Disintegration Single-Player Review

 

While helicopters have been powerful enemies in countless shooters, there haven’t been too many games lately where you get to fly one into combat yourself. But in the sci-fi first-person shooter Disintegration (Xbox One, PlayStation 4, PC), you get ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: Red Noise Author John P. Murphy

 

While real life would be so much better without jerks, the same can’t be said for fiction. Take the new pulpy sci-fi novel Red Noise (paperback, Kindle), which kicks off when jerks, well, act like jerks. ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: Point B Author Drew Magary

 

Usually when someone writes a science fiction story about a technology that doesn’t exist…yet, the writer will base their version more on fictional depictions than real science. But in the following email interview with writer Drew Magary about his ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: Driving The Deep Author Suzanne Palmer

 

Last year, writer Suzanne Palmer introduced us to space ship repossession specialist Fergus Ferguson in her cheeky sci-fi caper novel, Finder. Well, as they say, you can’t keep a good man down…or a man who tries really, really ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: Ballistic Author Marko Kloos

 

With Ballistic (hardcover, paperback, Kindle), iconic science fiction writer Marko Kloos is continuing the military sci-fi space opera saga The Palladium Wars that he began last year with Aftershocks. In the following email interview, ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: The Eleventh Gate Author Nancy Kress

 

In many sci-fi space operas, the way people get around isn’t as important as what they do when they get there. But that’s not true for Nancy Kress’ The Eleventh Gate (paperback, Kindle), in which the ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: Avatars Inc. Editor Ann VanderMeer & Anthology Creator Eric Desatnik

 

NASA is full of scientists who got into science and space because of Star Trek and other science fiction stories. So it makes sense that someone would use science fiction to entice other people to embrace science and technology. ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: Always Human Author / Artist Ari North

 

At the rate technology is advancing, it seems inevitable that humans will one day be able to improve themselves with cybernetic enhancements. But this will also inevitably lead to a day when some people are augmented and other people ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: Now, Then, And Everywhen Author Rysa Walker

 

As fans of the Terminator movies can tell you, keeping track of things in a time travel story can sometimes be tricky. Consider, for a moment, Rysa Walker’s new novel, Now, Then, And Everywhen (paperback, Kindle), ...CONTINUE

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