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The Humble Double Fine Bundle

Author: Gabrielle Linnett

Often seemingly brilliant offers come with conditions which are at first hidden; but the Humble Bundle is the exact opposite. People pay what they want for the bundle of games. It’s possible to pay less than $1 for the three games, or once converted £0.65, but Humble Bundle organisers do put a limit of more than $1 to also get Steam keys for the games. Still, that is less than £1!» >

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Review: Luigi’s Mansion 2

Author: Aaron Hall

Over ten years ago, with the release of one of Nintendo’s most beloved consoles; the Gamecube, came Luigi’s Mansion. An entirely basic, simplistic, and so lacking in variety or actual advanced gameplay mechanics it was a game easily completable in a few short, but all together too sweet, hours. All that said and done, it became a classic. The cult like following of the lesser known brother’s first flagship title have been holding out hope for Nintendo to make a sequel to the game that noone thought would ever get one.» >

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PS4 Announcement Event

Author: Gabrielle Linnett

Sony indulged audiences across the world with knowledge of PS4, but left them wanting more.

On Wednesday 20th of February Sony held a launch event in New York that had been anticipated with keen interest; namely for the next generation of PlayStation. Considering the Playstation 3 was originally released in the UK in 2007, its slim counterpart in 2009 and a super-slim version released late September 2012, Sony has done well to maintain the high level of interest in the product.» >

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Introducing the Next Generation

Author: Aaron Hall

Another year brings, as does every year before it, the winds of change to thousands of young people across the land. Moving on from home to university life, somewhere new and completely different, brings a wealth of new experiences, faces and places to enjoy. For others it’s moving on from beyond the security of education, to living life as a graduate in the real and very much adult world.» >

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Review: Tomb Raider

Author: Aaron Hall

As she stands high on a cliff gazing out onto a ferocious sea, Lara finally has the chance to take in her surroundings. Broken and exhausted, and the ordeal to get this far already proving to be an experience like no other, she stares out as the waves crash against the rocks below. It’s hard to imagine what’s going through her head as the rain washes away the dirt and dried blood upon her skin, but one’s thing for certain.» >

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Review: ZombiU

Author: Aaron Hall

Most of us play video games to relax and forget about a hard days work or an essay we know we need to get finished. We allow ourselves to get drawn into worlds filled with Italian plumbers and forever helpless princesses, historic battles of epic proportions and war torn countries with us right at the centre of it all. Games are there for our enjoyment and for our pleasure and with ZombiU those two emotions are not ones that initially come to mind.» >

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