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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Ain’t nobody Got Time? for this app
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Ain’t nobody Got Time? for this app

Got Time? is the first, and luckily only, two-month-old creation from app developer Vianki. It can be found by searching Got Time? on the App Store, and is located below…

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“Rambo: First Blood” draws first blood
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“Rambo: First Blood” draws first blood

There’s an old Roman proverb that reads “homo homini lupus.” In English, this roughly translates to “man is a wolf to man” — no one is crueler to humankind…

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“The Visit” is a visit from kernels of Shyamalan’s lost greatness
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“The Visit” is a visit from kernels of Shyamalan’s lost greatness

M. Night Shyamalan’s newest cinematic outing “The Visit” is both ambivalent and confusing. That’s not to say it’s not enjoyable. It’s the type of movie that’s definitely worth viewing…

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