Search Results for 'Action-adventure games'

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The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time; the greatest game of them all

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When one buys a video game nowadays, it is accepted as a given that the standard of story line will be equivalent to a motion picture with graphics as good as real life. Back in the nineties, this was not the case as games like the timeless Super Mario and Crash Bandicoot were bundles of fun but lacked any depth or story.

Far Cry 3: The game that made the series what it is today

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Far Cry 3 is a game about a guy called Jason who abandons his friends, carves bullets out of his arm with a stick and gets superpowers from tattoos. My favourite part about that sentence was that it was mostly true. The only part that wasn’t mostly true was the superpowers stuff but it's close.

Far Cry 4: lots and lots of fun

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When it comes to games, I like to know that I will get my money's worth in terms of gameplay time before purchasing. There is nothing worse than when you part with your hard earned cash and the game is completed within four hours of hitting the start button. Far Cry 4 provides gamers with plenty of challenges and enjoyment – 52 hours worth in my case.

Uncharted 4: A Thief's End - Nathan Drake's final adventure

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From the depths of Panamanian jail and the beauty of Scottish highlands to the colours of Madagascar and the mystic of Libertalia, Uncharted 4: A Thief's End takes the gamer on a wonderful adventure as Nathan (Nate) Drake finally calls it quits on his swashbuckling, treasure hunting, escapades.

Ring and Naughten launch €2 million crackdown on illegal dumpers

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The Minister for Rural and Community Development and TD for Mayo, Michael Ring TD, and the Minister for Communications, Climate Action and Environment, Denis Naughten TD today announced a €2 million crackdown on illegal dumpers.

Getting into Gear and Putting the Plot in

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Last week ‘s Gardenwise was about reconnecting with your garden after a long, cold and muddy winter and I hope you had a chance to do that and that a few rays of sunshine appeared to encourage you! We may still have the cold and the mud for a while yet but spring is drawing nearer with every week, and there are some jobs that are well worth doing around this time if you can manage it, so here are a few suggestions if you’re itching to get outside and get gardening. These will help freshen up the garden and hopefully the air and exercise will freshen up the gardener too!

'Being on the edge of Europe gives us a different perspective on the world'

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NUI Galway starts 2018 with a new president at the helm, Prof Ciarán Ó hÓgartaigh, who comes to the university after a seven-year stint as principal and dean of UCD College of Business, leading its schools in Dublin and its overseas programmes.

Gardaí unveil new approach in crackdown on driving offences

The Garda is varying its approach to checkpoints in a bid to crack down on motoring offences, it was revealed this week.

The Magic of The Movies - ICO at Christ Church

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The esteemed Irish Chamber Orchestra with Katherine Hunka (director/violin) and Dermot Dunne (accordion) celebrate The Magic of the Movies at Christ Church in Castlebar on Wednesday May 18 at 8pm, a concert in association with the Linenhall Arts Centre. 

Cinema review: Minions

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SEQUELS TO hit childrens movies rarely go well. There are a lot more Madagascar 2s than Toy Story 3s. The fact that, rather than going down the traditional path of a third Despicable Me, a spin off of the film's most popualr characters, the minions, was planned, this reviewer was surprised but pleased.

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