Monthly Archive: October, 2014

Hidden gems: 9 Persons, 9 Hours, 9 Doors

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Disclaimer: The following review reflects my opinion on 999: 9 Persons, 9 Hours, 9 Doors. The following review also contains a very minor early-game spoiler. The DS is Nintendo’s most successful portable console,… Continue reading

Welcome to Freddy Fazbears Pizza…

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Introduction I want to start by saying Five Nights at Freddy’s is not something you would usually expect from a horror game. Its gameplay is simple and its objective is clear, playing through… Continue reading

Celebrating Halloween Colors

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Horror isn’t really my thing, so I’m going to tell you guys what I think of the first two seasons of Orange is the New Black. As a Netflix Original TV Show (how… Continue reading

Why wasn’t American Horror Story: Coven scary?

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This is your official spoiler alert! If you haven’t watched all three seasons of American Horror Story as well as the season 4 premiere and do not wish to know major plot events… Continue reading

Super Smash Bros. for 3DS Review/Competitive Analysis

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First, full disclosure (because apparently, that’s a concept part of the internet is keen on starting month-long hate campaigns over, recently): I’ve been playing a lot of Smash in a competitive setting lately,… Continue reading

Dumplings

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I’m a pretty big fan of the Asian horror genre. It has this distinct feel that, justifiably, puts it in its own separate category when compared to horror films from the Western hemisphere. I… Continue reading

Becchin to Mandara

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“Welcome to the twisted world of Jiro Matsumoto”

October News

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With good old October here and on its way, The Vault Team decided once again to celebrate this fantastic month with a few fitting horror-inspired issues coming your way. Get ready to check… Continue reading

White Album 2 Review/Analysis

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Winter is coming, so why not face the fact head on by watching an above average anime rom-com that I guarantee will set the tone for the season? In this review/analysis I will… Continue reading