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Simon’s 2014: A Lego Surprise And Nintendo Fights Back

Posted by Simon on December 31, 2014
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2014! I had another baby and as such my Best Of The Year list is maybe not as exhaustive as Matt’s, but I could tell you anything you need to know about Go, Diego, Go!. And how 3am feels.

Here’s my best movies and games of the year.

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The End Of Productivity: Minecraft And Nidhogg Are Out On PS Vita Today

Posted by Simon on October 14, 2014
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Minecraft-PlayStation-Vita

If you have the wonderbox that is Sony’s PlayStation Vita, today is a very good day for you. Just don’t plan to get much done for the rest of this month.

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Something For The Weekend: Gang Beasts

Posted by Simon on March 14, 2014
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Gang Beasts

Some games try to be funny with a sparky script written by a bored scriptwriter who dreams of hitting the big league. Even if it manages to rise above the usual misfired dross, the funniest jokes will only work the first time before they become the script equivalent of your Dad dancing at a wedding.

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Podcast Episode 60: I, Frankenstein, Nidhogg, and Superheroes

Posted by Matthew on January 31, 2014
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Awesome Friday

It’s time for another very special episode of Awesome Friday! This week we’re discussing the film I, Frankenstein, the game Nidhogg, and the state of Superhero movies, and the Marvel Universe, and where they can go from here.

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Review: Nidhogg (PC)

Posted by Simon on January 24, 2014
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Nidhogg

If games are dancing, then Nidhogg is the Argentinian Tango. Grace and blood, attacks and parries, personal space being fiercely invaded time and time again. Swift moves sometimes sliding into long-held pauses with heartbeat percussion as underscore. The name for developer Messhof’s newly-released fencing-come-LSD-trip comes from a huge dragon featured in Norse mythology, whose primary interest was the chewing of both life-trees and on the bodies of the unfit for eternity.

And once this game has you, there couldn’t be a more apt title.

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