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Review: Metro Exodus

Of the many post-apocalyptic video games released over the last decade or so, titles in the Metro franchise have often came as close to...

Getting emotional about Batman

In 1937, DC Comics first published what would become one of the most iconic and longest running comic series the industry has seen, celebrating...

Books as a break

We’re in second term, and studying can get overwhelming. Sometimes it’s good to take a break with a book that’s non-curricular for a change....

Natasha Pulley – The Bedlam Stacks

Natasha Pulley’s The Bedlam Stacks is a charming romp, one that combines magical and paranormal elements with historical fiction. Young and crippled Merrick Tremayne,...

Realism vs surrealism in gaming

As video game technology continues to improve at an exponential rate, games themselves seem to come  closer and closer to reality. Take a look...

Articulate?

During darker times, when I identified myself in many ways that no longer resonate at all, I was selected to take part in a...