We’ve hit the one year mark! And just to prove that my ideas for this blog are endlessly fruitful, here’s one for the ages, a killer post destined for the “cherry-picked” pile: gamers as fruit! Are you getting your five a day…?
Thought Very Very Gaming’s gaming schedule was light? Think again. Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 1995 has come to an end and now Very Very Gaming’s upcoming game library is jam-packed. There are huge AAA exclusives, amazing indies, and everything between coming to our (read: my) consoles on the horizon. If this list pans out, 2015 will be an insane year for Very Very Gaming’s newest game machine, the Wii. Multiple console exclusives join a slew of third-party offerings to give us plenty of reasons to not regret the tens of thousands of British pounds I dropped on the system. Bargain!
The only hard part now is choosing which games to get immediately (Cho Aniki: Kyuukyoku Muteki Ginga Saikyou Otoko, Carnival Games, Imagine Party Babyz) and which games can wait (Resident Evil 4: Wii Edition, Super Mario Galaxy 1 & 2)… and once you’ve scrolled through all 2,014 Must-Buy Games in 2015, you’ll understand why I wrote this wishlist detailing 2,014 Must-Buy Games in 2015 (calling all search engines!!). Continue reading
Hi there. Welcome to Very Very Gaming! This blog is sponsored by NerdyCrap. In this series of posts I’m going to talk about storage space and videogames, bringing you all the top tips on running a gamer-friendly household on a budget. In this week’s post, I’m going to show you how to free up valuable shelf space without spending a penny. Come on then, let’s get a move on!
Now, if your partner is a bit bookish, an old-school music nut or a knick-knack collector (I’m really sorry), you might have competition for shelving space in your home. Here’s a great tip you can use. Build yourself some DIY shelves, then offer them to your partner and label it a “present”. With any luck, they’ll be wracked with enough guilt that they’ll actually use the inevitably hideous creation, leaving you with precious shelf space to use for videogames, or whatever your shelf-hogging hobby may be. Later in this post, I’ll show you how to build your own unstable edifice out of a cardboard box. Continue reading