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Review: Far Cry 4

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This week I got to play a game that I had been looking forward to for many months, Far Cry 4. I couldn’t wait to try out all of the new attack tactics I’d heard about and most importantly, ride some elephants. Here are some of the new features that stood out to me while playing.

Film: The Amazing Spiderman

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Reboots always get a lot of flack. After being let down so many times before fans of the original comics have the right to be skeptical. With fan hate at an all time high, Sony returns to the pitch with a new Spiderman film, question is, is it a home run or another bunt?

Weekend Discussion: E3 – What floats your boat?

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Well, another E3 has been and gone with many gamers perhaps feeling just a little let down by this year’s showing. Yet even the dullest E3 still has some pockets of gold just waiting to be mined. It’s time to spill. What were your picks for the hottest games of E3?

Live Show: Episode 82 – Kingdoms of dead people yelling online

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This week on rawDLC the lads look at industry chatter with Miyamoto’s thoughts on the PS Vita and David Doak detailing the production woes of Star Wars: Battlefront III. The duo give their impressions on The Elder Scrolls Online and Company of Heroes 2 before double tapping reviews on Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning – Teeth of Naros and episode one of The Walking Dead.

Review: Safe

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When it comes to the current generation of action stars there are few that can hold a candle to Jason Statham. From his early years with films like Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels to the Transporter series it was clear the man was going to take the mantle of Hollywood Action King by force. Naturally, even with the loosest of plots, I had to see what Safe was planning to dish up.

Weekend Discussion: Worst sequel fails

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As a rule franchises should try to at least better themselves as they rise up the number rankings. Usually by the third incarnation of a title the formula has been perfected and all that’s needed is polish. However, every now and then a sequel comes out that’s just a giant waste of time with little to no connection to the previous titles losing even their most fervent fans. Lets discuss the worst offenders.