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Gig Review: Enter Shikari - 17/12/2014Venue: Camp and Furnace, Liverpool, EnglandDate: 17/12/2014Slip-shoddy!The show was billed as Enter Shikari’s big Christmas party, but in the end turned out to be anything but a celebration.On entry to the venue the staff seemed surprised by the number of people entering in pairs, seemingly forgetting the existence of ‘admit two’ tickets. Fans in the merchandise area were treated to rock and metal classics over the PA system, which was appropriate considering the nature of the bands that they were about to see. Instead the people next to the stage were treated to what sounded like background music from an Alien video game tie-in, played at a barely audible level.The first five minutes of the Allusondrugs set were plagued by technical issues, yet the crowd never lost interest thanks to the hilarious patter of frontman Jason Moules. Their set is an entertaining 90s throwback in the best possible way, with thei
My Favourite Video Games - A Countdown!I make a lot of video game fan-art and it got me wondering which games I like the most. I've wanted to write this list for a while, but I wanted to be clear on which video games were my favourite first.24. Street Fighter X Tekken (PS3/XBOX360/PC)This game successfully combined the characters from the Street Fighter and Tekken universes. The gameplay mechanics from Street Fighter were altered in such a way that they were made appealing to Tekken fans as well as Street Fighter fans. The special moves were also made much simpler to pull off compared to the normal Street Fighter games, and this made me enjoy the game so much more.23. Tekken Tag Tournament 2 (PS3/XBOX360)I’ve played all of the Tekken games since I was a little kid and this is my favourite. The graphics and character models are fantastic, as is the gameplay. The story element is weak compared to other Tekken games (such as Tekken 4) providing only a short cutscene for each character when the pl