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The Galaxy Note 7 is Samsung's latest big-screen phone, with a new S Pen stylus and iris scanner.
Agent 47 returns to the scene of a franchise staple in the next chapter in Square Enix's episodic series.
Awkward allegory aside, Eidos Montreal's Human Revolution sequel is a game of the year contender.
Aperitivi, Puglian olive oil, kindly Italian servers, it could be such a great, little place.
We review the Rolls-Royce Dawn to find out if it really is more than a convertible version of the Wraith.
New temporary supermarket wine bar is an interesting idea but suffers from a somewhat flawed execution.
We live with the Roomba 980, a robotic vacuum cleaner which has come from the future to clean our house.
A handful of good performances can't overcome messy plotting, an obnoxious soundtrack and terrible villains.
Efron, Kendrick, DeVine and Plaza make up the perfect funny foursome in zany Jake Szymanski comedy.
IBTimes UK wanted to see if the smaller M car lived up to the legend set by its predecessors and found it did.
Jaume Collet-Serra's tense horror thriller honours the genre and creates something rather great.
Square Enix-published adventure inspired by Chrono Trigger is a frustrating but functional nostalgia trip.
As the state of US policing comes under increasingly intense scrutiny, Weappy's This Is The Police offers a disappointingly tame depiction
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A challenging hack-and-slash/bullet-hell hybrid that teeters on the brink of unfairness