Still - you had a fair bit of "bang" for your "buck", including a review of Wolfenstein: The Old Blood, and an extended, tear-stained love note to Mirror's Edge from Mr Biffo. And some listicles. And so on and so forth. Click through for everything that happened this week, and some other things that were presented with a satirical political "bent".
- 10 RIDICULOUSLY OTT VIDEO GAME COLLECTORS EDITIONS March of the tat.
- 10 VIDEO GAMES SET IN BRITAIN Let's get patriotic.
- MR T'S GUIDE TO THE ELECTION The A Team tough helps you to vote.
- EXCITING GAME NEWS! With Comments by A Poorly Researched Pirate
- THE MAN IN THE MIRROR'S EDGE by Mr Biffo A love letter to Mirror's Edge
- REVIEW: WOLFENSTEIN - THE OLD BLOOD (PS4/Xbox One/PC) Nazi-shooting time.
- 9 SENIOR CITIZENS WHO ARE TERRIFIED OF THE NINTENDO Wii Aieeeeeee!
- STAR WARS DAY: ANOTHER ROUND-UP Celebrating May 4th.
- LAST WEEK'S ROUND-UP - With Ed Miliband Was he tough enuss?
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