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Blu-ray Review: The Devil’s Own

You know him; you love him; now see that man Brad Pitt in this slow-paced moralistic drama.

The Devil’s Own was directed by the late Alan J. Pakula (April 7th 1928 – November 19th 1998) and tells the story of Frankie McGuire (Brad Pitt) who at a very young age witnesses his father’s brutal execution by masked gunmen. He joins the IRA, and soon becomes one of the most dangerous men in Ireland. McGuire then travels to New York on a mission. Through an IRA sympathizer, he gets a fake green card and arranges to stay with Tom O’Meara (Harrison Ford), an honest cop and family man.

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Gaming News Useful/Useless Info

Video Games: The Week in Review

Gaming Consoles, A Happy Family

A quick catch-up for those who might have missed this weeks gaming news.

Playstation Home is LIVE, so go for a walk

Playstation Home launched yesterday amid some technical issues. Gamertell takes you on a walk through.

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LittleBigPlanet community questions answered

Mark Valledor, the Marketing Manager of SCEA, answers a few community questions regarding lag, loading failures, and rankings in LittleBigPlanet.

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Nintendo Homebrew Channel, now filled with 1.0 Goodness

Because Beta10 isn’t a cool enough, the HBC gets renamed to 1.0.

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How to take good photos, Motorstorm Pacific Rift Edition

Stuart Trevor, a senior artist at Evolution Studios, tells you how to get making your spectacular crashes into works of art.

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Time Magazine’s list their top 10 video games

The non-gamers at Time Magazine compile a list of their top 10 games.

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Games for the girlfriend, a Christmas shopping experience

Sharing is caring – lists some games you could buy for your significant this Christmas.

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Ten Disappointing Games of 2008

Games you may want to get second-hand.

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Game Reviews

Review: Motorstorm Pacific Rift

Motorstorm Pacific Rift Box ArtThe original Motorstorm was the first game I experienced on the PS3, and I played it to death. The graphics were fantastic, and the gameplay, despite being difficult to master at times, appealed to my inner madman.

Not many other racing games (with the notable exception of Burnout Paradise) have made me feel exhilarated and charged up to win as Motorstorm did, and 20 months later, I’m glad to say that the sequel, MotorStorm: Pacific Rift, not only re-awakens the old feelings, but cranks them into overdrive.

Brutal off-road racing is back with a vengeance! In Pacific Rift, the festival has moved from the deep canyons and spires of Monument Valley to a previously unexplored island rich in lush forests, crystal-clear waterfalls, pristine beaches, smoking hot volcano fields, and mist-covered mountain peaks.

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