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Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor Review


Shadow of Mordor is an open world action-adventure game based on J.R.R Tolkien’s novels The Hobbit and Lord of the Rings, as well as Peter Jackson’s film adaptations. 812 more words

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Furnishing the Doll's Dungeon

For a change of pace, I have finished some of the more terrainy bits and bobs that have been cluttering up my workspace lately.

We start with some of the plastic bits from the Conan boardgame, and that are probably the most Dollhouse furniture of them all. 150 more words


Teutoburger Wald 2

Time to upload my latest efforts. These are in sequence (over the last 6 months).

In reviewing my last 10 or more photos I’ve noticed that they are seriously dark and underexposed. 36 more words

Art Work

The Movie - Monolith - by Ivan Silvestrini

Technology is not always an advantage, sometimes it can become a deadly enemy. Remarkable movie, excellent narration and enchanting images of the California Desert.


Review: F.E.A.R.

Reviewed on PC.

Do you wish your tactical room clearing shooter was a little more spooky? I have the game for you.

In F.E.A.R., you play as an operative, who is part of an organisation that deals with the supernatural called First Encounter Assault Recon (or F.E.A.R.), who obviously wanted a cool acronym. 945 more words


Micro Transactions in Single Player Games Are The Next "Season Pass" But Worse

Author: Nathan Doverspike

Yup, you read that right.  Micro transactions in single player games are the next fad, the newest iteration of the darker and more greedy side of gaming, just like seasons passes were (and still are).   1,417 more words

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Monolith society: Between light and shadow

Monolith society:
Between shadow and light

In the grip
Of dictation

Squeezing egoism
Attached to
Promised candy

Imprisoned mind
Based on
Empty words… 74 more words