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The Walking Dead #83 Review

The Walking Dead #83 Review

The time for heroism has past. Their once lauded haven is overwhelmed with walkers. With some survivors spurning to give ground, others take the opportunity

The 3rd Birthday (PSP) Review 1

The 3rd Birthday (PSP) Review

This Is Not The Aya Brea You’re Looking For The 3rd Birthday was originally announced—to the disappointment of many—as a game feature Parasite Eve heroine

Your Highness (Movie) Review 1

Your Highness (Movie) Review

It’s always nice when left-of-center talents get free reign in Hollywood. Watching Your Highness, it’s very clear that star Danny McBride and director David Gordon

Insidious (Movie) Review 1

Insidious (Movie) Review

In 2004 Australian director James Wan and his writing partner Leigh Whannell released a little horror movie that they shot in 18 days for a

Swarm (PS3) Review 1

Swarm (PS3) Review

Hothead Games spent most of 2010 bringing us multiple versions of DeathSpank, but that particular development chapter is closed and Swarm, the studio’s latest project,

Source Code (Movie) Review 1

Source Code (Movie) Review

With the stink of the god awful Battle: Los Angeles still lingering in theaters, it’s such a relief to know that science fiction can be

Crysis 2 (PS3) Review 1

Crysis 2 (PS3) Review

A few months back a friend of mine went on a date. “How’d it go?” She described a perfectly pleasant date. They went to a

Pokémon: Black and White (DS) Review 1

Pokémon: Black and White (DS) Review

When the first images of Pokémon: Black and White appeared and Zoroark, a dark, fox-like Pokémon was revealed an unbridled giddiness ran through my core.

Sucker Punch (Movie) Review 1

Sucker Punch (Movie) Review

There are moments in Zack Snyder’s latest multimillion dollar pulp epic Sucker Punch that combine so many guilty pleasure elements simultaneously that it’s impossible not

Yakuza 4 (PS3) Review 1

Yakuza 4 (PS3) Review

Bad Ass X 4 There’s something very strange about the Yakuza series. If ever there was a game that perfectly portrayed the vast difference in

Paul (Movie) Review 1

Paul (Movie) Review

Simon Pegg and Nick Frost are two guys who are more than happy to let their geek flags fly. They’ve made a career out of

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