Risk Legacy: The Beginning

Our ancestors used to look up at the stars, dreaming of a day when they could spread throughout the endless heavens, exploring and colonizing, discovering untold wonders. How wrong they were. It is…

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The Model of Tedium

Some games are shit. We all know that, and we've come to accept it. However, some shit games masquerade as golden daisies in the summer until you've played them for more than an hour, wherein they…

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Mini Metro: An Unbiased Review

Runs on: PC, Mac, Linux Mini Metro is an indie game wherein you build a subway system in 9 major cities in the world. A very simplistic game, it utilizes the metro mapping made famous by the London…

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Time Travel in Pop Culture: The Right and the Wrong

Time travel. That most intriguing of concepts and ideas in both the imagination and movies. A plot device that can truly make or break a movie, regardless of said movies overall quality. Some movies…

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The Princess Bride: Best Movie Ever Made?

Is The Princess Bride the best movie ever made? Well, to answer that, let’s first rewatch it to refresh our memories. Pick up The Princess Bride on iTunes. Now. Is it? Yes. Yes is the answer — What? Nee…

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Grifter’s Blade

This card is bad. Ok, perhaps that is a bit unfair… you could glean some use out of it as +1/+1 equipment so it isn’t inherently bad. I mean, having buffs on your creatures is nice and having it aut…

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Crusader Kings II: An Unbiased Review

Supported by: PC, Mac, Linux The first thing you may have noticed about this is that it has a 5 star rating. "What??" You exclaim in disbelief. "This is your first review! How will we judge your…

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Extraplanar Lens

Essentially how this card works is you are ditching one land to double your mana output of that colour. Be warned this will also double the mana production of all lands of the same name for its…

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The Struggles of a Mac Gamer

Dear Game Publishers, Why in the name of Zeus are there so few games for OSX? I grant you that out-of-the-box Macs simply do not possess the hardware necessary to process your oftentimes overhyped…

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