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  • Planet Coaster: Console Edition Review - Riding High (PS5)

    Planet Coaster: Console Edition Review – Riding High (PS5)

    People love amusement parks. There’s always a little something for everyone, and a great park manager knows how to build the perfect mix to draw in the crowds. Frontier Developments, the studio behind RollerCoaster Tycoon and Thrillville games, brings console gamers another top notch park simulation experience with Planet Coaster: Console Edition. Available on PS4 […] More

  • Warhammer Chaosbane Slayer Edition Review

    Warhammer Chaosbane Slayer Edition Review

    Warhammer: Chaosbane first released for the PS4 in May of 2019 and our reviewer Keri gave it a middling score. She felt it was a great introduction to the world of Warhammer, was fun to play, and had a lot of potential, but lacked any real replayability due to a lack of content. She also […] More

  • Observer System Redux Review

    Observer System Redux Review – A Maddening Carnival of Delights (PS5)

    Observer: System Redux serves as an enhanced version of Bloober Team’s 2017 sci-fi horror title, Observer. Again, players assume the role of Daniel Lazarski, an Observer-class detective in Kraków whose interrogation methods involve hacking into the minds of cybernetically enhanced folks. The dark cyberpunk setting takes place in 2084, years after a digital plague known […] More

  • sackboy a big adventure review 2

    Sackboy A Big Adventure Review

    When looking at the PS5 launch lineup, Sackboy: A Big Adventure was not at the top of my hype list. Sure, it’s Sackboy, one of the most iconic PlayStation mascots since LittleBigPlanet’s release on PS3, but having been underwhelmed with the just okay LittleBigPlanet 3, seeing Sackboy’s smiling knitted face didn’t spark much excitement, especially up […] More

  • Dolly Parton’s Christmas on the Square review: the sparkliest holiday movie ever

    Dolly Parton’s Christmas on the Square review: the sparkliest holiday movie ever

    At this point, the formula for a cheesy Christmas movie is pretty widely known. These movies aren’t always on the Hallmark Channel, but Hallmark certainly makes a lot of them, and helps define the flavor of the rest of them. They almost always take place in a small town where celebrating Christmas is, like, the […] More

  • Between the World and Me review: Ta-Nehisi Coates’ book keeps its power onscreen

    Between the World and Me review: Ta-Nehisi Coates’ book keeps its power onscreen

    As coronavirus rates have surged, production for numerous upcoming TV shows and films has been halted worldwide. But social-distancing precautions didn’t discourage journalist and author Ta-Nehisi Coates from reintroducing his 2015 culture-shifting nonfiction book Between the World and Me through a visual lens. Intentionally debuting after the 2020 election, HBO’s adaptation has a myriad of […] More

  • Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity review: A must-play for Zelda fans

    Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity review: A must-play for Zelda fans

    There are two things most people will tell you about The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. One, that the genre-defining open-world adventure is amazing, if not one of the best games of all time. And two, that they wish they could experience it all over again, fresh. So far, Nintendo hasn’t yet perfected […] More

  • Run review: Sarah Paulson is ferocious in Hulu’s predictable horror-thriller

    Run review: Sarah Paulson is ferocious in Hulu’s predictable horror-thriller

    About 15 minutes into Aneesh Chaganty’s thriller Run, a telling scene solidifies the fear that it’s going to commit the most grievous cinematic sin of all. A daughter who’s constantly sick, who takes fistfuls of pills every morning and night, and who has been in a wheelchair for as long as she can remember asks […] More

  • Animaniacs review: Hulu’s gimmicky revival lacks the wild air of experimentation

    Animaniacs review: Hulu’s gimmicky revival lacks the wild air of experimentation

    The foundations of animated comedy are simple: memorable character animation, an emphasis on visual storytelling, and impeccable comic timing. There’s more to it, of course, as any animation professional would tell you — there are 12 basic principles of animation, after all. But by and large, the comedic cartoon shorts produced by Disney, Warner Bros., […] More

  • Kingdom Hearts Melody of Memory Review

    Kingdom Hearts Melody of Memory Review

    The Kingdom Hearts franchise has a long history. Twisting and turning through a huge cast of characters and worlds, main games and spin-offs, you’d be forgiven for losing track of what’s been happening over the last 18 years. As such, Square Enix’s latest title in the franchise recaps the entire storyline so far. The catch […] More

  • PlayStation 5: The Accessibility Review

    PlayStation 5: The Accessibility Review

    Accessibility has come a long way from the last generation of consoles to the new one. It’s easy to forget that in seven short years, ‘accessibility’ has gone from a barely recognized word in the gaming lexicon to it being a foundation of the next generation. The PS5 is a good example of years worth […] More

  • Adventure Time: Distant Lands - Obsidian review: a sweet, scary payoff for fans

    Adventure Time: Distant Lands – Obsidian review: a sweet, scary payoff for fans

    This summer, months into a seemingly never-ending pandemic, Adventure Time fans received a welcome escape from reality: a return to Pendleton Ward’s cartoon world of post-apocalyptic fantasy. HBO Max’s four-part Adventure Time spin-off, Distant Lands, kicked off in June with an interstellar episode focused on tiny robot BMO (Niki Yang). Helmed by producer Adam Muto, […] More

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