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Author Archives: Matt Paprocki

Matt Paprocki has critiqued home media and video games for 13 years. His current passion project is the technically minded You can follow Matt's body of work via his personal WordPress blog, and follow him on Twitter @Matt_Paprocki.

Xbox 360 Review: ‘Titanfall’


This remains the distressingly pale 'Titanfall' for an audience disinterested in pixel counting. Read More »

PlayStation 4 Review: ‘Infamous Second Son’

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Second Son's plight is that of a lead character who thrives on blockbuster, one liner attitude. Read More »

PlayStation 4 Review: ‘The Lego Movie Videogame’


Here on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, "Lego Movie" should match its cinematic CG counterpart. It doesn't. Read More »

Xbox 360 Review: ‘Deadfall Adventures’


"Deadfall"'s character growth is a clichéd attempt at saving this material, as if to make introductory sequences acceptable. It doesn't. Little of this title runs toward acceptability. Read More »

Nintendo 3DS Review: ‘Steamworld Dig’


'Steamworld Dig' is built for any stray, curious passersby, and deserving of all of them. Image & Form unequivocally earned their player base. Read More »

PS Vita Review: ‘Tearaway’


For Media Molecule, their brisk, unassuming platformer is the world. You are holding a microcosm jettisoned from the hands of digital craftsman only after creative spirit was applied to build, with systems meant to replicate an innocent wonder. Read More »

PlayStation 4 Review: ‘NBA Live 14′


This never looks like professional basketball let alone an interactive representation of the sport. Read More »

Xbox One Review: ‘Peggle 2′


Kittens. Rainbows. Babies. Flowers. It is all so beautiful. Enjoy the zen. Read More »

PlayStation 4 Review: ‘NBA 2K14′


It is a marvel in motion and mere steps away from total replication of broadcast and on-court action. Read More »

Nintendo Wii U Review: ‘Super Mario 3D World’


This is more than a reason to purchase a Wii U; it's a reason to play videogames. Read More »