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God of War Review
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God of War Review

May 14th, 2018 | by Jordan Oloman
Jordan Oloman embarks on the angriest father/son adventure gaming’s produced to...
Nintendo Labo Review
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Nintendo Labo Review

May 11th, 2018 | by Jordan Oloman
Jordan Oloman rediscovers his sense of childhood wonder with a £60 piece of...
A trip to the Land of Ice and Fire
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A trip to the Land of Ice and Fire

May 1st, 2018 | by Rowena Tylden-Pattenson
All this wintery weather we’ve been having the past couple of weeks isn’t what Britain is used to. Streets clogged with snow, supermarkets empty, schools shut… the ‘Beast from the East’ is a phenomenon not normally...
Review – Yakuza 6: The Song of Life
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Review – Yakuza 6: The Song of Life

April 30th, 2018 | by Michael Hicks
Michael Hicks tries out the latest instalment in Sega’s crime series, but is it music to his...
Album Review: Lo Moon
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Album Review: Lo Moon

March 12th, 2018 | by Emma Brady
It’s always impressive when an album manages to create a mood and sustain it through the entirety of its run-through, all the while making each song a journey of its own. It’s even more impressive when said album is a...
Album Review: Vance Joy’s ‘Nation of Two’
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Album Review: Vance Joy’s ‘Nation of Two’

March 12th, 2018 | by Rohan Katargamwala
Australian singer-songwriter James Keogh’s (Vance Joy) debut album was released and the lead single ‘Riptide’ became an international hit, with the charm and indie-darling lyrics giving the single a warming nature....
Album Review: Tyga’s ‘Kyoto’
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Album Review: Tyga’s ‘Kyoto’

March 5th, 2018 | by Rohan Katargamwala
Tyga’s most recent project comes across as uninspired as he tries to reclaim relevance. When the artwork for Tyga’s latest project dropped in late 2017 it caused a stir in the online community, the crass and vulgar depiction...
Theresa’s Terrible Tory Tuition Review
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Theresa’s Terrible Tory Tuition Review

March 5th, 2018 | by Aaron Bacon
Tuition fees: a system that has become so unworkable and so ill conceived that even the Conservative government have taken it upon themselves to ‘review’ its future. As swathes of young people have been inspired by Labour’s...
Album Review: Franz Ferdinand’s ‘Always Ascending’
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Album Review: Franz Ferdinand’s ‘Always Ascending’

February 26th, 2018 | by Jack Gill
In the somewhat unstable current indie rock scene, ‘Franz Ferdinand’ are something of an urban legend. The quintet’s preppy art-rock style gained them a huge fan base during the golden years of riff-driven guitar music,...
Live Review: Erasure at City Hall (supported by Bright Light Bright Light)
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Live Review: Erasure at City Hall (supported by Bright Light Bright Light)

February 21st, 2018 | by Alice Wilson
The buzz in Newcastle’s City Hall had already begun with the eclectic and certainly energetic supports of Bright Light Bright Light. They were a great kick off to the evening, of similar genre to Erasure themselves, complete...