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Snapchat Spectacles Review: Do They Hold Up Without The Hype?
Now that Snapchat Spectacles are available online, the sheen of vending machine-related exclusivity is now off. That makes this the perfect time to post a long term review of my own pair.
5 Things I Learnt about WWE House Shows from the NXT UK Tour
WWE NXT came to Nottingham recently, so I grabbed a ticket and went to check it out. This was my first ever house show, and it really wasn't what you expect from watching it on TV. If you're also a first-timer planning to go, take these five lessons I learnt about WWE house shows.
In Defence Of The 2016 Royal Rumble...
So I've been thinking about rating this year's Royal Rumble, and before I went to bed, it was fair to say nobody really liked it. Some great stars were squashed and AJ Styles' amazing debut was a little short lived. But thinking more and more about it, I'm coming to the conclusion that this was the best possible rumble they could have given us in the circumstances.
WWE Payback 2016 Review: The "New Era" Is Already Growing Stale
WWE set the stage to usher in a new era of wrestling with Payback. Instead, we got some sensational wrestling paired with underwhelming storylines, to make for an unfortunately mediocre show.
Forza Motorsport 4 review
Gran Turismo 5's 2.0 patch (a hefty 1GB update) is finely-tuned to bring added life to a misfiring racer, but it's Forza Motorsport 4 that leaves us with the sense that we've just experienced the 'real driving simulator'.
Whether it's in admiring the piercing headlights and curvaceous body of the Italia 458 in Autovista (strangely mesmerising), choosing to go mano-a-mano in Rivals, re-instating pride for your loyal Club in multiplayer or getting behind the wheel, Kinect in-tow, for some nerve-shattering, bumper-to-bumper, old-fashioned racing; Forza 4 is, quite simply, the full racing package.