07th Oct2018

Online Casino Trends in 2018

by James Smith

The gambling industry has continued to exceed in popularity since it was first introduced back in 1891 with the first ever slot machine. Since our humanity is ever-growing and, advancing gambling has been able to excel alongside this. The introduction of technology has allowed online gambling to be used by a mass of the population. […]

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05th Oct2018

eBuying Comics: Week 4

by Ian Wells

I have been collecting comics for nearly twenty years now and I still can’t decide where I stand on ‘slab’ comics. A ‘slab’ comic is a comic that has been encased in thick plastic and given a numeric grade. The leading company in this field is Comics Guaranty (CGC). The numeric grading system introduced by […]

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03rd Oct2018

Opinionated: Z is for Liar (WWE)

by Nathan Favel

I should make it clear that I’m writing this while watching Orson Welles’s “F Is For fake”, which has spurned my desire to write some-thing similar…mostly because I’m out of ideas… but also because I already said I was going to write a column about Vince McMahon’s hypocrisy in Saudi Arabia. As if to set […]

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02nd Oct2018

Are Advances in Technology Making Online Casinos Accessible and Inclusive for Older Gamers?

by James Smith

The online slots and casino business has increased almost immeasurably over the last five to ten years, becoming a massive earner for the many online bookmakers and casinos out there in the ether. Despite having pretty basic origins, these casinos, with their many different games and ways of making (or indeed losing) money, are becoming […]

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02nd Oct2018

Top Licensed Online Casinos

by James Smith

In the recent past, casinos running on the virtual platform have been on the rise as an emerging trend. They have in turn connected game providers with consumers. Among the benefits you acquire from virtual casinos are signing up bonus package, support services, and loyalty programs. Every online provider of casino services works each day […]

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28th Sep2018

Why You Should Pay Attention to the Bonus Section at a Casino

by James Smith

It should come as no surprise that bonuses are what attract many people to online casinos. After all, you can receive all sorts of free goodies and perks for signing up to casinos, as well as for continuing to play at them. Bonuses come in all forms and sizes – you can receive match bonuses […]

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27th Sep2018

eBuying Comics: Week 3

by Ian Wells

With Avengers: Infinity War now available on home entertainment world wide and its box office rampage finally coming to a halt I want to take a look at the variations in price for first appearance comics for some of the characters involved in the movie pre MCU and now. It goes without saying you superstar […]

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27th Sep2018

Nerdly Wrestling Awards – Week Four

by Nathan Favel

Welcome to this week’s Nerdly Wrestling Awards! I’m Nathan Favel and I still find it weird to use exclamations when I write, because you know I sure as hell am not shouting when I imagine saying all of this in person. We have a pretty good week to cover, in some areas any-way. Here we […]

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27th Sep2018

The Strange and Wonderful World of Romance Games

by James Smith

Since the dawn of text-based adventure and 8-bit pixel art, video games have fought for love. To save the princess, to win the kingdom, to live out cross-species, alien queer romance. Be it a part of the story or the basis of the plot itself, romance is fondly found across gaming media in all its […]

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24th Sep2018

How to Make Gaming Life Easier

by James Smith

If you are a hard-core gamer, there can be a few frustrations that pop up every now and then. It could be the issue of not feeling comfortable when in an all-night gaming session, having a broken controller, or a tech issue with a keyboard. We’ve put a list of tips and tricks together that […]

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19th Sep2018

Using The Internet To Improve Your Financial Situation

by James Smith

The internet is a very powerful resource. And, when it comes to making or saving money, it’s a resource that few people use to the fullest of its potential. Whether you’re happy with your income or not, it’s well worth taking advantage of all the possible ways in which you could improve your financial situation […]

19th Sep2018

Nerdly Wrestling Awards – Week Three

by Nathan Favel

Welcome to the third Nerdly Wrestling Awards, right here on Nerdly. I’m Nathan Favel and we have some interesting matches to cover from throughout the week. Let’s… talk about other people… pretending… to kick some ass! Worst Promo: Triple H Disparages A Talking Corpse (WWE) Triple H cut a promo on The Undertaker that was […]

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07th Sep2018

eBuying Comics: Week 2

by Ian Wells

After my success at selling New Mutants #98 my Dad happened to mention  it to some people at work. However he forgot the finer details of how New Mutants #98 is highly sought after, how popular Deadpool is and how £107 is a relative bargain when you consider condition for such an in demand comic. […]

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07th Sep2018

Nerdly Wrestling Awards – Week Two

by Nathan Favel

Welcome to week two of the Nerdly Wrestling Awards, right here on Nerdly. I’m Nathan Favel and we have a very competitive week of wrestling to get to, with one league getting a card in as an early exception to the rule. Let’s get right to the best of wrestling, from last week. Worst Promo: […]

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28th Aug2018

Nerdly Wrestling Awards – Week One

by Nathan Favel

Welcome to the first weekly Nerdly Wrestling Awards, right here on Nerdly. I’m Nathan Favel and we will come together once a week to decide the best and worst of professional wrestling from what was reviewed here on Nerdly. Let’s get started! Worst Promo: Elias went to Summerslam and had a purposefully terrible concert that […]

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17th Aug2018

3 Bingo Sites with Free Signup Bonuses

by James Smith

If you are interested in playing bingo online and want to find some bingo sites with free signup bonuses, we are here to help you out. For this article, we have selected three great sites that have this kind of bonus available to their new players. Quid Bingo: There are not many bingo sites with […]

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12th Aug2018

Why Aren’t More Slot Games Based on Best Picture Oscar Winners?

by James Smith

In the world of online casinos, many of the most popular slots are those based on incredible movies. One would assume that the winner of the Best Picture each year would also prove to be a popular choice for slot games to be based on. However, this isn’t the case, and only a few movie-themed […]

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10th Aug2018

Opinionated: Filip-in Hell – Why the Miucin Debacle Makes IGN Necessary

by Rupert Harvey

Filip Miucin had an inauspicious start at IGN ten months ago. Plucked from relative obscurity, he was thrust into arguably the world’s foremost Nintendo podcast, Nintendo Voice Chat. Its hugely popular former presenter, Jose Otero, just finished his tenure by nailing a job at Nintendo itself. Miucin was visibly and verbally nervous for several weeks […]

10th Aug2018

eBuying Comics: Week 1

by Ian Wells

Welcome to a new weekly column where I will chronicle the ups and downs of being a comic collector using eBay to buy and sell. Things didn’t get off the greatest of starts. When I went to list my first item for sale I got an ‘Access Denied’ message! I want to start by talking […]

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09th Aug2018

Custom Essay Writing Services in the UK

by James Smith

School, college, university students have to write essays to demonstrate their level of familiarity with the subject, their comprehension, writing skills, and knowledge. Depending on the subject, such home assignments may have different purpose, starting with teaching students about essay structure and ending with demonstration of original thoughts and ideas. There are many writing assignments […]

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02nd Aug2018

Opinionated: Leslie Jones Has Got One Hell Of A View

by Nathan Favel

The following is an open letter to any-one and every-one: Dear People (…that includes all y’all, too) A veteran comedian and a current cast member of Saturday Night Live, Leslie Jones has always been in the peripheral of her profession, which often happens to any-one who is not a white man. Jones has been one […]

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31st Jul2018

Opinionated: Octopath – Travelers’ Tales

by Rupert Harvey

Since its release a fortnight ago, one of the most consistent criticisms of Square Enix’s JRPG Octopath Traveler has been that its eight stories are almost entirely separate and don’t converge in any “meaningful” way. Having played around 40 hours of the game, I began to wonder why so many might feel this particular frustration. […]

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