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Game of the Generation Podcast November 24, 2013 | Jitterbug
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3,790,220. That is, roughly, the number of characters I’ve tweeted. And that number is so astronomically big, it blows my mind. It sickens me, in a way: think how much time I’ve spent sharing my thoughts on rather inane matters. …
The original Thor was very different to previous Marvel movies. It had a Shakespearean vibe: a more mature and dramatic atmosphere than your typical comic book film. Although The Dark World ditches acclaimed theatre director Kenneth Branagh, it replaces him with Game of Thrones director Alan Taylor, meaning that the sequel should retain some of that medieval charm. The question is: does it?
Arkham Origins is a strange game. It follows Arkham Asylum and City: two of my favourite games. Unlike the previous two, Origins isn’t developed by Rocksteady: WB Montreal have instead been given the reins. The strange thing is…you can’t really tell. Because Origins feels exactly like City: too much like it.
For a few years now, the hype machine for GTA V has been steaming along, with every little piece of new info causing the mouths of eager gamers to salivate. Well, now the video game behemoth is back, and it’s every bit as good as the hype suggested. Rockstar have effortlessly introduced some groundbreaking tweaks to the formula whilst providing that instantly recognisable GTA experience.