• Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE Encore Review: Fire Emblem Meets Persona In Nintendo Switch Crossover

    The Nintendo Switch is a hybrid in more ways than one. So is Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE Encore, which combines gameplay elements of Atlus’ Shin Megami Tensei with characters from Nintendo’s Fire Emblem series (particularly the original Fire Emblem and Awakening). The recently released Encore edition of the game is a slightly enhanced port of […]
    • by Alan Hobbs
    • 3 Months ago
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  • Robert Downey Jr. And Robert Irwin Look Back On Steve Irwin’s Legacy

    After turning in Iron Man’s arc reactor in Avengers: Endgame, many fans and industry analysts were left wondering what Robert Downey Jr.’s next project would be. Unpredictably, Downey revealed he would take on the classic role of Doctor Dolittle in the upcoming and appropriately titled film Dolittle. While he’s been making the rounds on the […]
    • by Jenny Lobdell
    • 3 Months ago
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  • Here’s Your List Of 2020 Oscar Nominees

    Despite the disappointing choice to once again not have a full-fledged host for the 2020 Academy Awards, this year’s ceremony is shaping up to be one of the most interesting in recent memory. While it might not have felt like it at the time, the past year was full of high-quality movie releases that make […]
    • by Alan Hobbs
    • 3 Months ago
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  • Netflix’s ‘Witcher’ Series Brings Dark European Folklore To Life

    Netflix is approaching a critical juncture. The streaming company is facing more competition than ever, not only from the likes of Hulu and Amazon Prime, but also Disney Plus. Not to mention data that shows a rollercoaster of extreme highs and lows in both subscription rate and stock growth, it’s no secret that the once-dominant […]
    • by Cyrus Oliver II
    • 3 Months ago
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  • ‘The Mandalorian’ Episode 6 Review: Bill Burr In Space

    The sixth episode of The Mandalorian is another self-contained story chronicling the adventures of everyone’s favorite bounty hunter on the run. Directed by Rick Famuyiwa, this latest installment of the Star Wars spin-off series spins a good yarn. Baby Yoda plays an even smaller role here than it did in the previous episode, but once […]
    • by Cyrus Oliver II
    • 4 Months ago
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  • ‘Dusk Diver’ Review: Taiwan Takes The Spotlight In Anime-Themed Brawler

    Having lived and worked in Taiwan for over half a decade, I was very excited for the release of Dusk Diver on Nintendo Switch, PS4, and PC. The hack-and-slash title from JFI Games looked promising, and video game developers based in Taiwan have surprised the gaming community with recent gems like Detention, Devotion, and OPUS: […]
    • by Nick Keitel
    • 4 Months ago
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  • ‘Loserthink’ Review: Scott Adams Returns With Another Non-Dilbert Book

    Growing up in the 90s, I was all too familiar with the famous comic strip Dilbert. However, being an elementary school student at the time, its workplace humor wasn’t as appealing to me as, say, Garfield‘s lasagna-loving antics. It wasn’t until my teenage years that I begin to appreciate Dilbert creator Scott Adams’ humor, mostly […]
    • by Alan Hobbs
    • 4 Months ago
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  • ‘The Mandalorian’ Episode 4 Review: Return Of The World-Building

    Another week, another satisfying episode of The Mandalorian goes by. The fourth chapter of Disney’s popular Star Wars spin-off is directed by none other than Jurassic World and Black Mirror actress Bryce Dallas Howard. Luckily, she was given a better script to work with than her father Ron Howard was when he directed the ill-fated […]
    • by Cyrus Oliver II
    • 4 Months ago
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  • Review: Frozen 2 Paints a Beautiful, Meandering Picture

    Disney just hasn’t been able to let Frozen go. While it seemed like audiences were starting to feel franchise fatigue after the poor reception of Olaf’s Frozen Adventure (which, to be fair, was mostly a negative reaction to it being haphazardly tacked onto Coco), the House of Mouse is back with yet another installment in […]
    • by Cyrus Oliver II
    • 4 Months ago
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  • Review: Strange Planet Makes a Successful Leap from Screen to Page in New Book

    The decline of newspapers has forced the media landscape to change drastically over the past decade. Almost nowhere is this more evident than in the world of comic strips. Staples of the funny pages, such as Peanuts, Garfield, and Dilbert, still have their place. But even they don’t have the reach they used to. Collecting […]
    • by Cyrus Oliver II
    • 5 Months ago
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