In Path of Neo, developed by Shiny Entertainment and distributed by Atari, you assume the role of the hero of the Matrix trilogy, Neo, and play through the events of the movies from Neo’s point of view, playing out expanded and alternate scenarios from the trilogy, as well as new missions, written by the Wachowski Brothers.
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I like John Jackson Miller’s writing. His work on the Star Wars: Lost Tribe of the Sith novellas and short stories went a long way to establishing a unique identity and twist for a well-worn concept. Although I bailed early on his Knights of the Old Republic comic book, I can appreciate that it has its fans and was pretty popular.
Then Miller applied his craft to the Star Trek universe, namely for Star Trek: Titan in a novella that is a follow-up to the previous novel, James Swallow’s The Poisoned Chalice. How does it fair?
Unfortunately, not so well.
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A few months ago, I had purchased a Fitbit, which is all the rage in terms of fitness trackers. I wanted something to track steps and easily sync to my smartphone in an ongoing effort to improve my health. Being budget conscious, I didn’t want to spend very much, and the Fitbit cost $99. For me, that hit the sweet spot.
The gadget geek in me had looked at smartwatches such as the Pebble and Samsung Gear for a while. Each presented issues. Samsung’s smartwatch was strictly tied to its Galaxy phone brand, and wouldn’t work with other devices. Though at the time I was using a Galaxy Note 3, I know myself well enough that I tend to switch between devices depending on testing needs and personal preferences, and tying myself to such a narrow set of options with Samsung would be an unwise move (the mediocre reviews didn’t help, either). With the Pebble, I liked the simplicity and long battery life, but felt like it was to smartwatches what the old Palm III was to handhelds: quaint rough drafts of the platform.
Or, the Sith’s Guide to Getting Your Groove Back The sequel to Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith … Continue reading [Retro-Review] Star Wars: Dark Lord: The Rise of Darth Vader (2006)