Paris Games Week – Sony Conference

A little late getting the round up of news from Paris Games Week, as I had the unfortunate timing of a dentist appointment midway through the conference. I was keeping up to date with comments sat in the waiting room getting more hyped with the news I was reading with regards to new trailers for…

Geekly Review #206

It’s been a pretty busy and geeky week. Here’s a roundup of what we’ve been up to. Thor Ragnarok As is always the case with Marvel films, I saw the latest chapter in the cinematic universe as soon as I could. Unfortunately it wasn’t a midnight showing, but I still did see the film on…

Cortex Challenge 2 Review

Cortex the brain training, mind tricking, maths doing game is back with new challenges for you to complete and compete with up to 6 players! Cortex Challenge 2 introduces eight new challenge types to test your reaction time, your maths and your keen eye for spotting oddities! Presented in a lovely box perfect for fitting…

Geekly Review #205

Another week closer to Christmas and we’re into full swing of silly season for video game releases. Here’s what we’ve been up to the last week. Stranger Things So, I’m very late to the party on this occasion. On Friday evening rather than settling down to watch another scary film, I opted to watch Stranger…

Path of Fire – Distractions…

Hello, and welcome to my Noobs adventure and ongoing review of Guild Wars 2: Path of Fire. Please don’t laugh at my lack of ability. When I last left off I’d just reached the gates of Amnoon and was ready to start exploring the desert sands to see what foes I could vanquish, what loot I could…

Geekly Review #204

We’re over half way through ‘Spooky’ Month, and I’m still going strong with the 31 Days of Horror. I started a new job last week at the Ministry of Defence, so my Geek Time has taken a rather large hit as of late. That said, here’s what we’ve been up to the last week. 31…

Codenames Duet Review

Codenames has been very successful since its release and is a regular party game at many tables. It’s easy to see why; it’s simple to pick up, involves lots of people and is a lot of fun. But with multiple iterations already available, do we really need another version? The short answer is yes, and…