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.
One of video gaming’s most iconic characters is the super strong, super able, tough as the boots she wears, Lara Croft. Lara and more importantly her gaming franchise, Tomb Raider […]
The first of the console big guns has released today. Sony have launched their PlayStation 4 Pro console boasting more power, more graphical ability and more options for gamers than […]
Its that time of year once again where gamers from all around the world come together as one big community with a different kind of high score on their minds. […]
Hello and welcome to the 80th episode of the JoypadAndMe podcast. Yes our team are back once again to bring you all the gaming news, reviews, opinions and tangents that […]
UK gaming and cosplay fans its time for you to get ready to head to Blackpool for Replay Events Play Expo event in Blackpool. Mark the 2nd to the 4th of […]
In our continuing efforts to bring you new articles, reviews and opinions and much more besides, JoypadAndMe are constantly looking for new people to bring on board to help us […]