We all know the classic board games Scrabble and Risk; one involves tactics and words, and the other involves tactics and world domination. Both…
There has been some great music around this year, here is our writers favourite records and live shows of the past 12 months.
Nothing can kill a movie like hype, luckily I saw Submarine before anyone told me it was good, so if you haven’t seen it, forget you ever read this and then watch it. You’ll enjoy it much more.
It sounds like it was either recorded around the Pablo Honey / The Bends period, or the band have decided to go back to guitars and songs again. Either way it’s pretty good and definitely worth a listen
There’s no denying that 2011 has been an absolutely colossal year for video games, we asked Henry McMunn to give us a run down of some of the best.
The HTC Rhyme available in 2 colours ‘Clearwater’ and ‘Plum’. From the looks of things the one I have (a sort of purple pinkish colour) is geared towards the fairer of the species!
If you’ve come across Pro-Gamer MrsViolence you were probably staring down the barrel of her MP412 REX pistol.
There are disproportionately many bands of all shapes and sizes for its size, and pubs. Markets selling cupcakes and handmade buttons and cushions with moustachio’d bears on them….. New band Olympians talk about life in Norwich.
Bush Hall felt like a Christmas occasion, bathed in a soft red glow. Tim taking to the stage in dinner jacket, and Emmy wearing a floor length gown holding sleigh bells delicately like a glass of vintage wine.
Featuring the music of Metal Gods such as Styx, Journey, Bon Jovi, Twisted Sister, Poison and Asia, ‘Rock of Ages’ could be in the running for one the best or worst films ever made (not sure which yet).
Oxford band Alphabet Backwards have just released a new three track EP British Explorer and it’s great. They’ve been getting some good radio play recently and this is the video of the main song from the EP, Taller.
Daytona USA was in pretty much every arcade, and nearly every child either played it, or stood next to a friend who had money to play it… I was always the one standing and watching, not any more!
Who hasn’t emulated their hero’s in front of the bedroom mirror? The difference being, unlike me still dancing along to Kate Bush, über talented Jonny Pierce of The Drums is playing to sold out audiences.
Billed as ‘House of the Flying Daggers meets the Kama Sutra’, Sex and Zen is a great movie to watch with your partner (actually it’s just as good on your own!).