Two days ago, Plants VS Zombies 2 became available for download on the Google Play Store (though South African users would need some savvy to find it). It’s been a long awaited game, and one that I awaited with trepidation, owing to EA Games taking over publishing.
Those of you interested in technology would have been aware of Microsoft’s big reveal of the next generation Xbox on 21 May. I was ready for it, loose slacks and suspicious bottle of sunscreen at the ready; sitting at my PC to watch the launch as streamed by the good people at IGN, and poised to stroke my loins with the veracity that MS was bound to excite in me.
I’m ashamed to admit it, but… I like this little tablet.
I’d like to start off by saying that I’m a long-suffering MUSE fan (note how I capitalise their entire name) and have been dying to get this album.
Hello again, and welcome to part two of my rather shoddy exposé on games you ought to buy yourself for Christmas (and fuck everyone else)
Geeks, gamers, LAN-enthusiasts, lend me your headsets.
Planet Earth is a wild place. It is beautiful, breathtaking, fascinating, terrifying, and awe-inspiring. All things on and in it, animal, mineral and vegetable, are part of the diverse milieu that makes it a huge privilege to be a part of, despite our individual insignificance in the greater cosmic scale of things.