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  • Alex Porter | Blueprint: Review
    2016 Featured Podcasts Blueprint on the LAMBcast Star Wars The Force Awakens David Brook December 22 2015 Featured Podcasts Spoiler Episode 6 Melancholia Andy Goulding December 4 2015 Featured Podcasts Spoiler Podcast Blueprint Review Spoiler Podcast Features Recent Haiku Review April 16 admin April 11 2016 Featured Features Haiku Review 4 5 Trash A VHS Festival Justin Richards March 27 2016 Featured Features Reviews 4 5 Interview with Amber Fares Katy Vans March 3 2016 Featured Features Interviews Haiku Review February 16 admin March 3 2016 Featured Features Haiku Review Competition Win Last Shift on DVD David Brook January 18 2016 Competitions Featured Features Interview with Steve Oram admin January 11 2016 Featured Features Interviews Our Favourite Films of 2015 David Brook January 4 2016 Featured Features 2 Comment Haiku Review December 15 admin December 12 2015 Featured Features Haiku Review Competition Win Aferim on DVD David Brook December 8 2015 Competitions Featured Features Competitions Gates of Video Hell Haiku Review Interviews Short Films Weekend of Trash Home Reviews Book Reviews Film Reviews Game Reviews Short Films Soundtrack Reviews TV Reviews Podcasts Blueprint Review Spoiler Podcast Features Competitions Gates of Video Hell Haiku Review Interviews Short Films Weekend of Trash Author Alex Porter Alex Porter 3 0 Five Dolls For an August Moon Alex Porter April 2 2016 Film Reviews Reviews Alex Porter reviews this cult classic from Mario Bava re released by Arrow Video 4 0 Out 1 Alex Porter February 19 2016 Film Reviews Reviews Alex Porter has reviewed the main feature from Arrow s release of the Jacques Rivette Collection 4 0 By Our Selves Alex Porter December 15 2015 Film Reviews Reviews Alex Porter reviews this experimental film starring Toby Jones 4 0 The Shohei Imamura Collection Alex Porter December 4 2015 Film Reviews Reviews Alex

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  • PictoParty Wii U eShop review | Blueprint: Review
    Reviews Game Reviews PictoParty admin March 2 2016 Game Reviews Reviews Format reviewed Wii U eShop Other formats available exclusive Developer Retroid Interactive AB Publisher Retroid Interactive AB Price 7 00 Website Official Website Rating 3 Imagine Pictionary Hold on to that thought paper check pencil check friends check What You have no stationary or have taken environmentalism to the next level but you re friends are still clambering for some drawing party games then look no further than that console sitting under your TV and its touch screen abilities Party games on Nintendo s consoles are a dime a dozen And so are games with the actual use of that name in their title Most are throwaway and do little for the gamer with a more discerning tatse Will PictoParty manage to capture your attention for more than 5 minutes or will it become a relic in the party game dustbin PictoPart y is first and foremost a multiplayer game for up to 15 players in the Normal Game every person for themselves mode or up to 24 players in the only other mode available Team Game But even with a lack of game types and variety PictoParty is not limited in the amount of fun it doles out Start a game and you ll meet the Player Select screen It s here you can take and save for future use photos of all the players to take part in your current session Next choose your game settings round time between 1 and 5 minutes pass time penalties available colours for the sketcher and whether to use an eraser or not Then choose your dictionary There are 9 dictionaries on offer in PictoParty with over 700 words in total Each dictionary is basically a category Categories range from Activities and People through to The Planet and Transportation A wide range that would take a long time to exhaust However extensive play would exhaust that limitation and due to this extra life is given to PictoParty by allowing user made dictionaries Create a category title e g Solar System and then merely type in the individual words to be located within your new dictionary Anything goes even for that slightly risqué party where too much alcohol has been ingested The menu interface whilst primitive is silky smooth The touch screen on the GamePad works perfectly displaying the sketching area and the word to be drawn directly above that area Tools are limited to 6 coloured pencils and an eraser The GamePad also highlights the remaining time and 3 buttons correct pass and clear The TV display is crisp clean and functional for the other players to guess what it actually is that you are so pitifully sketching The background decals are lightly coloured white clouds and balloons on blue sky that are neither mind blowing or off putting Let s get drawing then In game the other players shout out to correctly guess the drawn item when someone gets it

