Welcome back to another episode of the JoypadAndMe podcast. The show that brings you gaming news and opinions in it’s own special way. In this episode our usual hosts, Graham, […]
Before From Software rose to prominence with modern-day critical marvels Dark Souls II and Bloodborne, they first conceived and pioneered the Armored Core series back in the fifth generation of […]
Welcome back to the JoypadAndMe podcast. Join our regular hosts, Graham, Connor and Gareth as the talk video games, tangents, mild insanity and more. In this episode the team decide […]
Time really does fly when you’re having fun and looking good. It’s hard to believe it’s been just over two years since Connor started writing about Gaming Apparel as This […]
The 3rd through to the 6th of February saw Ubisoft launch their closed beta to selected gamers of their upcoming open world tactical shooter. The next installment of the Tom Clancy franchise, Ghost Recon Wildlands. A game I’ve personally been looking forward to getting my hands on. Would it live up to expectations? I jumped in to find out.
As many of you that listen to the podcast or have spent time gaming with me will know that our very own Jedi Junkie otherwise known as Graham is an avid driving game fan. The obsession goes way back to the beginning of his gaming life.
There’s a growing trend in the game collecting genre to keep games in their sealed state. Keeping them boxed and wrapped in plastic, never to see the light of day or more importantly, the cartridge slot or disk tray of their intended console. As a video game collector I find this one step too far. Set the games free and let them do what they were intended for, to be played.
As another Game Boy Game developed under the watchful eye of the late great Gunpei Yokoi at Nintendo R&D1, Super Mario Land 2 is, in many ways, a massive improvement […]
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