Little Nightmares on PS4 – The DVDfever Review

Little Nightmares

Little Nightmares shows that gaming is a changed entity, nowadays. No longer would you go and spend £45 on a game to keep you entertained for hours on end. It’s more likely that you visit your Playstation or Xbox store and spend under £20 for one that only lasts aroud four hours. Personally, I’m still finding it tricky to adapt to this. Saying that, just under a year ago I reviewed Inside (a 4-hour game which was only released digitally) and had a fantastic experience. However, after playing that game, I wasn’t too sure how much I wanted to play exactly the same one again. Little Nightmares is definitely one of those games which follows the same strategic plan as Inside, but that doesn’t make it the same game. It is noticeable, however, that you can also buy this game on disc.

White Gold Episode 1 – Salesmen Are Like Vampires – The DVDfever Review

White Gold

White Gold is so ’80s that it even starts with the BBC2 ident from that era.

The year is 1983 – my favourite year for music as that’s when I started buying singles, so one of my favourite parts about this show was the plethora of songs from back then, blasting off with Laura Branigan‘s Gloria, as we’re introduced to super-smooth and slick salesman Vincent Swan (Ed Westwick), the man with the gift of the gab, who immediately breaks the fourth wall by talking to the camera, a device that works very well for this comedy/drama.

Last night’s Manchester Arena attack

Manchester Arena My thoughts are with the friends and family of those who were killed in the Manchester Arena attack, as Ariana Grande’s concert came to an end, as well as all those who have been affected. Cowardly terrorists never break the resolve of a city’s people.

We’re always told to “remain vigilant” but somehow these individuals still either walk past everyone and plant their shit in public, unless it’s a suicide bomber as happened last night, resulting in the injuries of 59 people, and the deaths of 22 people, including children as young as eight.

Terrorists are not acting in the name of religion. They will not get their 72 virgins when they die, nor will they be reborn elsewhere or be in the afterlife. They’ll just be selfish, dead bastards.

There will be no other posts on here, today. I am so angry about what has happened to the city that I love.

Video Games Charts week ending May 20th 2017

Video Games Charts week ending May 20th 2017The Video Games Charts week ending May 20th 2017 are as follows:

    1 (-) Injustice 2 (Warner Bros Interactive) (review)
    2 (-) Farpoint (Sony)
    3 (2) Grand Theft Auto V (Rockstar Games (review)
    4 (1) Prey (Bethesda) (review)
    5 (1) Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia (Nintendo)
    6 (3) Mario Kart 8 Deluxe (Nintendo)
    7 (4) FIFA 17 (EA Sports) (review)
    8 (8) Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Wildlands (Ubisoft) (review)
    9 (5) Rocket League (505 Games) (review)
    10 (-) The Surge (Focus Home Interactive)

Jawbone – The DVDfever Cinema Review


Jawbone tells the underdog tale of former child-star boxing champion Jimmy McCabe (Johnny Harris). His best years are long behind him, thanks heavy drinking and the fact that the council want to evict him from his flat, since the appartment block is being knocked down. He’s refusing because it once belonged to his mother; yes, he’s been offered alternative accommodation, but he can’t deal with that change.

Detour – Win iTunes movie links – COMPETITION

Detour and Bulldog Film Distribution Ltd have teamed up to give you a chance to win a copy of Detour on iTunes, a tense, stylish noir thriller which comes to cinemas and On Demand on Friday, May 26th, starring Tye Sheridan, Emory Cohen, Bel Powley and True Blood‘s Stephen Moyer, and directed by Christopher Smith.

There are three promo codes to download the film for free from iTunes up for grabs in this competition!.

UK Top 100 Music chart summary w/e May 25th 2017

UK Top 100 Music chart summary w/e May 25th 2017 Luis Fonsi, Daddy Yankee and Justin Bieber stay at No.1, in the UK Top 100 Music chart summary w/e May 25th 2017, with Despacito, and it’s just auto-tuning with a Spanish flavour. Pass!

Out this week is a new track from the wonderful Chinese cellist, Tina Guo with the theme from Wonder Woman! That’s the forthcoming cinema movie, not the ’70s TV series…:

New Blu-ray and DVD releases May 22nd 2017

New Blu-ray and DVD releases May 22nd 2017 New Blu-ray and DVD releases May 22nd 2017 are as follows:

    Bonded By Blood 2: The Next Generation (Blu-ray and DVD)
    Bonded By Blood 1 & 2 (DVD)
    Citizen Jane: Battle for the City (DVD)
    Cops Vs Thugs (Blu-ray/DVD Double Play)
    Digimon Adventure Tri – The Movie, Part 1: Reunion (Blu-ray Collector’s Edition)
    Film/Notfilm (Blu-ray/DVD Double Play)
    Great American Railroad Journeys Series 2 (DVD)
    Hacksaw Ridge (Blu-ray, 4K Blu-ray and DVD)
    Hardcore (Blu-ray/DVD Limited Edition Double Play)

The Ringed City – Dark Souls III DLC on PS4 – The DVDfever Review

The Ringed City

The Ringed City is the final piece of DLC for Dark Souls III, following on from Ashes of Ariandel. To access this, you need to have completed the Ashes DLC, or literally be at the bonfire, just outside the final boss of the the main game. This, as you may well gather, isn’t for the faint-hearted. You need a pretty strong character to actually get anywhere and finally unravel the mysteries of The Ringed City and what has been going on in the world for hundreds of years.

The Dark Souls series has been a long journey over the course of three games, each with their respective DLC and characters, feeding us little bits of lore through item descriptions, conversations and whatever else you can find to cobble together just what has happened to the world.

Movie Charts UK and US week ending May 14th 2017

Movie Charts UK and US week ending May 14th 2017This week’s Movie Charts UK and US week ending May 14th 2017 are as follows:


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