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5 best data recovery software’s for MAC

by Andrew Corbanon 18/01/2019
We are handling a large amount of data in our daily lives. Each of those data is involved with certain important tasks with which we are dealing. One should ensure that these data are stored in a secure manner so that they can be retrieved whenever there is a requirement. Most people are storing their […]

Did Alden Ehrenreich’s Han Solo Live Up to Harrison Ford’s?

by Andrew Corbanon 25/05/2018
  Geek Pride previously wrote about how some of the new Star Wars movies don’t measure up to the greatness of the original 70s to 80s trilogy. While Rogue One was without a doubt one of the most impressive additions to the franchise, other recent ones like The Force Awakens and The Last Jedi were […]

3 of E3’s Biggest Flops

by Andrew Corbanon 08/06/2016
Gamers, publishers, retailers, and developers worldwide know to mark E3 on their calendars for the hottest announcements and biggest surprises in the gaming world – but we can all recall some of the show’s most legendary gaffes. From nostalgic mistakes of yesteryear to more recent digital doozies, we’ve gathered 3 of the most spectacular flops […]

Rooftop Retro: Lost Format Society

by Andrew Corbanon 29/04/2016
What can you do on top of an NCP in Croydon on a Wednesday? Enjoy an evening of drinks, food and a good movie of course! The Lost Format Society is a rooftop bar and cinema located in Croydon town centre it is not only a cinematic experience but also doubles as a night out […]

Dark Souls Issue #1

by Andrew Corbanon 12/04/2016
Dark Souls: Breath of Andolus is Titan Comics latest licensed offering written by George Mann with artwork by Alan Quah. It’s a solid romp but it struggles with capturing the essence of the source material. When I found out that Dark Souls was getting a comic book, I have to say my interest was piqued. […]

Horror Spotlight: The Taking of Deborah Logan

by Andrew Corbanon 06/04/2016
Found footage is a sub-genre of horror that divides the opinions of many fans. For every Blair Witch Project, another twenty are made that produce as much enjoyment for the audience as a hot poker to the eye. Many people would like to see them retreat into the shadows, never to be heard from again. […]

Coin Op Capers: Atari Vault Review

by Andrew Corbanon 01/04/2016
Atari is a name synonymous with the birth of the gaming industry, and its part in the brief death of the aforementioned industry in 1983. Their back catalogue includes 14 consoles and 100’s of games. So it’s no surprise then that Atari in these leaner years wants to dip back into its varied bag of […]

Sony Undercuts Competition With Vr Pricing

by Andrew Corbanon 16/03/2016
With this year of boxes that you stare into and play video games with in full swing. Sony announced the pricing and release window of its generically named PlayStation VR. The Japanese company held a conference at GDC yesterday where it announced that the PlayStation VR will be priced at a cool $399 which is […]

Slow Mo Video: Asahi’s New Video Booth

by Andrew Corbanon 12/03/2016
Premium Japanese beer brand Asahi is bringing their super-slow motion video booth to an event near you!  On Thursday I got to spend some time trying out this pint glass shaped video booth that brings together the fun of slow motion video and marries it with the Japanese craze for purinto kurabu (print club) booths. […]

It’s Not All Bad: Four Horror Remakes Worth Watching

by Andrew Corbanon 29/02/2016
With the recent release of a remake of Eli Roth’s 2002 classic horror Cabin Fever, some people may be wondering if there is any point in remaking films like this at all, especially when they’re little more than shot for shot recreations that don’t add anything exceptional to the concept. Everyone constantly bemoans horror remakes and, […]