Ad nauseum — Fantasy Life review

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I'm tired of fighting monsters. Now, I love a good dragon slaying or eldritch defeat like everyone else, but there's more to questing than simply stabbing kobolds in the face. …

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Disney’s Fantasia: Music Evolved – Imagination has no age

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Growing up in southern California and now living in Arizona, I’ve been to Disneyland nearly every year of my life.  I dread the parking, the ever-rising ticket prices, and the …

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The rich get richer, deservedly so — NBA 2K15 review

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The sports video game season is winding down, with all the releases having hit store shelves and only one big dog waiting for its time. That big dog is NBA …

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How to paint your Pokemon — Pokemon Art Academy Review

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One of the best days in every elementary school kid’s year, at least in my generation, was the day of the book fair. We had catalogs that we peered at …

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Dark Souls 2: Crown of the Ivory King Review

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The main character in the Dark Souls series has always been the world itself. Whether you're exploring dark crypts, forgotten kingdoms, or overgrown forests, the unpredictable and terrifying environment is …

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The Revolution has been overhyped — Naruto Shippuden Ultimate Ninja Storm Revolution Review

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For a long time it seemed like Dragon Ball Z would be the anime series with the highest number of console fighting games, but it seems like Naruto is hot …

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Angels and demons — Bayonetta 2 review

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You know what's weird? We live in a world where Nintendo has not only published a Legend of Zelda/Dynasty Warriors hybrid, but has also resurrected Bayonetta, one of the niche-iest …

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Score a touchdown on the table — 1st and Goal Review

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I really don’t follow sports except for football. The fact the season is only sixteen games long makes every matchup important. However, the wait between the Super Bowl and the …

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Beware of the Black Fleet

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You are sailing across the seven seas. Salty air whips cross your sails, filling your lungs with the power of the ocean. You are about to head to port and …

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Alien: Isolation Review – This is Rumor Control. Here are the facts!

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Alien was released on an unsuspecting audience in 1979 by director Ridley Scott.  The beginning of the movie moves at a glacial pace, setting the stage for the feast of …

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Growing up is hard — The Walking Dead: Season 2 review

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Something about Season 2 of The Walking Dead left me wanting. Maybe it's the lack of that fresh feeling of a breakthrough experience. Maybe it's the sophomore hangover after Telltale …

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The Evil Within Review – Perversity is the human thirst for self-torture

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If you don’t immediately know the name Shinji Mikami, he and others at Capcom are the reason why we have survival horror games in the first place. Credited as the …

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