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It's been fairly quiet here in the world of Mobile Game Faqs but that doesn't mean things aren't going on. With everyone preparing for E3, there are lots of games coming out at the moment!
Front end wise, we've finally settled on the format you see before you. I think it best suits the look of the site and the regularity of our content. But remember if there's anything you think we should change then let us know.
We've been building our games reviews lately and I think we can safely say that we have the most number of mobile phone game reviews for any site in the UK. We're pretty proud of that fact, and now have plans to rule the world. Well, at least I do anyway.
We managed to pack in a whole lotta games since I last spoke to you all. We had some great ones from Gameloft, the stunning Prince of Persia, warrior within. Check out our review here
. And as promised, we also reviewed one of the best driving games currently available for your phones, Asphalt Urban GT. This game is hot, you can see what we think of it here
. We didn't just stop there either and also recently reviewed Solitaire Deluxe
and another great game Guerillas
. We've also got a review coming up of the third part in the brilliant online adventure, Era of Eidolon. Check out the preview
of the game. As you can see, a whole lot of great games there for you to check out. We only provide the best quality here at Mobile Game Faqs!
This week and a couple of things on TV caught my eye. One was for a programme which was on how our ancestors influenced the way we live today. And the narrator for the advert said, to my amazement, "Believe it or not, the way our world looks today depended on our ancestors". Say what!!! Come again!?!?! Can someone direct me to the person who doesn't actually believe that fact so I can laugh in their face. Imagine saying to someone, 'look, you know the way society works today is a result of what our fathers and their fathers achieved' and them saying 'No, I don't believe that. Society existed from this moment only'. Or telling them that the inventions and household appliances we use were not invented yesterday but further back and them saying 'No, I don't believe you'. Or saying that science and government and law all existed in more ancient times like the Greeks, Romans, Egyptians and ancient India. And then that person saying 'well, that's just a load of rubbish'. I mean, who writes these taglines? Doesn't anyone proofread the blurb to make sure nothing they say sounds stupid? Obviously not or we wouldn't have had the next piece of comedy which followed straight on after the advert. "Phone for more information on BBC subtitles". Now, I want to make it clear that I am not making a statement about deaf people or being prejudice in any way, but first of all, who is actually going to phone that line and secondly, what are they going to hear??
"Hi, er, yeah, I phoned for more information about BBC subtitles"
"Thanks for ringing, what would you like to know?"
"What can you tell me?"
"We subtitle programmes"
"What does that mean?"
"It means we put subtitles on programmes"
"Ok, er, how do I get to them?"
"You go to the subtitle page on teletext which is advertised on every single one of our programmes"
"Ok, thanks, is there anything more you can tell me about what you do?"
"We subtitle programmes"
"So nothing else then?"
I am really tempted to ring this line to see exactly what kind of 'information' I'd be able to get. If someone already has done, then please tell me, I'm dying to know. Another great use for the the taxpayers money by the BBC.
Until next time, take care people.
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