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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 31, 2023

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Neil Haeems

Neil Haeems joined The Daily Californian's arts & entertainment staff in summer 2020 and is a former deputy arts & entertainment editor (spring 2021). He also contributed to the department as video game beat reporter in fall 2020 and fall 2021.

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The PS5 version of Finnish developer Remedy Entertainment’s 2019 action-packed, mind-bending paranormal thriller takes full advantage of the powerful new hardware, transforming Control into one of the best next-gen experiences currently available.
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The PS5 version of Finnish developer Remedy Entertainment’s 2019 action-packed, mind-bending paranormal thriller takes full advantage of the powerful new hardware, transforming Control into one of the best next-gen experiences currently available.
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Carmichael’s directing style focuses on propelling the story forward, with each successive scene scaling the action up further.
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Carmichael’s directing style focuses on propelling the story forward, with each successive scene scaling the action up further.
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Cage spends too much time listening to exposition and waiting for the surprisingly listless plot to push him into the next weird occurrence.
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Cage spends too much time listening to exposition and waiting for the surprisingly listless plot to push him into the next weird occurrence.
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Corbine’s winding narrative always keeps viewers in dreaded anticipation for the next big story beat and, more importantly, continues to surprise through to the end.
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Corbine’s winding narrative always keeps viewers in dreaded anticipation for the next big story beat and, more importantly, continues to surprise through to the end.
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Although virtual in execution, this year’s Sundance Film Festival has still managed to uplift the heart, passion and technical excellence of the filmmaker’s creative spirit.
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Although virtual in execution, this year’s Sundance Film Festival has still managed to uplift the heart, passion and technical excellence of the filmmaker’s creative spirit.
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“Censor” is peppered with compelling moments and saturated with style, but lacks the momentum needed to deliver its low-budget horror film love-letter to the designated audience.
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“Censor” is peppered with compelling moments and saturated with style, but lacks the momentum needed to deliver its low-budget horror film love-letter to the designated audience.
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Here's a guide to some of the most exciting 2020 movies that are finally coming out in 2021 after being delayed due to the pandemic.
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Here's a guide to some of the most exciting 2020 movies that are finally coming out in 2021 after being delayed due to the pandemic.
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Even if CD Projekt Red is able to fix all the glaring technical issues in Cyberpunk 2077, it will always be a shining beacon of everything wrong with the video game industry.
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Even if CD Projekt Red is able to fix all the glaring technical issues in Cyberpunk 2077, it will always be a shining beacon of everything wrong with the video game industry.
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The game is a fresh riff on a familiar story, and by using its branching storylines to explore Orwell’s political commentary, it provides a new way to look at “Animal Farm.”
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The game is a fresh riff on a familiar story, and by using its branching storylines to explore Orwell’s political commentary, it provides a new way to look at “Animal Farm.”
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Had Ubisoft stripped away the filler content, Immortals’ witty writing and puzzle-based gameplay may have elevated the game above generic knockoff status.
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Had Ubisoft stripped away the filler content, Immortals’ witty writing and puzzle-based gameplay may have elevated the game above generic knockoff status.
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