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Initial Impressions – Resident Evil 7: Biohazard

Resident Evil 7: Biohazard (furthermore being referred to as RE7 within this post) is the newest addition to the long-standing Resident Evil video game series. This title, however, is going back to the series’ roots by bringing back true survival-horror and doing away with what many considered to be an action-horror focus (emphasis on “action”),…

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Initial Impressions – Deus Ex: Mankind Divided

Deus Ex: Mankind Divided was recently released by Square Enix and Eidos Montreal as a sequel to Deus Ex: Human Revolution. The games are cyberpunk-themed action-RPG’s with a pretty heavy stealth influence/presence and feature the same protagonist, Adam Jensen. Mankind Divided takes place two years after the events of Human Revolution and continues the general…

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My Year-End Video Game Must-Haves

With the year 2016 coming to a close in only a handful of months (it’s already the end of August, folks!), it’s almost that time of the year which has gamers panicking at the realization that some of the year’s most anticipated games have yet to come out. The end of the year is always…

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My 2 Cents – Batman: The Killing Joke

This post contains spoilers for Batman: The Killing Joke. Read at your own discretion. On Monday evening Fathom Events hosted an early screening of animated comic hero film Batman: The Killing Joke,¬†which released digitally worldwide¬†on Tuesday, July 26th. Fathom reported that they booked 1,075 U.S. cinemas for this special event, making it their biggest screening…

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Star Wars Day 2016 – An Appreciation Post

Today is May 4th and that means that it’s Star Wars Day! In honor of my favorite science fiction franchise, and one of my favorite franchises of all time, I’ve put together this little appreciation post to share my love of Star Wars across the galaxy. Star Wars is more that just a great series…

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Q&A: The Problematic Nature of Whitewashing in Hollywood

Whitewashing in Hollywood is a subject of much prevalence. With recent examples such as Scarlett Johansson, a white woman, being cast as Ghost in the Shell’s Motoko Kusanagi, a Japanese woman, the subject is one that has been drawing in much discussion as of late. There is more to the whitewashing of roles than simply…