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Sweet-Spot Games: Filling That COD-Shaped Hole

As any born-again Christian will gladly tell you, we all walk around a little empty inside.   Some people fill that space with their job, with the success of their progeny, their well-rounded pursuits and hobbies or their prodigious collection … Continue reading

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Current releases vs the Bechdel Test

With Bridesmaids pushing the envelope for female casts, Josh puts the rest of the cinema’s current offerings to the feminist standard.   ‘One, it has to have at least two women in it who, Two, talk to each other about, … Continue reading

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Richard Hammond’s Invisible Worlds

http://www.youtube.com/v/IS7gXVJ46aY&hl=en_GB&fs=1& The best bits. With significantly less gurning (though not none).   I had a teacher once who, let’s say, didn’t have the tightest grip on her emotions. In fact, regularly her exasperation at our class (not at me – … Continue reading

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Wii-Motional Blackmail

“Oops, we missed a bit!” So Ninty have came out with the Wii Motion Plus – also known as: ‘Does what we said the Wiimote did on its own’ – boasting enhanced movement perception and the ability to make owners … Continue reading

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