Nicholas Munro

Contributing Editor

Nicholas Munro is a contributing editor to TechGeek. A sci-fi lover and an avid gamer, he contributes to Pwnage and the Geek section of the site.

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TECHGEEK Weekly 113: The End is Nigh!

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This week on (not) TECHGEEK Weekly, we discuss ATAR scores given that they are out today, some tips to help you get through your first year in Uni, Mayan prophecies and Berlusconi, and even talk about the quality of debate on the internet. Yes, its a whole smorgasbord of topics, but it’s another hour or so of That Other Show When Everyone is Away Show. Returning this week is Mark [...]

TECHGEEK Weekly 96: Now For Something Completely Different…

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This week’s edition of TECHGEEK Weekly is, well, different. Yes, with Stewart, Tom and Chris not around; Terence brings two of his friends – Nicholas and Mark – to do an episode. Except, we’re not talking tech. So what will you hear? We talk about the Higgs Boson, the Frankenstein play that was recently on at the Cinema Nova directed by Danny Boyle, and why you shouldn’t put logic into Pokemon [...]

REVIEW: Assassin’s Creed Revelations

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The latest game in the Assassin’s Creed series – Revelations – is here. Featuring all three major characters from the earlier games of the series – Ezio, Altair and Desmond. However, does it better its predecessors or does it fall flat? As well, as it is the last game to play as Ezio, does this serve as a fitting farewell? Nicholas Munro reviews Assassin’s Creed: Revelations, which is after the [...]

PREVIEW: Mass Effect 3 will be “enthralling”

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Mass Effect 3, although delayed to March 2012, will arrive two years after the release of its predecessor. And of course, expectations are high for the final instalment of the series. The delay can be seen as a godsend to improve faults, or a way to piss off fans. And while you’ll have to wait longer, here’s a little preview what you can expect, and what we hope to be [...]

PREVIEW – Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

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The newest instalment in the Elder Scrolls franchise Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim is shaping up to be fantastic addition to the series. With its release quickly approaching – in early November - more and more is being revealed about this long-awaited sequel. Skyrim is set to build further on the already deep mythology of the series and set in two hundred years after the events of the previous game, Oblivion. Based [...]