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We Are Error Reviews: Mega Man Legacy Collection

0 Submitted by on Mon, 24 October 2016, 09:59
Making its debut on the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) in 1987, Mega Man is arguably one of the most renowned and recognizable franchises in the video game medium. Well known for it’s challenging gameplay, level design, music, and artwork, Capcom’s 2D side scrolling series has been emulated by countless developers for decades. Though popular and well regarded, Mega Man has Continue Reading...
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‘The Beyond: Composer’s Cut’ Review

0 Submitted by on Fri, 21 October 2016, 13:59
In the wake of Death Waltz’s Italian horror soundtrack re-release surplus, mainstay composers of the 70’s have risen to please the enormous, but under-spoken, fan-base with touring live performances of classic scores. First it was Claudio Simonetti (Goblin) touring with live scores of Dawn of the Dead and Suspiria, but Fabio Frizzi soon followed touring a collection of tracks from Continue Reading...
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‘Brave New Jersey’ Review

0 Submitted by on Tue, 18 October 2016, 08:59
Jody Lambert’s Brave New Jersey follows the residents of Lullaby, NJ as they hear the famous Orson Welles War of the Worlds broadcast. Not realizing that it is in fact fiction, the townspeople decide to take action. Throughout the film we, witness the extreme reaction of the town’s mayor, Clark Hill, (Tony Hale of Veep), the wealthy Paul (Sam Jaeger of Parenthood) and Continue Reading...
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‘The Greasy Strangler’ Review

1 Submitted by on Wed, 12 October 2016, 10:59
I really wanted to like The Greasy Strangler. Every minute that went by yielded another element I tried to desperately hold onto, but by the end I was left with a feature that had no motivation other than to be a midnight movie. Jim Hosking’s The Greasy Strangler follows Big Ronnie (Michael St. Michaels) and Big Brayden (Sky Elobar) as Continue Reading...
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We Are Error Reviews: Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy XV

1 Submitted by on Mon, 03 October 2016, 14:59
Though Final Fantasy has been one of the most critically and commercially successful JRPG franchises of all time, the series has struggled for almost two decades under Square Enix. Plagued by inferior sequels and various levels of mismanagement, Square Enix is hopeful they can recapture some of the luster their beloved franchise once had with the long delayed Final Fantasy Continue Reading...
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We Are Error Reviews: Batman Ep. 2: Children of Arkham

3 Submitted by on Tue, 27 September 2016, 15:59
Chris and Jon are joined yet again by contributor Justin Zarian to review TellTale Games’s latest entry in their episodic Batman series. Along with talking about TellTale’s bold and surprising take on the Batman mythology in Children of Arkham; the trio have a spoiler heavy discussion on the choices they made as Gotham’s Caped Crusader. Be sure to check Continue Reading...
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‘The Good Place’ Premiere Review

1 Submitted by on Fri, 23 September 2016, 16:59
A while back (after years of people going on about how great it was), I sat down and watched Veronica Mars starring Kristin Bell. Since becoming a marshmallow (if you are a Mars fan, you’ll understand) I’ve  taken it upon myself to check out anything starring Bell that even remotely sounded cool. This has led me to her latest NBC Continue Reading...
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We Are Error Reviews: Resident Evil 4 HD

0 Submitted by on Mon, 19 September 2016, 14:59
First debuting on the GameCube 11 years ago, Resident Evil 4 is widely considered to be one of the best and most important survival-horror games ever created. A distinctly different title in terms of tone and gameplay to its predecessors, the game follows secret service agent and former Raccoon city police officer Leon S. Kennedy, who is sent on a Continue Reading...
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We Are Error Reviews: Hyper Light Drifter

0 Submitted by on Fri, 09 September 2016, 10:59
Funded through Kickstater and developed by Heart Machine, Hyper Light Drifter turned a number of heads when it was first released on PC several months ago. With gameplay reminiscent of classic SNES titles, an aesthetic resembling Studio Ghibli’s best work, and an incredible score by Disasterpeace, the game has managed to cultivate a passionate following. Now available on PS4 and Continue Reading...
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