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AtomP Reviews – Far Cry Series – Part 2 – Far Cry 2


The Far Cry franchise has been around for some time now and the evolution of the series has produced some radically different games which for the most part each manage to represent their own individual era and the tropes associated with it. For this reason I’m currently writing a four part series with an article […]

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The Torch News Week 4


Martin Scorsese Shelves Presidential Documentary  Legendary Director Martin Scorsese has scrapped his half finished documentary about former US president Bill Clinton. Two years of footage have been shelved due issues over control. The former President reportedly wanted more control over the project including the interview questions and the final cut of the documentary. A spokes person […]

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Far Cry Series – Part 1 – Far Cry


The Far Cry franchise has been around for some time now and the evolution of the series has produced some radically different games which for the most part each manage to represent their own individual era and the tropes associated with it. For this reason I’m going to write a four part series with an […]

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#1: The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy


  In this first of a series, I look at the first books in a series and tell you whether are not they are worth your time. This week it’s that awesome Sci-fi comedy that takes you into the depth of space The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy   The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy on […]

Tech Time Week 2 – Reversible, reusable and repurposed ( #TechThursday )


Each week, our team of researchers scout the web for the most interesting techie tales to bring to the masses. This is the second episode of the new weekly audiovisual experience: Tech Time. In this episode, we’ll talk about 3D printers (again), a new USB and the SpaceX Falcon launch

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AtomP (P)Reviews: Space Engine


Space Engine is more of an engine than a game, in that there is no explicit gamey features but instead a massive universe to explore at your will. The essence of Space Engine is that combining real world data and procedural generation the developer has created an awesomely massive universe filled with galaxies which are […]

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Skrill Helps Linden Lab Expand Second Life Payment Options


Skrill, one of Europe’s largest leading online payment companies, have announced a collaboration with Second Life creator Linden Lab to integrate the Skrill Digital Wallet payment method for the virtual world’s users. Second Life has a booming economy represented by its virtual currency the Linden Dollar (L$), which is used by its users to pay […]

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The Torch News – Week 2


  The Bird Actor Rod Taylor Passes Away. Australian Actor,Rod Taylor has passed away at the age of 84 after suffering from attack on January 7th. Taylor is best known for his role in Alfred Hitchcock’s the Birds and the for voicing the character of Pongo in the Disney Classic 101 Dalmatians. He is survived […]

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Barton’s Movie Reviews – TAKEN 3


Back in 2008, Taken blasted on to our screens and gave us an unlikely action hero in Liam Neeson. It was a solid action film that I liked but it was by no means the great film that some claimed it to be. Fast forward to present day and Taken 3 is now in cinemas but with quite a […]

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Tech Time Week 1 – Pilot ( #TechThursday )


Each week, our team of researchers scout the web for the most interesting techie tales to bring to the masses. This is the first episode of the new weekly audiovisual experience: Tech Time. In this episode, we’ll talk about 3D printers and where they are used, real life thumbprint hack and the expansion of virtual […]

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Atomp Update: RimWorld [Ludeon Studios]


It hasn’t actually been that long since I last looked at RimWorld however the time since has seen some updates which change and improve the game, to the extent that I’d say it was the game I played over the Christmas break, with the exception of some Divinity: Original Sin co-op. (Which I’ll write about […]

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Second Life Residents petition Zuckerberg over Facebook pages


Change.org hosts a Second Life petition aimed at the Facebook Creator Mark Zuckerberg, asking Facebook to allow Second Life avatars to have a page on the popular social networking website. The Petition named ‘Allow Second Life Avatars to have a Facebook Page’ states with the growing business within Second Life, avatars should be allowed to […]

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Kevin’s Music Reviews: Holiday Hits, or Something Like It


Top Artists of the Last Month (via last.fm) Happy New Year! * ~ – This week I’ll be exploring my top 10 artist plays from the past month on last.fm, and ranting briefly about why they received any attention. What have you been listening to this month? 10 – Teebs Though technically a more suitable […]

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The Torch News – 2015 – Week 1


This week’s top stories around the web!   Video Games Psychosoftpc Announces 2014 PC Game Of The Year Awards Voting Psychsoftpc, the high performance gaming computer manufacturer, announces their voting is now open for PC Game of The Year 2014. The winners will be determined by public voting. The nominees include, Dragon Age: Inquistion, Assassin’s […]

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Barton’s Movie Reviews – BIRDMAN


Birdman finally makes its long awaited arrival in the UK and trust me when I say; believe the hype. Michael Keaton stars as Riggan Thomson, a washed-up actor once famous for playing the lead role of Birdman in a trilogy of highly successful superhero movies. With his reputation taking a beating after the third Birdman movie twenty […]

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AtomP Reviews: Turbo Dismount [Secret Exit]


After the seriousness of the last review I’ve decided to revisit something a little more silly: My original preview of Turbo Dismount was way back in February when it was only just released on Steam Early Access. The game got its proper release a while ago but I’ve waited a while as the post-release patches […]

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Have A Scary Christmas: Lovecraft and Solstice


Howard Philips Lovecraft had a thing for the darkest day of the year and ever since his opus, Call of Cthulhu, was released in 1936, so has the “cultists”. Cultists are followers of the Lovecraftian lore. People who read his stories and treat them like they were retelling of the truth. The thing about Lovecraft’s […]

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