Monthly Archives: May 2014

Goat Simulator for PC

Posted on May 29, 2014 at 5:34 pm

Goat simulator went viral before it was released and a YouTube video of a gamer playing the game has gained a significant amount of views, and it’s a game that many people may choose to buy for their PCs. As the name suggests the game is essentially a goat simulator.

You control a goat and you can cause hilarious chaos for civilians. You earn points by destroying stuff and it’s an open world adventure so anything goes. You can be the goat that takes the town by storm and while there’s not exactly a storyline or a plot to the game, it is incredibly fun.

The game is priced at the bargain cost of £7.99 and it will have you laughing from start to finish. If you’ve always wondered what it will be like to be goats for a day then take on the town with Goat Simulator, you won’t regret it.

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The Importance of a Comfy Gaming Chair

Posted on May 25, 2014 at 4:24 pm

If you’re a serious gamer then everything becomes important, including the chair. If you play for hours on end then you have to be comfy and a gaming chair is designed to accommodate your needs, even if you’re playing for hours.

You can now buy gamer chairs with speakers built in, massagers and more. The options are limitless but the simple solutions can work just as well. For instance, beanbag chairs mould to the shape of your body and you can sit in different positions.

Straight forward arm chairs can keep your back nice and straight but you may become tired of this position and a chair that alters can always be beneficial. Gaming chairs can be unique and you may only want to buy one of you really are a serious gamer, but more people play video games for longer and if this sound like you then it’s important to be comfortable.

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No Major Change in Prices for Next Gen Consoles

Posted on May 25, 2014 at 4:13 pm

The prices for next gen consoles have been talked about before they were introduced, but not a great deal has changed. After Christmas there was a slight dip in prices for the consoles but both consoles are available at around £349.00.

The price has remained strong ever since, and this means that it is more difficult than ever to compare between the two. Bundle prices can vary significantly but this all depend on the game included in the bundle. There is a FIFA bundle that’s coming down in price and that’s because we’re just several months away from the next FIFA release.

The Xbox One and the Playstation 4 both have large audiences but with the prices now evened out it will be interesting to see which console takes the lead. So far it’s looking like the Playstation 4 has more users.

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