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Spoiler-free Review: « Thor: Ragnarok »

One of the worst offenses a movie can commit is be mediocre. Everyone remembers both great films as well as terrible films. Even if these films are on the opposite side of the spectrum in quality, memorable scenes will be ingrained in our brain like an embarrassing first kiss, to that passionate tenth one. Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice is an awful movie, just awful.

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Star Wars Battlefront 2: Promising, But…

There is much to be said about a good Star Wars game. Lightning-fast action, some respect for the lore – as crazy as the lore can get -, and great graphics. Star Wars Battlefront 2 is all that, and even more. But as we gun down TIE Fighters in a flurry of laser beams, one thing remains clear: EA wants your money. Any way they can get it.

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City of Brass, a Land for the Bold and the Brave

The scent of spices on a cold night in the desert. The faint light of torches, far away. And between two houses, a shadowy figure: our hero, who will need all of his wit – and probably his wip, to triumph against the forces of Evil. Welcome to the City of Brass.

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Spoiler-Free Reviews: The Defenders

A blind devil, a man with diamond skin, a powerhouse snarker, and an idealist infused with positive energy all walk into a bar. The bar is destroyed, alliances are reluctantly made, and no one has the fun of a hangover.

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The long-term plan of Starpoint Gemini Warlords

The road to videogame success is treacherous. Release too early, or without major features, and you’ll risk alienating you fanbase and ruin your chances to sell the right amount of copies. Wait too long, and players will lose interest and buy something. And for Little Green Men Games, developer of Starpoint Gemini Warlords, the challenge consist in releasing a « complete » product, while still providing additional content for the months – and maybe the years – to come.