Gamestop has decided it will no longer sell console bundles that include digital copies of games. Personally I think this is a great move for gamers and collectors, although I don’t think we were the core focus. This appears to be more of a business decision for protecting GameStop’s future.
With Christmas just around the corner it can be a tough time buying presents for all your friends and family. There’s mixed opinions about buying second-hand video games for others and a lot of people wonder; is it okay to give pre-owned games as gifts?
This year I attended my first gaming event – Play Expo 2014, hosted by Replay Events at EventCity in Manchester. It promised a huge variety of retro games/consoles, arcade units, indie developers, special guests, movie props, pinball tables and more! Did it deliver…?
On the weekend of August 16th, I decided to revisit my first ever arcade; a place I hadn’t visited in over 15 years! I was torn about whether it’s better to remember it as it was or take a trip down memory lane. I decided to bite the bullet and check it out. Here’s what I found…
As many of you who have been following me on Twitter and YouTube will know, I’m an avid retro gamer! My collection from childhood has given me some great gaming experiences, which I’ll be sharing on the blog and in my videos. Over the years I have unfortunately sold quite a few classics, but I’m on a quest to re-build and improve my retro video game library.
Anyone who enters a lottery knows that their chances of winning are small, sometimes seemingly ridiculously so. For instance, the odds of winning the Powerball lottery are 1 in 175 million! But there are always new winners being announced and as we all know, the results are random, so there’s nothing to stop you being in with a chance, is there?