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Review: The Book of Life

By all accounts, this hasn’t been a standout year for animation aimed at younger viewers. Even the most successful and acclaimed example, The LEGO Movie, was, if anecdotal evidence is to be believed, more popular with older audiences with many children being reportedly quite bored amidst all the post-modern gags and clever, subversive humor. Many […]

Exclusively Self-Sabotaging – Tomb Raider And Timed Exclusivity

One can certainly see the logic of the current trend of timed-exclusives with the console market the way it is. There’s an assumption, and one that’s definitely based somewhat on reality, that it’s not unlikely for a person to own more than one of the major consoles (or some form of console/PC combination). In a […]