Michael Cavacini

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Archive for the month “April, 2018”

Janis Ian Sells Out Sellersville

Two-time Grammy award-winning folk music legend Janis Ian recently performed for a sold-out crowd at Sellersville Theater. A few years ago, Janis Ian made the choice to dramatically reduce her concert appearances to around four or five a year as a way to spend more time with friends and family. With this in mind, I’m grateful I had the opportunity to attend her Sellersville show, which was fantastic.

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Devious Dungeon for Nintendo Switch

Devious Dungeon is a medieval action platform title now available for Nintendo Switch. It features five worlds, 68 levels, level randomization, and much more. If you enjoy slaying monsters, collecting loot, leveling up, and upgrading your armor, look no further. For less than $10, this game has a lot of content to offer, and it’s easy to pick up and play, while still offering a decent challenge. If you’re in the market for a fun indie game with a cool retro aesthetic, check out Devious Dungeon.

Book Review: The Crash Bandicoot Files

Crash Bandicoot is one of my favorite video game characters of all time. The original trilogy of Crash Bandicoot games, which I played for hours on end on my Playstation back when they were originally released, is coming to Nintendo Switch this summer in the N. Sane Trilogy – a remastered compilation I can’t wait to dive into. If you need even more Bandicoot goodness to satiate your marsupial mania, you may want to pick up The Crash Bandicoot Files, a new publication from Dark Horse Books.

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