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Sordid Cinema Podcast #530: Stephen King’s ‘It’

How does the first big-screen adaptation of Stephen King's 'IT' turn out? You'll have to listen to find out.
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‘Mario + Rabbids’ Highlights the Popular Icon Mario has Become

Mario + Rabbids has shown Mario to be the pop icon he has become. Is Mario still the plucky plumber we thought he was?
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How ‘Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle’ Blends Difficulty with Accessibility

In Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle, "Nintendo Hard" is making a comeback!
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‘Bojack Horseman’ Season Four: Among the Best That Television Has to Offer

This is still among the best that television has to offer right now—it continues to experiment with form, sharpen its satirical blades and find deeper wells in which to throw down its characters only to have them climb back up more determined than ever.
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‘Final Fantasy IX’ is an Often Overlooked Classic

It seems like Final Fantasy IX was destined to be overlooked right from the outset. The game was released for the original PlayStation after the PlayStation 2 was out and selling like warm buns, and the high fantasy setting was in stark contrast to the popular cyber-punk and more realistic settings of FFVII and VIII (two of the best selling entries in the whole series).

The Top 50 SNES Games

You might not believe it, but it's absolutely true: the Super Nintendo Entertainment System, or the SNES, for short, is now old enough to have serious regrets about its life, and if you're old enough to have had one of these wee grey boxes in your living room, then you're probably even older.
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‘The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild’s’ Seven Best Characters

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild has given many fascinating characters to the Zelda franchise, here is our top seven.

‘Persona 5’ Could Be The Most Important JRPG Since ‘Final Fantasy VII’

Persona 5 is a JRPG that's genuinely slick and cool, and in a world in which the Final Fantasy series has devolved into a Japanese boy band driving around in a car for forty hours completing fetch quests, that's something that every fan of Japanese role playing games should be celebrating.

How ‘Life is Strange: Before the Storm’ Helped Me Empathize with my Fiancèe’s Loss

This is, ultimately, the power of the gaming medium when placed into the right pair of hands: the ability to completely replicate a feeling that the player may have never experienced

What the Gaming Industry Can Learn From ‘Splatoon’

With the end of the final Splatfest, Splatoon has had it's run in the spotlight. Nintendo's newest IP since Pikmin showed the gaming world that...