REPLICA MOVIE. SCRIPTED BY HARRISON COLE DIRECTED FILMED AND EDITED BY SAMUEL DIAMOND ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK BY OLIVER PUCKEY STARRING HARRISON COLE AS HARVEY SETH DAOOD AS JOSH SIMON HALL AS DAMON MATTHEW TULLY AS PROFESSOR CHARLES AIZAZ HUSSAIN AS ACILPER PRODUCED IN ASSOCIATION WITH CHRIS FROM FILMFLUX.NET
It has been announced today, that the GAME group, the huge UK-based video game specialist retailer behing GAME and GameStation, Game Group PLC has gone into administration, with MJA Jervis/SD Maddison announced as its administrator.
It has also been announced that a total of 277 stores across the UK have closed their doors for the final time, meaning that over 2,100 people have lost their jobs in these hard economic times.
Namco is sailing a dangerous (One Piece: Unlimited Cruise SP) again, delivering half the content in double the time with its newest (rather tasteless, and rather bad) One Piece: Unlimited Cruise SP 2! (*gasps at the creative name*)
In the Land of the Rising Sun, both SP and the to-be-released SP 2 came on one cartridge.
It seems that Namco is hellbent on selling one game in two pieces- two episodes for the rest of the world, whilst in its home country it released both, ages ago, on the same cartridge. Hmm. Strange. What do you guys think about it?
Since the first game in the series, launched in 1987, the Metal Gear series has become one of the most popular video game franchises ever, as I'm sure our very own Alex will agree. In fact, art from the series will be showing at the Smithsonian in Washington DC from March 16-September 30th 2012 in its "The Art of Video Games" exhibition.
Today, Microsoft has confirmed that they will NOT be announcing any new Xbox hardware at E3 or 'anytime soon', hyping 2012 to be the year 'all about Xbox 360'. With a lineup of games like "Halo 4", "Forza Horizon", "Fable: The Journey" and more, Microsoft say that their '2012 lineup is [our] strongest ever', leaving Nintendo with a (probable) two-year head start into the forays of the eighth generation of games consoles with their Wii U console.
Viraj's last Port Designs review is of the Port Designs Laptop Rucksack a comfy and durable rucksack that provides support, safety and security for large laptops, with some added super special features.
Viraj brings us another top-notch TechFlux review with the new Port Designs iPhone 4/4S case, a sleek, business-style iPhone case great for the technological era.
Viraj's second Port Designs review, this time of a stylish, fashionable, secure and usable laptop/iPad bag.
Viraj comes out of hiatus and brings us his first-of-a-four-part-series Port Designs review series, starting with a 15" laptop bag
Welcome to February's edition of Filmflux Monthly Update! In this (slightly late, due to exams and such) monthly update, we'll be showcasing the best of the huge chock-a-block of Filmflux's content from the two months before this one! Simply click read more, scroll down, read and watch what we have to offer.