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Jaz

Jaz loves playing games. She loves them so much that she couldn’t think of anything else to write in her bio. Seriously, this is half an hour’s worth of writing.

Hopefully she doesn’t get mind blanks like this when writing reviews because that’s basically her whole job here.

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I’m going to be a little controversial and say that I like Ghost Recon: Breakpoint. You’ve probably seen a lot of reviews saying it’s bad. It&...

Hello! It’s the Pretty Much Weekly and I, Jaz, return victorious from a mighty battle against the germs. Special thanks to Di who took up the Weekly helm ...

I didn’t think I was going to like this. I was prepared to endure a movie that was going to shove it’s admittedly good moral down my throat. I wasn&...

Another month another top five most-searched-for-games list! Our friends over at PriceSpy tell us that Assassin’s Creed: Odyssey on the PS4 has claimed th...

Hello and welcome to the Pretty Much Weekly! This week, a few big things happened! Monday was American Television’s night, with awards being thrown everyw...

Welcome back to the Pretty Much Weekly, you’re weekly digest of entertainment news! This week, a couple of new consoles were released, Brad Pitt went to N...

I’m not quite sure what to give Dora and the Lost City of Gold. I feel very comfortable giving this a six, but almost everyone I’ve talked to found ...

Funny story: when I saw the poster for this film, I wasn’t too interested in seeing Abominable. Even knowing it was made by the same people who did the am...

Welcome to your weekly dose of entertainment news! In today’s Pretty Much Weekly, we’ve got an awesome crossover between Māori culture and the beaut...

Erica is the kind of game I don’t like playing alone. It’s probably best suited to be played by yourself, but I know my wussy ass wouldn’t be ...

Usually I try to get a good balance of news from the different corners of entertainment: movies, TV, games, and collectibles. But this week is unashamedly all a...

Yes, this is a thing. And it’s a second thing, on top of that. But heed my words, do not judge this film by its predecessor. It is by far a greater film. ...

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