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The New Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth Is A Lot Like The Old One

(Source: kotaku.com)

Some video game sequels take great pains to get players up to speed on what occurred in the previous game. Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth – Hacker’s Memory is not one of those sequels. 669 more words


Review: Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth

Move over Pokemon! I said, move over… damn it, why won’t you budge? Fine, stay there. I’ll just review a Digimon game until you move. 1,533 more words



Sleuth! Text-based murder! Player and Doodler inside jokes! Italian Sonnets! We’ve got it all!

Doodle: 10 more words


The Week In Games: Cyber Sleuthing The Winter Away

(Source: kotaku.com)

Who needs a Breath of the Wild-style Pokemon game when we’ve got a new Digimon to look forward to?

The annual slow start to game releases that is the month of January always manages to catch me off guard. 328 more words


What Rattles?

A pebble rattles in my shoe.

Is the Congo River Basin –a setting unfamiliar to most potential readers– a smart place to introduce a sleuth? Or should my linguist first appear in a more “known” setting? 66 more words


Feel Good Smithereens

There is a Cozy Mystery in my bones!

Yesterday, while crisscrossing Alabama my mind on anything but sleuthy plots, the sticking point in my first mystery’s Chapter One was blown to smithereens in a moment of startling inspiration. 29 more words


The Liar in the Library (Fethering Mystery #18) by Simon Brett

Synopsis: When an author event at the local library ends in murder, Jude finds herself a suspect in the waspishly witty new Fethering mystery.
Having been booked to give a talk at Fethering Library, successful author Burton St Clair invites his old friend Jude to come along. 284 more words