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Author Archives: Matt Paprocki

Matt Paprocki has critiqued home media and video games for 13 years and is the reviews editor for Pulp365.com. His current passion project is the technically minded DoBlu.com. You can read Matt's body of work via his personal WordPress blog, and follow him on Twitter @Matt_Paprocki.

Xbox One Review: ‘Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare’

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It's fancy, a smart sequel requiring a need to re-learn without breaking player trust in the worn sight/shoot/duck routine. Read More »

Wii U Review: Bayonetta 2

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Bayonetta 2 is free to utilize the medium as a digital platform for an expose on femininity – in addition to being a button-slamming delight. Read More »

PlayStation 4 Review: ‘Destiny’

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'Destiny' is a confused half-MMO in that it is only artificially massive, leanly constructed for multiplayer, and arbitrarily forced online. Read More »

Nintendo 3DS Review: ‘Azure Striker Gunvolt’

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This fresh-faced, homely universe dwindles without the establishment of logic, place, or character. Read More »

Xbox 360 Review: ‘Sacred 3′

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Interactive fantasy worlds need a satirical skewering. 'Sacred 3' is not the project to do so. Read More »

Xbox One Review: ‘Madden NFL 15′

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Madden is just the football for the sake of its simulation as much as it is a promotional tool meant to convey an image of glossy perfection. Read More »

Wii U Review: ‘Shovel Knight’

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'Shovel Knight' is a darling neo 8-bit satire with genuine retro affections. Read More »

PlayStation 4 Review: ‘EA UFC’

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EA conclusively brings in its own dollars with a flashy replication of broadcast TV. Read More »

PlayStation 4 Review: ‘Watch Dogs’

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Watch Dogs shoots. It detonates bombs. It turns rudimentary without identity. Read More »

Nintendo 3DS Review: ‘Yoshi’s New Island’

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Arzest enters into a design slump often unseen under NIntendo's first party banner. Read More »