A game of choice and consequence
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A game of choice and consequence

The horror genre of video games is nothing new. Since their invention, video games have been pushing the boundaries of what is and is not scary. Slightly less…

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The caped crusader falls short
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The caped crusader falls short

With the conclusion of the Dark Knight trilogy and the upcoming release of “Batman vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice,” it is important to look back on the film that made superhero…

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Trebel spells trouble for music streaming services
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Trebel spells trouble for music streaming services

       Pandora, Spotify, Rdio, Google Music and Apple Music all want to stream your music whenever, with a monthly subscription fee. Trebel Music aims to challenge…

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This game really grows on you
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This game really grows on you

The worlds of nature and technology have always been somewhat at odds with one another, but in Ubisoft’s game, Grow Home, both worlds exist in harmony. In this…

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Sitting down with ThatOneEyedKid
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Sitting down with ThatOneEyedKid

After Teavolve’s open mic night in Baltimore on September 7, I had the pleasure of sitting down with Josh Friedman, the night’s featured artist, better known as ThatOneEyedKid.…

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Syberia: an indie classic that has passed the test of time
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Syberia: an indie classic that has passed the test of time

In the ever-evolving world of video game development, it is rare for a game to withstand the test of time. With technological advancements, improved graphics and a greater…

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