Melanie Emile

Melanie Emile
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Melanie joined the CGM family in 2011, where her love for games and social interaction combined in her position as community manager. Now she has worked her way up the chain to be Managing Editor.
Latest Articles From Melanie Emile
Star Trek: Bridge Crew Review

Star Trek: Bridge Crew Review – Made for Fans

Captain's Log; Stardate 30-05-2017, The Federation has discovered a new sector known as virtual reality. This sector is inhabited by a species known as players, and in this sector, players are...
This is the Police Review - Simple but Addictive 1

This is the Police Review – Simple but Addictive

At first glance, This is the Police appears to be nothing more than a glorified mobile game that moves slower than paint drying, but after a few hours, it will get...
Lego Dimensions The Lego Batman Movie Story Pack Review 2

Lego Dimensions The Lego Batman Movie Story Pack Review

Lego Dimensions has spanned many IPs, but none more than Batman, with almost every iteration of big-screen Batman appearing in the Lego games. With the release of The Lego Batman Movie,...
Pixels & Ink #229 - Wonder Woman Goes Rogue

Pixels & Ink #229 – Wonder Woman Goes Rogue

Phil, Melanie and Brendan sit down to discuss the potential for the Nintendo Switch. Phil saw Rogue One, Melanie can't believe its full title is A Star Wars Story. Brendan finished...
Pixels & Ink #227 - Fantastic Pokemon Party

Pixels & Ink #227 – Fantastic Pokemon Party

This week on podcast, Melanie, Cody and Phil discuss news from Nintendo. Phil saw Fantastic Beasts and where to find them and Mel relays her 4d movie experience. Cody takes a...
Pixels & Ink #226 - Dr. Phil Hacksaw

Pixels & Ink #226 – Dr. Phil Hacksaw

Phil, Cody and Melanie sit down to discuss, well, a slow news week. Phil saw Doctor Strange, Hacksaw Ridge and gives Mel a few movie suggestions. Cody flips his truck for...
Pixels & Ink #225 - Luke Warm Inferno

Pixels & Ink #225 – Luke Warm Inferno

This week on the CGM podcast, Cody is a little upset with Bethesda. Phil saw and was unimpressed with Inferno, the sequel to The Dance Vinci Code and Angels & Demons....
Super Stardust Ultra VR (PS4) Review 8

Super Stardust Ultra VR (PS4) Review

Almost a decade ago, the exclusive Super Stardust HD hit the PlayStation 3. Sony even offered it as an apology to players when their account information had been leaked, so no shortage...
Until Dawn: Rush of Blood (PS4) Review 2

Until Dawn: Rush of Blood (PS4) Review

Last year, PlayStation 4 owners were treated to the terrific horror title Until Dawn. This year, PS4 owners who buy into the virtual reality space with PlayStation VR, will have the...
Batman: Arkham VR (PS4) Review 1

Batman: Arkham VR (PS4) Review

Many believe now that virtual reality is here, it will only be a flash in the pan. It will come quickly and leave just as fast, leaving the peripherals to rot...
Lego Dimensions Adventure Time Level Pack (PS4) Review 1

Lego Dimensions Adventure Time Level Pack (PS4) Review

Adventure Time has the exact brand of wackiness I would expect Lego to embrace and turn into something beautifully ridiculous. So much to my surprise, the Lego Dimensions Adventure Time Level Pack...
Lego Dimensions: Mission Impossible Level Pack (PS4) Review 3

Lego Dimensions: Mission: Impossible Level Pack (PS4) Review

Lego has covered (and will continue to) many different franchises over the years, but one I never expected them to toy with was Mission: Impossible. But thanks to the spectacular world-colliding...

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