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I can’t stop thinking about Immortality, 2022’s most ambitious game

There are plenty of games coming out this summer that are worth getting excited about. RPG fans will have their hands full with Soul Hackers 2 and Xenoblade Chronicles 3. Saints Row will look to hold Grand Theft Auto fans over as they continue to wait for its far-off sixth installment. And of course, Stray […]

Apple’s Medications app is a game-changer for the chronically ill

I belong to the chronically ill community. We are people whose illnesses last for an extended period of time and typically aren’t curable. We rely on several medicines to get through each day. And the most crucial task of the day for us is to take our medication on time – something I struggle with. […]

My Fake Boyfriend review: A too-guilty pleasure of a rom-com

Is it progress to say that gay rom-coms can be as silly and stupid as straight ones? That’s the dilemma one encounters when watching My Fake Boyfriend, a superficial entry into the world of romantic comedy that has no business being as enjoyable as it is. The thin material, stretched even thinner by an overabundance […]

Apple M2 smokes the $6,000 Mac Pro and M1 MacBook

Apple’s new M2 chip appeared in a leaked Geekbench 5 test today. Found inside the upcoming 13-inch MacBook Pro, the latest iteration of Apple silicon certainly did a good job — so much so that when compared to the Intel-based $6,000 Mac Pro, the M2 chip is actually the winner. Based on the leaked benchmark, […]

Thirsty Suitors turns awkward flirting into stylish RPG battles

What’s more awkward than returning to your hometown? Returning to your hometown and getting hit on by everyone you grew up with. Thirsty Suitors takes that mortifying experience and turns it into a comedic adventure where every embarrassing run-in with a flirtatious townie becomes a stylish video game battle. It’s a bit like Scott Pilgrim […]

My favorite Z Fold 3 feature? Using it as a

A few weeks ago, while waiting for a new review phone to arrive, I returned to the Galaxy Z Fold 3. During that time, I’ve used it more with the screen closed than open. At first, this may sound like an admission that folding smartphones are gimmicky failures — but it’s not. It’s proof that […]

Meta just revealed how VR headsets could look in the

Meta recently previewed a futuristic-looking VR headset concept in a metaverse promotional video. There’s no confirmation that this is an actual product in development, but the new device is clearly much more advanced than a Quest headset and even slimmer than the upcoming Cambria headset. Fingertip sensors are also shown and might help to quickly […]

Spiderhead review: Chris Hemsworth shines in slick thriller

Netflix hasn’t found much middle ground when it comes to high-profile original films. The projects produced by the streaming studio have typically been critical darlings that generate heaps of awards buzz (i.e., Mank or Roma) or forgettable flops that deliver the Hollywood equivalent of setting a mountain of money on fire. The sci-fi drama Spiderhead […]

A Plague Tale: Requiem is an ideal introduction for series

With 2022’s gaming lineup looking a little anemic after Starfield’s big delay, A Plague Tale: Requiem is now a “main stage” game. While it doesn’t have an official release date yet, it’s supposed to launch this year during a notably slow season for games. If that holds true, the “AA” stealth action sequel will get […]

How TMNT: Shredder’s Revenge unites the real and fictional NYC

When it comes to the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, there are two things that define the heroes: Pizza and New York City. Since the franchise’s creation in 1984, NYC has been a core part of the turtles’ ethos. It’s not just an empty backdrop for superhero antics, but a city that reflects their entire being. […]