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Sony MDR-1000X review: No noise is good noise

Good headphones keep out other noise. Great ones let it in when you want them to. Check out MrMobile's video review!

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Djinn Caster Review: Wonderful storytelling wrapped in an action RPG

If you're a gamer, you may be turned off by Djinn Caster because it's published by Kemco — and I wouldn't blame you. After all, they've pumped out some pretty lackluster titles in the past. But Djinn Caster is worth a look!

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The Nintendo Switch is MrMobile's new favorite thing

MrMobile wouldn't call himself much of a gamer, but that may be about to switch... (Switch! Get it?!)

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Slayaway Camp Review: A morbid, funny, and entertaining puzzle game with killer flair — literally!

Slayaway Camp is a puzzle game that also serves as an homage to the campy and cheesy 80s slasher films that populated the silver screen during the time of mullets and acid wash jeans. Come for the nostalgia; stay for the bloodshed.

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Apple Watch Ceramic Edition Review

Gone are golds yellow and rose and in their place Apple Watch has a whole new Edition — Ceramic White.

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Hidden Folks Review: A cute and whimsical Where's Waldo for the digital age

While I haven't picked up a Where's Waldo book in 15 years, Hidden Folks made me feel just like I had one in my hands again, but the experience was even more mesmerizing than I remembered.

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Push to talk: remember when phones were walkie-talkies?

About a decade ago, we could push a single button and communicate instantly. Now, this feature has mostly disappered. What happened?

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RPS Saga Review: Rock, Paper, Scissors gets a makeover, but ultimately it's what's underneath that matters

RPS Saga takes its own spin on the classic hand game — Rock, Paper, Scissors — by putting it in a fantasy-RPG setting and injecting a little strategy into the gameplay.

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Evil Factory Review: The Michael Bay of top-down arcade games

Evil Factory attempted to tug on my heartstrings by playing the nostalgia card, but ultimately, as time worn on the game became more of a chore than anything else.

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Twelve South's Journal has made me a believer in folio cases

I’ve hated, hated, hated iPhone folio cases for as long as I can remember. Twelve South's Journal is different.

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