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Our series on the power of video games and the emotions that they not only invoke within us but how these lessons and experiences can be applied to our daily lives continues. This time we look at the power of choice and the reality of consequences as Declan reflects on his experiences in the video game series, ‘The Walking Dead’.
Part III of Liam’s journey through the discography of one of the most iconic Metal bands in the world ‘Megadeth’. In this part we catch up with bands transition into the millenium and Liam takes apart their first 2000′s albums ‘The World Needs a Hero’ and ‘The System has Failed’.
It would take a massive article to cover the enormous franchise that is Evangelion and one hell of a mind to put it all together! Well thankfully we’ve got Andy and today he’s here to present the past, present and future of Evangelion as well as share his own views and theories! Click here to see for yourself!
For me, any story of the Whoniverse that focuses on the TARDIS is nothing but a good thing. Stories like the Tom Baker classic, ‘The Invasion of Time’, audio stories like ‘Zagreus’, and indeed, last series’ episode ‘The Doctor’s Wife’ by Neil Gaiman, an episode which ranks as my uncontested all-time favourite. As I’m sure you’ve gathered at this stage, any story which explores that mad machine in detail tends to be pretty wonderful indeed, and I’m delighted to say that Steve Thompson’s take on the TARDIS more than lives up to expectations.
He survived New York! He saved the world! Tony Stark returns home leaving his time with the Avengers behind him but unable to shake the doubts and the fear from his mind he locks himself away but when a new threat emerges and the world and people he loved are threatened he must face his fears and don the armor once more! But will it be enough? Check out our review of Iron Man 3 now!
“Geek chic”, a minor fashion trend that arose in the mid 2000s in which young individuals adopted stereotypically “geeky” fashions, such as oversized black Horn-rimmed glasses, suspenders/braces, and highwater trousers. – We talk geek fashion and success with Qwertee!
Modern Ireland seems to have forgotten and lost touch with it’s roots, it’s folklore and old heroes, ‘Celtic Warrior The Legend of Cú Chulaiin’, is not just a graphic novel but a ferocious reminder of the Irish spirit brought to us by Will Sliney. Check out our review now!
Tiger might not be having the most fun weekend of his career but Liam has spent sometime getting to grips with his latest turn in the video game world. We’re checking out ‘Tiger Woods PGA Tour 14 from EA! Click here for the full review!
On a cold Thursday evening, I tidied up my office desk, clearing away briefs, notes and grabbed my coat and scarf, I piled my car into the daily traffic jam that would move bumper to bumper until I usually arrived home. This Thursday evening was a little different, instead of turning off for the estate I live in, I continued onwards into the centre of Dublin city. I was heading to Bolton Street, to a building that houses some of my favourite things in the world.
“However enjoyable his puzzle-platforming exploits may have been to the post-spyro generation, they just hadn’t held up post-Thief. Unfortunately, despite the fancy fully rendered graphics, Sly Cooper: Thieves In Time left me wanting in all the same ways. “, Andy holds no punches with the sneaky Raccoon’s HD return! Check it out now!