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The Lego Movie Videogame – PS3

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The Lego Movie Videogame – PS3 WARNING THIS REVIEW CONTAINS SPOILERS FOR BOTH THE GAME AND THE MOVIE!! Welcome to Bricksburg a land where everything is awesome. A land where the citizens are happy, follow instructions and make sure everything is just right. They work all day watch ‘Honey where are my pants’ on TV at night and generally live happy content, boring lives. One of these fellows is Emmett...
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Review: TxK – Llamasoft –...

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Review: TxK – Llamasoft – PS Vita Jeff Minter Returns With The Definitive Version of His Favourite Game, Tempest. I have to get this off my chest straight away I am a massive Jeff Minter fan, I have played his games on varying formats since I was 11 years old. My parents bought me and my brother a Commodore 64 for Christmas in 1983 and they brought three games; 3 Deep Space (rubbish Space Invaders clone), Motor...
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Manga Studio 5 EX

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Manga Studio 5 EX Regular readers will know that from time-to-time we dip our hairy little toes into the world of PC/Mac programs that will think will interest you. Today is one of those days. Manga Studio 5 EX is a digital art/comic creation program from the guys at Smith Micro. This is a feature-rich graphics creation package designed with the digital artist in mind. As the name suggests this is...
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Review – Tomb Raider: Definiti...

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Review – Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition – Xbox One Is this next-gen remake just a trip to the plastic surgeon for Lara or a full blown overhaul? Since its launch way back in 1996 Tomb Raider has been one of gaming’s biggest franchises. Famous for its asset heavy female lead Lara Croft as much as it’s, at the time, ground-breaking mix of 3D platforming, combat and puzzle solving. The series then designed by Core Design...
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Review – Olli Olli – PS ...

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Review – Olli Olli – PS Vita Remember the days when you could not escape the addictive clutches of the Tony Hawks Pro Skater series before the genre became over saturated and abused by yearly updates and gimmicky controller add ons? Well if you do and you own a PS Vita you can rejoice in the 2d retro joy of Olli Olli, an indie title developed by Roll7 that recreates the joy of the Pro Skater games of yore but...
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Nintendo hints aplenty.

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Nintendo hints aplenty. Various rumours of a new Nintendo project have been doing the rounds recently. Let’s deal with some interesting ‘news’ from website Nintendo News. These guys have had their finger on the Nintendo pulse over the years and claim to have been given an inside tip on some new Nintendo hardware codenamed Fusion. They even claim, albeit whilst maintaining a level of...
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Review – Max: The Curse of Bro...

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Review – Max: The Curse of Brotherhood If from the title you were expecting some Da Vinci code style story about secret societies like the Ilumanati or Mason’s you are going to be left a little disappointed. Because what you are getting is the age-old story of the older brother and his rather annoying younger sibling (Yes I have an exceptionally annoying younger brother as Drew will testify to. He is, in...
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Bluetooth Spectrum Close to Reality

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Bluetooth Spectrum Close to Reality We have recently heard of an intriguing device called the Bluetooth ZX Spectrum. Now only gamers of a certain vintage will be going weak at the knees at the thought of this marvel rising from the flames like the proverbial phoenix but rise it might. Brought back to life by Elite Systems, (yes Elite!) once a leading publisher on both Spectrum and Commodore 64, the Bluetooth ZX...
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