans...
 
 
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REVIEW: Bioshock – The Collection (NSW) – A Ported Classic

Before First Person Shooters became the competitive gaming that it is known today, it started out as an alternative way of story telling in video games. Instead of the traditional over the shoulder, 3rd person action adventure ...
 
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REVIEW: Finding One’s Way in DEINE FARBE

Allow me to peruse you with a quick story, if I may. While thinking of a hundred ways to begin the article, my thoughts kind of drifted at a distance, and I can’t help but recall my collegiate years. There were moments du...
 
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REVIEW: Child’s Play (2019) – Serviceable Killing Spree

For Andy's (Gabriel Bateman) birthday, Karen Barclay (Aubrey Plaza) gets her son the most popular toy in the market: the smart doll Chucky (Mark Hamill). Little do the two know that the birthday gift would be the cause of horro...
 
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REVIEW: Brightburn – Super Murder Boy

The Breyers adopt an alien baby who crash lands on their farm, only for their beloved son to grow up into a super-powered being of pure evil
 
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REVIEW: Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice — Not Just a Re-skinned Souls Game

From Software became a prominent name in the game industry after the release of Dark Souls — a game famous for it’s crushing difficulty that became a genre-defining franchise. I guess you could say that I’m among th...
 
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REVIEW: Captain Marvel – Girls Just Want to Have Photon Blasts

The amnesiac warrior-hero Carol Danvers (Brie Larson) finds herself caught in the middle of the war between the Kree and the Skrulls, and must find a way to stop the conflict before it spills to Earth.
 
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REVIEW: “The Predator” (2018) – A Terrible Hunt

The blood feud between the Predators – the universe’s most dangerous hunters – spills into American suburbia, where it’s up to a unit of disgraced soldiers, shady government scientists and a boy to stop the fight and find out w...
 
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REVIEW: “The Meg” – Or How China Killed Shark Movies

When an ocean-based research facility is besieged by the prehistoric Megalodon, expert deep sea diver and rescuer Jonas Taylor (Jason Statham) is tasked to save the lab’s inhabitants and kill the ancient shark before it reaches...
 
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