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Fallout 4 Contraptions Workshop DLC

Remember last week when Bethesda announced at their E3 presser that we were getting new Fallout 4 DLC starting this month with the Contraptions Workshop? They showed us elevators and sorting machinery, and I’m pretty sure there was a version of the classic board game Mousetrap shown off in the preview video. They had me at …

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Fallout 4 Far Harbor DLC

Bethesda’s first real weighty bit of DLC for Fallout 4 is out now, and man oh man, there is a lot to be excited about! It all starts when your friend Nick Valentine gets a request to look for a missing daughter. Kasumi has been conversing over the radio with a stranger, so she took …

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DOA Xtreme 3 Fortune Review

You know that old Cyndi Lauper song Girls Just Wanna Have Fun? The way it gives you a ridiculous smile and overall warm fuzzy feels? That’s how I feel every time I load up DOA Xtreme 3 Fortune.I’m about to have a fun, lighthearted time playing silly beach games and collecting bathing suits. And there is not …

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Republique PS4 Review

Some people believe episodic content can’t hold up to a typical AAA release, or that the only great episodic stuff comes from TellTale Games. Camoflaj’s Kickstarter project Republique proves that other studios can use the model to create original content not based on an existing franchise that is just as thought provoking as the original BioShock or …

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Fallout 4 Automatron DLC

If you’re anything like me, you’ve daydreamed of controlling a robotic army with Styx “Mr. Roboto” playing in the background as you conquer the world. Thanks to Fallout 4’s Automatron DLC these dreams can at least be lived vicariously through my Vault Dweller. The Mechanist The DLC kicks off with an emergency broadcast from a caravan in distress. When …

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The Tomorrow Children Alpha – Hands On

Watching game developer streams on Twitch pays off. After feeling bummed I didn’t get into the Tomorrow Children Alpha via the PlayStation sign up page, I was able to get a code the Thursday of the final alpha weekend. So for the last Friday & Saturday of the alpha I was glued to the game, …

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Mario & Luigi: Paper Jam Review

When it comes to Super Mario Bros spinoffs, I’ve always been a Paper Mario girl. I’ll take that franchise over Sunshine, Mario & Luigi, and New Super Mario Bros any day of the week. It was due to my love of Paper Mario that I decided I needed Mario & Luigi: Paper Jam in my life, …

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Dining at Morimoto Asia in Disney Springs

I don’t fangirl over many things, however, while planning my first trip to Walt Disney World I discovered my favourite Iron Chef, Masaharu Morimoto, was opening a new restaurant to open in Disney Springs. And, miracle of miracles, Morimoto Asia was scheduled to be open during our trip! You can bet I was stalking their Facebook and Twitter …

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Lexy Cooper Mysteries

The mystery genre boasts a plethora of themes, from the traditional Agatha Christie to a growing number of cat inspired novels. Yes, cat mysteries, a subgenre I am not too sure I want to venture into. In a very tiny corner of this category you will find the Lexy Cooper series, inspired by author Christa Charter’s time in …

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Until Dawn Review

It’s been an awful long time since Until Dawn was originally announced, and I’ve been stalking all news of this B minus teen slasher movie ever since. It came out this past Tuesday (sadly no midnight opening at my GameStop for Madden meant I had to wait until that night to pick it up) and over the …

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