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Good parody or satire transcends the thing that’s being parodied or satirized. You don’t have to have seen westerns to like Blazing Saddles, disaster movies to like Airplane!, or blacksploitation movies to like I’m Gonna Git You Sucka. The same is true for the satirical newspaper The Onion, which has offered what columnist Dan Savage

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Apotheon Review Postmortem: Godkiller

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Warning: SPOILERS AHEAD Why is modern man so fond of killing Ancient Greek gods? The gods don’t come off well in Apotheon, but few Pre-Christian deities in Western mythology are appealing from a modern perspective. They seem petty, lascivious, cruel, and possessed with an unseemly fondness for turning into geese and impregnating people, but they’re

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Rentpunk Game Jam: Nickel and Dimed

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Rentpunk is a game jam for our uniquely precarious times.  In the current information economy, geek culture has become mainstream culture, yet the revenge of the nerds has been exacted at a terrible price.  The middle class is an anachronism.  Ghost towns dot the vast wasteland that separates major metropolises, their empty warehouses and factories

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