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Video games are all about failure, but none more so than ‘Hades’

Supergiant Games’ roguelike has a unique approach to nurturing persistence

66 killer songs for your Halloween playlist

A frighteningly good set of super spooky tunes to fulfil all your Halloween listening needs

Jamaica’s massive contribution to modern pop in 10 classic records

We pay tribute to the small island that's had a big impact on the world of contemporary music

From Paul McCartney to Smashing Pumpkins, 2020 is crying out for sequel albums

'McCartney III' is due to arrive in December, while a 33-track follow-up to 'Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness' is in the works. Praise be!

‘Summer of 85’: why you need to see the best teen drama of the autumn

Star Félix Lefebvre and director François Ozon discuss this year’s most poignant and nostalgic love story

Why I’m grateful to David Byrne for forging connections with fans when it’s needed most

In praise of the Talking Heads’ frontman’s 'American Utopia' concert film

Jagshemash! Borat’s Rudy Giuliani sting proves we need him now more than ever

The impact of Sacha Baron Cohen's new film shows the power of big-screen satire

When did Netflix become the bad guy? Making sense of the streamer’s brutal content strategy

'Away', 'GLOW' and 'Teenage Bounty Hunters' are just a few of the shows axed this year

Video games about real world crimes are a step too far

True crime might be fine for podcasts or documentaries, but not video games

There’s something sadly soulless about video game digitalisation

There’s a downside to the digital revolution, despite the convenience
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