Cities: Skylines Review

City builders were once bundled into the strategy gaming scene, but recently they have evolved into a genre of their own. These games primarily focus on planning, building, and maintaining a city and its people. It may not sound like much, but the best of them manage to make it an incredibly challenging and rewarding experience. Cities: Skylines comes to us from developer Colossal Order of Cities in Motion fame,

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The debate for whether or not phablets have a place in our current mobile device market has been going on for several device generations. The larger screen hybrids are perfect for some, and cumbersome for others. What may be the perfect single device symbiotic relationship for one man may be an unnecessary weight in the pocket of another. CultureMass spoke on the subject in an episode of the tech podcast “Techasaurus” a few months

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If there are any of you out there in the ether that have not seen or are unaware of the movies of Hayao Miyazaki, stop right now and rent, stream, beg, borrow, or steal any Miyazaki titles you can get your hands on—even if you are convinced that all Japanese anime looks and smells like Pokémon. I love the movies of Hayao Miyazaki. When his films are a complete success—especially

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As you may have read last week, I got a launch PS4. It’s the slickest, newest piece of Sony hardware, and it’s all mine. But, at the end of the day, it is a launch console surrounded by months of hype and hyperbole. How does it hold up, now that I’m keeping it as my new entertainment hub? Does the PS4 live up to the hype? Setting it Up Some users have

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