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I get confused unboxing the Sony Z2

I'm loving all the cool new toys we're getting now that we are expanding our focus into tech and gadgets. I had an awesome meeting with the good people of Sony, during which I swear we agreed I would review their new phone. However, during the unboxing I got a bit of a surprise.
Extras! 31 July 2014

Extras! 31 July 2014

Welcome to The Extras! A daily dose of all the smaller movie related news, clips and just plain cool stuff that you might have missed! True story: When Samuel L. Jackson was younger, he had a really bad stutter. One of the ways he overcame it was to use [continue @ themovies]

In Other News – 31 July 2014

Dammit July, you’ve tricked me yet again! I thought the month had a hald-life of 30 days, but I was wrong! Catastrophically wrong! All those innocent days that have been murdered now, because I believed that I had July down for the count. I just can’t…I just can’t do this anymore.

Watch Dogs DLC coming to a city near you?

Watch Dogs is a lot of fun if you can ignore the wet blanket of a character that's Aiden. I swear, he gives Connor a run for his money as far as lack of personality goes. That said, the game is quite cool and is preparing for new DLC, but the location is no longer the Windy City.

Pre-purchase Far Cry 4 and Assassins Creed Unity on Steam for extra goodies

The crazy part of the gaming year is just getting closer and closer. Too many new games, such little time! Seeing as we’re not all made of money (I know I’m not), I’m going to assume we will all be shopping with value in mind, at least to some kind of extent. If you have a set list of games but too little cash, it can be difficult to choose. Steam has teamed up with Ubisoft to put together some pre-purchase incentives for their upcoming titles, Far Cry 4 and Assassins Creed Unity. Will they twist your arm?

Are videogames making you hear things?

It seems that people who play games for extended hours are starting to suffer from auditory hallucinations after the fact. Yes, gamers are prone to hearing things – and there’s been a whole study about the phenomena.

Indie Zoe: Raider of the Lost News (31 July 2014)

Come one, come all, gather round for I have glorious tales to tell. Oh, who am I kidding - you guys don't actually care about all the cool indie news about locals doing well and fun things going on - you're just reading to do me a favour and not make me land up like Martha with least comments of the week.

Vote on the game cover that you want for The Evil Within

It’s been a while since I’ve had a good fright. Not since I accidentally walked into a showing of Mamma Mia, have I been properly horrified, and by all accounts, I’m going to need to wear my brown pants when I play The Evil Within. It’s a spooky-looking game, with new-gen barbwire physics confirmed. What it doesn’t have confirmed however, is an alternate cover option. The time for voting, is now!

The Sims 4 trailer details emotional selfies

The new Sims 4 trailer shows that this latest iteration of the game will include a greater emotional range that will have a deeper impact on gameplay. Gone are the days of just keeping your Sims happy at all costs, those strange and varied emotions will change how they interact and what they do.

Check out new footage of the upcoming Unreal Tournament

It’s been a good few years since we last saw an Unreal Tournament. I sunk countless hours into the original and 2004 editions at LANs and even against bots, but skipped out on the third entry entirely for some reason. There’s a new iteration on the horizon, and you can finally get a proper glimpse at what it looks like.

PlayStation Now might skip PS1 and PS2 titles

When Sony announced their acquisition of streaming serve Gaikai fans were promised that they would be able to stream PS3, PS2 and PS1 games in the near future. Fast forward today and Sony have only marginally delivered on that promise. PlayStation Now is Sony's future of game streaming, but it seems like PS2 and PS1 titles have been dropped.