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  • Freedom Planet: Wii U | Blueprint: Review
    in combination with the Analogue Stick to provide an intuitive attack system with uppercuts downward air lunges and jumps all linking together fluidly and it feels well balanced and responsive if somewhat a little floaty for precision platforming What gets in the way of all this frivolity and enemy stomping is the insistence of the inputted Anologue Up to resort to a look up move So if you push Up a little too early in one of your ass kicking flurries your on screen ally will just stand there motionlessly looking to the heavens for divine inspiration Annoying beyond all words in the fast paced racing sections The art is nostalgically beautiful and colourful with large sprite based friendly and enemy characters and crisply detailed backgrounds Some enemies do have a tendency to be coloured in a similar palette to their surroundings difficult to spot and ending up a frustration that could easily have been foreseen with more careful enemy placement This is seldom but just often enough to comment upon Animation is slightly jerky in places but because of it it retains a 1990s feel throughout which flows through into the poptastically upbeat and cheesy late 80s early 90s music that pervades every level With 4 difficulty levels to choose from Casual Easy Medium and Hard completionists will have even more challenge for their money There are lots of collectibles within every level to locate that let you unlock art and music galleries and even an achievement collection that rewards you with badges for each successfully completed event Starting the game lets you choose between Adventure or Classic Mode Both modes play through exactly the same levels in exactly the same order however Adventure Mode adds fully voice acted cut scenes between the levels to immerse you in the plot of saving your planet from Lord Devan and his evil robotic minions The cut scenes are rather humorous and whilst incredibly lengthy are well executed cute and well acted There are times when one character s voice becomes substantially quieter than all others thank heavens for the subtitles in RPG style textboxes so those audio leveling glitches can be forgotten Classic Mode forgoes all the story and just throws you onto the next stage straight after completion of the previous one Freedom Planet for the most part lets you play how you want to play Take your time kill all the non spawning enemies gather all the collectibles or race through it in the shortest possible time using the Special Attack speed boost to fly past and through unsuspecting enemy robots scorching a trail around loop the loops and generally other hedgehogian activities When travelling at speed however the game suffers from the same problems as its nostalgic cousin that of enemy and terrain placement You are moving so fast that its impossible to tell what s coming next 100 miles an hour bam hello wall dead stop bam hello spike floor and that s where Freedom Planet differs

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  • Nintendo: Review | Blueprint: Review
    December 4 2015 Featured Podcasts Spoiler Podcast Blueprint Review Spoiler Podcast Features Recent Haiku Review April 16 admin April 11 2016 Featured Features Haiku Review 4 5 Trash A VHS Festival Justin Richards March 27 2016 Featured Features Reviews 4 5 Interview with Amber Fares Katy Vans March 3 2016 Featured Features Interviews Haiku Review February 16 admin March 3 2016 Featured Features Haiku Review Competition Win Last Shift on DVD David Brook January 18 2016 Competitions Featured Features Interview with Steve Oram admin January 11 2016 Featured Features Interviews Our Favourite Films of 2015 David Brook January 4 2016 Featured Features 2 Comment Haiku Review December 15 admin December 12 2015 Featured Features Haiku Review Competition Win Aferim on DVD David Brook December 8 2015 Competitions Featured Features Competitions Gates of Video Hell Haiku Review Interviews Short Films Weekend of Trash Home Reviews Book Reviews Film Reviews Game Reviews Short Films Soundtrack Reviews TV Reviews Podcasts Blueprint Review Spoiler Podcast Features Competitions Gates of Video Hell Haiku Review Interviews Short Films Weekend of Trash Nintendo Review Home Nintendo Review 3 0 Freedom Planet Wii U admin November 19 2015 Game Reviews Nintendo Review Reviews Don t mention the similarity with 3 5 Tappingo 2 3DS admin September 3 2015 Game Reviews Nintendo Review Reviews Never since Fred Astair has tapping been so good in this game reviewed by Lee Davies 4 0 Q U B E Director s Cut Wii U admin September 3 2015 Game Reviews Nintendo Review Reviews Don t feel extruded from this game reviewed by Lee Davies 2 5 Nihilumbra admin May 25 2015 Game Reviews Nintendo Review Reviews Lee Davis reviews this WiiU eShop title 4 5 Affordable Space Adventures Darren Bolton May 25 2015 Game Reviews Nintendo Review Reviews Darren Bolton reviews this

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  • Pneuma: Breath of Life | Blueprint: Review
    Brook January 4 2016 Featured Features 2 Comment Haiku Review December 15 admin December 12 2015 Featured Features Haiku Review Competition Win Aferim on DVD David Brook December 8 2015 Competitions Featured Features Competitions Gates of Video Hell Haiku Review Interviews Short Films Weekend of Trash Home Reviews Book Reviews Film Reviews Game Reviews Short Films Soundtrack Reviews TV Reviews Podcasts Blueprint Review Spoiler Podcast Features Competitions Gates of Video Hell Haiku Review Interviews Short Films Weekend of Trash Home Reviews Game Reviews Pneuma Breath of Life Loki Dawson November 7 2015 Game Reviews Reviews Hey guys and welcome to what I hope will be the first of many reviews on the Xbox Games with Gold This month the first game available is Pneuma Breath of Life which is a first person puzzle game I am quite excited about this game for two main reasons The first of which is the pure simplicity of it That said do not mistake simplicity with it being easy This game is set out in the same way as the Myst series of games where you start out with no instructions and learn the basic principles as you play through each puzzle So what s it all about Well you start the game appearing in an empty space void of light As you move forward a new world starts to develop around you and your character explains that he is God This is where your journey begins through a world of puzzles and many mysteries You are faced with many eyes which sounds odd but these are the keys to open various doors This game is based very heavily in an alternative physics which I found has not been done so well since Valve released the gaming delight that is Portal Although this is not a long game taking roughly an hour to complete it shows a great level of thought from the designers who made this game not only in the detail of the graphics which are absolutely breathtaking but also in the puzzles that make this game the pure gem it is The main reason I wanted to mention designers is because this is a true success story of six people who worked on this game from 9 5 in the day and took up night work to pay the rent They saw a niche in the industry with the lack of jobs so decided to team up and create this game using the Unreal 4 game engine They are currently working on their next game after the success of this one having achieved a score of 4 5 stars on the Xbox store since its release on the 27th of February 2015 which I am looking forward to seeing At the beginning of this review I said that there were two reasons I was excited about doing this review The second reason is the way that they managed to hit you with very well crafted character development Throughout the game you

