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Monthly Archives: July 2011

Age of Empires Online gameplay trailer


We all remember rushing home from school to fire up the clunky ol’, steam-powered PC that was a first in the family home with the sole intention of playing Age of Empires and the Rise of Rome. I was pretty … Read the full article here.

Team ICO Collection provides 2 fantastic games in one


ICO and Shadow of the Colossus were arguably two of the most fantastic games ever released for the Playstation 2, and they’re coming back. Set to be released in the next few months, the Team ICO Collection will allow us … Read the full article here.

The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey – new images


Peter Jackson has once again donned his invisibility cloak and glowing blue sword in taking up directorial duties for the latest Tolkien adaptation, The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey. Following the events of the novel, the film tells the tale of … Read the full article here.

Sons of Anarchy Season 4 – Preview


Ladies and gentlemen, my¬†favourite¬†television show of all eternity (except maybe for 24 and Sherlock), will be back for a 4th season this September. Or at least it will for our pals across the pond in the ‘States. The trailer for … Read the full article here.

Total Recall – looks better than the original


Anyone who’s read or is a fan of Philip K. Dick will know that his work is, for want of a better word; freakin’ trippy. His 1966 novel, We Can Remember it for You Wholesale, which deals with issues such … Read the full article here.

Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter teaser trailer

Abraham Lincoln Vampire Hunter

We all know history didn’t transpire quite as the books would have us believe; vampires, aliens, werewolves, the Jabberwocky – They’re all very real, and who knew that the United States’ sixteenth president, ol’ neck-beard himself, would have had anything … Read the full article here.

Rise of the Planet of the Apes: Monkeys be Crazy


The scene in the original Planet of the Apes movie in which leading man George Taylor is stood staring up at the ruins of New York City, coming to the shocking realisation that he’s ended up stranded on his own … Read the full article here.

Like prog? Like metal? Get yourself some Cyclamen!


English/Japanese prog/tech/ambient metal/rock band Cyclamen are a delight to the ears. For those that don’t mind the predominantly screamed, predominantly Japanese vocals awaits an aural treat of epic proportions, and their debut album Senjyu is free for one day only … Read the full article here.

DiRT3 Review


Now I know this game came out a few months ago, and admittedly, we didn’t cover it. Mainly because we were going through our initial start-up and we just didn’t have the time. Now that statement really should not be … Read the full article here.

Batman Arkham City; Penguin & Talia al’Ghul Announced


Batman: Arkham Asylum is arguably one of third-generation gaming’s better action-adventure titles, combining a simple, three-button combat system, an engaging storyline, and fantastic voice-acting from the cast of the original Batman Animated Series of the 1990′s to create a fantastically-told … Read the full article here.

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