Many of us have spent real money on virtual items in games, whether it be extra pokeballs in Pokemon Go or gems to help us level up in Clash of Clans. While some of us are happy to spend money on these items, others may see it as spending money on nothing. After all, you can’t hold a virtual sword that you’ve bought in a game. What have you really bought with your money?
There are times when having it can be beneficial to have a bootable USB drive for Mac because it is great to back up at all times. Why you may want to do this and how to do it are easy and important. Whether you’re playing The Longing or Portal, you can always play via a USB
The world of gaming is tremendously vast and exciting these days, with a title out there for just about any preference and budget.
While many think of the biggest-selling games of each year such as your licensed sports games and the latest FPS, there are so many developers out there who have put their own unique spin on the common and established tropes of big-hit titles. This isn’t to say that these games are knockoffs – such a view couldn’t be further from the truth – as they actually expand what it means to be a game of that genre.
So, let’s dig into some of the tremendous releases which have toyed with the themes, tropes, and genres already established across gaming
Few PC fans have escaped the addictive excitement of the Age of Empires series. Some joined the hype in the 1990s with the launch of the first game, which literally forced you to build a civilization from nothing back in the stone age, while others were immersed in the Age of Mythology spin-off that showed the true power of the gods. With Age of Empires being remastered and there being a whole Microsoft studio devoted to Age of Empires, can we expect more from Age of Mythology?
Find out what the best video games of 2018 were and what platforms they are available on in our end of year gaming round-up. Only the top titles make our list
Who could have predicted that a small company named Timely Comics, founded in 1939, would go on to not only dominate the comic book market, but other forms of entertainment as well. Timely Comics became known as Atlus Comics during the fifties before adopting the Marvel moniker in the sixties. Of course, today, Marvel Entertainment is owned by The Walt Disney Company and many of their iconic characters are arguable even more popular than ever before
If you would like to sample a large variety of candy, then Sushi Candy will enable you to sample the sweet taste of Japan. You can choose between box sizes that range from 10 pieces to 30 pieces and have them delivered for free to anywhere in the world. The contents of these boxes change every month, but one thing is for sure, you’ll find them packed with delicious and unique candy. We got our hands on the 20 piece Dagashi subscription box, so check out what was tucked away inside
Do you have a sweet tooth and would like to treat your taste-buds to some delicious Japanese candy, snacks and drinks? If so, you are not going to want to miss out on Oyatsubox. It is a monthly subscription box from OyatsuCafe and, since they supply some of the leading supermarkets in the U.S and U.K with Japanese snack supplies straight from Japan, they know a thing or two about tasty treats. Oyatsubox is their premium treats box and comes with an assortment of between ten and 14 premium snacks as well as a Japanese Capsule Toy. Inside each box you’ll also find a postcard with details about all the items that are included for the month. We tucked into the Oyatsubox for November this month, so check out our thoughts below
Kawaii Box is a subscription box featuring 10-12 hand-picked items from Japan and Korea. As the name suggests, all the items in the box are selected to be as kawaii (cute) as possible. All of the items in the box are kept secret, so it makes for a great monthly surprise if you love all things cute. One of the things that we really love about the Kawaii Box, apart from the cute content, is the fact that shipping is absolutely free. International shipping can really inflate the price of some subscription boxes, but Kawaii Box offers free shipping to anywhere on the planet. The price is also very reasonable with a one and three month plan that starts at $19.80 per month, 6 month plan at $18.80 per month and a one year plan at 17.90 per month