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The last time we saw the brooding super-agent, Adam Jensen, he was sinking to the bottom of the Panchaean sea, following the explosive conclusion to Deus Ex: Human Revolution. Now working for Interpol-funded Task Force 29, Jensen is faced with the...
Fo the past five years, Telltale Games has become the masters of storytelling. With so many popular franchises eager to have the Telltale treatment, it was only a matter of time before the Dark Knight landed at the game...
Furi dazzled the gaming world this month, when it popped up as PSN's July freebie. With its mix of twin-stick shooting and unforgiving swordplay, Furi, will have you roaring in frustration as you encounter the brutal, relentless, and occasionally,...
  Descent is another DLC for Call of Duty with very few redeeming features about it.The new map pack, Descent, has the standard, one remade map, Empire, then three new maps, Berserk, Rumble and Cryogen. It also includes a zombie...
Perhaps the last, truly great game from Sega, Valkyria Chronicles, and possibly one of the greatest strategy titles of the last generation arrives on PS4. With a mature tone, young adult protagonists, and its marriage of watercolour visuals and an...

DOOM Review

Doom has a simple purpose which is to throw you into a demon-slaying mind set fuelled by heavy metal music and lots of weapons that you use to kill lots of demons. This Doom is a lot more action packed...
In Blood and Wine, we wave a bittersweet farewell to our favourite grizzled, white haired hero, but CD Projekt Red (CDPR) ensures Geralt’s last adventure is one to remember. With over 30+ hours of content, Blood and Wine, has...
Overwatch is a first person shooter developed by Blizzard Entertainment and was one of the most hotly anticipated games this summer. The game is an online shooter based in a not so distant future. Players battle it out in...
This is the first time we see our furry friend, Ratchet, and his stiffly humoured partner, Clank, make it onto the screens of our PlayStation 4’s. The latest instalment in the Ratchet and Clank story we see the original story...
It has been almost ten years since we were first introduced to globetrotting treasure hunter Nathan Drake. With his charm, determination, strength and vulnerability, he is the type of male lead that great Hollywood screenwriters dream about. With Nathan, we...
Walking simulators have become a common trend in the gaming world as of late. A emotionally driven character drama combined with linear gameplay, seems to be the perfect forum for small developers to express their gaming intentions. Camp Santo’s debut...
With the new year ticking along nicely in the gaming world, the time has come for the first Black Ops 3 DLC maps to be released. This map pack includes five maps, four multiplayer maps and one zombies map. Splash,...

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(Photos) Ailbhe Reddy live at The Sugar Club, Dublin

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Ren – ‘A Calling from the Shore’ (EP Review)

Ren
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Brass Phantoms – ‘Waiting Up’ Single Review

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