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  • EA Announce ‘EA Access’ Service For Xbox One

    EA looking to launch a subscription gaming service. EA have announced that they’ve joined forces with Microsoft to launch a new subscription service for the Xbox One called ‘EA Access’. For $4.99 a month, or $29.99 a year, members will have access to ‘The Vault’, wh...

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  • Shadowgate set to open up on PC and Mac

    Shadowgate (yes, that Shadowgate) is coming back. The classically-styled adventure/dungeon crawl is back and looking sharp for a modern remake on PC and Mac. Hard to believe, but it’s been almost three decades since Shadowgate first hit the NES. I remember very well cr...

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  • Much Ado About Nothing (DVD) Review

    A romantic comedy starring leading actors from Firefly, SHIELD, Dollhouse and everyone in the Whedon-verse. Presented in black & white exclusively this version of Much Ado About Nothing takes place at a vast hillside home in California. Beatrice (Amy Acker) and Bene...

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  • Strike Back Series 1-4 (DVD) Review

    British covert military action on foreign soil is the topic for the day in the four seasons of Strike Back. It’s 2003, the day before the British invasion of Iraq. Professional solider John Porter (Richard Armitage – Spooks, The Hobbit), his team and an intelligence off...

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  • Inspector Montalbano Collection One (DVD) Review

    One of Italy’s greatest novel detectives comes to life in this first collection of television movies. Commissario Salvo Montalbano (Luca Zingaretti) is a man’s man, he doesn’t have a flashy car or technical knowledge instead relying on his instincts and the ability to c...

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  • Magic 2015 Review

    Two steps back. Magic (Duels of the Planeswalkers) 2015 is the latest addition into a 5 year old series of games that takes Magic: The Gathering to the video game world.  It hasn’t been very well received by the Magic community so far, and for good reason.   For thos...

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  • Spiderman Episodes 3-4 (DVD) Review

    Spider-man’s 1960s animated series comes to DVD in bite sized releases. We review the second solo disc release of Spiderman in the Treat Size Introduces collection from Walk. This release comprises of two episodes containing three stories running a total of 40 minutes o...

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  • SDCC 2014: Activision releases plenty more Trap Team news

    Pictures of new figures, screens from the game, and more info about the newest Skylanders title all came out this past week at the SDCC. If you’re a Skylanders fan, chances are you can’t wait to get your hands on the new game this Fall, and all the new Skylanders that...

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  • Spiderman Episodes 1-2 (DVD) Review

    Spider-man’s 1960s animated series comes to DVD in bite sized releases. We review the first solo disc release of Spiderman in the Treat Size Introduces collection from Walk. This release comprises of two episodes both containing two ten minute stories running a total of...

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  • Penthouse North (DVD) Review

    A blind woman must protect herself when her home is invaded by two men looking for stashed diamonds. US Army war photographer Sara (Michelle Monaghan) is doing her job when she is separated from her unit. Left to hide away from the fighting she encounters a female suici...

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  • Free Xbox Live Games with Gold Announced for August 2014

    Microsoft has announced August’s free Games with Gold program. Xbox One owners will be receiving Crimson Dragon and Strike Suit Zero: Director’s Cut. Xbox 360 owners will be receiving Motocross Madness, available August 1st-15th, and Dishonored, August 16th-31st. These games ...

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