Skyrim is the latest installment in the elder scrolls series, and would have to go quite someway to top any of the previous games. Morrowind was vast and unending with huge amounts of user made content, whilst Oblivion on the 360 was beautiful and classy. More importantly Oblivion on the 360 proved that consoles really could mix with pc's in a realm that PC games had for dominated for so long.
It is probably fair to say therefore that Skyrim had potentially a lot to live up to. Oblivion
In the week building up the Leeds game I had been on night shifts, and with the prospect of another out of hours stint ahead of me at 6pm, the thought of heading to the vic on saturday was not exactly one which filled me with joy. Especially when you take into account Leeds league position and the likely chance that we could get turned over bearing in mind their good form.
Anyway 3pm on saturday afternoon found me sitting in the rookery shivering next to my dad. I don't know why but
I have been a big fan of the call of duty series ever since one of my best mates gave me a platinum version of the original Call of Duty for the PC for my birthday. By that point the game had been out probably for some 4 or 5 years, but the story was still absorbing and the online multiplayer fun but challenging. I have played pretty much every instalment of the franchise, and enjoyed them all. Thankfully in my opinion, MW3 looks set to continue the trend.
As soon as I found out Ghana vs Nigeria would be held at Vicarage Road I knew I wanted to go. I was at Wembley when Ghana played England and some of the noise they generated was fantastic, if a little strange. Obviously it had to be rearranged due to the riots in London at the time but I was still adamant I would go and didnít return my tickets.
On my walk to the ground it certainly didnít feel right. As usual I stopped off at Ebb-Tide Fish & Chips to get large chips with a battered
A little bit late considering the game was on Saturday but thought I would put this up anyway.
As an optimistic Watford fan, I had hoped we could somehow steal a victory against Southampton at the weekend. The reality was a re-arranged Hornets defence conceded four goals with no reply.
I took a neutral fan (Arsenal) with me on Saturday because he asked to go but also I wanted his perspective on Watford and the way we play, how we look and perform, etc. He turned