“People like Ash to be fun, they like blazing guitars and big melodies. We wanted to give people what they want” – hmv.com talks to Ash
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One of the highest rated movies in recent years finally comes to DVD, with a bevy of Academy Awards under its arm. Worth it for the performance of Michael Keaton alone, although everyone is on top form throughout.
From Hidetaka Miyazaki and FromSoftware – creators of the legendary action role-playing games Demon's Souls, Dark Souls and Dark Souls II – comes Bloodborne, an all-new, action-packed RPG brimming with unforgiving, unrelenting terror, developed exclusively for PlayStation 4.
Delivering an all-new canvas for the best-in-class first person action gameplay the Battlefield franchise is known for, Battlefield Hardline sees Visceral Games bring its critically-acclaimed single player storytelling pedigree to provide an engaging story in a setting reminiscent of modern TV crime dramas.
The latest edition of the classic survivor horror franchise updates the chills and scares from the original series to Next Gen consoles and the result is one of 2015's most enthralling video game experiences.
From the company that brought the world Dead Island comes Dying Light. The former was a game about an island overun by the undead and this game is... well, it's a game about a city overun by the undead. But Techland certainly proved its chops with zombies in the first game and has done a lot to set this one apart. One of 2015's most terrifing, white knuckle, immersive video game experiences. We don't recommend playing this one with the lights off.