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  • Links | Blueprint: Review
    Spoiler Podcast Spoiler Episode 9 Mad Max Fury Road Andy Goulding March 26 2016 Featured Podcasts Spoiler Podcast Spoiler Episode 8 Dumbo Andy Goulding March 12 2016 Featured Podcasts Spoiler Podcast Spoiler Episode 7 This is England 90 Andy Goulding March 1 2016 Featured Podcasts Spoiler Podcast Blueprint on the LAMBcast Roll Your Own Top 5 David Brook February 15 2016 Featured Podcasts Blueprint on the LAMBcast Best Movies of 2015 David Brook January 7 2016 Featured Podcasts Blueprint on the LAMBcast Star Wars The Force Awakens David Brook December 22 2015 Featured Podcasts Spoiler Episode 6 Melancholia Andy Goulding December 4 2015 Featured Podcasts Spoiler Podcast Blueprint Review Spoiler Podcast Features Recent Haiku Review April 16 admin April 11 2016 Featured Features Haiku Review 4 5 Trash A VHS Festival Justin Richards March 27 2016 Featured Features Reviews 4 5 Interview with Amber Fares Katy Vans March 3 2016 Featured Features Interviews Haiku Review February 16 admin March 3 2016 Featured Features Haiku Review Competition Win Last Shift on DVD David Brook January 18 2016 Competitions Featured Features Interview with Steve Oram admin January 11 2016 Featured Features Interviews Our Favourite Films of 2015 David Brook January 4 2016 Featured Features 2 Comment Haiku Review December 15 admin December 12 2015 Featured Features Haiku Review Competition Win Aferim on DVD David Brook December 8 2015 Competitions Featured Features Competitions Gates of Video Hell Haiku Review Interviews Short Films Weekend of Trash Home Reviews Book Reviews Film Reviews Game Reviews Short Films Soundtrack Reviews TV Reviews Podcasts Blueprint Review Spoiler Podcast Features Competitions Gates of Video Hell Haiku Review Interviews Short Films Weekend of Trash Links FILM SITES Ain t It Cool News Bill s Movie Emporium Cinematical Cool Target Action Movie Reviews Dark Horizons Darren Camponi Direct to Video

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  • Contact | Blueprint: Review
    admin April 13 2016 Film Reviews Reviews 5 0 Book Reviews Film Reviews Game Reviews Short Films Soundtrack Reviews TV Reviews Podcasts Recent Spoiler Episode 11 A Separation Andy Goulding April 22 2016 Featured Podcasts Spoiler Podcast Spoiler Episode 10 Ready Player One Andy Goulding April 10 2016 Featured Podcasts Spoiler Podcast Spoiler Episode 9 Mad Max Fury Road Andy Goulding March 26 2016 Featured Podcasts Spoiler Podcast Spoiler Episode 8 Dumbo Andy Goulding March 12 2016 Featured Podcasts Spoiler Podcast Spoiler Episode 7 This is England 90 Andy Goulding March 1 2016 Featured Podcasts Spoiler Podcast Blueprint on the LAMBcast Roll Your Own Top 5 David Brook February 15 2016 Featured Podcasts Blueprint on the LAMBcast Best Movies of 2015 David Brook January 7 2016 Featured Podcasts Blueprint on the LAMBcast Star Wars The Force Awakens David Brook December 22 2015 Featured Podcasts Spoiler Episode 6 Melancholia Andy Goulding December 4 2015 Featured Podcasts Spoiler Podcast Blueprint Review Spoiler Podcast Features Recent Haiku Review April 16 admin April 11 2016 Featured Features Haiku Review 4 5 Trash A VHS Festival Justin Richards March 27 2016 Featured Features Reviews 4 5 Interview with Amber Fares Katy Vans March 3 2016 Featured Features Interviews Haiku Review February 16 admin March 3 2016 Featured Features Haiku Review Competition Win Last Shift on DVD David Brook January 18 2016 Competitions Featured Features Interview with Steve Oram admin January 11 2016 Featured Features Interviews Our Favourite Films of 2015 David Brook January 4 2016 Featured Features 2 Comment Haiku Review December 15 admin December 12 2015 Featured Features Haiku Review Competition Win Aferim on DVD David Brook December 8 2015 Competitions Featured Features Competitions Gates of Video Hell Haiku Review Interviews Short Films Weekend of Trash Home Reviews Book Reviews Film Reviews Game Reviews

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