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Psycho-Pass: Mandatory Happiness will be making it’s way to Xbox One (announced back in July), PS4, and PSVita this fall, in Hong Kong. The HK version will have both English and Chinese. »
Good afternoon TAY, The storm didn’t kill me... In reality, I killed the storm! Let’s rejoice, come have a cup of spiced tea! »
Welcome to the inaugural edition or Cardboard Console, a series of articles where I hope to highlight some games that are more tabletop than tv screen. Board gaming is in a bit of a renaissance right now, with new card-flopping, dice-rolling, meeple moving experience dropping seemingly every week. Old behemoths like… »
I think so. Keep in mind that this particular item was originally being “sold” for a fraction of the price, the “profits” going directly to people who are still suffering a great deal.
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Recently I’ve gotten very serious about internet security, which is why I decided on the TMNT firewall solution. »
While this tune would probably not be out of place blaring over a lightstick illuminated dance floor somewhere, this is the “opening” song of World Trigger.
So, after two mostly unrelated final episodes, Syfy’s other new outing is behind us. And while it looked poorer, it was significantly smarter than Crinjoys’ napkin-scribbled childish mess. Sure, it had some particularly weak spots and didn’t indulge in large-scale worldbuilding, but in its Raza-shaped bottle, it… »