Nathan Wong

Dr. Who Adventures

Cards on the table; interests declared beforehand; bribes quietly taken in a back-alley: I fucking love Doctor Who. As a character and a personality, he’s a constantly evolving, infinitely faceted character both instantly lovable and eternally distant. As a series, the recent(ish) reboot has done a fantastic job of keeping...
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Posted Jul. 7, 2010

Wallace & Gromit’s Fright of the Bumblebees

If there can be one truism to be said of the games industry since E. T. The Extra-Terrestrial first left Atari’s codeshops 27 years ago, it is that movie and TV tie-ins are, with only a small number of exceptions, faceless piles of drivel: games driven primarily by the publisher’s...
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Posted Apr. 27, 2009

First Look: LittleBigPlanet

Stephen Fry’s dulcet tones immediately sold me the world of LittleBigPlanet. In the least platonic way possible I very much love him. He introduces one of the most well-constructed platform games in years, epitomising the charm which the game itself so happily engulfs you in. In ten years time when...
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Posted Feb. 3, 2009