Monthly Archives: May 2011

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After some copy and pasting, I’ve collected a collection of previously published writings for professional purposes. Yes. All the posts previous to this one are most of my writings from the Student Voice. All the links are provided in the … Continue reading

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“Monsters” review: Sci-fi done cheaply beautiful

A beautifully shot, yet flatly acted romp through the Infected Zone. When disaster strikes, panic ensues. As the situation turns dire, logic seems impossible and grief sets in. What happens when we move on? Where the typical monster movie ends, … Continue reading

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Machete review: Mexploitation at its sharpest

Machete is bringing back the exploitation films of yore into this crisp and clean age. As the film grain hits the screen in this high-definition era, there already is a feeling of being duped. Machete is bringing back the exploitation … Continue reading

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War freezes over in Killzone 3

The war against the Helghast heats up in the tundra in the next installment of the PlayStation exclusive shooter series, Killzone 3. The trials of the Interplanetary Strategic Alliance against the Helghast continue with increased brutality, having players assume the … Continue reading

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In the belly of the beast: PixelJunk Shooter 2 Impressions

Going with the flow, PixelJunk Shooter’s dynamic fluids and scientist rescuing antics return to the PlayStation Network with new creative game play mechanics like light and corrosive acids. Continuing right after the first game, players find themselves rescuing more scientists … Continue reading

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Harry Potter and the Gears of Wizard War

Harry is back. Older, wiser and more bad-ass. Maturing with its audience, the video game for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1 is a dark change to the series, mirroring games like Gears of War and Dead Space … Continue reading

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Learn to get your swag on with Dance Central

With a two-step and a poker face, Harmonix glides into the dance game foray with Dance Central for Kinect for the Xbox 360. Ranging from dance jams from the 80s like “Funkytown” by Lipps Inc. to modern hits like “Poker … Continue reading

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