THE STORY SO FAR: PART 2 – By Andrew Crosby

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  Is this life for me? I’d landed at Las Palmas Airport and caught the bus straight to Playa del Ingles. I’d been many times over the years and pretty much knew the… Continue reading

Jekyll and Hyde – Book Review by Stephanie Collins

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Well, it’s only appropriate that in this month (the month of pumpkins and dark nights and that increasingly popular holiday, Halloween) that I review one of the seminal pieces of Gothic fiction. Also… Continue reading

Mechanix Gaming Reviews – Alice: Madness Returns

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Developed by Spicy Horse, Alice: Madness Returns is the sequel to American McGee’s Alice, back in 2000. Can Gerad the Gaming Wolf and Mecha, his virus-infested PS Vita, battle their madness and delve… Continue reading

Mechanix Gaming Reviews – The Infinite Perils of Eyeball Shaun

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Gerad is a wolf man. With him, freshly loaded onto a PSVita system, is the cynical and sentient virus, Mecha. Perhaps one day their transmitted video reviews will bridge the gap between humankind,… Continue reading

Miss Peregrine’s home for Peculiar Children by Ransom Riggs – Book Review By Stephanie Collins

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I wanted to like this book. I really, really wanted to like this book. The found photography was both fun and supplemented the story in a way I hadn’t seen before, and I… Continue reading

To Everything, Turn, Turn, Turn – By Lucy Slessor

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The band The Byrds got it so right. Now as we are experiencing the Autumn Equinox, changes seem to be occurring everywhere and for everyone. So many of my friends on social network… Continue reading

The Story So Far – by Andrew Crosby-Heald

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Making The Switch My life used to be what you would call normal.  I had the stereotypical gay suburban lifestyle.  I’d lived with my boyfriend for nearly 10 years, worked as a personal… Continue reading

The X-Factor – Back Bigger than Ever. Again. – by Paige Taylor

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When X-Factor first began in 2004, like many others I was a sucker for it. I loved curling up on the couch with my parents and watching Simon Cowell whip lash people with… Continue reading

What Will be the Big Changes in Final Fantasy VII Remake? – by Edgar Duncan

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When Final Fantasy VII Remake was announced at E3 2015, the crowd erupted in a cacophony of cheers. It’s the dream remake, the one gamers have been calling out for since the early… Continue reading

“Figure”ing It Out – Are Toys, for In-Game Content, Worthwhile? – by Edgar Duncan

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At what point do we become too old to play with toys? I remember a time of whimsy, frolicking about when my ponytail was perhaps longer than my tiny body, playing with a… Continue reading