We might not be much cop at sport, or wars, or... well, anything much internationally, but once we were good at Eurovision. And we can't quite let it go. Trevor reflects.
Sure it was brilliant, but James Dempsey notes that Rae Johnston's epic Bioshock smackdown was necessitated by a dark trend in gaming culture: misogyny.
Don't look now but we've recently developed a huge wedge of respect for the judges on The Voice. Here's why.
Are we so reluctant to talk about domestic abuse because we think it's a rare occurrence? One survivor shares her story... and what she's learned.
Ramp.ie loves doggies, and that's why we recommend raw pet food. Enter our doggy gallery competition to win a starter bag from Irish company Dogs First!
Adventure Time exists in that tiny, almost magical no man's land between child and adult appeal. How do they it?
Another veteran games developer gone. Niall looks back on what LucasArts did right and what it did wrong, and the legacy it left behind.
Legendary film critic Roger Ebert passed away yesterday. Philip takes us through why he was so special.
The Walking Dead's uneven third season shows improvement and glimpses of greatness, but ultimately succumbs to its old vices.
Yo reader, Paul's really happy for you, and he'sa let you finish but Kanye West would make the best Legend Wall brick of all time...
Lucy's been watching ITV2's The Big Reunion, and is enjoying it as the horribly guilty pleasure it is.
We have some grave news.