Being a Metallica fan I could not wait for the new film; Metallica Through The Never to be available on DVD.
So what did I think of it?
In 2013 the Gadget Nibble team spent over 500 hours building (and rebuilding after Herobrine attacks) on Minecraft Xbox 360. We have accumulated a whole catalogue of awesome builds, but here’s the best:
Grab your Guns, Knives and Run for cover THE END IS HERE !!! The last map pack for Call of Duty Black Ops 2 is out now with guns firing and explosion all around as your team runs for cover.
The new Apocalypse map pack has 4 online multiplayer maps and the final zombies map that sees the start of how it ended life on Earth back in world war one with robots, the undead and ancient secrets, lost in time. Call of Duty’s multiplayer has millions of players online each day experiencing new and old maps to become the best in the world or to get to the top military rank.
The new online multiplayer maps are not the best as Treyarch has remade 2 “Fan favourite” maps from Call Of Duty Black Ops 1 (stadium) and Call Of Duty World At War (courtyard) with the new maps being renamed, given a HD texture and adding some new life into the old look. This has been seen before in Call Of Duty Black Ops 1 where they remade a online map called Cliffside, from a sea side cliff in Japan to a green golf course in Cuba and all zombies maps from Call Of Duty World At War.
I think that the online multiplayer had it day back in Call Of Duty Modern Warfare 2 where the online maps were the best and had the best game-play as a team where as in the new games they have just dragged it on with people hacking and competing for the top spot in addition, the zombies story line is one of the best things they added to the game with hidden secrets and mystery about what will happen to the main characters trapped in a world from hell. I give this map pack a 8/10 for The end of a great zombies story. Ty7711
The map pack cost 1200 ms points for Xbox or £10.00 for Ps3.
With Apple, Samsung, Nokia and other big company bringing out the latest smart phones have we left the older generation of people confused and puzzled on what phone to buy that would be simple to use.
We have all had a Nokia brick as are first phone because it was simple to use and cheap to replace if lost or broken. But as time has gone on the simple brick has become a music playing, web surfing, gaming device that the younger generation understand and know how to use, were as older people “don’t know how to make a call” with a touch screen device that need to be plugged-in to a computer to add music and other thing that they may not need.
Here at Gadget Nibble the team all have different phones some older some newer but we still think that there should be a phone for older people, that is as simple with out all the music, web and games that are on a smart phone. On a trip out to a local phone shop to look at phone for a older family member, we were looking at the small and simple phone when a shop assistant ask “if we need to know information on the new iPhone and android phones I can help” with no mention of who the phone was for or specification. Is it time for Nokia to bring back the brick for the older generation.