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An honest review of the Epic Game Store

The Epic Game Store (EGS) has been the subject of heated debates in the gaming world recently regarding its strategy of game exclusivity, which means holding certain games hostage to one platform so that consumers… Read More...

“Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice”—first impressions

If you’ve ever played any of the Dark Souls games, then you know what to expect from From Software: Challenging but extremely engaging gameplay. And their new action RPG, “Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice” is nothing… Read More...

Asian Food at Brandeis Sucks

I never expected great food when I decided to come to Brandeis. In fact, I was quite aware of the average quality of the campus food in America, being badly burned before in high school.… Read More...

‘Dark Souls 3:’ my favorite fighting game

When people think about the “Dark Souls” series, they often think about their reputation as brutally punishing single-player action RPGs, but little did they know that these games also have multiplayer/PVP modes. In fact, they… Read More...

Duel Links: a(nother) card game review

Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Links boasts one of the most engaging and rewarding competitive experiences I have had in a card game, aside from the real-life Trading Card Game (TCG) of the same name. I say this… Read More...

Shaving company’s newest marketing scheme: alienating core customers

People just love it when profit-motivated, multi-billion-dollar companies preach to them great moral messages. This can be seen in Gillette’s new advertisement: “The Best Men Can Be,” which can only be described as a smash… Read More...

The state of ‘Hearthstone’ in 2019: game review

“Hearthstone” has always been a polarizing experience. On one hand, the game feels perfect with excellent U.I. design, crisp animations and memorable voice work, which all make the experience pleasantly addicting. But on the other… Read More...
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