14th Dec2018

How has eSports become the next big thing?

by James Smith

Following the news in October that the Premier League will launch its very own eSports competition in January 2019, is it now the case that eSports have become the next big societal phenomenon. It is not just the popularity amongst the game’s own players which makes it the next big business, but it is also […]

14th Dec2018

Why Gaming is Good For You

by James Smith

If you’ve ever asked yourself “are video games good of bad for you” and have heard conflicting opinions, then it’s time to shed the light of truth and say this once and for all: gaming is exceptionally good for you. No, really, there are no downfalls to gaming, the only thing that could be considered […]

11th Dec2018

Outfit Ideas Inspired by Your Favourite Film Characters

by James Smith

Films can touch their audience in many different ways. Some make us laugh. Some make us cry; and others give us ideas on what we’ll choose to wear at the weekend. From Gordon Gekko to Dickie Greenleaf, these are the characters that have (sartorially) inspired us the most. Gordon Gekko (Wall Street) OK, so he’s […]

11th Dec2018

Branding Slot Machines around Movies Can Prove Troublesome

by James Smith

Slot machines have of course been around for years, and whilst some of the earlier ones were quite basic in their design, those that you will find on gaming floors in all casinos these days really are state of the art devices. However, it has been proven time and time again that a slot that […]

10th Dec2018

Can you win real money at an online casino?

by James Smith

One of the most commonly asked questions from people who are considering wagering and playing online is; can you win real money at an online casino? Our answer is plain and simple; YES! You can win real money at an online casino, as a matter of fact, you can win real BIG money at an […]

08th Dec2018

‘Vikings’ Slot Review

by James Smith

Released in November 2018, Vikings is a visually stunning NetEnt video slot based on the TV show of the same name. The historical drama debuted in 2013 and, as of the time of writing, has been renewed for a sixth season owing to its success and popularity. The Vikings slot does an excellent job of […]

07th Dec2018

eBuying Comics: Week 8

by Ian Wells

With Christmas on the horizon I wanted to take a look at my ‘Top 4 Holy Grail Comics’. The reason it is four and not five is because the fifth entry on my list is the holiest of holies for Wolverine fans. I believe I have enough content to get a blog post about it […]

07th Dec2018

Games Within Games – Which Minigames Still Hold Up?

by James Smith

As much as we love modern video games, there can be no denying that as we get older, it can become increasingly difficult to find the time for longer gaming sessions. Because of this, we often find ourselves finding smaller timeslots to drop into a minigame or two. While these can be incredibly fun, they […]

30th Nov2018

Movies You May Have Missed: ‘The Hunters’

by Phil Wheat

Welcome to the latest installment in our regular Movies You May Have Missed series here on Nerdly, in which I highlight some of, what I think, are the best movies that have flown under the radar of many or have been “forgotten” in the intervening years since its release. This time round its The Hunters, […]

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29th Nov2018

eBuying Comics: Week 7

by Ian Wells

The 90′s are synonymous with two things in comics history. The birth of the superstar artist and the crash of the comic market. Are the two related? The polite answer is possibly. But there were many factors that contributed to the crash. Between 1993 and 1997 the comics industry hit an all time low, a […]

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29th Nov2018

The Unlikely Relationship Between Roulette and Comic Books

by James Smith

On the surface, it doesn’t appear that the casino and the comic book industry have that much in common. However, when you delve a little bit deeper into the comic book world, it becomes quite apparent that a number of different characters have strong connections with games of chance. To this end, it seems that […]

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28th Nov2018

Can the Lottery Bring Celebrity Status?

by James Smith

There is only one thing that can level the playing field between the poor and the rich. That is playing the lottery. As a matter of fact, anyone can play and win the lottery irrespective of how much money they have, who they are or what their background looks like. Celebrities too play the game […]

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27th Nov2018

Quick and Easy Ways to Earn Money on the Side

by James Smith

When it comes to trying to save money, it can be difficult in a world full of distractions and luxuries. However, we all know that there are certain luxuries out there that we can’t live without. For gamers, it’s no doubt their gaming collection. For those fervent readers out there, it’s purchasing the next best […]

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14th Nov2018

From VHS to VOD #7 – A Jeff Wincott Special!

by Phil Wheat

Welcome back to our ongoing From VHS to VOD column – our guide through the strange and obscure – the odd, unseen and unreleased (well unreleased on disc formats) films available on streaming and on-demand services. in the intro to our last installment I mentioned the explosion of obscure movies hitting Amazon Prime Video – […]

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08th Nov2018

Back This! Special – ‘Sword & Sorcery: Ancient Chronicles’ (Board Game)

by Phil Wheat

Welcome to the latest edition of our regular crowdfunding feature here on Nerdly – Back This! – where we take a look at some of the cool content taking the crowdfunding route on sites such as Indiegogo, Sponsume and Kickstarter. This month we’re spotlighting a brand new board game Kickstarter from Ares Games – whose […]

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06th Nov2018

How the new Facebook Dating App will change the Dating Scene

by James Smith

Whether you like it or not, Facebook and the Internet play a big role in our personal lives. There are both pros and cons to this (you know how many pitfalls await us if we are to use dating sites), but the possibilities are truly endless! That is, if, of course, you know how to […]

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05th Nov2018

The Rocky Road to Finding Good PC Boxing Games

by James Smith

For those of us who shun consoles and prefer our gaming action on the PC, there’s a surprising lack of options around when it comes to boxing video games. Considering this is a sport which still attracts big crowds at fight venues and huge TV audiences around the world for title bouts, the gaming options over […]

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02nd Nov2018

How does DrakeMall work? A Mysterious Brand New Lootbox Website Review

by James Smith

Drake Mall is a e-commerce website that has brought in a new perspective into the working of e-commerce websites. As mentioned in the title of this post, it is, indeed, a perfect Lootbox as you can get fantastic items of the likes like Apple MacBook Pro, iPhone XS Max, Samsung Galaxy S9, DSLR Cameras, WiFi […]

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01st Nov2018

eBuying Comics: Week 6

by Ian Wells

Season 3 of Daredevil is earning rave reviews on Netflix from fans and critics alike at the moment and rightfully so. I most confess at this time and I wear it with a badge of honour but I first became interested in Daredevil after watching and enjoying the 2003 movie with Ben Affleck as the […]

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31st Oct2018

The Old Scares Are The Best This Halloween

by James Smith

Let’s be honest, dolls have always been creepy, and even the best attempts to make them more lifelike have left them in that uncomfortable Uncanny Valley. There’s just something unsettling about them that we couldn’t put our fingers on… until the supernatural slasher Child’s Play. Some presents are bought with the best of intentions but […]

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30th Oct2018

From VHS to VOD #6

by Phil Wheat

After a brief (OK, year-long) hiatus, our From VHS to VOD column returns to guide you through the strange and obscure – the odd, unseen and unreleased (well unreleased on disc formats) films available on streaming and on-demand services. Since our last installment there has been an explosion of the obscure movies hitting Amazon Prime […]

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25th Oct2018

Imperfect 10: The Alternative Halloween Horror Movie Marathon

by Rupert Harvey

For years now, I’ve been hosting horror movie marathons around Halloween. It’s my favourite time of year: an extended excuse to trawl through the trash bins of ‘80s and ‘90s horror in search of legit gems. To save you the pain of suffering through dumpster fires like Chopping Mall and House 4: The Repossession, I’ve […]

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