Film Review: “Creepy”, by Kiyoshi Kurosawa (2016)

Film Review: “Creepy”, by Kiyoshi Kurosawa (2016)

A creepy triumph of sheer entertainment over technical flaws. More »

Sharpen your puzzle skills “Ninja Usagimaru”, coming to the 3DS!

Sharpen your puzzle skills “Ninja Usagimaru”, coming to the 3DS!

Aksys is bringing “Ninja Usagimaru: The Mysterious Karakuri Castle” to Western 3DS systems THIS MONTH! Read the full press release for the puzzler below: Aksys Games with Arc System Works and F More »

Game Review: Hue (PS4)

Game Review: Hue (PS4)

Sometimes someone produces a game that is both simple, relaxing and offers up an interesting experience. This is Hue. It starts as a simple platform game. Left, right, jump – that sort More »

Movie Review: Ratchet and Clank

Movie Review: Ratchet and Clank

I once owned a PlayStation 2 (PS2), and one of my favourite games on that machine was an addictive multi-level, third person game. It had all the elements of game play that More »

Movie Review: Suicide Squad

Movie Review: Suicide Squad

First of all, going into this movie with an open mind was the essential thing for me. I deliberately tried to avoid other people’s opinions and went into this as a person More »

5 Obscure Sci-Fi Shows That Are Worth Rebooting

5 Obscure Sci-Fi Shows That Are Worth Rebooting

There’s no escaping it; we live in an era of the reboot – or revamp or reimagining or whatever you want to call it. There was a time in the late 90s More »

 

Film Review: “Creepy”, by Kiyoshi Kurosawa (2016)

A creepy triumph of sheer entertainment over technical flaws.

Sharpen your puzzle skills “Ninja Usagimaru”, coming to the 3DS!

Aksys is bringing “Ninja Usagimaru: The Mysterious Karakuri Castle” to Western 3DS systems THIS MONTH! Read the full press release for the puzzler below: Aksys Games with Arc System Works and F

Game Review: Hue (PS4)

Sometimes someone produces a game that is both simple, relaxing and offers up an interesting experience. This is Hue. It starts as a simple platform game. Left, right, jump – that sort

Movie Review: Ratchet and Clank

I once owned a PlayStation 2 (PS2), and one of my favourite games on that machine was an addictive multi-level, third person game. It had all the elements of game play that

Movie Review: Suicide Squad

First of all, going into this movie with an open mind was the essential thing for me. I deliberately tried to avoid other people’s opinions and went into this as a person

5 Obscure Sci-Fi Shows That Are Worth Rebooting

There’s no escaping it; we live in an era of the reboot – or revamp or reimagining or whatever you want to call it. There was a time in the late 90s

Console Review: ATGames Sega Mega Drive 80-in-1 Classic Games Console

There’s something about the simplicity of plug and play consoles. While you can’t deny that nothing can recreate the experience of using an original computer or games console for the authentic retro

“New” Atari console coming… with a portable in tow!

We’ve received news of a new Atari console and a handheld! These will be releasing with built-in games, a bit like the new NES Classic edition. Here are the details: ATARI ‘CLASSIC’ HOME

Preacher – Season One review

WARNING – This overview is full of spoilers, so if you haven’t seen the TV series yet then watch that first. Please. Preacher started out as a comic, as I think a

Is Disney Infinity disappearing from the high street?

Following the announcement a few months ago from Disney Interactive that development was to cease for their Toys-To-Life franchise Disney Infinity, speculation has been rife as to the future of the series.

Game Review: Dungeon Punks (PS4)

This game is an enigma. At its simplest it is a 2D with some 3D movement. A scrolling RPG with some limited character building abilities and role playing concepts. It takes me

Nobunga’s Ambition: Sphere Of Influence – Ascension coming to PS4 and Steam this October

Our friends at Koei Tecmo have been in touch to let us know about the upcoming European release of Nobunaga’s Ambition: Sphere of Influence – Ascension, the standalone follow up to the

“Little King’s Story” out NOW on PC!

Our friends at XSEED have released “Little King’s Story” on PC today! Originally released on Wii, the cute and awesome RPG then made its way through other systems, including our beloved Vita.

Sentinels Of The Multiverse card battle game lands on smartphones

Sentinels of the Multiverse, developed by indie games developer Handelabra Games, has now been released for iOS and Android smartphones.  The 2.0 update of the popular comic-book themed, cooperative, card brawler, makes

Movie Review: Ghostbusters 2016

When I heard there was going to be a new version of Ghostbusters I thought it might be a good idea. I enjoyed both of the original movies and I fully appreciated

Geekology: Star Trek Beyond & Star Trek: Discovery

The Geekology team review Star Trek Beyond, discuss Star Trek Discovery and then in a second video join up with Irish Trekkie, The Trek Collector and Soundwave SG-1 to discuss the newest

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