Gus Mastrapa isn’t a list-maker. Thankfully, his wife Alexis is.
Nick Robinson is freaked out by the new Xbox – but why?
Asura’s Wrath hates everyone and everything. This is a very good thing.
Justin Keverne discusses the hidden genius of BioShock 2’s Pauper’s Drop.
Today, in 1883, the Brooklyn Bridge was opened for traffic. Shortly after the first people crossed into Brooklyn people complained that the bridge was not authentic enough and then they went to a vegan bakery. So what are you doing this weekend?
The Dream Merchant #1
(Image – writer: Nathan Edmondson; art: Konstantin Novosadov)
At 46 pages long and with a cover price of $3.50, Nathan Edmondson’s The Dream Merchant is definitely worth the buy. But is the comic actually worth your time?
Tentatively, yes – if the comic has a bit more to offer in its next issue. (more…)
For a few days at the end of March, if you’d been walking around Shoreditch in East London, you might have seen something a little out of the ordinary. On Great Eastern Street, opposite the multistory car park and next door to an expensive “distressed” vintage clothing boutique, you might have seen a new mysterious shop front describing itself as Wilfred Bagshaw’s Time Emporium. (more…)
Call me an old soul, but I’ve always loved the Jazz Age and jazz music – the only genre in which the flute and clarinet can be truly hip instruments. I was excited about the new Great Gatsby movie until I found out it was actually a music video for modern R&B, rather than for the classic standards that bring to mind speakeasies, bootleg gin and organized crime. I now imagine this new Moulin Rouge will be a lovely sight to behold and an earworm best avoided. It will be best enjoyed played with muted volume while listening to Bryan Ferry’s jazz album on my laptop in the way that some people sync Pink Floyd’s Dark Side of the Moon to The Wizard of Oz. (more…)
If there’s anything that the PlayStation 4 reveal has taught us, it’s that consoles, and the games we play on them, no longer matter. Fortunately I have managed to get my hands on the thing that we all do care about: the DualShock 4. Here is my exclusive review, in which I run through all the key features of the controller: (more…)