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No More Heroes 3 – Game Review

No More Heroes 3 (Nintendo Switch) My experience with No More Heroes 3 is that I have beaten the game and unlocked New Game+. I played the majority of the game in Handheld Mode on the original model of Nintendo Switch

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Neo: The World Ends with You – Game Review

Neo: The World Ends with You (Available for PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch) (Nintendo Switch version used for both review’s) (Works on PlayStation 5 via backwards compatibility) (PC version is in development and will be released later this year) Sqaure

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Batman: The Long Halloween – Review

“BATMAN: THE LONG HALLOWEEN” Well, there wasn’t anything in cinemas this week so I decided to finally get round to reviewing the DC animated film I’ve been most anticipating for this year, Batman: The Long Halloween which was released in

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Sonic Colours: Ultimate – Game Review

Sonic Colours: Ultimate (Available for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and PC) (PlayStation 4 version used on a PlayStation 5 used for review) (works on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X and S via backwards compatibility) This year Sonic

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Psychonauts 2 – Game Review

Psychonauts 2 (Available for Xbox Series X and S, Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC) (Xbox Series X and S version on an Xbox Series X used for review)  After 16 years of waiting, a successful Kickstarter campaign, and Xbox

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Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings – Review

“SHANG-CHI AND THE LEGEND OF THE TEN RINGS” Shang-Chi and the Ten Rings is the first Asian American led film in the MCU, taking lesser-known martial arts-based hero, Shang-Chi, and hoping to propel him to a bigger role. Marvel is

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Candyman – Review

“CANDYMAN” I am someone who actually thinks quite highly of the first Candyman film, in spite of its rather problematic nature in regard to its race politics, which were heavily influenced by the studio. If you want more examples of

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Twelve Minutes – Game Review

Twelve Minutes (Available for Xbox One, Xbox Series X and S and PC) (PC version used for review) Twelve Minutes is a point and click narrative game developed by Annapurna as an Xbox console exclusive with a day 1 release

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Josee, the Tiger and the Fish – Review

“JOSEE, THE TIGER AND THE FISH” Josee, the Tiger and the Fish is the latest Anime project from Studio BONES whose current high-profile project is the adaptation of ‘My Hero Academia’. In this case, they are adapting a short story

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The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword HD – Game Review

The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword HD (Available for Nintendo Switch only) While Zelda’s 35th anniversary appears to be a bit of a bust with not much coming out for it, the re-release of the Wii game Skyward Sword in

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Jungle Cruise – Review

“JUNGLE CRUISE” Jungle Cruise is the latest Disney film to try and attempt to capitalise on Pirates of the Caribbean’s success of making a Disneyland ride into a film. Previous failures include The Haunted Mansion and Tomorrowland. And, if anything,

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Scarlet Nexus – Game Review

Scarlet Nexus (Available for PlayStation 5, PlayStation4, Xbox Series X and S, Xbox One and PC ) While I do like a lot of these anime hack and slash style games, which have also been well received by critics, you

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Anime Amigos podcast: our thoughts on Demon Slayer Mugen Train and Gundam Hathaway

Our thoughts on Demon Slayer Mugen Train and Gundam Hathaway We finally give our opinion on 2 movies we finally all had a chance to see. Calvin – Nerd Consultant   Share This Post:

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The Suicide Squad – Review

“THE SUICIDE SQUAD” Not to be confused with the 2016 film, The Suicide Squad acts as a semi-sequel/soft reboot of Suicide Squad, and is yet another film in the DC Extended Universe. If you liked Suicide Squad, don’t expect too

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Old – Review

“OLD” Old is the latest film written, directed and produced by M. Night Shyamalan. However, unlike his previous projects where he maintained almost complete creative control, this is not his own concept. Shyamalan is adapting a French graphic novel named

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Monster Hunter Stories 2: Wings of Ruin – Game Review

Monster Hunter Stories 2: Wings of Ruin (Available for Nintendo Switch and PC ) (Nintendo Switch version used for both reviews) Monster Hunter Stories 2 was announced in the exact same Nintendo Direct Mini Partner Showcase as Monster Hunter Rise

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Space Jam: A New Legacy – Review

“SPACE JAM: A NEW LEGACY” >The original Space Jam is not a great film in my opinion. It has its moments, don’t get me wrong, and it’s at least decent in the fact it didn’t take itself too seriously. But,

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Black Widow – Review

“BLACK WIDOW” Black Widow is the first Marvel Cinematic Universe film to come into cinemas since Avengers: Endgame, and honestly it felt brilliant to see these films in cinemas again. Granted, this hasn’t really been the triumphant return to Marvel

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