Game Review: Firewatch (Campo Santo)

Tags: mystery & atmosphere, walking simulator, point & click adventure Gameplay: keyboard + mouse, full controller support Platform: Steam/PC Released: Feb 9, 2016 Studio/Publisher: Campo Santo / Panic Inc., Campo Santo Play time: 6-7 hours Rating: 5/5, no contest Warning: this review includes spoilers for the plot of Firewatch as well as gameplay elements and […]

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Throwback Thursday — Doctor Who: The Girl Who Died + The Woman Who Lived

Previously on Doctor Who: Before the Flood. In the first two-parter guest starring Maisie Williams, we’re visiting first the Vikings, and then the (I’m guessing) late 18th century. With war-thirsty aliens projecting a false god Odin into the skies (very Monty Python’s Holy Grail, by the way), the mere fact that we’re visiting the Vikings […]

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Sherlock: The Abominable Bride.

Previously on Sherlock: His Last Vow. There are no ghosts in this world. Save for the ones we make for ourselves. This is the story of five minutes in the life of Sherlock Holmes. Five minutes in the real world, but a lifetime in another — in Sherlock’s Mind Palace, to be precise. In the time […]

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007: SPECTRE

James Bond is back. Three years after the veritable anniversary smash hit that was Skyfall, director Sam Mendes gives us Spectre. Here’s what I thought of Spectre in a nutshell: It’s a fantastic James Bond movie, it shows the franchise adapting to a modern way of storytelling. It introduces repercussions and consequences into a narrative […]

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