Reviews

Mad Max: The Review

I’ve been whiling my time away with a few games, but before I talk about the smaller, independant games, let’s talk about the big-budget one first. No, it’s not MGS V. It’s Mad Max. Mad Max is a beautifully desolate game, but unfortunately a game that I’m not exactly stellar at, or enjoy very much. Those of you who follow …

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Tales from the Borderlands Ep 4: The Review

I sat down to talk about Tales from the Borderlands, and scrolled back to find what I’ve said about it before, and I got an incredibly rude shock. We’ve barely talked about it. Maybe a reference in Telltale’s Game of Throne series about how ‘Tales from the Borderlands is better’, but never an actual post about why it is better. …

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Inside Out review

There’s no need to mince words – Inside Out ranks up there as not just one of the best movies you’ll see this year, but it’s also one of Pixar’s finest works. A film about feelings with feelings leaving you with feelings might seem like an odd sell, but the sheer amount of depth, thoughtfulness and joy in the midst of …

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Phonogram: The Immaterial Girl #1 review

It’s been a five-year hiatus and finally the band is back together: The trio of Kieron Gillen, Jamie McKelvie and Matt Wilson are back with a new series of Phonogram. Subtitled The Immaterial Girl, issue one is a grand step into the grand club that is the Phonogram universe, and a slide into the exploration of how people experience and music. …

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Fantastic Four: The Review

It’s 2015, and the superhero movie genre is beyond saturated. Any new movies being released need to try VERY hard to step up their game if they want to have a shot. The people behind Ant-Man knew that, and went with a superhero heist movie energised by extremely offbeat humour. As Fox’s only superhero movie for 2015, Fantastic Four needs to …

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