Games With Gold August 2017

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Again, I completely missed the announcement of these titles (and I apparently missed the July announcement completely too) bloody hell! I gotta follow Major Nelson to see when these bad boys get announced (if anyone can help me out on this please tell me in the comments).

Remember to download the free games before July ends (‘Grow Up’, ‘Runbow’, ‘Lego Pirates of the Caribbean’ and ‘Kane & Lynch 2: Dog Days’). but out with the old and in with the new; here’s what will come free with your Xbox Live subscription in August!

It’s a good month all round!
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PlayStation Plus Games August 2017

PS-Plus-giugnoIt’s that day again; the last Wednesday of the month (again) – which means that Sony announce the games that we’ll get for free as part of our PlayStation Plus subscriptions. And it is a bit of a humdinger (at least for PlayStation 4 owners) with a good selection of AAA games.

Here they are though; the games you’ll be getting on PlayStation Plus August 2017…

…’That’s You’ is still available as a bonus title until October. Continue reading

The Last Guardian Thoughts

… Dog-Beasts Are A Mans Best Friend.

Trico and me

I am back! I know I said it last time, but life has been so hectic this summer! I thought it would have giving me more time to dedicate to the blog but instead it has been a giant vacuum sucking up all my free time! I whole-heartedly apologise! Now that is over with, I want to discuss my experience with The Last Guardian. Of course expect spoilers so if you still haven’t played it – I recommend you turn away from this article and go and do so! You have been warned! Continue reading

Nintendo have done it again! 

SNES-Classic.pngLast year we saw the release of the NES mini; a plug and play console that contained 30 games that were perfectly emulated and had that Nintendo ‘magic’; that je ne c’est quoi that make people lose their minds and “have” to own it.

What happened will go down in legend, like the Buzz Lightyear farce of ’93, Nintendo completely underestimated demand and the thing sold out as it touched down on shop floors leading to extreme stock shortages. It caused out-roar on the internet as people struggled to secure their console and those who were interested in it (including me) could never hope to acquire one without giving in the outrageous prices scalpers were asking.   Continue reading