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Best of the Decade: Mass Effect 2

Let’s be honest, it’s pretty much impossible to choose just one game from a whole decade of gaming. Ten years spent exploring new worlds, countless epic adventures and plenty of quickfire arcade action that has helped melt away even the crappiest of days. However, while…

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Best of the Decade: Rocket League

Picking the best game of the decade is an impossible task. It’s something that’s entirely different from picking the best film or TV show because games are, by nature, a far more personal experience. No one will play a game in the exact same way,…

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Best of the Decade: Deus Ex: Human Revolution

The year is 2000. Video game company Ion Storm releases a little game called Deus Ex for the PC. The game is a smash hit, getting glowing reviews across the board and selling pretty well. Three years later, the sequel, Deus Ex: Invisible War is…

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Best of the Decade: Under The Skin (2013)

Jonathan Glazer’s erotic science-fiction masterpiece, starring Scarlett Johannson, is sure to be gracing many an end of decade ‘best of’ list, despite being somewhat of a curveball when it first appeared. Made for a small budget of £8million and with a cast made up largely…

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Best of the Decade: Hollow Knight

Hollow Knight is one of those rare gems in the gaming world, that seems small and unassuming, but when you open it up it reveals something magnificent. Created by Team Cherry, a group of just three guys, it is one of the most beautiful, well-crafted…

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Boris, Bullingdon and The Riot Club

The Riot Club (directed by Lone Scherfig) is not my favourite film of the decade (although it is definitely in my Top 10) but I believe it is one of the most important films of the decade. Especially when viewed in a double-bill with a…

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Best of the Decade: The Nice Guys (2016)

The year is 1987. A little buddy cop action-thriller called Lethal Weapon is released into cinemas. Directed by Richard Donner, it stars Mel Gibson and Danny Glover. But most importantly, it was the screenplay debut by a young, up-and-coming screenwriter named Shane Black. Black then…

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Best of the Decade: Wonder Woman In ‘No Mans Land’

Wonder Woman, both the character and the film, had a lot riding on its shoulders when it was released in 2017. Amazingly it was the first live-action film where Wonder Woman was the lead, it was the first female-led superhero since Catwoman and Elektra in…