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Robotech: its knotty history, and earlier movie attempts

Ryan Lambie Feature Mar 27, 2015

As the Robotech film moves ahead, we look at the anime's history, knotty rights issues, cultural impact, and earlier failed film attempts.

Zelda Wii U: delayed until 2016

Ryan Lambie News Mar 28, 2015

Nintendo's Legend Of Zelda entry for the Wii U, once scheduled for this year, is "no longer making a 2015 release"...

Games nobody talks about anymore: Bubble Bobble

Ryan Lambie Feature Mar 28, 2015

Released in 1986, Bubble Bobble was one of the best two-player arcade games ever. Let's make a journey to the cave of monsters...

Southpaw: first trailer

Ryan Lambie Trailer Mar 27, 2015

A beefed-up Jake Gyllenhaal stars in Antoine Fuqua's boxing drama, Southpaw. Here's the first trailer...

Want to be an extra in Homefront: The Revolution?

Ryan Lambie News Mar 27, 2015

The makers of shooter sequel Homefront: The Revolution are looking for models to play NPCs - and they'll pay £50 for your time...

Robot Overlords review

Ryan Lambie Review Mar 27, 2015

It's human kids versus giant alien machines in Robot Overlords, the new sci-fi adventure film from the director of Grabbers...

Get Hard review

Ryan Lambie Review Mar 27, 2015

Will Ferrell and Kevin Hart in the R-rated comedy, Get Hard. What could go wrong? Lots, Ryan writes...

Metal Gear Solid 5: Konami releases new statement on Hideo Kojima's status

Ryan Lambie News Mar 26, 2015

Following reports of a rift between Hideo Kojima and Konami, the publisher has released a statement...

Star Wars: Rogue One - Ben Mendelsohn to star?

Ryan Lambie News Mar 26, 2015

Reports suggest that Ben Mendelsohn could be set to star in the 2016 Star Wars spin-off, Rogue One...

Pythetron: Gradius-like shooter hits Kickstarter

Ryan Lambie News Mar 25, 2015

Looking for a 2D shooter with 3D graphics, like Gradius V? Then check out the Kickstarter for Pythetron...

Evolve: new patch tones down monster power

Ryan Lambie News Mar 25, 2015

Turtle Rock's four-on-one shooter Evolve is getting a bit of a rebalance, as a new patch tones down the Wraith's movement power...

The shows & films that made Britain fall in love with anime

Ryan Lambie Feature Mar 25, 2015

From Marine Boy and Thundercats to Cities Of Gold and Akira, we look at the TV shows and movies that introduced the UK to Japanese anime

Must watch: Star Wars - TIE Fighter animated fan film

Ryan Lambie Viral Video Mar 24, 2015

Created by just one animator over four years, TIE Fighter is a superb, anime-style fan film set in the Star Wars universe. Take a look...

Fast & Furious 7 review

Ryan Lambie Review Mar 24, 2015

High-octane sequel Fast & Furious 7 satisfies as an action film and a moving send-off for the late Paul Walker, Ryan writes...

Mario Kassar interview: Carolco, BOT, Hollywood

Ryan Lambie Interview Mar 24, 2015

We chat to legendary producer Mario Kassar about the return of Carolco, its forthcoming sci-fi film BOT, Hollywood studios, and more...

Aerial multiplayer shooter Strike Vector to get console port

Ryan Lambie News Mar 23, 2015

Released on PC last year, aerial multiplayer shooter Strike Vector is coming to Xbox One and PS4 in the summer...

Games nobody talks about anymore: Rolling Thunder

Ryan Lambie Feature Mar 21, 2015

It was an incredibly tough scrolling shooter with a cool 60s spy theme. Ryan takes a look back at Namco's Rolling Thunder...

Conker's making a comeback - sort of

Ryan Lambie News Mar 20, 2015

Remember the naughty Conker's Bad Fur Day? Well, its foul-mouthed hero's making a return as a series on Project Spark...

Isao Takahata's contribution to Studio Ghibli

Ryan Lambie Feature Mar 20, 2015

As The Tale Of The Princess Kaguya arrives in UK cinemas, Ryan pays tribute to director Isao Takahata's vital contribution to Studio Ghibli.

Nintendo: mobile, core gamers and a tricky balancing act

Ryan Lambie Feature Mar 20, 2015

As Nintendo announces its NX console and a move to mobile gaming, the company faces its trickiest balancing act yet, Ryan argues...

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