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Banjo-Kazooie Review

*Review based on Banjo-Kazooie’s release as part of Rare Replay*

In the wake of Super Mario 64 came a new kind of platformer. Differing from the 2D sidescrollers of the past and earlier, more linear 3D platformers such as Crash Bandicoot, Super Mario 64 ushered in a more open-world style for the genre, one that had a greater focus on collecting specific key items at the player’s own leisure,  as opposed to simply making it to the end of a stage. 1,207 more words

Video Games

The Diana shrine: 20 years ago

Almost 20 years ago, I saw London’s largest shrine. It was outside Kensington Palace a week after the death of Princess Diana. It was one of the strangest sights I’ve ever seen in London, an doubtedly historic moment that made me feel completely alienated from the city around me. 595 more words

London

Last Cat On Mars Presents: The Mumbo's On Us, Jumbo

Did you know that alleyways really are quite the thing nowadays? Even here on Mars. They are. Formerly places my old friend, Top Cat, and his pals called home, they’ve been given the fad-on-a-stick treatment and prospered mightily. 87 more words

Lego

Dennis Wheatley - Gateway To Hell

Dennis Wheatley – Gateway To Hell (Hutchinson, 1970: Arrow, 1972, 1974, etc. This edition, June 1974)

Blurb:

The Duke de Richleau and his friends had faced many dangers in Russia, Spain and Nazi Germany. 59 more words

Vault Of Evil

Mumbo Jumbo

When I was in elementary school many, many years ago, there was a daily morning ritual. We’d stand up, put our hands over our hearts, and recite the Pledge of Allegience. 336 more words

Blogging

Ciara Slides Down The Great Wall Of China With 3-Month-Old Daughter

Looks like Ciara, husband Russell Wilson, son Future Zahir and baby Sienna Princess had a vacation of a lifetime.

The family traveled to China and had a ton of Instagram-worthy vacay pics. 244 more words

Celebs

Management theory - just mumbo jumbo?

I am writing here after a really long time. During one of my train journeys between Chennai and Bangalore last weekend, I happened to re-read this article that I had saved for later reading on my mobile device – this appeared on The Economist six months back ( 676 more words

Entrepreneurship And Startups