Derrick Yandura

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Chicken Assassin: Reloaded Review

Though not a mobile game per se, OneShark’s strange, button mashing beat-em-up Chicken Assassin: Reloaded (originally released as Chicken Assassin: Master of…

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Anime and Manga

The Unmatched Genius of Monogatari

In 2009, SHAFT began releasing anime based on the extremely popular Monogatari series by Nisioisin, known for his dense narratives and quirky…

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Featured

EarthFall Review: Copycat or Creative Survival-Shooter?

If I were to deem something a “insert here” clone, many people would dislike it at the outset, something that…

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News

TSA Frisky Pats Down Springboard VR

Not long ago, I covered TSA Frisky in a news article. Looking to be a goofy take on the clearly riveting…

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Anime and Manga

Fireworks Review

It’s funny that a movie titled Fireworks would release in America around this time of year. It ends up making my…

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PS4 Reviews

Runbow Review

I’ve always enjoyed skill-based platformers. Continuing the quarter-thieving tradition of the old arcades, this genre expects perfection and finesse, something…

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PS4 Reviews

Jurassic World Evolution Review

There’s something so enticing about park and city sims. I’m not sure what it is, but the correct balance of…

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Anime and Manga

Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure Part 5 Anime Announced

Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure has been a popular series for a long time now. Parts 1 through 4 have been adapted…

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PS4 Reviews

A Fresh Look At: Firaxis’ XCOM 2

Many people liked XCOM 2. Reviews are all pretty positive, and most would say they love it. I am not…

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Editorial

Making A Villain: Thanos *SPOILERS AHEAD*

A villain is perfectly capable of being right. Sometimes, there are villains that, when you hear their plan, you find…

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