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And just like that, 2014 was over. It feels as though no sooner were we all singing Auld Langs Syne and ush­er­ing in the birth of the new year, than it was all over and we found our­selves gear­ing up to do it all over again for a brand new twelve months. It’s enough to make you feel old, this time stuff! So with the year that was now firmly be­hind us, what bet­ter way to re­mem­ber it than with a quick re­cap of how it all un­folded. Over the next half dozen pages we’ll be chron­i­cling all the ma­jor events of 2014 in the movie, gaming and tech­nol­ogy worlds, high­light­ing some of the ma­jor an­nounce­ments, re­leases and mis­steps that punc­tu­ated what was, as they go, a pretty good year all round. Sure, there may have been a few too many re­makes and se­quels on the movie and gaming front, but there were still plenty of great orig­i­nals to make up for it, while con­sumer tech­nol­ogy con­tin­ues to go from strength to strength, with technophiles now hav­ing more choice than ever - and, in many cases, much more com­pet­i­tive pric­ing than we’ve seen for a long time as on­line com­merce con­tin­ues to go head to head with tra­di­tional brick and mor­tar com­peti­tors in a bat­tle for our wallets. Ar­guably the most ex­cit­ing thing, though, is that 2015 prom­ises to be even bet­ter, with the PlaySta­tion 4 and Xbox One fi­nally start­ing to re­ally hit their stride, some in­cred­i­ble new smart­phones and tablets on the hori­zon, and some awe­some block­buster movies just around the cor­ner. But be­fore all that starts rolling in, let’s take one last look back at the year that was, and send 2014 off with the cel­e­bra­tion it so def­i­nitely de­serves…

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