About Author: James Strudwick

James Strudwick
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Twenty-something guy who has a tendency to rant. Loves reading, writing and music. Has two crowns in his hair, lots of moles on his body and a huge ledge on the back of his head. Is a bit of a film geek, and prefers peace and quiet to loud places.

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Football Manager 2012 Review

Once again, the time of the year comes when the regular armchair football fan who knows they can do better than their current team’s boss is doing gets the chance...

Once again, the time of the year comes when the regular armchair football fan who knows they can do better than their current team’s boss is doing gets the chance to do just that…

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Magic: The Gathering – Duels of the Planeswalkers 2013 Review

The third instalment of the Planeswalkers series has arrived. Ready your decks, and prepare to do battle…

The third instalment of the Planeswalkers series has arrived. Ready your decks, and prepare to do battle…

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Smash ‘N Survive Review

The idea of getting behind the wheel with the intent to do harm is not viewed too kindly in the real world. That’s why the gaming equivalent is proud to...

The idea of getting behind the wheel with the intent to do harm is not viewed too kindly in the real world. That’s why the gaming equivalent is proud to bring you Smash ‘N Survive, Version2Games’ latest concept of street rage car carnage. But does this particular title really deliver true automotive carnage, or is it more of a hopeful ride that merely puffs out a few fumes?

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Batman Arkham City Review

Once again, the Dark Knight swings back into our gaming lives in Rocksteady Studio’s long awaited sequel to the critically acclaimed Batman Arkham Asylum. The plot has moved from the...

Once again, the Dark Knight swings back into our gaming lives in Rocksteady Studio’s long awaited sequel to the critically acclaimed Batman Arkham Asylum. The plot has moved from the now abandoned island of the original, replaced by a newly constructed habitat for all things bat-like.

There are villains a-plenty, gadgets so cleverly concealed it’s hard to imagine where our hero fits them all on his utility belt, and the usual mix of crime-fighting and detective mode. So, before anyone who wishes to fight injustice dons the infamous cape, a burning question must surely be asked: How can you improve on one of the best comic-book games ever produced?

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