Monthly Archives: November 2012

Up for a lengthy read?

In case you have been wondering how my University life has been going here is a rare insight into the work I have been doing! The following is a 3-man group effort, myself included, in explaining “medieval popular culture” and its’ relationship to aspects of life during the period. It was intended as a trial […]

“**** Yea” Moments in Gaming

If you’re a gamer, especially one who indulges in multiplayer games then odds are you’ve experienced a “Fuck Yea” moment every now and then. For an event to qualify as a “Fuck Yea” moment it has to be something that you have done in-game either online or offline that has engrossed you so much in […]

My “OMGWTF” Moments in Gaming

It’s taken a lot for me to actually stop and say “What the ****!?” at something I have seen in a game. It can be either something in the plot or in the mechanics, something that still makes me pause the game and just stare in disbelief at what I have just seen. Here are […]

Goal of the Year – Zlatan Ibrahimovic

If these links no longer work it is because UEFA have taken them down due to copyright. Words absolutely fail me… wow… just… wow.

Marvel Movie Universe: Doctor Strange

Stan Lee: Doctor Strange and Black Panther movies ARE in development. MARVEL and their cinematic universe just keeps getting bigger and bigger. Not only have we got Iron Man 3, Captain America: Winter Soldier, Thor: The Dark World, Guardians of the Galaxy, and Ant-Man on the way but now we have Doctor Strange confirmed by […]

If – An reflective response to SHIT that happens in family politics

If – An reflective response to SHIT that happens in family politics.

Game Review: Assassin’s Creed 3

Game Review: Assassin’s Creed 3 Developer: UbiSoft Platform: Xbox360 & PlayStation 3 In Stores Now After three successful titles developers Ubisoft have finally honourably discharged the most famous Italian in gaming since Mario, Ezio Auditore has left the building! After some necessary prologue exposition Assassin’s Creed 3 picks up right where Revelations left off; with […]