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Lego has been around for long enough that most good Lego sets seem to have been created already, and they have resorted to making stories and movies to create new brands and themes (see: Ninjango). So recently they have turned to the internet for help on creating wanted sets, in the form of Lego Ideas. …

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About a year ago I talked about the coming of Xbox Game Pass, and they seem to have had a fairly successful launch. And despite the price tag (only $10/month) I haven’t bought it yet, always saying that there weren’t any real games that I was interested in…and the ones I was interested in were …

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Three great games currently grace my phone, for when I’m bored and run out of shows to binge watch. Homescapes Homescapes is a simple Match-3 game, similar to the likes of Bejeweled and Candy Crush, and with each level you pass you get a “Star”. Earn enough stars and you can start fixing up your …

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FIFA 18 comes out this Friday, and the summary of it is eerily similar to last years game: Pretty darn good. Gameplay is outstanding, running on the still fairly new Frostbite engine (debuted in FIFA last year), and looking as close to real as it can get. They have turned up the presentation a little, …

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A few months ago I discussed the 2017 Video Game Hall of Fame finalists (of which Halo, Pokemon, Street Fighter and Donkey Kong made it in), and now it’s time to shift over to the standard Toy Hall of Fame. The first class was inducted in 1998, and the hall has many great items in …

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Madden 18 came out this morning, and after playing it for a week now with EA Access, I’m going to give it an 8.5 out of 10, same as last year’s edition, since the improvements outweigh the failings. PRESENTATION The graphics have been moved to the Frostbite engine this year, and after FIFA’s successful launch last …

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