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Rifter Review

Rifter is a brilliantly conceived 80's synthwave fuelled speedrunner and the latest from Nub's Adventure developers IMakeGames. Having never played any of their previous titles, Rifter appears to mark the IMakeGames transition from pixel to polygon and with this transition comes a solid statement. IMakeGames have arrived.

MXGP Pro Review

MXGP Pro is the latest motocross game from Milestone which is set to have players thrashing through dirt, soaring through jumps, and becoming the ultimate MXGP champion, however, the game falls flatter than a punctured tire.

Skyscraper Review

Skyscraper is the latest movie to star Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson and has him single-handedly save his family from a tower full of terrorists,...

Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom Review

As you may have gathered from the somewhat revealing final trailer for Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, Isla Nublar, much like The Fresh Prince, is about to go boom.

As Fortnite Drops to Mobile, is it The End of PUBG?

Recently, one of n3rdabl3's own outlined some of the major issues with PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds. He was correct on all accounts. PUBG is a pile...

Release Date for Hyrule Warriors: Definitive Edition

Nintendo's Hyrule Warriors: Definitive Edition Deku nuts its way onto Switch on May 18th. This Definitive Edition packs a wallop, combining all the content from it's...

South Park: The Fractured But Whole Comes to Switch

As the birthday of this here writer, April 24th was always the best day known to mankind. Well as it happens, in this, the...

Metal Gear Survive Review

Marking the first release since the departure of Hideo Kojima from the series he created, Metal Gear Survive is an always online, zombie wave...

The Seven Deadly Sins: Knights of Britannia Review

Having had no experience of The Seven Deadly Sins before sitting down to play The Seven Deadly Sins: Knights of Britannia, here's what I...

Interview: Legendary Producer Mario Kassar on Terminator 2: Judgment Day

Mario Kassar, legendary Hollywood film producer, is very proud of Terminator 2: Judgment Day. In a career decades long, it's one of his favourite...

Interview: William Wisher on Terminator 2: Judgment Day

In that screaming crowd stands William Wisher, wearing a denim jacket and clutching a Pentax. He stands shocked as the T-800 gets to its feet after having been flung through a glass window by Robert Patrick. He is the replacement for 'Japanese Tourist', but the friend of James Cameron who should have been stood there instead had missed their flight.

Interview: Special Effects Master Dennis Muren on Terminator 2: Judgment Day

In 1991, 'Terminator 2: Judgment Day' set a new standard in special effects and action movies in general. Groundbreaking in myriad ways the bold endeavours of the visual effects department are still fit for task 26 years later. Gifted the task of delivering the most sophisticated special effects audiences had ever seen was Dennis Muren.

Interview: Composer Brad Fiedel on Terminator 2

"The future, always so clear to me, had become like a black highway at night. We were in uncharted territory now, making up history...

Interview with Producer Stephanie Austin on Terminator 2: Judgment Day

Stephanie Austin asks me where I'm calling from. I say London. "It's one of my favourite cities. I got to spend a lot of time...

mother! Review

Where do you start? Well, let's get it out of the way, mother! is exceptional and a true breath of fresh air. Frankly I...

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