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Review: Tomb Raider (2018)

Ian reviews director Roar Uthaug’s re-imagining of Lara Croft. A tense movie that packs a punch, Tomb Raider is not just another video game movie.

Tomb Raider – Escape Room Experience

To celebrate the release of Tomb Raider in cinemas on 15th March, Warner Bros. and MGM have created Tomb Raider: Escape, a new escape room experience that will ‘push your limits and transport you into the film’s incredible world’ Hopefully, that doesn’t mean you will get skewered every few minutes! The escape room will open its […]

Geek Speak 121: Speaking with a Beard

On this week’s show, Manhunt: Unabomber, Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri & more.

Tomb Raider – Official Trailer

“Maybe this time?” As every video game and movie nerd holds his or her breath for the first truly great video game movie, a new trailer has been released Tomb Raider that suggests the wait may be over. Starring Alicia Vikander and Walton Gogins, the movie seems to be adapting the recent reboot’s story and […]

gamescom 2014: Microsoft Press Conference

Gamescom gets bigger and better every year and this year has started out as no exception.

BRB UK 106: E3s Are Good

We’re all kinds of excited following E3. Join Dan, Dave and Tim for the first bit of their post-E3 extravaganza!

Back To School: Talking Games @ Bosworth College

A couple of months ago I was asked to do a favour for somebody by way of a Q and A session for a class of year 11 media students (that’s sophomore year for you readers across the pond).

Violence Is Not (Always) The Answer

The opening hour of Bioshock Infinite is one of the most evocative in video games, but the level of violence in the game only evokes frustration from me.

Mo’ Money, Mo’ Problems

Video game budgets seem to be getting far too big, requiring games to sell Call of Duty-like numbers in order to simply ‘meet expectations’.

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