Dareka no Manazashi (Someone’s Gaze) Review
Sep30

Dareka no Manazashi (Someone’s Gaze) Review

Makoto Shinkai is a director that in his short time in anime has captured a generation and this particular anime fan’s heart. Often heralded as the next Hayao Miyazaki, Shinkai pushes the praise aside and focuses on creating gorgeous scenery containing earnest, relatable, and often heartbreaking character pieces. Dareka no Manazashi is his second shortest piece yet, clocking in at just less than eight minutes. But don’t be...

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Weekly Bundle Roundup: 9/28/2013
Sep30

Weekly Bundle Roundup: 9/28/2013

Welcome to the Weekly Bundle Roundup, the only place on Geekenstein where a week can be defined as a period of time somewhere between seven and nine days. This week, EVERYONE introduced a new bundle. So we’ve got a lot of games to list before we get to the giveaway. Let’s begin! Alaska Bundle For ~$5: Electronic Super Joy (Steam) March of the Eagles (Steam) Rigonauts (Steam) Sengoku- Way of the Warrior (Steam) 99 Spirits...

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It’s Alive: Kerbal Space Program
Sep28

It’s Alive: Kerbal Space Program

The Adobe Flash Player is required for video playback.Get the latest Flash Player or Watch this video on YouTube. In this episode of It’s Alive, Dustin explains the joy and frustration of Kerbal Space Program. It’s a spaceship building simulator where you will spend more time on the ground and in pieces than in actual...

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Don Jon Review
Sep27

Don Jon Review

There is no denying that Joseph Gordon Levitt has been growing his presence in Hollywood and now he’s gotten his opportunity to write and direct, and he’s decided to take that opportunity and make a movie where the main character is ripped out of everyone’s favorite section of humanity, the Jersey shore. Also he’s obsessed with his body, his family, his house and his porn. Yes, for his writing and directorial debut, Joseph Gordon...

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Cloudy With A Chance of Meatballs 2 Review
Sep27

Cloudy With A Chance of Meatballs 2 Review

It’s strange to say it, but unlike everyone who panicked about the Transformers movies destroying their childhood memories or M. Knight Shyamalan ruining a beloved TV series, I was incredibly weary of Cloudy With A Chance Of Meatballs being adapted to the silver screen. It was one of the few books I loved as a child and I still have a copy of it and it’s sequel, Pickles to Pittsburgh, today. While it does deviate heavily from the plot...

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