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Can A Game Be Too Short?

Chuckle, chuckle guffaw! Oh us gamers certainly are a frivolous and funny bunch. If we are not striving for graphical fidelity or consolidating parity between consoles, we inevitably kindle an alternate fire to cauterise an extraneous wound we’ve been picking at like some narcissistic pyromancer. 764 more words

Feature

He was truly innocent.

Prompt -

Finish the story begins with: “The old typewriter had a mind of its own”

The old typewriter had a mind of its own – the man was unhappily aware of its power. 148 more words

Fiction

Murder - Sarah Pinborough (Book Review)

Murder by Sarah Pinborough is the sequel to the thrilling period piece Mayhem. Dr. Thomas Bond, having survived the horror of the Thames Torso Killer and the terror of Jack the Ripper, is piecing his life together again. 466 more words

Book Reviews

Werewolves of London come out to play in The Order: 1886

The Order: 1886 is so focused on being an interactive movie it forgets to give equal time to its shootouts and brawls in order to still count as a game. 68 more words

London

Why do we still care about Jack the Ripper?

If you mention Jack the Ripper to almost anyone in the English-speaking world (and quite a few beyond), the majority of them will have an opinion on who was the murderer. 742 more words

Travel

Jack the Ripper

I am researching Jack the Ripper for a future Sam Smith story and for a novel set in 1888. Personally, I don’t think any of the ‘usual suspects’, George Chapman, Francis Tumblety, Aaron Kosminski, etc was Jack the Ripper and I doubt that his true identity will be found. 33 more words

True Crime