Tag: Mystery


Knives Out (2019) Review 5

Knives Out (2019) Review

 |  Chris Carter
Rian Johnson didn’t need to “redeem himself” for The Last Jedi no matter what side of the debate you’re on.
Once Upon a Time ... in Hollywood (2019) Review

Once Upon a Time … in Hollywood (2019) Review

 |  Chris Carter
Quentin Tarantino‘s legacy is pretty much already secure. Even if he retired now he’d be remembered as one of film’s great directors, though we allegedly have one more film before that happens. One more outside of Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, mind, which further cements his place in the pantheon of cinema.
Murder On The Orient Express (2017) Review

Murder On The Orient Express (2017) Review

 |  Phil Brown
On a certain level, you can’t help but wonder how yet another production of Murder On The Orient Express even exists in 2017. It’s not as if audiences have been begging for more Agatha Christie content in recent years or that there’s suddenly been a massive revival in drawing room mysteries to explain why a […]
Prodigious Puzzle Producers Propose Plentiful Packages of Products 1

Artifex Mundi to Release Six Games in Two Months

 |  Lane Martin
Even if the name doesn’t ring a bell, there’s a fairly good chance that you’re run across an Artifex Mundi game out in the world.
Kojima Productions Icon, LUDENS, Fully Revealed 1

Kojima Productions Icon, LUDENS, Fully Revealed

 |  Cole Watson
For the past couple of days, Kojima Productions has been hyping up the fact that their studio logo means more than it’s letting on. First they teased that it’s not complete, then they teased it’s name and finally, LUDENS, has been fully revealed in all of his absurdly cool ,space knight, glory. In a barrage […]
Kona Comes to Mac and Linux

Kona Comes to Mac and Linux

 |  William Dixon
The frigid Canadian investigative tale, Kona will be receiving Mac and Linux support starting today.
Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth (PS4) Review

Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth (PS4) Review

 |  William Dixon
Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth is something that manages to check off pretty much every box to be a generic low-budget JRPG. While the game tries its best to be charming, thanks to the colourful localization, the environments around you lack any kind of liveliness. The game uses a bright palette, with a lot of electric […]
The Most Disturbing Game of the Year Isn’t Available Anymore

The Most Disturbing Game of the Year Isn’t Available Anymore

 |  Sabrina Biot
Internet 101: The Deep Web, AKA the Dark Net is to be avoided. It’s said to be much, much larger than what is easily accessed through computers (it can only be accessed through special services like Tor). People are told to avoid it at all costs because of what it contains. Cannibals, hit men, drugs, […]
Can Twin Peaks Go On Without David Lynch? 6

Can Twin Peaks Go On Without David Lynch?

 |  Phil Brown
A few months ago my cold and bitter heart grew four sizes one day (one more than that slacker The Grinch managed). The reason? Against all odds it was announced that the beloved, ground-breaking, and beautifully bizarre Twin Peaks would be returning to television thanks to Showtime. To use the parlance of our times, the […]
Sherlock Holmes: Crimes & Punishments (PS4) Review 7

Sherlock Holmes: Crimes & Punishments (PS4) Review

 |  Wayne Santos
The Game Is Afoot The mystery genre has had a tough time of it in the AAA gaming landscape. Whereas the first person shooter can count on a least a dozen titles every year, in the last four years, we’ve been lucky to have a one game per year schedule, with the likes of Heavy […]


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