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Retro Monday – “Ratchet & Clank: Gladiator”

Well it is convention season… This week was Gamescom. I have yet to go to a Gamescom convention, even though I stood outside the convention centre last year but didn’t go in. I have family in Germany so I end up there about this time of year so going would kill so figurative birds with […]

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Atomp (P)Reviews: Minecraft Pocket Edition [Mojang]

My Minecraft review stretched over two weeks and I have still not fully covered the full extent of this indie powerhouse. Minecraft Pocket Edition has been available for some time however up until recently it has been severely limited and a couple of versions behind the PC variation at least. This was true to the […]

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Kevin’s Music Reviews: Shin Megami Tensei: Nocturne 2004, PS2

Though far from gaming’s most cherished soundtrack, Shin Megami Tensei: Nocturne isn’t one that should be ignored. However, that just might be exactly the problem. In a genre reigned by the compositional genius and thematic excellence of masterminds such as Nobuo Uematsu, the soundtrack’s possibly most unfortunate circumstance is that it belongs to a JRPG. […]

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Retro Monday: “Metal Gear Sold 3: Snake Eater”

A cold open for a week of my childhood… It’s been a busy week for my childhood. The fabled Japanese animation studio, Studio Ghibli, may be closing down, or just closing or shrinking its in house-animation. Either way, not nice for a studio that prides itself on taking its time to finish a film well […]


Barton’s Movie Reviews – THE INBETWEENERS 2

Everyone get your wellies out! Will, Jay, Neil and Simon are back and this time they’re in Australia. The Inbetweeners 2 is the follow up to The Inbetweeners Movie; the smash-hit big screen debut of the much-loved characters from the hit show The Inbetweeners. Believe me when I say you will struggle to find a […]


Atomp Reviews: Eidolon [Ice Water Games]

The ‘Walking Simulator’ tag has become something of a trope on Steam and like the very best tropes it has taken the linguistic turn of reappropriation. Intended originally as an insult, used by COD-botherers the term appears to have been taken up to some degree as a recognition of a certain genre of game dedicated […]

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Kevin’s Music Reviews: Sawa – Welcome to Sa-World

Sawa isn’t like most Japanese electropop idols. Instead of swimming in cutesy appeal and gaudy theatrics, she likes to go snapping pictures of ghosts in haunted mansions and go golfing with giraffes. She wore a ducky neck pillow on her head in one photo. She’s a little bit more Kyary than she is Perfume, living […]

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Retro Monday: “Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell: Pandora Tomorrow”

This weeks cold-open is rather scatter-shot… I have come to the realisation that, in terms of the UK game industry, I’m sort of jaded. Not sure why. I think it’s because a lot of the UK companies I grew up with are gone or changed hands. Edios went the way of Bullfrog and Codemasters like […]


Barton’s Movie Reviews – HERCULES

Dwayne Johnson has recently earned himself a reputation for joining a faltering franchise and helping that franchise to go on and earn megabucks at the box-office. With Hercules, Johnson tries to launch a franchise of his own and if I’m being honest, it falls quite flat on its face. Based on the graphic novel Hercules: The Thracian Wars, Johnson plays […]


Barton’s Movie Reviews – THE PURGE: ANARCHY

What is it with Hollywood today? I know the whole idea is to make money but if it means bleeding an idea to 100% dryness then quite frankly, people will eventually lose interest. The Purge: Anarchy is the sequel to surprise 2013 hit The Purge however this time, rather than a home-invasion thriller, the scope is much wider. Anarchy takes […]


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