24th Jul2019

Retrospective: 500 Days of Summer

by Xenia Grounds

Movies. Music. Television. Video Games. Animation. If there is one theme that all these mediums have explored, then it would be: Love. Many of us are brought up on this idea of ‘The One’. However, when we start to enter actual romantic relationships, we learn that romances are rarely like the movies and songs we’ve […]

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22nd Jul2019

Living the Fictional High Life!

by James Smith

Living the fictional highlife – Can pop culture’s most famous characters really afford the lives they lead? Common sense dictates that you only buy what you can afford, and live within your means. It’s a simple idea, and one that will steer you clear of financial difficulties. It’s not a hard rule to live by, […]

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17th Jul2019

How to Fix Realtek High Definition Audio Driver Issue?

by James Smith

The set of driver installed on a PC goes a long way in affecting the quality of music and audio file sound. Realtek High Definition Audio Drivers are a leading set of drivers for Windows computers. It comes in handy while playing audio, improving the sound quality of movies or games. Realtek HD Audio codecs […]

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16th Jul2019

Back This! Special – PSC Games’ Britannia

by Phil Wheat

PSC Games are set to launch a new edition of Britannia in an edition includes over 200 plastic miniatures and two ways to play on a double-sided board: Classic Britannia (traditional play for three or four gamers on the standard board) and Duel Britannia (all-new, faster play for two gamers on a new board). Britannia […]

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16th Jul2019

Top 5 Highest Paying Slots

by James Smith

Slots are a quick and fast way to make small amounts of money, unless you want to up the stakes, or win the jackpot. Slots are one of – if not the, most popular casino games, either online or in a brick-and-mortar casino. There are many different ways to get involved in Slots, either by […]

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15th Jul2019

The History of CS: GO

by James Smith

CS: GO must have done something right to be where it is today. With the rise of the game, CS: GO match betting has been on the rise just the same way, earning lots of money and bringing more popularity to the shooting game. But what hides behind Counter-Strike: Global Offensive? Here’s what you need to […]

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09th Jul2019

Opinionated: Why I Don’t Want a Return of the Attitude Era

by Chris Cummings

So, I grew up watching wrestling. It’s been part of my life for most of my days. I started watching during the Hogan era, with guys like The Hulkster, Randy Savage and The Ultimate Warrior on top of the WWF. I saw the New Generation arrive, with guys like Bret Hart, Diesel and Shawn Michaels […]

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05th Jul2019

eBuying Comics: Week 22

by Ian Wells

This week I want to talk buying comic supplies and storage online… Do you know your Mylar bags from your top loaders? Are you using the right backing boards? Do you know the difference between a long box and a short box? Actually that last one is rather easy. There are as any different brands […]

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03rd Jul2019

Fun for zero bucks: Free gaming in 2019

by James Smith

Competition is a beautiful thing. It doesn’t matter if you are gaming on PC or console (or both!) in the last couple of years, games are getting cheaper. It often happens that only a few weeks after the release, even a triple-A game is available for less cash, especially in digital stores. Also, if you […]

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01st Jul2019

Opinionated: Heyman & Bischoff – What Could They Bring to WWE in 2019

by Chris Cummings

So, fans of WWE (and wrestling in general) will likely have heard the latest news that Paul Heyman and Eric Bischoff, two mainstays of pro-wrestling for decades, have been given brand-new roles in WWE as Executive Directors of Raw and Smackdown Live respectively. These, as far as news has told us, aren’t on-screen roles, but […]

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01st Jul2019

The History of Baccarat

by James Smith

As is the case with plenty of games out there, regardless of whether they’re new or old, popular or never heard of, competitive or casual, their origin often becomes misplaced or forgotten. This is especially true for old games since their history can easily get clouded in conflicting or incomplete information, cultural appropriation or even […]

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28th Jun2019

Who Should Write Batman?

by Dan Clark

Recently DC announced that Tom King would be leaving the main Batman title at the end of the year and continuing his story in the Batman & Catwoman book. No matter your thoughts on that news the biggest question now is who takes up the reigns as the new Batman writer? It is a big […]

28th Jun2019

eBuying Comics: Week 21

by Ian Wells

On the second weekend of June I attended the inaugral Milton Keynes Film and Comic Con. There is already a review of it up elsewhere on Nerdly, but now I am going to do another comic covention/eBay comparison, I hope it isn’t too hot on the heels of the previous one. In a nutshell it […]

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28th Jun2019

How to Pay for Casino Games with Your Phone Bill

by James Smith

There are absolutely loads of different ways to pay for casino games, from credit cards through to one of the many e-wallets. One method now getting really popular is pay by phone bill though. This payment method has loads of different advantages, plus depositing really couldn’t be simpler. Why not find out how to pay […]

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26th Jun2019

Opinionated: The RAW and SmackDown Slump

by Chris Cummings

It’s indisputable that WWE put out an incredibly vast amount of content. Just in a week, and not mentioning their social media content or original WWE Network programming, we see RAW, SmackDown, NXT, NXT UK, 205 Live and more. We get at least one, sometimes more than one, PPV or Special each month too. That’s […]

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24th Jun2019

Opinionated: Picking A Wrestling Side?

by Chris Cummings

I’ve been a fan of pro-wrestling for over 27 years and in that time I’ve been a fan of so many promotions within the landscapes of wrestling. In the early 90s when I started watching wrestling the big two companies were WWE(F) and WCW. I remember buying VHS tapes for both companies, leaning much heavier […]

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24th Jun2019

Publishers to read now that Vertigo is ending

by Dan Clark

The announcement of DC shutting down the Vertigo imprint was certainly a sad day for comics, however, it has been inevitable for some time. DC did recently try to relaunch Vertigo with a slew of new titles to bring life back to the brand, but despite critical acclaim for many of those series, it was […]

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24th Jun2019

Five Best Online Jobs for a Gaming Nerd

by James Smith

Let’s face it: being a nerd doesn’t come cheap. All those movies, video games, books, graphic novels, TV series, and other passionate pursuits require moolah – frequently the kind of money that makes a significant dent in one’s savings. However, it’s never a good idea to dip into your savings just to buy, say, upgrades […]

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20th Jun2019

Opinionated: Tag Team Wrestling Isn’t Dead… Yet.

by Chris Cummings

You know… I don’t think many of today’s wrestling fans, the casual viewers anyway, realise just how f@cking good tag team wrestling can be. It isn’t hard to find a good tag team match nowadays. I mean, all you have to do is watch an NXT TakeOver Special and it’s likely you’ll see a blinding […]

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20th Jun2019

Guide to Making a Successful Career Change

by James Smith

If you want to make changes to your career, then it can be a really daunting task. But at the end of the day, you spend so much time doing your job, that you really need to make sure that it is something that you enjoy, and something that you don’t dread going to. If […]

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19th Jun2019

Child’s Play Feature: When Tech has a Mind of it’s Own!

by Phil Wheat

In the new horror thriller Child’s Play, a boy is given a Buddi doll – an amazing walking, talking toy, powered by Artificial Intelligence, so it’s like having your own little pal to play with. Unfortunately, the doll appears to have a somewhat sinister side, which means Buddi doesn’t act quite like it says in […]

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19th Jun2019

What is Coming to Netflix this July?

by James Smith

The irreversible truth is that a lot of people love fun. Typically, people indulge in various fun activities such as gaming, gambling, spending time with family in a quiet park, dog walking, reading, navigating their favorite social media platforms, but for many, watching exciting films is their thing. Millennials take the larger pie on movie […]

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