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Brendan’s Top Ten Video Games of 2017

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The last but surely not the least of our personal top ten lists of the year. Here is Brendan’s Top Ten Video Games of 2017. If you would like to view other content click below: Steve’s Top Ten Pudee’s Top Ten Robbie C’s Top Ten Most Dissapointing/ Best Looking Awards Most Improved/ Best New Character Awards Honourable Mentions: Nioh: A …

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Steve’s Ten Best Video Games of 2017

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Welcome to Steve’s Best Ten Video Games of 2017. If you’re looking for some other content from our Game of the Year you can click on some options below: Pudee’s Top Ten Games Robbie C’s Top Ten Games Most Disappointing/ Best Looking Awards Best New Character/ Most Improved A Personal Note: On a personal note, this has been a year …

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Pudee’s Top Ten Video Games of 2017

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The Game of the Year deliberations conitnue and next up is Pudee’s top ten video games of 2017. If your looking for aditional content for the GOTY deliberations you can find them below: Robbie C’s Top Ten Games of the Year. Most Improved/ Best New Character Award Onto Puddee’s list of the Top Ten Video Games of 2017… Honourable Mentions: …

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Robbie C’s Top Ten Games of 2017

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Here it is Robbie C’s Top Ten Games of 2017, stay tuned in the coming week for a whole lot more. 10. Heart of Crown. A late candidate for my Game of the Year list, Heart of Crown is a digital adaption of a deck building card game that was originally released in Japan some years ago before being localised …

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Watchcast December 2017

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A little listening for your Christmas/ New Year Season, here is the final Watchcast for 2017. In it we talk about The Last Jedi (as if that wasn’t obvious). We share opinions and respond to the criticisms that some seem to have about it. This does contain spoilers. I couldn’t time it but there is warning and is about five …

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‘Star Wars: The Last Jedi’ Review

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It seems we are now in the full-on Disneyfication of the Star Wars Movie with three movies in as many years. For the most part, The Force Awakens and Rogue One were largely successful endeavour. Each succeeding in different ways while not exactly reinventing the formula. The Last Jedi, the latest entry is tasked with moving this latest trilogy along …

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‘Wonder’ Review

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Telling a sentimental story in film can be a somewhat tricky balancing act. Cool sophistication in these type of movies means that sometimes the point is lost, while obvious ‘heart on your sleeve’ often leads to cliché and well-worn tropes feeling hollow. Wonder is an attempt to translate a successful novel into an emotionally heart felt story about overcoming adversity …

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Justice League Review

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There can be little question to most observers (including those at Warner Bros) that the DC comics cinematic universe has had some mighty ups and downs in terms of quality in recent years. The glory days of Christopher Nolan’s Dark Knight Trilogy have been almost entirely forgotten as the disappointing Batman vs Superman and Suicide Squad took its place. 2017 …