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  • Glengarry Glen Ross (DVD) Review

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    Glengarry Glen Ross (DVD) Review From 1992 we take a look at one of the greatest drama films of the era and play spot the star. In the world of real estate in Chicago if you’re not a closer your nothing. Taking place over just one day split in two parts we start the story one rainy night in the city.

  • Montalbano Collection Four (DVD) Review

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    Montalbano Collection Four (DVD) Review For our week of Montalbano we start today with our review of the fourth of the six collection releases for the detective. Commissario Salvo Montalbano (Luca Zingaretti) relies on his instincts and the ability to connect to the people of Vigata, Sicily as he directs his men from his local police station to solve the murders and mysteries of the local area.

  • Pleasantly surprising video games: Memoria

    1001-Up - - 3 readers - We all have examples of video games we’ve seen sitting on shop shelves or on Steam that haven’t really grabbed our attention enough to spend our hard-earned cash on. But what about those times when we’ve eventually been convinced into buying one and have been surprised by how good it was? Our next series is about exactly that situation: pleasantly surprising video games.
  • GTA V for PC, PS4 and XBox One

    1001-Up - - 2 readers - You’ve surely heard of the Grand Theft Auto series? Well if that’s the case, you’d be well aware that Grand Theft Auto 5 isn’t on the XBox One or the PlayStation 4 yet.
  • Archetype stereotypes: part 2

    1001-Up - - 1 readers - Every roleplaying game out there, be it a rules heavy system or a storytelling-focused one, classifies characters into archetypes. Call them classes, skins, clans, pantheons, castes or anything else, these archetypes define the different skills, special abilities and proficiencies the characters have.
  • 1001 Reviews: Tetris

    1001-Up - - 2 readers - It has now been 30 years since the birth of one of the most addictive and popular puzzle games of all time. Thanks to it’s success with Nintendo we’ll be looking at the GameBoy version for this review.

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  • Montalbano Collection Five (DVD) Review

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  • Five things for EGX

    …With EGX looming on the horizon and the excitement and buzz that surrounds it building, it feels the right time to make a confession. This will be the popping of my proverbial expo / conference cherry. Pictures, videos and written pieces always do their best to convey what the atmosphere and experience will be like but as with everything in life…

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  • Montalbano Collection Four (DVD) Review

    … are spells. However, a few similarities does not a Diablo clone make. Magicka sets you up as a smallish wizard just trying to make his way through a generic fantasy world…. Magic: The Gathering – Tactics is online game from Sony Online Entertainment that is set to be unleashed on the world at large on January 18th of 2011. This game is (obviously) based…

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  • Archetype stereotypes: part 2

    …Every roleplaying game out there, be it a rules heavy system or a storytelling-focused one, classifies characters into archetypes. Call them classes, skins, clans, pantheons, castes or anything else, these archetypes define the different skills, special abilities and proficiencies the characters have. Sometimes they even define their overall…

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  • Montalbano Collection Three (DVD) Review

    … a generic fantasy world…. Magic: The Gathering – Tactics is online game from Sony Online Entertainment that is set to be unleashed on the world at large on January 18th of 2011. This game is (obviously) based on the very popular playing card game that has earned millions of players and collectors around the… Ho ho ho! Angry Birds fans rejoice…

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  • Bending alignments: part 3

    …The axis system is an old method of helping to build the characteristics of a player character in tabletop RPGs. It places the ethical outlook of an individual on a simple scale based on their attitudes to law and order against freedom and chaos, and whether they are objectively viewed as good or evil. They are a small part of a character’s…

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  • GTA V for PC, PS4 and XBox One

    …You’ve surely heard of the Grand Theft Auto series? Well if that’s the case, you’d be well aware that Grand Theft Auto 5 isn’t on the XBox One or the PlayStation 4 yet. What about the inevitable PC edition too? Well wait no more , as Rockstar recently announced that Grand Theft Auto V is coming to the PlayStation 4, XBox One and PC! The next…

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  • Glengarry Glen Ross (DVD) Review

    …Glengarry Glen Ross (DVD) Review From 1992 we take a look at one of the greatest drama films of the era and play spot the star. In the world of real estate in Chicago if you’re not a closer your nothing. Taking place over just one day split in two parts we start the story one rainy night in the city. In a small low end office a group of real estate…

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  • 1001 Reviews: Tetris

    …It has now been 30 years since the birth of one of the most addictive and popular puzzle games of all time. Thanks to it’s success with Nintendo we’ll be looking at the GameBoy version for this review. ROUND-UP: Developer: Alexey Pajitnov Publisher: Various Release: June 1984 Platforms available: Various Platform reviewed: Nintendo GameBoy Source…

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  • 1001 Future: The Waste Land

    …The Waste Land is an action-adventure title, developed by Fledermaus and published by Digital Tribe Games. It’s set in a fantasy world where the King has to travel across his land to restore the balance of good and evil. ROUND-UP: Developer: Fledermaus Publisher: Digital Tribe Games Release: September 2014 Platforms available: PC Platform reviewed…

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  • Pleasantly surprising video games: Cinders

    …We all have examples of video games we’ve seen sitting on shop shelves or on Steam that haven’t really grabbed our attention enough to spend our hard-earned cash on. But what about those times when we’ve eventually been convinced into buying one and have been surprised by how good it was? Our next series is about exactly that situation: pleasantly…

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  • 1001 Reviews: Alter Ego

    …Ever imagined what your life would have been like if you’d set out on a different path and made completely different choices? Well wonder no more and pick up a copy of Activision’s 1986 life-simulation game, Alter Ego. ROUND-UP: Developer: Activision Publisher: Activision Release: 1986 – nobody seems to know the month! Platforms available: Mac, PC…

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  • Pleasantly surprising video games: Memoria

    … the game whether it’s the story, gameplay or any other aspect which makes it worth your time. About the game Memoria is a point-and-click adventure developed by Daedalic Entertainment, set in the world of the long-running and very famous The Dark Eye tabletop roleplaying game. It’s a sequel to their previous Dark Eye game, Chains of Saatinav…

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  • Close-Up: Toren

    …Last month indie publisher Versus Evil announced its partnership with Brazilian-based developer Swordtales for the release of Toren, a dark fantasy adventure. We got in touch with the team and they kindly answered our questions about this intriguing game. Toren is an adventure game with beautiful graphics and immersive gameplay, which leads…

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