Should You Get: Receiver [Contributed]

The following is a contributed video by Speedyard AKA ShotgunButterfly9. He delves into whether you should pick up the title Receiver. Be sure to check out more of his videos on YouTube.

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Taken from the video description:

Receiver’s “high detail gun mechanics” is one of the most original and compelling ideas I’ve seen in a game. The game requires you to master them and to exercise a degree of vigilance, planning, forethought, and awareness of your environment that most games, especially shooters, never demand from you, and learning to do so is wonderfully fulfilling.

It has that glorious sensation you always get when you find a genuinely challenging game where the path to mastery is clearly laid out, truly demanding, and satisfying to accomplish.

Should You Get: Fibrillation [Contributed]

The following is a contributed video by Speedyard AKA ShotgunButterfly9. He delves into whether you should pick up the title Fibrillation. Be sure to check out more of his videos on YouTube.

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Should You Get: Limbo [Contributed]

The following is a contributed video by Speedyard AKA ShotgunButterfly9. He goes over the critically acclaimed indie title Limbo. Be sure to check out more of his videos on YouTube.

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The DVD Shelf Movie Reviews Episode 14: Fright Night

In this episode, we’ll be taking a look at the 1985 film Fright Night, a classic horror flick from an era when vampires were actually scary. I’ll give a little background about the film and its hard-to-find sequel, Fright Night Part II. Then we’ll take a look at the 2011 remake starring Colin Farrell and see how it compares to the original. Finally, I’ll give the Fright Night DVD my final recommendation.

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Should You Get: Ittle Dew [Contributed]

The following is a contributed video by Speedyard AKA ShotgunButterfly9. He goes over the indie game Ittle Dew which plays like a love letter to classic Legend of Zelda titles. Be sure to check out more of his videos including his previous contributed piece looking at Dear Esther.

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The DVD Shelf Movie Reviews Episode 13: Christopher Nolan’s Following

In this episode, we’ll be taking a look at the very first film from director Christopher Nolan, Following – a black and white thriller that set the stage for his later hit films including Memento, The Dark Knight, and Inception. And if this episode seems a little bizarre, don’t adjust your monitors – I’ve just barrowed some of Nolan’s signature time manipulation tricks to help tell his story.

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The DVD Shelf Movie Reviews Episode 12: The Great Outdoors

In this episode, I try and shake off a head cold by checking out the classic summer vacation comedy, The Great Outdoors, starring Dan Aykroyd and John Candy. We’ll take a brief look at the careers of Aykroyd and Candy along with legendary writer-producer-director John Hughes, who wrote the screenplay for this film.

The DVD Shelf Movie Reviews is hosted and was created by David Rose of HappyDragonPictures.com.