I’ve a video arriving shortly with an incredibly interesting interview with Michael Horn, which I’ve put much attention into, its an important interview for me and I’m sure you’ll be impressed at how insightful and intelligent Michael is as well as the information which he has to offer being incredibly relevant to today. I’ve watched […]Read More Misc news: Updates, WII U sales, NX predictions, Weather and the tech baffled.
Gamevil have released their new card game for Android on the Google Play Store. This science fiction based collectable card game has a more adult slant than their previous success “Monster Warlord” and provides a more customizable experience for choosing your cards for battle. With Monster Warlord being one of Gamevil’s popular titles, there can […]Read More ANDROID: Steel Commanders – SciFi card battling!
I’ve discovered first hand the enthusiasm that Nintendo users/supporters/consumers have for their ecosystem and console. Maybe the greatest example of devotion was that on G+ where the merest suggestion that the WII U was lacking in spec’s was met with the age old “its the games”, “gameplay is more important” – both of which valid […]Read More Nintendo – Dropped the ball? The WII U fails the future proof test?
How things change over the years, what was once a phone is now a computer. Who would have thought that the migration from solid state media would be so rapid? When it was clear which way the wind was blowing where did the vocal writers disappear off to when the Android Market Place, Netflix and […]Read More Freemium – Unfair business model or unfit to be parents?
Continuing with my run of looking at Android titles, here’s a little gem which has been out for a while now. It seems prudent to give it a small review, firstly because its been given some considerable attention by my son and I, and also because there is a new add-on/adventure to be released which […]Read More Android: Monster Warlord
When talking about a multi-player on-line RPG, it’s hard not to draw comparison to World of Warcraft. WoW, the game and social experience is very much a benchmark for any other title of the same genre. WoW does have its critics and those that can be heard most loudly are those who write for the large mainstream outlets. […]Read More Android: Arcane Legends – World of Warcraft for Android?
Morrowind on the PC, a game that required a Skynet of specs but one which I hadn’t had so much enjoyment from since I played Elite 2 – Frontier. Years later, I bought Morrowind for the Xbox and the expansion packs – it was a great “open world” experience. Then came Oblivion, even bigger, even […]Read More First impressions: Elder Scrolls V – Skyrim (PS3)