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‘Dead Space’ [X360] – Be Afraid…

SUMMARY: Made to make you jump…

One warning. Do not! play Dead Space at 2am with all the lights off. Or, alternatively, do! Because Dead Space thrives off atmosphere. I’d even go as far as to say that it hits the heights of Alien in terms of its creepy science-fiction tension with some unsettlingly gruesome scenes and surprises from hidden monsters. Before I played Dead Space I never saw the appeal of being scared shitless, but now I’m starting to see it can be weirdly entertaining. It’s a brilliant, brilliant game which should get more recognition.

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‘Do Androids Dream Of Electric Sheep?’…

Philip K Dick’s ‘Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?’ paints an incredibly imaginative picture of a grim future earth. The book is rife with great ideas and the story deals with some very interesting themes that span from the details of human empathy to the importance of real or imagined religions.

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