Resident Evil 3 Review

Resident Evil 2 was one of the best games of 2019. It was an engrossing remake of the survival horror classic that managed to not only modernize the Playstation 1 classic, but also brought all of its idiosyncrasies without altering them in a way that changed its oppressive tension. It featured an intricately layered hub-area... Continue Reading →

Best Games of 2019

Many people have lamented on how they feel 2019 was a down year for videogames, repeating the sentiment of 2018. I do feel that the last couple of years have lived in the shadow of 2017 and that may not be fair to the releases that fall in its wake. Videogames are important to me... Continue Reading →

DIIV – Deceiver Review

DIIV is a band that has always teetered on the precipice of indie darling status. Their 2012 debut, Oshin, was pivotal in establishing label Captured Tracks, facilitated the development of its artists such as Mac DeMarco, Beach Fossils, and Craft Spells, as well an incoming wave of new Dream Pop bands. It was an opulent album... Continue Reading →

Untitled Goose Game Review

Geese sure are some of the biggest dicks in the animal kingdom, aren't they? Wasps, cats, hippos, badgers, and... geese. I'm sure there's a perfectly reasonable scientific explanation for why something as seemingly innocuous as a goose could just be a total asshole, bent on ruining some unsuspecting human's day. Even if you haven't personally... Continue Reading →

Gears 5 Review

  Spoilers ahead: Gears of War is one of Microsoft's most storied franchises. During the early days of the last console generation, it was the title that helped to sell Xbox 360s during their juggernaut, Halo's absence. Microsoft early in this generation had an arguably strong first-party lineup with unique titles such as Titanfall and... Continue Reading →

Lil Nas X – 7 Review

When I first heard “Old Town Road”, I had discovered it through a video that was posted as a reply to a tweet that was a complete non-sequitur. It was so unrelated, that I can’t even recall what the original tweet was. But I googled the lyrics and came across the visual (a compilation of... Continue Reading →

Logic – Confessions of a Dangerous Mind Review

Confessions of a Dangerous Mind is the latest album by American rapper Sir Robert Bryson Hall II, better known by his stage monkiker, Logic. Logic has made albums in the past and while there were some people who liked his albums, there were also those did not like his albums. He released Under Pressure, The Incredible True Story, Everybody, YSIV,... Continue Reading →

Tyler, The Creator – IGOR Review

To say that Tyler, The Creator has undergone a transformation would be an understatement. Where the former auteur of Odd Future had created deranged works filled with angst and teenage edge like Bastard and Goblin, he then sought to withdraw from the darkness and rebrand himself in the light with his previous release, Flower Boy. While not being a... Continue Reading →

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