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The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt Review

Woo hoo Witcher woman! She got the moon in her eyes!

The Witcher games have always been very odd for me. Fantasy RPGs tend to stick with a particular tried-and-true formula, yet the series has made an effort to be distinctly different from everything that might make it similar to Dragon Age or The Elder Scrolls. Some of the decisions - like its distinct races and lore - are a welcome diversion. Yet there are some design choices which feel different for the sake of being different at best and baffling at worst.

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Kirby and the Rainbow Curse Review

This spiritual successor to Kirby: Canvas Curse will give you a better appreciation of Claymation.

Kirby’s morph ball versatility has allowed him to assume the role of a pinball, a golf ball, and a rolling ball controlled by a… rainbow brush. That last one came from 2005’s Kirby: Canvas Curse DS, which used the touch screen to draw lines for guiding Kirby through all sorts of obstacle filled levels. Kirby and the Rainbow Curse, the pink puffball’s first Wii U title, follows the same style of gameplay but improves the experience in a number of ways and does it with a fantastic visual style.

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Backloggers Anonymous Dead Space 2 Part 1

Bringing Backloggers Back from Dead Space!

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Nerds Without Pants Episode 74: Symphony of the Pantsless Nerds

Short, but sweet!

No time for a long post, folks. Julian is on vacation. We hope you like this abbreviated episode of Nerds Without Pants, because episode 75 is gonna be EPIC.

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Gradius Review Rewind

Destroy the core!

The 1980s was a true renaissance period for the budding video game industry. Arcade games like Xevious, Donkey Kong, and OutRun gave us new levels of visual, audio and strategic detail that took us beyond the comparatively simple mechanics of Pong and Space Invaders. It was indeed the golden age of gaming.

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Nerds Without Pants Special: E3 2015: The Phantom Hololens

What witchcraft is this?!

Well, we didn't think we had anything more to say, but here we are with the third Nerds Without Pants E3 special in a row. You lucky people!

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Nerds Without Pants Special: E3 2015: Salty Morph Balls

It's all fun and games until Nintendo jams a thumb in your eye.

The Nerds Without Pants are back for more E3 discussion, and we brought some friends! We are joined by JD and Pixlbit site director-turned-game-programmer Nick to talk about all sorts of fun things!

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Nerds Without Pants Special: E3 2015: Exploding Pants

So...much...win!

Hey guys an gals! No time for talking in this post, because this E3 special of Nerds Without Pants is coming in hot. The Pantsless Ones talk about the major press conferences and are amazed at how excited they are for this year's show (and next year's games!). There was no time for Julian to work his usual editing magic so we hope you all enjoy anyway. E3!!!

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Nerds Without Pants Episode 73: All Aboard the E3 Hype Train

So much hype that only Astrotrain can contain it!

Welcome to the last Nerds Without Pants before E3 2015! Angelo and Julian get together to catch up on a bunch of Consumption Junction (and anime, apparently), as well as talk about their hopes and dreams for the Electronic Entertainment Expo. Enjoy!

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Elegy for a Dead World Review

Infinite possibilities; short-lived experience

It's not every day we get a game that encourages the use of imagination in the form of creative writing. There’s no fate for humanity to be won or quest for the ultimate armor to be had.  While the game does take place in some quadrant of outer space, there's not a single creature to kill or flying craft to destroy. In fact, there's nary a living soul to interact with at all. Instead, progress is made by using the power of prose.

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