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Everyone loves a bit of great entertainment. We love it too, and here is the top reviewed content for your TV, projector or hi-fi. Simply put, this is the best of the best. The top Games, Movies and Music – as rated by us.

Album review: Aphex Twin – Collapse EP

Album review: Aphex Twin – Collapse EP

…On which Richard D James continues his impressive run since emerging after a long silence in 2014. This is one of his tighter sets, accessible to casual listeners and with enough character to keep fans happy. “T69 Collapse” is a …read more

Game review: Spiderman PS4

Game review: Spiderman PS4

Spidey’s latest PS4-only outing promises to be one of the best games that features our friendly neighbourhood web-slinger in a long time. But does it live up to the hype? Read on… So… anyone reading this likely knows it’s really …read more

Game review: Dead Cells

Game review: Dead Cells

There is a trend to make games today more forgiving than in the past. Where previously you might have to start the whole level again, now you are simply whisked back to the last checkpoint to try again. Gladly, there …read more

Game review: God Of War

Game review: God Of War

As one of the most popular Playstation exclusives of all time, Kratos – everyone’s favourite God of War has landed on Nordic shores in his latest outing, the first departure from his rampages centred in Greek mythology that put him …read more

Film review: Avengers Infinity War

Film review: Avengers Infinity War

So here we are, 10 years on, 18 movies, huge amount of laughs, massive budgets and more action than any venture into the Marvel world has been able to shake Thor’s hammer at in the past. But can Avengers: Infinity …read more

Album review: A Perfect Circle – Eat The Elephant

Album review: A Perfect Circle – Eat The Elephant

A Perfect Circle formed as the conjoining of Maynard James Keenan of Tool, and virtuoso musician/composer Billy Howerdel. However, with other projects, bouts of inactivity and a long hiatus since their last studio album, does this influential band still demand …read more

Album review: Eels – The Deconstruction

Album review: Eels – The Deconstruction

Eels are back with The Deconstruction, the 12th studio album for the band. But does it build on past acclaim or fall apart from shaky foundations? Read on to find out… Eels are an institution now, active for nearly a …read more