Just a quick little post to let people know that BestNerdLife is now on YouTube!
First off, I want to say thanks to Skylar-Mei and WesleyWhale for nominating me for a Sunshine Blogger Award! It’s always a lovely surprise to be nominated for a blogger award, and a great way to interact with the blogging community.
As with many big-name properties, merchandising is soon to follow initial success. Clothing, accessories, toys, collectable items, and, if they are very, very lucky – trading cards. And Fortnight is one such lucky property.
I, like many other people, enjoy a damn good bargain. The Chino supermarkets that litter the Costa Blanca in Spain host an absurdly high amount of dodgy stuff. One example of these knockoff items are Pokémon trading cards.
With the gaming industry slowing becoming obsessed with digital only products, retro game collecting might become a distant memory of the past. Until that time though, events like the Video Game Market will continue to thrive! Find out how I spent my time there in this new post!
Here’s some fantastic news for the videogame nerds of Sheffield! After three years of being situated on Carlton St in Nottingham, the National Videogame Arcade will be moving to Sheffield after the end of its busy Summer schedule.
Obviously, the people at The Village Green Events Co. thought that The Descent wasn’t scary enough, as they decided to host a screening of this film in the Peak Cavern (lovingly referred to as The Devil’s Arse by us locals) in Castleton!
Now that the dust has settled on E3, we can really start thinking towards the bright and shiny future. Take a look at my top 10 most anticipated games from E3 2018!
Some E3 press conferences are inevitably destined to be better than others. In this blog post, i’ve decided to rank all the major E3 press conferences from 2018.
With so many garbage free-to-play games in the Steam Library, it can be a challenge to find something that’s fun to play. Luckily, i’ve compiled a list of 5 games that are both entertaining and completely free!