Mall Culture, Reviews, Features & Nostalgia!

Now, my unending love for Shopping Malls does not cloud my vision from seeing that these are troubling times for some Shopping Centres out there, with the combination of online retail, rival Mall proximity and people becoming generally less sociable taking chunks out of the footfall in vulnerable Ma...

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For as long as I can remember, simulation games were always a big deal on the PC. From ‘Sim City’ to ‘Theme Park' to ‘the Sims’, they have been a staple genre, full of fun games which allowed you to release your inner captain of industry. Now, I already know that you love a good Shopping M...

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Yes, the title is as long and convoluted as the game’s storyline - we would expect nothing less from a classic Atlus Japanese roleplaying game. Tokyo based Atlus, now owned by Sega, has been around since the late eighties and has become royalty in the gaming world - they consistently release games...

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Hop into the time machine and set your mind all the way back to 2010 - Kesha was beginning what was sure to be a long and dazzling career with ‘Tik Tok’, and the country-western equivalent of novocaine, Lady Antebellum, were warbling about how they needed me now. The horrendously depressing Toy...

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Ever since film legend George Romero made the classic Dawn of the Dead back in 1978, it has become almost impossible to separate Malls and Zombies in popular culture; this is especially the case in the video game world. In the spirit of this (un)holy union comes the classic 2007 ‘Monster Madness...

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If we weren’t crazy Mall fans, the thing that would excite us the most about Activision’s upcoming downloadable content for the latest iteration in the 15 year old ‘Call of Duty’ franchise ‘Infinite Warfare’, would be the zombie-filled ‘Beasts from Beyond’ expansion, set in an abando...

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LawBreakers is an awesome arena-style first-person shooter made by Boss Key and published by Nexon. It has just been released worldwide on PC and PS4, both as downloadable games with no physical copies, although those magnificent peeps over at Limited Run Games will soon be releasing a physical cop...

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Bart vs the Space Mutants on the Nintendo Entertainment System, released in 1991, is the first home-based video game set in the hugely successful Simpsons universe. A separate Simpsons arcade game was released in the same year across the World and is easily the greatest game in the Simpsons universe...

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Throughout my experiences growing up with Malls, video games have always played a major part. I remember spending hours playing games in the arcades, which every Mall worth their salt had in the 80s, 90s and early 00s. I would play Street Fighter II, Mortal Kombat, Daytona Racing, Hammerin' Harry €..

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We seem to be talking a lot about zombies lately; it seems difficult to separate them from Malls. So we may as well just get it out of our system now! Dead Rising has been released on multiple platforms, but first came out in 2006 on the Xbox 360. It has since then spawned several sequels, including...

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