• Out of Lives Podcast Episode 74 – Broad Robot Venom Fist

    It is a fun episode this week as your regular host, Adam, is joined by “Chief Interviewer” Alex & “Revealed a bit too much of himself” Allan. 2 Guests making their debuts on the same podcast, what a treat for them and for you dear listeners! The good news...
  • Why Romulans should be the villains of Star Trek 4

    The release of Star Trek Beyond last year brought with it a major surprise: it was actually a really good movie. I’m a big fan of the 2009 reboot and Into Darkness is a fun action flick but even I wasn’t excited for Beyond. The marketing put me off...
  • Get Out – Video Review

      Get Out is the directorial debut of Jordan Peele and it got me wondering what he could bring to the horror genre? Well this film is definitely told from a unique perspective, that is uncommonly seen in genre films. In the center of the film is a man...
  • Kong: Skull Island – Video Review

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  • Can the Switch Learn From the Wii U’s Bad Online Service?

    Nintendo are destined to repeat their online service mistakes, unless they learn from the Wii U’s failings. While the Wii U’s online service was mostly functional, it was primitive. As the Switch’s online features aren’t fully up and running yet, Nintendo still have time to carefully ponder what players...
  • Out of Lives Podcast Episode 73 – A-Team Assemble

    This weeks episode is an absolute belter! Alfred forgets how conversations work, Adam refuses to restart the podcast & Aadil wants a lot of things cut… particularly when he says something stupid. Other topics covered are Game Of Thrones Season 7/8 news, catching up with Microsoft, Rocket League sales...
  • Tanked Up 68 – Horizon: Zero Reservations

    Its a star-studded cast this week, Ben and Aadil are joined by Lucy and Out of Lives own Adam Thomas. Aadil talks briefly of his hour or so reredoing the first province of Tom Clancy’s-tm Ghost Recon Wildlands. The rest have a large conversation about Horizon: Zero Dawn, followed...
  • 2Dark Review

    Reviewed on: Xbox One Also available on: PS4, Steam 2Dark is a new indie thriller from Frederick Raynal, the creator of Alone in the Dark. The games title works on many levels as you play in a lot of dark areas with little light, but more importantly, the game is...
  • Revisiting Assassin’s Creed 2

    First, I should say this isn’t a review but rather an informal discussion of various aspects of the game. I’ll be going wherever my thoughts take me with little structure so if you’re not familiar with the game maybe this article isn’t for you. If asked what my favourite...