Final Fantasy VII Remake Demo Review
May18

Final Fantasy VII Remake Demo Review

There isn’t much that could be said about Final Fantasy VII that hasn’t been said already. Originally released in 1997 for the PlayStation, FFVII is held by legions of fans as one of the greatest, if not the greatest JRPG of all time. Though, thanks to the limitations of the hardware it was released on, on a technical level, the game struggles against the test of time. Graphically, the polygonal character models and flat textures make...

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Earthadelik by Silvermouse: Otherworldly EDM
May16

Earthadelik by Silvermouse: Otherworldly EDM

Earthadelik’s tunes are fresh ones A person’s soul can be seen through their taste in music, with all the genres that exist you get a deeper dive to see what the rhythm is about. Silvermouse presents it very differently in his Earthadelik album through the combination of unlikely sounds to create something new, different and unique.  Silvermouse represents what electronic music is about through his newest album in a form of...

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Obsidian By Syd Silvair: Tranquil
May15

Obsidian By Syd Silvair: Tranquil

Silvair has a ton of talent Syd Silvair’s first single, “Obsidian”, off of her upcoming EP was released on October 25, she captures a dreamy sound that has you drifting away into a state of tranquility.  Obsidian opens with a serene harmonizing synth progression that disarms your emotions. It taps into the suppressed fears and anxiety tucked away in your subconscious, it pulls them into the forefront as the songs build up the...

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Skulldigger: Fans Love a Good Anti-Hero
May13

Skulldigger: Fans Love a Good Anti-Hero

Photo by Dark Horse ComicsSkulldigger has the heart of a hero A comic that immediately catches your attention with the art style and the hook, in the beginning, Skulldigger represents the antagonist “hero” who’s also subtlety considered the enemy, the start of a boy’s life ending in a heart wrenching gruesome loss that possibly leads him to become the sidekick of Skulldigger.  The art style is simple but still eye catching, the...

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Pokemon Sword Review: Trubbish No More
May07

Pokemon Sword Review: Trubbish No More

Photo by NintendoPokemon Sword and Shield are gorgeous new entries into the main Pokemon franchise When Nintendo announced the Switch, most die-hard fans of the company’s first question was, “so when do we get Pokemon?” A staple franchise of Nintendo handheld consoles since Yellow, Blue and Red released on the original Gameboy in 1996. Long time fans of the series were ecstatic to finally be able to play a main series Pokemon game on...

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The Ultimate RPG Gameplay Guide: Leveling Up Your Intelligence
May06

The Ultimate RPG Gameplay Guide: Leveling Up Your Intelligence

The Ultimate RPG Gameplay Guide is a fun one for fans of the genre We all have our roles to play; but are we playing them correctly? Have you balanced your stats, repaired your armor, counted your gold? If you haven’t, The Ultimate RPG Gameplay Guide by James D’Amato, will help you get your inventory in check. This guide takes you down a bright path to victory using interactive writing and well-educated role-playing language that...

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