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Review: Blazers beat OKC 114-94, Lead Series 2-0

The duo of Damian Lillard and CJ McCollum can only be included for so long. Lillard had 29 points, McCollum 33, and the Portland Trail Blazers took advantage of a strong third quarter to wipe out the Oklahoma City Thunder Rose City, 114-94. Here are the takeaways of tonight: Second half, two lead: The teams went to halftime at 54, …

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My time at Portia Review (PS4)

My time at Portia is a charming life simulation game that revolves around your new life and conducts a workshop in the post-apocalyptic city of Portia. Unlike most of these settings, Portia is filled with vivid colors and happy inhabitants. However, the city still bears the scars of the apocalyptic event that shook the world. Humanity has only recently moved …

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iPad mini 5 review: When portability matters

From the outside, the new iPad mini is practically a copy of the iPad mini 4, but it does offer some serious improvements under the hood. As you've probably heard, the fifth generation iPad Mini is basically an iPad Air 3. It has a much more compact form factor. In fact, the iPad Mini 5 is a powerful tablet that …

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River Bank Battery Review: modular, powerful and full of connectors

In the chrome and colorful world of consumer electronics, there is nothing tresperer than a portable battery. These are thick plates of lithium-ion cells that we do not wear because we want, but because we have to. What if I told you there's a long-lasting battery that has as much gadget appeal as Google's condemned Project Ara? Learn the modular …

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Earth Defense Force: Iron Rain Review

Share. New looks do not hide good, old-fashioned fun. By Joe Skrebels I have this thing. I hate cucumber. I hate it so much. But no matter how much I explain, why most people do not understand it. I just have to taste it differently than other people. It's a fundamental, maybe even genetic difference. I understand, others do not. …

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Hellboy Review – IGN

By Meg Downey Hellboy may not be the most famous comic hero in the world, but he's certainly loved – a status that gives him his own cinematic reboot of director Neil Marshall, just over a decade after Guillermo del Toro's classical duology. Unfortunately, Big Red's return to the screen is anything but a welcome successor or worthy successor to …

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