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    • Games Spot Reviews: Kirby: Planet Robobot Review

      With plenty of wonderful games tied to his name, I'll never understand why Kirby isn't paraded around as prominently as Nintendo's other mascots. Kirby: Planet Robobot is the perfect example: it's another great Kirby side-scrolling platformer, and yet it's been largely flown under the radar since it was announced.

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    • Games Spot Reviews: Overwatch Review

      Overwatch is an exercise in refined chaos. There are multitudes of layers hiding beneath the hectic surface, and they emerge, one after another, the more you play. This is a shooter that knows how to surprise, one that unfolds at a frantic pace, one that takes a handful of great ideas, and combines them into something spectacular.

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    • Games Spot Reviews: Fallout 4 Far Harbor Review

      After dozens of hours in the rough-and-tumble Commonwealth, the coast of Maine sounds like the perfect place for a sojourn in Fallout 4. Enjoy a boat ride; meet new people; solve a mystery with your best synthetic friend--what's not to love?

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    • Games Spot Reviews: Hitman Go VR Review

      Hitman Go is an excellent example of a game that takes core elements from a franchise and turns them into something wholly different, while feeling through and through like it belongs. As you solve its puzzles, you feel like you're making your way towards an assassination target, completely undetected. It's marvelous how a simple and engaging puzzle game can be nothing like its precursor yet maintain a similar spirit. It's something that carries over to virtual reality but isn't helped by it--instead, it makes a poor case for why you should play it in VR at all.

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    • Games Spot Reviews: Shadow of the Beast Review

      Those of us who read our game manuals cover to cover in the '80s were often treated to verbose backstories that help set the scene. These introductions provided context that was often missing within the game, and a deeper understanding of the hero’s motivation. In its modern reimagining of Shadow of the Beast, Heavy Spectrum brings one of these decades old text descriptions to life.

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    • Games Spot Reviews: Party Hard Review

      After a long day of work, you come home exhausted, make yourself dinner, take a quick shower, watch some television or play a video game. Then you try to get some sleep. After a few unsuccessful hours of tossing and turning, it’s already 3AM. You lie in your bed wide awake. The massive college party next door, with its obnoxious electronic music, isn't letting up. Do you complain? Do you call the cops? Nope. Instead, you put on a hockey mask, grab a butcher’s knife, and kill everyone at the party.

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    • Games Spot Reviews: Total War: Warhammer Review

      Screeching gears, rhythmic boot steps, and the soft crunch of fresh snow. These were the first notes of my invasion. I sought the Dwarfen capital of Karak Varn. The Dwarfs, hardy and resilient though they may be, were a thorn for my new allies, the green-skinned Orcs and goblins. I held my siege for weeks, and while my foes’ numbers dwindled, mine grew. After each clash, I wrenched the newly dead from the earth and added them to my fiendish, Vampire hordes. Siege engines ready, and carried yon by fresh Dwarfen zombies, I steeled my undead warriors for the final assault.

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    • In Style Fashion News Feed: From Hair Whipping To The Michael Cera, Why Willow Smith Is Everything Right Now
      Willow Smith just released your lo-fi summer soundtrack - with Michael Cera?! Here's everything you need to know about the rising star
    • Games Spot Reviews: Homefront: The Revolution Review

      Somewhere within Homefront: The Revolution--beneath the choppy framerate, the hackneyed narrative, and the half-explored mechanics that are hastily introduced then forgotten just as quickly--exists a solid, cinematic shooter. All the ingredients are there. It casts players as American resistance fighters--outmanned and outgunned, but resourceful and resilient--which naturally paves the way for both novel gameplay and daring political themes. Unfortunately, Homefront doesn't quite deliver on either one.

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    • In Style Fashion News Feed: 11 Reasons Why Heels Are WAY Hotter Than Flats
      Heels? Always (even on slippers). Acting Beauty Editor, Lisa Haynes puts her case forward for boycotting the flats
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      Dig out those flares for a Saturday night trip back to the 70s at the Den and Centro. Saturdays
    • School Disco
      Long-running nostalgia night at Portland Girls' School where all clubbers must wear school uniform. Every Saturday Book online:
    • Club De Fromage
      Beer, dressing up and plenty of cheese at this fun pop night in London. Strictly no trendy music! Saturdays
    • Get Loaded at Electric Brixton
      Resident DJ Eddy Temple Morris brings you the best indie and electronica in London every Friday
    • Feeling Gloomy
      Misery loves company, so cry your eyes out (or just dance) with fellow miserablists at London's Feeling Gloomy. Saturdays
    London Theatre Guide
    • The Merchants of Bollywood at the Peacock Theatre
      Experience the glitz and glamour of Bollywood’s exciting history at the Peacock Theatre. 24 May- 11 Jun Book online:
    • Show Boat at the New London Theatre
      Daniel Evans’ new production of the timeless romantic musical set in America’s Deep South comes to the West End. Until 27 Aug Book online:
    • Dreamgirls at Savoy Theatre
      Glee star Amber Riley makes her West End debut in the Tony Award-winning musical, Dreamgirls at Savoy Theatre. 19 Nov-11 Mar Book online:
    • Goosebumps Alive at the Vault
      Immerse yourself in pure fear with Goosebumps Alive at Waterloo's the Vault. Until 29 May Book online:
    • Doctor Faustus at Duke of York's Theatre
      Don't miss this darkly comic reinvention of Christopher Marlowe's cautionary drama, Doctor Faustus. 9 Apr-25 Jun Book online:
    • The Go-Between at the Apollo Theatre
      Catch the new British musical exploring one man's troublesome past, starring Michael Crawford. 27 May-15 Oct Book online:
    • How The Other Half Loves at Theatre Royal Haymarket
      Witness the first West End revival of Alan Ayckbourne’s How The Other Half Loves at Theatre Royal Haymarket. 23 Mar-25 Jun Book online:
    • The Libertine at Theatre Royal, Haymarket
      Head to Theatre Royal, Haymarket to marvel at Dominic Cooper performing in The Libertine. 22 Sep-3 Dec Book online:
    • The Bodyguard at the Dominion Theatre
      Catch Beverley Knight in the award-winning musical adaptation of the romantic thriller in London's West End. 15 Jul-7 Jan Book online:
    • Escaped Alone at the Royal Court Theatre
      Watch the brand new from Caryl Churchill starring Linda Bassett at the Jerwood at the Royal Court Theatre. Until 12 Mar Book online:
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