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[Event Review] Duke Dumont Dazzles in Brooklyn Mirage 2.0 Debut

Duke Dumont made his debut at the reimagined Brooklyn Mirage with a sold-out show on Saturday, June 18. He has dazzled crowds for years, with recent major performances like Coachella. His Brooklyn Mirage show was more intimate than a massive but felt like one. The energy was nothing short of great. The Music Duke Dumont started with one of his biggest tracks, ‘Red Light Green Light‘, getting the crowd moving […]

todayJune 26, 2022

Games

TMNT: Shredder’s Revenge Review – Bodacious Arcade Nostalgia

TMNT: Shredder’s Revenge on PS4 Like many 90s kids, TMNT: Turtles In Time was a pretty beloved game for me. Whether I was out at the arcade or renting titles for the SNES at Blockbuster, this multiplayer beat ’em always took priority, as its action, visuals, and gameplay were simple but so enjoyable to play. It didn’t take long into playing TMNT: Shredder’s Revenge for a wave of nostalgia to […]

todayJune 23, 2022 1

Games

Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Hopes Review

Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Hopes on Switch I must admit, The Dark Knight was the last thing I expected to pop in my head as I was powering through Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Hopes. And yet, the more I played and the further I got into the game, that little voice in my head just kept going, “Stop pretending to care. Just get the job done and move on.” I’m […]

todayJune 21, 2022 1

Games

AI: The Somnium Files – nirvanA Initiative Review

AI: The Somnium Files – nirvanA Initiative on PlayStation 4 There’s no debate that sequels can be a tricky beast to handle. This is especially true when the first game provided a pretty convoluted plot that makes it a tough act to follow. However, Nirvana Initiative (there’s simply no way I am using the whole title throughout the review) meets and succeeds any expectations I had for a sequel. I […]

todayJune 21, 2022 1

Games

Fruits Basket Prelude Review – Forbidden Fruits That’ll Bring You to Tears

Fruits Basket -Prelude- is an incredible new story for the beloved anime. The different arcs of all the characters are a delight to watch, and longtime fans will be happy to see the return of the cast, including Tohru Honda and Kyo Soma. However, the film’s primary focus is Honda’s parents, Kyoko and Katsuya, a subject briefly discussed in the show. Katsuya Honda is a student-teacher that is trying to […]

todayJune 20, 2022 1

Music News

Album Review: Restless Mosaic’s Sophomore LP Another ‘Restless Mosaic’ of Sonic Experimentation

This guy is just really good at naming things. Starting with his artist moniker, if apt titling was the only thing needed to get people to listen to one’s music, Restless Mosaic wouldn’t even need press. It’s difficult to ignore, to the point where one has to wonder if this is actually all concept work. Like an actual visual mosaic, this artist’s work is intricate, beautiful and its full effect […]

todayJune 20, 2022 1

Games

OlliOlli World: Void Riders DLC Review

OlliOlli World: Void Riders DLC on PC So far in 2022, OlliOlli World has been my Game of the Year. The insanely precise and smooth skateboarding mechanics and customization, alongside the vast amount of different challenges, have kept me playing pretty consistently since its release back in February of this year. With all this in mind, it’s probably pretty obvious that my hype for the first DLC, Void Riders, was through the […]

todayJune 16, 2022 1

Games

Battle League Review — A Beautiful, But Empty Pitch

Mario Strikers: Battle League on Switch The beautiful game returns to the Mushroom Kingdom for the first time in 15 years with Mario Strikers: Battle League. The fast-paced and high-scoring affair is markedly different from the reality of the sport featured in the game, but that’s what makes Battle League so enjoyable. However, the overall package at launch is a bit lacking for the return of the beloved franchise. This […]

todayJune 10, 2022 1

Music News

The Magic Is Back: Lightning In A Bottle Recap [EVENT REVIEW]

As we fall back into festival mode in full swing – and finally find ourselves recovered from attending this one, we’re here to say that the return of California-born festival Lightning in a Bottle was quite the success. It had a variety of musical acts, creative projects, yoga and meditation practices, as well as some dank dumplings (Dump City for the win). The festival, put on every year by The […]

todayJune 10, 2022

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