The Lost World(s) of Azeroth

My time as a World of Warcraft raider was fairly brief: it lasted about an expansion and a half, before I stopped doing WoW’s raids with organized groups altogether. Getting together ten to twenty-five skilled, max level, kitted out players in the appropriate roles on a regular basis was exhausting, even if you weren’t in …

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Jen’s October Flicks: Train to Busan

This October, we’re trying something different. From October 2nd to the 31st, Jen will be writing up horror movie recommendations on a daily basis. The selection will weave between well-worn classics and the smaller fare, but they’re all special in their own way. If you watch one and want to let her know what you …

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Jen’s October Flicks: Jacob’s Ladder

This October, we’re trying something different. From October 2nd to the 31st, Jen will be writing up horror movie recommendations on a daily basis. The selection will weave between well-worn classics and the smaller fare, but they’re all special in their own way. If you watch one and want to let her know what you …

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Jen’s October Flicks: Alien

This October, we’re trying something different. From October 2nd to the 31st, Jen will be writing up horror movie recommendations on a daily basis! The selection will weave between well-worn classics and the smaller fare, but they’re all special in their own way. If you watch one and want to let her know what you …

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Jen’s October Flicks: Pontypool

This October, we’re trying something different. From October 2nd to the 31st, Jen will be writing up horror movie recommendations on a daily basis. The selections will weave between well-worn classics and the smaller fare, but they’re all special in their own way. If you watch one and want to let her know what you …

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The Joys of Agony

In the seven months since Nier: Automata’s release, I’ve played through a number of heavy-hitters and memorable gems alike, yet none have had the same level of permanence. The wounds left by Yoko Taro’s depressing masterpiece never closed: “Vague Hope (Cold Rain)” still makes me tear up without fail, and few things give me greater …

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