Updated Netbook Guide for Football Manager 2010 is here! While I’m away from home, I’ve been looking for something to play on my NC10 that’s reasonably absorbing. I decided on Football Manager 2009, and set about getting it installed.
Today we got home from an exam and had to move some boxes. After that, we were a bit tired out, so we made a milkshake of epic proportions.
Remember earlier this week, when I shared a remix of the L4D2 “The Parish” poster, pointing out the subtle similarities between the new survivors and certain characters from TF2? Well, I’ve found another one; I like it rather more.
To celebrate my recent move from WordPress.com to external hosting (cheers, Josh) I’ve done a bit of a reskin. The new one is called Arras, and I quite like it. I am still trying to make it more obvious how the front page is divided (if you’re wondering it’s news at the top, reviews below, […]
The MERC Stealth, produced by Ideazon, is the latest in its line of gaming keyboards that started with the Z-Board in 2004. This keyboard brings a lot to the table, boasting dedicated gaming keys, backlighting, multimedia controls, and built-in USB and headset ports. It’s available for around £50 or $75. Loved Solid Construction: This keyboard […]
Over the last few days, more details have emerged supporting my information that the Scout from TF2 will appear in L4D2 as an unlockable survivor.
Valve just unveiled Left 4 Dead 2 at Microsoft’s E3 press conference. The game is coming out November 17th, and looks to feature melee weapons, new boss zombies, survivors, environments, and an upgrade to the AI Director. I’ve just received word from a source close to the Valve team that they are looking to put […]
Relic/THQ has just announced it is developing a console action RPG in the Warhammer 40k, to be released next year on PS3 and Xbox 360. The game looks to be in the same third-person over-the-shoulder style of God of War. Like Dawn of War 2, it’ll also feature quite a few RPG elements like upgradeable […]