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‘Ghost Trick: Phantom Detective’ Mobile Game Review

The fact that a game is great on a DS doesn’t mean its iOS port will be as impressive, or even playable. Some people yearn for Nintendo-sanctioned Mario Kart or Metroid to come to mobile, but that prospect sickens us. Some games just require buttons. Ghost Trick: Phantom Detective, though, is on the opposite end of the spectrum. It plays as though it was built from the ground up for iStuff.

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‘SpellTower’ Mobile Game Review

If Boggle ever got Tetris drunk and made sweet love to it while Words with Friends watched, SpellTower would be its love child.

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Kip Moore, ‘Up All Night’ – Album Review

It’s a little early to call any album the best anything of 2012, but it’s no stretch to say Kip Moore‘s debut is the best by a new country artist this year, so far. ‘Up All Night’ introduces the gypsy from south Georgia as an inspiring storyteller, a talented lyricist and a gritty, well-traveled vocalist.

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Ford Mutilates Mustang’s Classic, Iconic Design For 2015 Model

There are few things in life that are treated with as much reverence and respect as the Ford Mustang. Sure there may have been some noticeable changes in the later models from its earlier concepts and classic originals, but even the most modern edition has been able to maintain some semblance of its unique and iconic look…until now.

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George Strait, ‘Drinkin’ Man’ – Song Review

When you’ve been around for over 30 years and put almost 60 songs on top of the Billboard charts, it’s probably difficult to surprise people, right? Actually, if you’ve made it that far it’s because you’ve turned surprises into a career. George Strait‘s new song ‘Drinkin’ Man’ is a gut-punch one dials up again and again.

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Keith Urban, ‘For You’ – Song Review

The release of ‘For You’ as Keith Urban‘s new single seems loaded with trepidation. Typically (but certainly not always) an artist will release a single, make a video and then perform it at an awards show. With ‘For You’ the order was jumbled, perhaps indicating that Urban’s team wasn’t sure how the song would be received by fans and radio.

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Willie Nelson, ‘Just Breathe’ – Song Review

Much like Johnny Cash on ‘Hurt,’ Willie Nelson makes fans aware of his fragile mortality with an evocative cover of Pearl Jam‘s ‘Just Breathe.’ The famous country singer is joined by his son Lukas on this first listen of music from the upcoming ‘Heroes’ album. Together, they silence the room. Only a stone will keep from fighting tears after a few listens.

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Kelly Clarkson, ‘Mr. Know It All’ – Song Review

Kelly Clarkson should write the book on how to transition from pop to country music. The singer has been showing up at country award shows and on collaborations for years, but finally submerged herself in country waters with a remake of her own ‘Mr. Know It All.’

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Scotty McCreery, ‘Water Tower Town’ – Song Review

Scotty McCreery will perform ‘Water Tower Town’ on ‘American Idol’ Thursday night (March 29), just hours after the track from ‘Clear as Day’ becomes the North Carolina singer’s third single. Thus far, his radio catalog has behaved like Grandma’s famous green bean casserole — great on Sunday, pretty good the day after, but by the third helping you’re ready to try a new flavor.

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Dierks Bentley, ’5-1-5-0′ – Song Review

Every summer Dierks Bentley seems to have a song perfectly suited for speeding down a back country highway with the windows down and the stereo up. His uptempo songs have a Tasmanian Devil feel to them. Like ‘Free and Easy’ and ‘Lot of Leavin’ Left to Do’ before that, ’5-1-5-0′ is three minutes of reckless energy.

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Rosehill, ‘Sunday’ – Song Review

The new single from Texas duo Rosehill aims at being the fun, let loose sort of jam that one can’t wait to hear live. But ‘Sunday’ doesn’t quite get there. Blake Myers and Mitch McBain seem to be holding back, and unfortunately, the quality of their vocals suffer.

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Jerrod Niemann, ‘Shinin’ on Me’ – Song Review

The lead single from Jerrod Niemann‘s second studio album on Arista Nashville travels a road fans of ‘Judge Jerrod and the Hung Jury’ are familiar with. ‘Shinin’ on Me’ buries hurt with a few smiles and a positive attitude.

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