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  • Review & Spoilers: DEATH of WOLVERINE #4 by Charles Soule and Steve McNiven

    Published at Inside Pulse - 214 readers

    Review & Spoilers: DEATH of WOLVERINE #4 by Charles Soule and Steve McNiven DEATH of WOLVERINE #4 (of 4) Review“History” (23 pages) bonus material (6 pages) Story by: Charles Soule Art by: Steve McNiven and Jay Leisten Colors by: Justin Ponsor Letters by: Chris Eliopoulos Cover by: Steve McNiven, Jay Leisten and Justin Ponsor Publisher: Marvel Comics Cover Price: $4.

  • Review: Marvel’s Death of Wolverine: The Logan Legacy #1 by Charles Soule & Oliver Nome

    Inside Pulse - - 8 readers - Review: Marvel’s Death of Wolverine: The Logan Legacy #1 by Charles Soule & Oliver Nome Death of Wolverine: The Logan Legacy #1 Written by: Charles Soule Art by: Oliver Nome Cover by: Oliver Nome & Sonia Oback Lettered by: VC’s Joe Caramagna Published by: Marvel Cover Price: $3.99 Note: This is a review of the digital version which can be found on Comixology.
  • Sherlock Holmes: Crimes and Punishments Review – Elementary! (PS3/PS4)

    PlayStation LifeStyle - - 9 readers - Ed. Note: Review was done by D’yani Wood. Due to some technical issues on the back end, this needed to be published under my byline for the time being. As soon as we get things fixed, we will update the byline accordingly. -Chandler Wood A classic work of literature can translate poorly into a video game simply because of the many nuances and tones of the story.
  • Review: Destiny | Xbox One

    Debug Design - - 7 readers - games Published on October 3rd, 2014 | by Ian Garstang Review: Destiny | Xbox One Destiny is a fickle mistress who will take you to exquisite heights in the beginning then drip feed addictive morsels to keep you coming back for more…but I love it! [Video Coming Soon] This review just has my thoughts and opinions on playing the game from level 1 to level 20.

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  • Pokemon Art Academy - review

    …A portion of a NWR review... Despite my few complaints, Pokémon Art Academy is doing exactly what I needed it to do: provide a crash course on basic art techniques and teach me the ins and outs of digital painting. Opacity was a particularly big insight for me. I may not be all the way back in the drawing saddle, but this game has certainly helped…

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  • SEGA Horror Fest review: Splatterhouse 2

    … Of all the games I've owned, sold, repurchased, etc., over the years, I've never sold any of my original Splatterhouse games. Why? Because braining demons with blunt objects and watching their unholy essence spray from their freshly cracked skulls is good ol' family fun. Wholesome shit, am I right? My personal experience with the Splatterhouse…

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  • Shantae and the Pirate's Curse - review

    …A portion of a 4cr review... Pirate’s Curse is a great sequel with a ton of content, polished graphics, a nice 3D layered effect and awesome music. The one thing that people might complain is the $19.99 price tag, but considering that Shantae: Risky’s Revenge on DSiware was released at $12 and that this game is bigger and better, the extra cost…

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  • The Evil Within Review

    … The Evil Within marks the return of Shinji Mikami to the survival-horror genre, which he helped to pioneer with his early creation, Resident Evil. This, of course, brings with it a lot of anticipation and expectation from the fans who have followed his work for many years. With the overall decline of the survival-horror genre, largely thanks…

    1 readers - Kyle Hanson - Attack of the Fanboy - The Evil Within -
  • Review: Civilization Beyond Earth is more Space Oddity than Starman

    … Here's how the average game of Sid Meier's behemoth strategy franchise entry pans out. Step 1: start up, choose your nation and get cracking. Step 2: receive a gentle tap on the shoulder from a concerned family member, as it's now breakfast time and you've somehow managed to sit playing for hours without even realising time was passing…

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  • The Last Door (PC) Review

    … The Last Door (PC) Review What’s beyond… The Last Door? The art style is both simple and detailed at the same time Now normally, horror games aren’t something I’m totally into, but with Halloween just around the corner I felt that The Last Door would assist me in getting into the holiday spirit. And I wasn’t let down. The Last Door…

    1 readers - Brutal Gamer - The Last Door -
  • Nisemonogatari The Complete Series Review

    … Nisemonogatari is the sequel to the Bakemonogatari anime series from Shaft. The series is released by Hanabee here in Australia. The series follows directly on from the story left on after the events of the Black Hanekawa saga in Bakemonogatari. The series follows the unique look and feel of the monogatari series into a new season. This most…

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  • Survivor Juan Del Sur – Episode 5 Review – “Swingers”

    Well, that was an unpredictable episode. How are you guys liking this season of Survivor so far? I’ve yet to be very impressed by the cast. One tribe can barely sustain themselves, and the other lost almost every challenge. Strategy-wise, no one has knocked my socks off. Right now, my favorites are Josh and Reed. This episode had a big tribal shuffle-up, which I always have mixed feelings about.

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  • [Review] Fantasy Life (3DS)

    … System: Nintendo 3DS Release Date: October 24th, 2014 (NA) September 26/27, 2014 (EU/AU) Developer: Level 5, 1-UP Studio Publisher: Nintendo Author: Austin Paper Skyrim. The defining feature of Nintendo’s Paper Mario series is, undoubtedly, its warmth. Characters and locales that are at once unbelievable and entirely lovable, supported…

    4 readers - Nintendo Everything - Fantasy Life -
  • 10 Thoughts On.. Survivor: San Juan del Sur – Episode 5 Review

    10 Thoughts On.. Survivor: San Juan del Sur – Episode 5 Review 1. Wow. What an episode. The tribal council was riveting. While I initially was against switching up the tribes this early (as I was wanted to see the loved ones compete against each other for a little while longer), I can definitely admit that I was wrong.

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  • [Review] Ninja Battle Heroes (3DS)

    … System: Nintendo 3DS Release Date: October 9th, 2014 Developer: Tom Create Publisher: Tom Create Author: Vincent W. If someone were to write a book on terrible game design, I feel as if Ninja Battle Heroes would be one of the main examples. Aside from its terribly uncreative title, this 3DS eShop game looks pretty appealing on the surface…

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