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It is officially summer, and what better way to celebrate this joyous season than with a bunch of awesome content from our new Creators? Thank you to all the newcomers for sharing your incredible ideas, short films and and opinion pieces! We're glad to have you in our community and look forward to seeing more great content from you in the future.

The Great Benny and His Sandlot BY Kellie Clove

Get ready for a trip down memory lane because I am about to remind you of a movie you probably have not seen in a long time. Do you remember The Sandlot? From the incredible acting of the kids to the memorable catchphrases, and finally, the timely comedy in the film, The Sandlot is basically pure genius. Allow Kellie Clove to reintroduce you to absolute gem from the early nineties.

This Is How Open-World Games Can Learn From RPGs BY Gordon Siu

Remember when open-world games were a rarity? Nowadays, with the help of games such as Grand Theft Auto III, this concept has already evolved to the point of it occupies its own genre within modern releases. Unfortunately the excitement surrounding open-world games has died down, now often associated with laziness. Gordon Siu is starting to feel the same way. He explains in his article why these games leave him feeling more and more unfulfilled with each new release.

'Pokémon Sun and Moon' News (Beginning to Current) BY Chris Myers

Gotta catch 'em all! Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon have been announced and both now have a November 18th release date. Not sure what else there is to know about these upcoming video games? Not to worry, Chris Myers has got you covered. From the trailer released in May to the details of the characters we can expect to see, Chris takes you through the ins and out of these fantastic upcoming games.

5 Things That Pride and Prejudice Teach Us About Romance BY Caroline

Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice is one of my all-time favorite romantic movies, which is why it does not surprise me that it teaches us quite a bit about true love. The film depicts an interesting take on marriage, morality and education, one which is still surprisingly relevant to this day. Elizabeth Bennet is not your average woman, yet her journey is one that many girls and woman can relate to. Caroline helps us understand that you don’t have to show your “goods” to get a man’s attention.

OMG! (Oh My Guts): Blood, Guts and Giggles BY Dima Levanchuk

Horror fans rejoice because I have a new comedic horror sketch OMG, Oh My Guts that is going to blow your mind. Imagine if Leatherface and one of his unfortunate victims, Sally Hardesty, were childhood friends. Would he have gone ahead with his murderous plans regardless or would they have exchanged memories over a cup of coffee? Those are the kind of questions that inspired Dima Levanchuk's OMG, Oh My Guts. Prepare yourself for a whole lot of blood.

'The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild,' A Link to the Timeline BY Nathan Phipps

If you are a lifelong Legend of Zelda fan like Nathan Phipps, then the chances are that you too spent almost an entire day watching Nintendo's E3 Livestream, Treehouse Live. After two and a half years of waiting, Nintendo has finally surprised its fans with a first real look at the Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild (BotW). Taking the franchise way back to its roots, fans can expect a fantastic new game to add to their Zelda collection. If you were not convinced already, Nathan's review should definitely do the trick.

Why Overwatch is the Shooter We've Been Waiting For BY Funke

For those who don't know, Overwatch is Blizzard's new first-person shooter, and according to Funke it is going to shake things up. Never has he been this excited about a game; it has got 21 characters to choose from and there is a great deal of character customization. Did I mention it is also a visually pleasing game? After Funke has broken down the game for you, you will be left wondering why you were not already playing Overwatch to begin with.

Human Nature in a Reciprocating Society BY Sunny Bay

Hayao Miyazaki’s Spirited Away has been praised and adored by millions of fans across the world. It's more than just a beautiful story. Using Shinto values as a base, Spirited Away aims to present audiences with the negative aspects of human desire. Sunny Bay takes us on a journey, highlighting the manner in which human nature, society and human desire are depicted in the film. Cinephiles, it honestly does not get more interesting than this.

Feeling Kind of Good: My Best of E3 BY Thinh Nguyen (Tink)

It is safe to say that E3 was a big deal. It has always been Thinh Nguyen's goal to one day make it onto the E3 floor and to soak up everything these video game companies have to offer. Though that has not happened yet, technology has made it possible for fans to follow every single announcement live. All the coverage can be quite overwhelming, which is why Tink has narrowed it down to his absolute favorite moments. What were YOUR favorite E3 moments?

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