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News: Warhammer 40,000: Shootas, Blood & Teef – Limited and Collector’s Edition Revealed; Pre-Orders Go Live 12th May

Following the announcement that ININ Games are publishing the physical editions of Warhammer 40,000: Shootas, Blood & Teef in Autumn 2022, the limited, boxed editions have now been revealed. With a hand-drawn look and a focus on Orks instead of those ubiquitous Space Marines, this 1-4 player 2D shooter looks like it’s going to be an absolute blast. The special […]

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Review: Unspottable

Local multiplayer games are nowhere near as prevalent these days as they were in the era before online gaming. When big publishers realised that taking multiplayer gaming online meant a […]

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TV Review: M.O.D.O.K.

The Mental Organism Designed Only for Killing (or M.O.D.O.K. to his friends, family and enemies) was always one of the more far out bad guys in Marvel’s comic book universe. […]

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Film Review: House (1985)

Produced by Friday the 13th’s Sean S. Cunningham for Roger Corman’s New World Pictures, written by The Monster Squad’s Fred Dekker and directed by underappreciated horror director Steve Miner (who […]

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Music Review: Chromeo – Quarantine Casanova EP

I first became aware of cheeky retro-electro funk duo Chromeo in 2007 at a British festival called The Big Chill. For a number of years back then, I used to attend that particular festival with a group of close friends; it was small but grew to a decent enough size that it attracted some phenomenal acts – and it was […]

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Review: Bombfest

Available on: PC, PS4, Switch & Xbox One Though I’ve seen many gamers in recent years lament the decline of couch multiplayer titles in the last few console generations – growing up, as we did, with games such as Bomberman, Mario Kart, Goldeneye and more – it’s clear that they’re missing out on some fantastic experiences that have been available […]

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Review: Donut County

I find myself increasingly bored by big scale, so-called triple-A open world collectathons in which the entire experience is diluted by endless icons dotted around gargantuan, intimidating maps. Most of […]

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TV Review: Floor is Lava

I’ve always had a soft spot for sports shows where non-professional athletes get to test their prowess against outlandishly designed courses. It probably started way back in the 80s with TV shows such as The Krypton Factor, which admittedly had a fairly bog standard assault course for its contestants to overcome, but progressed with shows such as American Gladiators and […]