Juggernaut Music: Two Years And Going Strong!

 

 Just over a week ago, Juggernaut Music released a free-to-download compilation album in celebration of their second year in the music industry. The album, “Various – Two Years And Going Strong!” features 17 tracks by some of their best and most beloved artists (we’ve interviewed a good few already) and showcases some previously unreleased remixes as well as epic collaborations. [soundcloud url=”https://soundcloud.com/citizen-16/iioioii-c16-m80″ comments=”true” auto_play=”false” color=”ff7700″ width=”100%” height=”81″] Citizen 16 (feat IIOIOIOII) – “M80 “ One can instantly tell that a lot of thought and planning went into this album, as it flows well and no one band dominates the rest. The production value is also very good, and the music is clear and clean to listen to, but then again […]

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Praise the Fallen! (WW1)

 

 “This is a war to end all wars.” – American President Woodrow Wilson. Today marks the 100th anniversary of the beginning of the “Great War”. One hundred years ago today, 28th July, 1914 continuing until the 11th November, 1918, nearly 10,000,000 soldiers died and close to 30,000,000 more were wounded or went “missing” in what was up until 1939 the largest armed conflict in human history. To mark this most somber day I have decided to dedicate today’s article to some of my favourite films, shows and games based on the Great War. “There were many words that you could not stand to hear and finally only the names of places had dignity. Abstract words such as glory, honor, courage, […]

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Lurking – An Indie Horror Game

 

 “Sound is the only way you can see and they, they can hear your fears.” Lurking is an Indie Horror Game, but unlike many recent Indie Horrors, it is n0t just a generic Slender clone. Most of the game happens in pitch darkness and, as you have no source of illumination, you must navigate using a form of echolocation. In game sounds such as your footsteps as you walk around, thrown objects hitting something or just noisy props as well as any sound recorded from your computer’s microphone (including breathing) and  will cause sound waves to ripple out from the source. The louder the sound the further the wave travels. As the waves intersect objects they are briefly revealed Comic […]

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Interview with Vegeta

 

 No, you’re not hallucinating, you have indeed read the article title correctly. Today we speak to Adam Baroni about his role as Vegeta in the new fan produced DBZ short. (Some of you may remember we interviewed him a few months ago. Click his name for the previous interview. -Ed) Are you a fan of the series? If so how was it for you personally? If not, then what was it like working on a well known franchise? I used to watch DBZ back in 2000 but hadn’t watched it for a long time. I was asked to play the role and Vegeta is always going to be a peoples favourite. There was a lot of DBZ catching up needed […]

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5 American Revolution Films/TV series

 

 Happy 4th of July, to our American readers. In honour of this most important occasion, I, your friend and humble Red-Coat narrator, have put together a list of my favourite American Revolution films and series. The Crossing (2000) Based on the novel by Howard Fast, The Crossing tells the story of George Washington and his war weary army as they cross the Delaware River and attack the Hessian Army at Trenton. The film flows well and sticks closely to the facts and source material. George Washington, an incredibly difficult character to portray, is played well by veteran actor Jeff Daniels. This film is a must for any fan of Daniels and anyone who likes a gritty, well acted, historical war […]

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Match Monster

 

 Today we look at Match Monsters, an interesting and unique matching/puzzle game from Zebrito Studio, Bulgaria. At first glance this looks like something for the younger gamer (we have an opinion piece about that set for a later stage), but after playing for a few minutes you soon realise that this is not the case. [youtube id=”eeHDRZiYIaU” width=”600″ height=”350″] The game is incredibly simple to play, but after the first few levels things become increasingly complicated as the time per-level is reduced and the complexity of the puzzles intensifies. Some may find this incredibly annoying and taxing, but others, like myself, may enjoy the challenge. The game also seems to be fantastic for developing your memory and developing your management […]

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