Blu-Review: How To Make It In America: The Complete First Season

Blu-Review: How To Make It In America: The Complete First Season
It’s far from the deepest show, and is propelled almost entirely by raw energy, atmosphere and an incredibly likeable cast, but it still translates into 8 episodes of pure, light entertainment that’ll fly by in the blink of an eye. If you’re mourning the loss of Entourage, or miss that...

PS3 Review: Phineas and Ferb: Across the 2nd Dimension

PS3 Review: Phineas and Ferb: Across the 2nd Dimension
For kids who love the show, Phineas and Ferb: Across the 2nd Dimension is a game that’s just as entertaining and funny, filled with beautifully designed levels that’re visually and creatively diverse, with a wide variety of great gameplay to keep youngsters entertained. It’s just a shame...

Competition: Win a 13 Assassins Samurai Sword Letter Opener & Blu-ray

Competition: Win a 13 Assassins Samurai Sword Letter Opener & Blu-ray
To celebrate the release of Takashi Miike’s samurai extravaganza 13 Assassins, we’ve teamed up with Artificial Eye to give you the chance to win a badass samurai sword letter opener and a copy of the film on Blu-ray...

Blu-Review: The Roommate

Blu-Review: The Roommate
While it’s far too derivative and predictable, and lacks the bite and lunacy to make it anything particularly memorable, The Roommate is nonetheless an entertaining Saturday night pizza-and-popcorn thriller buoyed by a delightfully nutty performance from Leighton Meester. Anyone who’s seen Single...

Blu-Review: Entourage: The Complete Seventh Season

Blu-Review: Entourage: The Complete Seventh Season
Entourage’s penultimate season sees the show losing steam, attempting to make up for the consequence-free storylines of previous years by piling a tonne of drama on Vince in too short a space of time. Thankfully there’s still plenty life left to be found, though, as the larger supporting cast are...

DVD Review: Dexter: The Complete Fifth Season

DVD Review: Dexter: The Complete Fifth Season
The formulaic structure combined with some lazy storytelling means that the show is starting to wear slightly thin, with season five feeling more than ever like writers spinning their wheels until they’re allowed to change things up. Problems aside, though, a thrilling and engrossing major plot fuelled...

PS3 Review: Driver: San Francisco

PS3 Review: Driver: San Francisco
With an incredibly fun story, exhilarating gameplay and a tonne of content, Driver: San Francisco is a wonderfully welcome surprise and the year’s most intensely fun driving game...

PS3 Review: Agarest: Generations of War Zero

PS3 Review: Agarest: Generations of War Zero
If you’re a sucker for fanservice-laden anime and are looking for a new tactical RPG, then Agarest: Generations of War Zero will be a complete joy. Sadly for those expecting a little depth and plot, Agarest: Generations of War Zero is a great RPG wrapped in a D-grade anime series...

Competition: Win an Insidious Limited Edition ‘Haunted’ T-Shirt & Blu-ray

Competition: Win an Insidious Limited Edition ‘Haunted’ T-Shirt & Blu-ray
To celebrate the release of incredibly spooky haunted house movie Insidious, we’ve teamed up with Momentum Pictures to offer you the chance to win a limited T-shirt and a copy of the film on Blu-ray...

PSN Review: Crazy Machines Elements

PSN Review: Crazy Machines Elements
Younger gamers might have a better time with it, but for older players it’s a game that hints at a wealth of untapped potential but delivers a rather bland and painfully easy puzzler...

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