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Telltale's Batman: The Enemy Within: The Enigma (PC) Review

Telltale’s Batman: The Enemy Within: The Enigma (PC) Review

I thought Telltale did a pretty decent job of adapting Batman to their worn but stalwart adventure format. Plenty of media have provided an...
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LawBreakers (PS4) Review - Anti-Gravity, Anti-Explanation, Anti-Rewarding, Anti-Personality 10

LawBreakers (PS4) Review – Anti-Gravity, Anti-Explanation, Anti-Rewarding, Anti-Personality

LawBreakers is a new class-based competitive FPS from acclaimed game designer Cliff Bleszinski of Jazz Jackrabbit, Unreal, and Gears of War fame (ya know,...
Sonic Mania (PlayStation 4) Review: A Classic Sonic Fan’s Paradise 5

Sonic Mania (PlayStation 4) Review: A Classic Sonic Fan’s Paradise

As a long-time Sonic the Hedgehog fan, my favourite title in the series has always been Sonic the Hedgehog 3 and Knuckles for the...
Nidhogg 2 (PC) Review: New Coat of Paint, Same Fun Game 9

Nidhogg 2 (PC) Review: New Coat of Paint, Same Fun Game

It has been three years since the original Nidhogg released to some fanfare, and now its sequel, Nidhogg 2, is finally here—but what exactly is...
Annabelle: Creation (Movie) Review: Watchable Nonsense 3

Annabelle: Creation (Movie) Review: Watchable Nonsense

Well, I guess there’s a Conjuring cinematic universe now. When James Wan’s 70’s-set jump scare festival broke horror movie blockbuster records, Warner Brothers decided...
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Pixels & Ink #263 - Game of Hacks

Pixels & Ink #263 – Game of Hacks

From Game of Thrones leaks, to Uncharted, The Pixels and Ink Podcast is packed with content this week. Quinn dives into the world of...
How The Dark Tower Adaptations Should Be Handled 2

How The Dark Tower Adaptations Should Be Handled

Fans of Stephen King’s epic Dark Tower series have long been clamouring for a faithful and imaginative film adaptation. After several delays, cancellations, and...
How I Learned To Stop Worrying And Love No Man’s Sky 1

How I Learned To Stop Worrying And Love No Man’s Sky

Back in 2013, when my good friend and colleague Brendan Quinn made No Man’s Sky aware to me, I actually met it with a...
Game of Thrones: Where The Loot Train Attack Ranks Among The Show’s Best Battle Sequences 1

Game of Thrones: Where The Loot Train Attack Ranks Among The...

With only three episodes left in this shortened seventh season, Game of Thrones had to step it up with the fourth episode, The Spoils...
Why Metroid Return Of Samus Needed To Exist 2

Why Metroid: Samus Returns Needed To Exist

It is safe to say that E3 2017 proved to the masses that Nintendo has not only brought back the Metroid series, but has...
Pixels & Ink #262 - Hacks and Thrones

Pixels & Ink #262 – Hacks and Thrones

While game news was slow this week at Pixels and Ink, the entertainment news managed to keep the team busy with everything from HBO,...

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