Indie Quickies: i saw her too, with lasers

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By Patrick Walker i saw her too, with lasers Developer: KrangGAMES Newgrounds.com is an odd beast to me. Is it still relevant? I think it is. I have the same trepidation toward judging it that I have toward judging Three Days Grace, Good Charlotte, The Used, and The All-American Rejects. … Continue reading

I’ve got 5 Minutes: An Indie Game Experiment

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By Patrick Walker I love Game Jolt. Why do I love Game Jolt? I’ve got 4 reasons: Almost all of the games are free All of the games are small It has a strong community of developers/gamers that create/play/rate The website has a simple, yet efficient layout that makes mindless … Continue reading

BioWare introduces Dragon Age Keep and multiplayer into Inquisition

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By Loren McClain The franchise of Dragon Age has been around since 2009 and frankly, after the reviews of Dragon Age II that surfaced at either end of the critique spectrum, players are becoming increasingly antsy and skeptical if BioWare’s third installment of the series will hold up to all … Continue reading

NYCC 2014: Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Panel, plus Agent Carter surprise

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By Joshua Kaye When the news first broke that Marvel would be coming to television, it’s safe to say everyone who loved the films got a bit excited. But then Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. started up and it was a bit…underwhelming. And week by week the show just seemed to lose … Continue reading

NYCC 2014: Amber Benson talks books, vampires, and Buffy

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By Joshua Kaye Amber Benson, known for her role as Tara Maclay on the TV series Buffy the Vampire Slayer, is an established writer. She has written several supernatural/fantasy novels including Among the Ghosts, How to be Death, and The Golden Age of Death. Her upcoming book The Witches of Echo … Continue reading

Experiencing Delusion: Lies Within, a Los Angeles interactive haunted play

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“No new horror can be more terrible than the daily torture of the commonplace.” – H.P. Lovecraft, Ex Oblivione By D.M. Kumarasinghe I hate horror. Always have. I don’t blame it on the horror, horror creators, or those who indulge in it. I hate it because my imagination is so … Continue reading

Marvel isn’t pulling the plug on production anytime soon

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By Sara Schreiner Growing up, you chose sides and you were either DC Comics or Marvel. As an adult, it probably hasn’t changed, and Marvel will always dominate, in my opinion. There is no shortage of superhero films being released anytime soon, as Warner Brothers, Fox, Marvel Studios, and Sony … Continue reading

Labyrinth of Jareth 2014: A first time experience!

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We sent two of our writers to document their experience at Labyrinth of Jareth. Anastasia and Holly had never experienced Labyrinth until now. Anastasia attended Friday’s events while Holly went to Saturday’s festivities. Check out their experiences below. Anastasia Washington: On Friday, I stepped into a magical dreamland for the … Continue reading

Marvel’s Avengers STATION Exhibition preview

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By Joshua Kaye On May 29th, Discovery Times Square along with Victory Hill Exhibitions and Marvel Entertainment had a preview showing of the Marvel’s Avengers S.T.A.T.I.O.N. (Scientific Training and Tactical Intelligence Operative Network) Exhibition. Only opening their doors early to preview this highly anticipated exhibit to over 700 guests, I … Continue reading