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Anime’s wildest creator is back with the ecstatic, rebellious rock opera Inu-Oh

The most chaotic board Gaming News, Video Game Reviews, and Game Guidess from Gen Con 2022

The Dead by Daylight dating simulator is cute but cowardly

Secret Headquarters works best when Owen Wilson is a dad, not a superhero

Cult of the Lamb is that rare Gaming News, Video Game Reviews, and Game Guides: a fun critique of organized religion

Spider-Man Remastered PC review: All sparkle, no substance

Never Have I Ever season 3 is racing toward the end

Luck, John Lasseter’s return to animation, feels like Pixar gone wrong

​​Netflix’s The Sandman is a great ad for the Sandman comics

Prey strips the Predator formula down to basics, but finds some room for style

Bodies Bodies Bodies revs up Scream to killer speeds

Bullet Train is the Looney Tunes version of John Wick we didn’t know we needed

Fashion is the best part of The Sims 4’s High School Years expansion

Harley Quinn season 3 completes the Deadpooling of the Batman universe

The horror thriller Resurrection is bonkers in the best way

Paper Girls is acutely aware of how much growing up sucks, time war or no

Grand Theft Auto 5: A 2022 re-review

Citizen Sleeper’s first DLC recontextualizes the RPG’s tough decisions

Bear and Breakfast finds the magic in woodland resort management

B.J. Novak’s thriller satire Vengeance could use a few more sharp edges

We Met In Virtual Reality opens a startling window into people’s most surreal fantasies

DC League of Super-Pets crams every second with satirical superhero (and pet) humor

Xenoblade Chronicles 3’s story blindsided me

Hear me out: Risk of Rain 2 is the Mario 64 of roguelikes

Live A Live’s characters can’t hold the weight of its time-hopping story

Jordan Peele’s Nope brings chills and thrills, but it’s all empty air

Journeys Through the Radiant Citadel is D&D’s answer to Star Trek

The new wave of exploitation cinema is all about the immigrant experience

Stray is the work of sly cat people, and it’s a triumph

As Dusk Falls is a thrilling narrative adventure with no right choices

The reimagined cartoon version of Blazing Saddles is better than it looks

Oh no, they Fleabag-ified Persuasion

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