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Daily Archives: 15th February 2018

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Mousa Dembélé – Spurs’ Midfield General

Harry Kane and Christian Eriksen often grab the headlines, but is the Spurs midfielder underappreciated?

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A Smalling dive helps Newcastle leap to 13th

Newton’s Third Law finding it’s way into football

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English teams excel in Europe

Convincing wins for Manchester City and Liverpool while Tottenham Hotspur earned an impressive draw away at Juventus


Nintendo unveils plans for mobile

Japan-based company outlines ambitions for 2018


Review: Black Panther

Director Ryan Coogler creates a dazzling superhero movie with a deep revolutionary and racial debate

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Ludonarrative dissonance: the developer’s paradox

The biggest problem facing true immersion in video games?

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How PUBG and Fortnite will redefine the industry

But not in the way that you might think


‘The Italian Job’ is the best film ever, and nothing will change my mind

The endlessly quotable heist masterpiece that is 1969’s “The Italian Job” gets better every time you watch it and makes you smile, no matter what.

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Review: Darkest Hour

Oldman delivers a spectacular performance, but beyond that Darkest Hour has little else to give

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When will we see a new Elder Scrolls game?

It’s very, very bad news

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Manchester and the history of HIV/AIDS

In light of LGBT History Month 2018, James Huyton recounts the winding history of HIV/AIDS and a city that fought to overcome the stigma

Photo: Brain Fallon

Album review: Brian Fallon – Sleepwalkers

The Gaslight Anthem frontman delivers stunning second solo effort to further his impressive back catalogue