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About Nick

  • Rank
    More forwards plix
  • Birthday 03/01/1984


  • Interests
    Drink, Music, Games...
  • Occupation
    Professional GM
  • Favorite Games
    Sonic the Hedgehog 1-3 + Sonic & Knuckles, C&C, Virtua Tennis, Quake and many many more...
  1. Idle Thumbs Brighton meetup 2012!

    These are the best kind of people.
  2. Idle Thumbs is everywhere

    A classic goose's neck design.
  3. WTFFF!!!!

    lol, burn.
  4. The king is dead!

    Sonic 3 soundtrack was awesome.
  5. Favorite Kid's Book

    I can't remember the name of one that I loved when I was really young that involved some kind of blue fuzz ball with long legs that jumped on a mattress or some such.
  6. Milo

    Everyone that's played this has felt the need to reach down and catch the goggles? What a load of bollox.
  7. Blood Bowl

    You can pre-order the digital download already, the pre-download starts from today I think and then you can activate the game on the 26th Retail copies are available from the 26th in France and some EU countries September is retail release for UK, US and some other countries.
  8. Who you gonna call?

  9. Who you gonna call?

    Ghostbusters! The video game. This is out today right? Anyone grabbed it yet? Supposedly it's good, I think some coop may be needed to access full potential awesomeness. :slimer:
  10. Grand Thumb Fortress!

    You have the game but never played it!? You crazy fools! TF2 is one of the best FPS games there is. In fact it's one of the best games there is.
  11. (

    "Literally a game I've never played. 8.3/10" -
  12. Blood Bowl

    It is coming to XBox 360, I think maybe in September along with the boxed release as well as DS and PSP versions, which would be ace for commuting. That's not true at all. You're more likely to get a serious injury if you're playing as a low armour team like Skaven, but that can end in just missing the next game or a niggling injury - which is a pain, but not the end for the player. Those weaker teams often have cheaper players as well, so that you can replace the injured and with the LRB 5 ruleset you can use Journeymen to top up your team if you're low on players.
  13. Blood Bowl

    So a few days ago the pre-order for the digital version became available and release is on the 26th. For people that aren't or haven't been Games Workshop fans, Blood Bowl is essentially American Football in a fantasy setting where it is played by teams of Orcs, Elves, Dwarfs, etc. It's rather more brutal than regular Football, as you might imagine. There's lots of injuries, sometimes deaths, some teams are better at running, passing, catching, and scoring (Wood Elves) whereas some teams are better at beating the crap out of the opposing team until there are none left and simply walking to the end zone for a touchdown (Chaos). Of course there are more balanced teams also (Humans). As you play more games your players can get skills or mutations to make them better, you can get replacements for your dead and injured, maybe get an Ogre or Minotaur to dish out some extra pain, or a Troll if you have a Goblin team, who can throw players down the pitch with the ball. Basically this board game was amazing fun and now it's available in shiny computer graphics version. The computer game release also features an extra mode which is real time rather than turn based (although tbh I'm not sure if I'll play that mode so much.) It's a bit pricey, but it's currently one of my must have games. Boxed version isn't out 'till September.