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Ian Williams on Total War: Warhammer

I really enjoyed this piece by Ian Williams over at Giant Bomb about how Total War: Warhammer fits into the business plans of world-creators Games Workshop. What I especially like about it is how Williams contextualizes the kind of rubber-band relationship that Games Workshop … Continue reading

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Ian Williams on Hulk Hogan The Liar

Hogan started his big run as a pure American hero, waving a flag as he kicked the shit out of the Iron Sheik for his first world title. The first thrill of Hulkamania coincided with the giddy height of Reaganism, … Continue reading

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Austin Walker and Ian Williams on Funk of Titans

There’s a temptation to say that popular interpretations of blaxploitation has even lost their racialized content, but there’s often a toothless trace. In Funk of Titans, after players beat a set of levels they face off in a rhythm-game dance … Continue reading

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