Football Manager 2018: The Man Utd “Challenge” Part 3

Welcome back to the Man Utd challenge we are in October now and this month we have some big games including the Manchester derby in the league as well as Liverpool in the Carabao cup. At the end of the last part I said I wanted 6 points from our 3 league games and 6 points from our 2 Champions League games so hopefully, we can meet those targets. Continue reading

Football Manager 2018: The Man Utd “Challenge” Part 2

Welcome back to the Man Utd “challenge” today will go through September but before we start there are some things I forgot to mention in part 1. Continue reading

Football Manager 2018: The Man Utd “Challenge”

It’s that time again, Football Manager has been released and like last year my first save will be with the club I support, Man Utd. Unlike last year, however, I will actually play the save longer than a couple of in game months.  Continue reading

The Price of Beer – A Skyrim Comparison

Beer is expensive. Well not crazy expensive, but having lived near and around London most of my life I didn’t know beer could be an affordable beverage until I moved to the northern wildlands – which helped with university life. Now there are slight regional variations, such as pub in London being much more likely to be serving up some Camden brewed pale-ale (like this, which is pretty good), whilst a pub in North Yorkshire will be more likely to offer up a local amber-ale or something, which vary in quality but are cheap so this has my seal of approval. Continue reading

Five FIFA Career Mode Challenges to Make the Game Less Boring – 2018 Edition

Whilst I decided this would be the year I stopped handing EA money for a product that I stopped feeling deserved it, and instead made the jump to PES (I will justify this someday), I feel an obligation to many of you who still come to the blog for my recommendations for teams that make FIFA 17 less boring. So having got a handle of how the season is panning out across Europe we will go through some options to potentially make your FIFA career mode a little less dull – because let’s face it… it’s not much different than last years, unfortunately. Continue reading

Call of Duty: World War 2 – Me? Buy? Why?

I am considering buying Call of Duty: World at War, there I said it. I have not bought a Call of Duty game since Call of Duty Modern Warfare 3. That’s 6 years of Call of Duty abstinence and it has barely felt like a day. That isn’t some proud statement about the passage of time, it’s more of an indictment of just how little the later series entries have tempted me. And to be honest, I mostly bought Modern Warfare 3 and Black Ops through chasing a feeling, the feeling that Modern Warfare, World at War and to some extent Modern Warfare 2. Continue reading

A Few Games You Can Play Right Now… If You Want…

We’ve all been there. Nothing to do all day, a look through your steam library reveals nothing of too much interest despite the huge amount of unplayed titles, you walk over to your multiple consoles, have a look what has actually been installed and is immediately playable and nope… nothing you actually want to play. Continue reading