Monthly Archives: March 2011

Fidelity Wars #99: The Dog Island – “End Credits”

The Dog Island is a strange game, and playing through it was one of the best gaming experiences I’ve had in recent memory. And the music is excellent. So excellent, in fact, that I went to the trouble of ripping … Continue reading

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Sherlock Holmes: The Awakened, aka. Cookie Cutter Cthulhu Cultists Strike Again

A few days ago I finished the game Sherlock Holmes: The Awakened, released in 2006 by Frogwares (and re-released in 2008 as a re-mastered version, mainly adding the ability to switch to a third-person view, which was the version I … Continue reading

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Fidelity Wars #98: Destroyer – “Kaputt”

Most indie hipsters are probably familiar with Destroyer; an indie rock band fronted by singer-songwriter Dan Bejar, who’s also a member of The New Pornographers. I’m not super familiar with the band’s output, but I’ve heard some songs of theirs … Continue reading

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Brief Film Reviews Galore

The Final Destination. Seemed like a hastily thrown together film made to cash in on the recent boom in the 3D films market, where the entire purpose was to throw stuff at the camera. I saw it on a normal … Continue reading

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