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17th September 2012
With the departure of Dan Brown,Maybe Today, Maybe Tomorrow is the first release with the deep and clean tones of vocalist Liam Cromby, this move while may have disappointed fans, but is the reason this album stands out from their contemporaries.
12th September 2012
The Tekken series is one which has a special place in my heart, it manages to be something I can pick up and play time and time again and never get bored of, no matter how much it makes me want to snap the disk in half when things aren’t going my way. My earliest [...]
11th September 2012
Mobile phones today seem to have to ability to do just about everything: Order food online, take a grainy photo of a doughnut, and even tell you who played Gandalf.
10th September 2012
Tolstoy's controversial novel, Anna Karenina, has been adapted for both film and television many times, so why should all "cough up" to see the latest rendition?
8th September 2012
I'm far from being a massive Judge Dredd Fan: I saw the 1995 film and have read 3 graphic novels. I know that good old Sly Stallone removing his helmet was a massive no-no. The trailer for the new Dredd looked amazing and promised a grittier ultra-violent adaptation of the much admired 2000AD’s >>
6th September 2012
This is band who have grown up with the fans, no longer riddled with angst their hatred of society is still there only they’ve found a much more melodic way of expressing it.
3rd September 2012
It's hard to review and critique They Bleed Pixels without mentioning Super Meat Boy at least once, both are consistent with their ridiculous difficulty and both happen to be 2D side scrollers, however - They Bleed Pixels has an edge to it, it has that something extra that just makes it more >>
2nd September 2012
I can’t deny, as a gamer, I’ve been a little bored recently. The last few months have been a bit of a dry spell, so I packed my bags and made my way to Cologne, Germany to visit Gamescom, the biggest games trade fair in the world. Just like the scorching 36-degree weather in Cologne, the >>
30th August 2012
Watching people run to see the pop punk heroes was a sight to behold. "This is the worst kept secret in England right now", Billie Joe says to pretty much the whole of Reading. Playing classics from their massive back catalogue, even their new song gets everyone in the mosh pit, crowd surfing and >>
27th August 2012
Robot Entertainment are back with a second installment to their Orcs Must Die series, this time sporting a rather nifty Co-op mode, but aside from the inclusion of a friend, what's so different about Orcs Must Die 2?
27th August 2012
The game revolves around a spikey green blob, who is the victim of scientific testing on a regular basis. Naturally, it’s less than enthusiastic by this deal, so escapes, freeing his other blobby friends in the process. What follows is this little guy’s quest to eat anything and everything that >>
25th August 2012
It was only a generation ago when young drivers would spent just as long underneath their first car as they did actually driving the thing. No self respecting home garage would be without ramps and a big red tub of swarfega on the window sill. These days the only time most new drivers lift the [...]
24th August 2012
I think prog is still considered something of a dirty word in the music community... it is looked down on as pretentious, lacking in soul or just downright weird and to be fair some of it is but there is much out there that is top notch stuff, deserving more attention than it currently receives.