Been a while since we’ve discussed free iPhone games. I’ve collected plenty over the months, but the two we’ll talk about today are my most recent short-lived addictions. Continue reading Free For the iPhone #7
Maskforsale is a vendor on Etsy, and the craftsmanship needs to be shouted from the rooftops. Continue reading Online Store Review: Maskforsale on Etsy
Everything from the scrupulous presentation to the practice drills of MyCareer mode displays attention and the care that only comes from people that get whisked away in dreams of playing in the NBA – and that makes it doubly easy that you do the same.
If you’ve been around enough to have read my first review for Gamer Heaven which was published back in 2014, you already know that I simply stated facts about how awful their customer service was, and how I thought that company was a mere scam. Well, some months ago, AIrwave Apparel Ltd bought Gamer Heaven from former owners Crazy4ltd, and I got contacted by the new administrators asking me to give the store a new chance now that they had taken over. Below you can find my experience with the story under AIrwave Apparel Ltd. (I’m not misspelling the first word, though, just using the name as it is shown in the emails I got).
You know that feeling when you are just scrolling down your Facebook feed and one of those store ads catch your attention? I know, it is hard for one of those ads to actually have that effect, but from time to time you do find something rather unique around that sea of randomness that is social media. That’s basically how I found about Gear Bubba, and I decided to give it a shot.
Christmas has come one day early! December’s Loot Crate arrived at my doorstep today, and the contents are pretty out of this world…literally. December’s theme is “Galaxy,” and it features loot from “Star Wars,” Halo, and more. Let’s begin the unboxing!
Kickstarter and I have always had a funny relationship. I appreciate what it can do for the little guys and I’ve seen it do some great things, but I’ve also seen it go horribly wrong. Projects that lie to their backers, projects that come oh so close to funding and fail, and sadly many projects that are met with so much initial success that their creators overstretch, offering too many rewards to be sustainable and eventually collapsing under their own weight. Needless to say, when one of the rare projects I do back successfully funds AND makes it way to my door it’s always cause for excitement. I got one such project just a few days ago, one I had been eagerly awaiting for about two-and-a-half years; High Heavens, a tactical board game where the Greek and Norse pantheon of gods duke it out for followers and glory (or boredom maybe, who knows how a gods mind works?) Continue reading High Heavens Unboxing and Review
Activision has finally released the reveal trailer for the upcoming new entry in the ultra-successful Call of Duty franchise, titled Call of Duty: Black Ops 3.