Day: 2 July 2015

Five places to enjoy your evenings in San Antonio, Texas

July 2, 2015

After you survive the day in San Antonio you can read about my day HERE, then it’s time to head out on the town for the evening. There are a myriad of options in the city, and if you know where to look there’s even quite a lot of what you don’t expect. And while […]

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Team Fortress 2‘s Gun Mettle update adds contracts, weapons, maps and more

July 2, 2015

Valve’s free-to-play shooter Team Fortress 2 has received its latest annual update, called the Gun Mettle update. It arrives this week and will bring a pile of new weapons, three fresh maps, new taunts and a brand new contract system to the game, in addition to a number of tweaks to all eight classes.

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Watch the extended, 15-minute version of that amazing Uncharted 4 E3 trailer

July 2, 2015

Naughty Dog closed out Sony’s impressive E3 press conference this year with a crazy live demo of their upcoming sequel, Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End. The thing is, that trailer only showed off half of what Naughty Dog had brought to show off. 

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Here are your PlayStation Plus freebies for July

July 2, 2015

PlayStation Plus subscribers will be getting their six free games during July and the lineup for the month is made up entirely of awesome indie titles. This month sees four of the six titles available on PlayStation 4. Rocket League, Styx: Master of Shadows, MouseCraft and Entwined. PS3 owners aren’t being left out completely, getting SCEJ’s Rain free of charge and […]

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Nintendo redesigning Miiverse, adding screenshot gallery

July 2, 2015

Nintendo has announced they plan to roll out an overhaul of its Miiverse social platform on the Wii U in the coming months. The update will dump the activity feed for a play journal and will add new features like an album for keeping screenshots in. According to the announcement on the Miiverse website, the […]

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Blu-Ray Review: Cinderella (Rated G – USA, 2015)

July 2, 2015

If you can imagine the Disney fairy tale animated film of the same name brought to the screen in all its resplendent glory as live action, then Kenneth Branagh’s version certainly fulfils that. A consistently visually bold film even though it does lack a sense of originality or uniqueness in the story. Regardless it’s still […]

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Review: NT Live presents Man and Superman (UK, 2015)

July 2, 2015

Man and Super Man, distributed by the National Theatre, is spectacular epic with torrential dialogue and entertaining albeit reverential musings on the human condition. Written in 1903 by Bernard Shaw and then subsequently deemed “unstageable”, this seemingly untameable three hour epic has been breathed to life with the patient, clever and guiding adaptation of Sam […]

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Exclusive Interview: Ondi Timoner – Director of Brand: The Second Coming – opens up on working with Russell at the Sydney Film Festival

July 2, 2015

Last month, director Ondi Timoner – perhaps best known for her incredible documentary DIG!, among many others – was in Sydney to premiere her new documentary Brand: A Second Coming at the Sydney Film Festival. Larry Heath had the opportunity to talk to Ondi about the film, about collaborating with Russell, his controversial no-show at SXSW […]

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