Posts Tagged death

Batman #0 Review

Batman #0 is kind of a strange beast. It seems to serve as a precursor to the upcoming Death of the Family in that it explores the old Red Hood and his gang – where Scott Snyder suggests that this is indeed a pre-chemical bath Joker — but it ends with a disappointing “to be […]

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Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Review

Death is a great teacher. Failure in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive is, as it always has been for this series, the greatest way to learn where you should have gone, what you shouldn’t have done, and how you could have done better. Counter-Strike players spend a lot of time learning — consequently, they are always getting better. […]

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Tony Scott’s Death and Top Gun 2

Tony Scott’s apparent suicide Sunday still has Hollywood reeling, with the fates of many of his pending projects now in question. While Scott’s death has had no immediate effect on some upcoming films, the future for Paramount’s Top Gun 2 doesn’t sound as promising. The Hollywood Reporter says that director Scott and Top Gun star […]

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Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transforms on Wii U

Memory is a funny thing. It twists and distorts the past, rewriting what actually happened. But occasionally, just occasionally, it stretches one’s memories into elaborate, death-defying race courses. Well, maybe it doesn’t, but that’s exactly what happens in Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed. Classic settings from SEGA games gone-by have been reimagined as frantic tracks […]

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