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Friday, July 21, 2017 - 12:07

On this week's show, Brendan and Spindles give reviews of War for the Planet of the Apes, Spiderman Homecoming, Baby Driver, iZombie and much, much more.

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Until next time, Take care and be excellent to each other.

Friday, July 21, 2017 - 09:58

Welcome back to The Wonky Gamer! Episode 28 Wikky wikky wha wha Wikky Wikky Wild West, In this episode, we will be discussing the Wild West Online (obviously), Assassins Creed leaks and we delve into console wars and end up agreeing for a change!

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Friday, July 7, 2017 - 10:25

Welcome back to another episode of NerdVsWorld. On this week's show, Brendan and Spindles mull over this year's season finalés, Spindles talks Twin Peaks The Return and much more.

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Thursday, July 6, 2017 - 11:09

Welcome back to The Wonky Gamer! Episode 27 Nobody expects the Imperial Special Forces, In this episode, we will be discussing project Scorpio, mario & rabbids rpg and overwatch milestones

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Monday, June 26, 2017 - 10:13

Only four months to go before the Chic Starship again touches down on UK soil on October 6 and 7 2017 at the O2 Academy in Sheffield with the biggest and brightest Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror Spectacular ever to grace the city. Some details have already been announced, and now it’s time to add to that, with a cavalcade of talent and excitement, all of which is waiting for the attendees of SFW IN THE CITY 2017!

There have already been announcements of the headline guests SYLVESTER McCOY (Saturday), JAMES COSMO (Saturday), NICK KELLINGTON (Sunday) and STANISLAV IANEVSKI (Sunday) … and now we can add to this three more top names:

JULIAN GLOVER’s film roles have included a wide range of iconic characters, including General Maximilian Veers in The Empire Strikes Back, the James Bond villain Aristotle Kristatos in For Your Eyes Only, Walter Donovan in Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, and Brian Harcourt-Smith in The Fourth Protocol. He also voiced the giant spider...

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Tuesday, June 13, 2017 - 19:13

I look forward to the UK Games Expo every year, it's one of the friendliest and most interesting conventions out there.  I love the build up, making a list of the games I'm looking forward to playing and the designers I'm looking forward to speaking to at the Press Previews.  Most of this comes from the emails I get sent in the weeks leading up to the Expo, and I try to get around everybody.  But one game stood out for me this year, and it was my first port of call on the Friday morning. That game was Temp Worker Assassins.  Designed by David Newton, with great artwork from Adam Bolton, Temp Worker Assassins is a wonderful hybrid deck building/worker placement game.

Set in Bureaucrat Castle, you have been hired to infiltrate and eliminate, over the course of a five day temporary contract, as many employees as possible.  To do this you need to make creative use of office stationery, using it to lethal effect to take out a variety of foes; from...

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Tuesday, June 13, 2017 - 10:13

Hello, welcome to Episode 81: A View to a Nerd; here’s a little bit about what’s on our show this episode.

Spindles brings us his round up from MCM London, making Bren jealous with all his talk about how  nice Sean Maher is.  

Bren was at the UK Games Expo the following weekend, you can hear him get very excited about Temp Worker Assassins, have an utter fanboy moment over Big Potato Games, and badly try to explain Shahrazad from Osprey Games.

Check out the Twitter/Website links below to check out some of the games that caught Bren’s eye, in a weekend that saw him smash his daily step target…

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Wednesday, June 7, 2017 - 15:54

OK.... so, the last attempt to watch every film on the Ready Player One challenge list failed somewhat.  But never one to be put off, I'm giving it another go.  The Ready Player One movie is scheduled for release on the 30th March 2018, so I have until then to cross as many films as I can off this list.  I'll be live tweeting my viewings, and we'll be talking about each film on the show; so make sure you stay tuned to our Twitter for details.

The Complete(ish) List of Films Referenced in Ready Player One:

FILM BRENDAN SPINDLES
Ghostbusters  28th January 2017  
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Star Wars (IV, V & VI)  4th May 2017
Star Trek (I, II, III, V)  ...
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Sunday, June 4, 2017 - 13:24

Welcome back to The Wonky Gamer! Episode 26 Trek Wars The Return of the Call of Duty, In this episode, we will be discussing The Sexy Brutale, Mr Shifty and the reserection of lost mmo's

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Saturday, June 3, 2017 - 13:34

Despite a promising trailer, and the excitement which followed, I still approached Wonder Woman with tepid caution. Following on from the fragmented blandness of Man of Steel, the ‘two films badly cut into one’ of Dawn of Justice, and an altogether fun but with poor plot choice and horrific CGI Suicide Squad, I wasn’t sure what to expect. I half thought that we’d be treated to an awfully Snyderised rendition of Captain America and be left with no hope for DC’s movie universe. I could not have been more wrong in my suspicions for what I experienced was nothing short of one of the best superhero movies in the last few years (and those of you that know me know how much I love Logan and Civil War).

Its plot is absolutely on point. The entire film, though set in the past, is integrated well into the modern running following on from Batman Versus Superman. The story quickly goes through Diana’s upbringing and uses nice tools to tell the audience about who her people are. From then...

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