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  • The Last Of Us – The Review

    0 CommentsPosted by on July 1, 2013 under FEATURED, GAME REVIEWS
    To say that The Last Of Us is a game that I had been eagerly anticipating would have been putting it mildly. A new I.P. coming from the team that has continuously set the standard for what is possible on PlayStation 3 both in terms of storytelling and graphical power? Yes please. Set in a world ravaged by infection and devoid of civilization? Sounds good to me! And telling a story that is dark... more.
  • Soul Sacrifice – The Review

    0 CommentsPosted by on May 13, 2013 under FEATURED, GAME REVIEWS
    Just a few weeks back I concluded my preview of Sony's latest Vita adventure Soul Sacrifice with a question. After a lengthy demo that left little to the imagination and hinted at repetitive game design I found myself wondering if the final product would expand on the contents of the demo or if it would simply offer more of the same. I also questioned that if the latter turned out to be the case... more.
  • Sly Cooper: Thieves in Time – The Review

    0 CommentsPosted by on April 1, 2013 under FEATURED, GAME REVIEWS
    Sly Cooper: Thieves in Time is the latest entry in the popular platforming series for PS3 and Vita. It’s also the first brand new Sly game for this current generation marking an eight year gap since the last PS2 release. I’ll be honest; this is a series that had completely passed me by. When the original game came out in 2003 I remember picking up the box, studying its cartoonish screenshots a... more.
  • Worms: Revolution – The Evolution of the Worm

    0 CommentsPosted by on November 7, 2012 under FEATURED, GAME REVIEWS
    Worms is back! Okay, so it never really went away but it has certainly been flying under the radar for some time. In fact you might not be aware of each and every one but there’s been a new Worms game released almost every year since the 1995 original hit on every system that existed at the time. I have many fond memories of chucking Holy Hand Grenades and Banana Bombs at my mates while gath... more.
  • DREDD – Getting there…

    0 CommentsPosted by on September 17, 2012 under FILM and TV, NEWS
    Dredd. We've all been entirely too excited by news of this reboot at GZ headquarters, and it was with some trepidation that I finally slung my subhuman ass down to the 02 cinema in Greenwich. After a frankly terrifying cable car trip over the thames, I wandered in,  got my tesco groceries consficated by the cinema staff (They clearly thought my haul of tinned tuna and dried chocolate nesquik ... more.
  • Wrong Turn 4 – Bloody Beginnings

    0 CommentsPosted by on June 25, 2012 under FILM and TV
    Did you ever wonder how One Eye, Three Finger and Saw Tooth - the cleverly-named antagonists of increasingly cheap "Hills Have Eyes" knock-off franchise Wrong Turn- came to be? No? Well, me neither! But here you are anyway, the origins of a dull and nasty mutant clan of barbed wire wielding anthropophages.  It kicks off with our three facially challenged chums leading a revolt in a mental ho... more.
  • Forza Motorsport 4: Porsche Expansion Pack

    0 CommentsPosted by on June 20, 2012 under GAME REVIEWS, MONKEY MOTORS
    While the model might not be to everyone’s liking, there’s no denying Porches place in the history books when it comes to creating iconic sports cars,  the 1955 Spider, the 1973 Carrera RS 911 and the 2012 911 GT2 RS are to name just a few that carry the famous Porsche badge. It’s understandable that fans of the German giant were left with a pain in the pit of their stomach when news b... more.
  • Ghost Recon Future Soldier Review – I See Dead People.

    0 CommentsPosted by on June 16, 2012 under FEATURED, GAME REVIEWS, NEWS
                  Welcome to the Tom Clancy's - Ghost Recon Future Soldier Review - Want to know the in’s and out’s of this recent released title? Make a coffee, sit your butt comfortably and choose the ‘Full Ape Review‘. If you are on the run and need a quick feed of info then crack open a quick beer and check out the ‘Mini Nutshell R... more.
  • Piranha 3DD

    0 CommentsPosted by on June 6, 2012 under FILM and TV
    Shoddy, cock-handed knockoff of the original Piranha 3d, which came out in 2010. This clearly troubled production has been sitting in limbo for nearly a year before bypassing theatres and flopping weakly onto dvd. The original, starring Kelly Brooks' breasts and some stellar gore from director Alexander Aja was certainly no classic but it's Tolstoy by way of David Lean compared to this clumsy of... more.
  • Prometheus

    0 CommentsPosted by on June 5, 2012 under FILM and TV
    You've probably already seen this, and if you are as big a fan of the original 2 (possibly 3) Alien films as we here at GZ are you might be feeling a tad, well, let down. I'll have to preface this review by mentioning that, as I am an imbecile, I ended up seeing this at the awesome BFI Imax in london, which has a gigantic screen and a spectacular bowel-loosening sound system. Unfortunately I m... more.
  • The Raid

    0 CommentsPosted by on May 28, 2012 under FILM and TV
    An action film, when it clicks, is a thing of real beauty. It requires machine-like precision. When you've got guns involved, they have to roar. There needs to be blood bags and bullet casings. When there's hand to hand combat, you need to feel there's an army of chiropractors just offscreen cracking their knuckles. We all grew up watching Steven Segal, JCVD and Arnie mowing down hundreds of f... more.
  • John Carter

    0 CommentsPosted by on May 21, 2012 under FILM and TV
    Well hello John Carter, star of a movie that cost nearly as much as the three lord of the rings movies combined and which has gone down like the proverbial lead balloon at the box office. It's the kind of fiasco that could sink a smaller company than disney. 250 million dollars! It seems an enormous, inconcievable sum, up there with Andreas Gursky's Rhine 2 and Andy Carroll. But like the con... more.
  • Livide

    0 CommentsPosted by on May 20, 2012 under FILM and TV
    Near the end of the last decade a mini-wave of french horror movies came out of nowhere and frankly shocked the s++t out of an unprepared public. There was the bloodsoaked schizoid embolism that was Haute Tension(which was renamed - appallingly - as Switchblade Romance for an english language release) , the harrowing Martyrs and to round out the trilogy of graphic gallic gorefests, the br... more.
  • Prototype 2 Review

    0 CommentsPosted by on April 26, 2012 under FEATURED, GAME REVIEWS
    Prototype 2 Xbox 360 Review (also available on PS3 & coming to PC in June 2012) Prototype 2, as the story goes, sees you in the in the role of Sgt James Heller, a soldier and grieving husband obsessed with taking down the killer of his family – Alex Mercer. Infected by a new strain of the original's Blacklight virus, you develop incredible new powers as you battle mutants, soldiers and m... more.
  • The Bunny Game

    0 CommentsPosted by on April 23, 2012 under FILM and TV
      The things I do for you people. Ever since the birth of Gamerillaz and its fetid ancestor Reaper Gaming I've been here like some kind of movie-related damage sponge and suffering some really really bad/warped movies so you dont have to. Some of the more notably f++ked ones I've, er, enjoyed during that time have been berserk japanese bloodbath Gurotesuku , and last year's Balkan ba... more.
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