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Modern Warfare Brings the Series Boots Back to the Ground

"Call of Duty" had always been one of those games that I would pick up every year. It didn’t matter if it was being made by Activision or Treyarch ("Black Ops" Series), I would go to GameStop and reserve my copy. I enjoyed the single-player story that would help me understand the controls before moving to the multiplayer to play against other people online.
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Explore Imagination with Inktober

Artists of all forms and fashions experience mental blocks in one form or another with their work. Inspiration does not come when convenient, life gets in the way of creating, hobbies and work can sidetrack what one initially intended on creating. It is often helpful to be kept in check when working on a project. Workshops, groups, or simply checking in with fellow artists
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Link Awakens Again in Link’s Awakening Remaster

In an entertainment world so bogged down by remakes and remasters, one must ask themselves: Are they worth our money? With Nintendo games, it’s a toss-up. The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening was first released for the Gameboy handheld system in 1993, remastered for the Gameboy Color in 1998 and has now been remastered yet again for the Nintendo Switch, 21 years later. The
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Billie Eilish Gives Enchanting Performance on WHEN WE ALL FALL ASLEEP, WHERE DO WE GO?

Known for her unabashedly unique style and meteoric rise to fame, Billie Eilish released her debut studio album, WHEN WE ALL FALL ASLEEP, WHERE DO WE GO? on March 29. The album recently reached number one on the Billboard, selling over 300,000 equivalent album units in the U.S. during its first week. This makes Eilish the first artist born in the 2000s to have
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An Unsteady Journey Back to The Twilight Zone

We are about to enter the fifth dimension, a dimension beyond that which is known to man. A dimension as vast as space and as timeless as infinity. This is the middle ground between light and shadow that lies between the pit of man’s fears and the summit of his knowledge. This is a dimension of imagination, an area called The Twilight Zone. The
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Google’s New Console Proposes Unheard of Ideas

The Google Console, or Google Stadia as it also called, is a wonderful new console that has a lot to offer players around the world. However, at the same time, it seems too good to be true. Google Stadia seems, sounds and looks like a dream come true. Being able to watch or stream games at 4k, 60fps without gaming hardware is unheard of.
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The Hidden World Is a Heart-Melting and Memorable Coming-of-Age Conclusion

In the third and last installment of the DreamWorks Animated saga How to Train Your Dragon, we reach the conclusion of the unlikely friendship between the young Viking, Hiccup (Jay Baruchel), and innocent Night Fury, Toothless. How To Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World is all about growing up. Hiccup, now Chief of Berk, rules alongside his faithful Night Fury Toothless, in a glorious,
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“Us” Is Hilariously Horrifying and Mediates Important Messages

Witty banter and tense, thriller-like horror makes up the bulk of the sensational new production by Jordan Peele that is a must-see for any fans of his previous movie "Get Out." "Us" is a movie that takes on a strange concept of people having clones of themselves. These clones live deep underground and were forgotten about after a government experiment went haywire. They developed