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Making Halo’s Spartans fight in ScrewAttack’s Death Battle: An interview with Chad and Torrian

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From Captain America to Halo, there has always been a certain fascination that people have had with supersoldiers, and it is pretty easy to see why. Generally, they are almost always portrayed as the very pinnacle of human evolution, capable of being faster, stronger, and smarter than your average person. However, you rarely get to see what a fight between two supersoldiers ...

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Rooster Teeth’s Day 5 episode 6 review: All things must end?

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At long last, after six episodes and almost five hours of contemplating to what lengths would people go to fight the apocalypse, Rooster Teeth’s Day 5 series comes to an end. The culmination of Ellis, Sam, Jake, and Ally’s journey to try and find out why people are dying in their sleep ends not with a whimper, but with a bang, as they finally ...

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Rooster Teeth’s Day 5 (episode 4) review: The Joel standard

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Longtime fans of Rooster Teeth’s flagship Red Vs. Blue web series have probably heard of Joel Heyman, the eccentric voice actor of one of the most prominent characters of the series, Captain Michael J. Caboose. Unsurprisingly, he was featured in most of Day 5’s pre-release promotional materials (at least when Day 5 was first announced), although he has been noticeably absent for the majority ...

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The disastrous nature of Overwatch’s Competitive mode

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With the recent release of Overwatch’s Competitive mode, it should come as no surprise that there are some grumblings about certain features that are proving to be less than ideal. After all, no one is perfect, and some things that may have sounded like a good idea conceptually may not work as well on a practical level. However, it appears as ...

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Rooster Teeth’s Day 5 (episode 2) review: It’s all in your mind

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If you were asked to think of a story that involves the end of the world, chances are that you are probably envisioning something that involves all kinds of environmental hazards and tribal human survivors fighting over everything. From games like Fallout 4 and Dead Rising to movies like Mad Max, most doomsday stories revolve around how a character overcomes said obstacles to fulfill their (usually) noble ...

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The winners and losers of E3 2016

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Year after year, dozens upon dozens of developers and publishers converge upon the Los Angeles Convention Center to show off their upcoming projects at E3. Naturally, this means that there are always some presentations that get everyone excited about an upcoming game or piece of hardware, and some presentations that leave the audience unimpressed. E3 2016 was no different, especially ...

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