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  • Lego 75968 | 4 Privet Drive

    Lego 75968, 4 Privet Drive is home to an early Harry Potter and features 797 pieces and has 6 minifigures, 5 are unique to this set, but also focus on the Privet drive and the Weasley Flying car in a daring rescue of type. Its RRP is £69.99 and set from the film and book of Chamber of Secrets.

    Dad's Man Cave
    / 16 January 2023
  • Diary From A Dad | December 2022

    As each month goes by my Diary from a Dad look at what’s happening with our little family, through all the adventures, challenges and obstacles that come to our lives. As a family of 5, with 3 children at different ages every day, week and month can offer something different. It was December and that meant Christmas!!! with a limited work schedule and school, it was all about family time and celebrating.

    Dad's Man Cave
    / 9 January 2023
  • DreamWorks Dragons: Legends of the Nine Realms + Giveaway

    Dreamworks Dragons, Legend of the Nine Realms is the latest story in the How to train your Dragon Franchise, and brought to you from Outright Games. This time it focuses on a tail within the Lore of Dreamwork Dragons, featuring Thunder the Night Light Dragon, and his friends. This game is released on PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox X/S , and Nintendo switch.

    Dad's Man Cave
    / 6 January 2023
  • Lego 21330 | Home Alone

    Lego 21330 Home Alone, is part of the Lego Ideas range and focuses on one of the best Known Christmas Films Home Alone, the Set centres around the Mccallister House and the night when little Kevin attempts to stop the intruders from entering the house and stealing the Family items. The set has 3995 pieces and includes 5 Unique minifigures, the house, a treehouse and the Criminals Vans, its RRP is £259.99.

    Dad's Man Cave
    / 19 December 2022
  • Keeping Up To Date With The Latest Tech

    Many of us love the latest gadgets in our lives. We like the idea of having the latest phone release, the up-to-date computer and tablet technology and even embracing it when it comes to making our homes smart. However, with so many different tech advances, is it possible to keep up to date with all of the latest releases and tech trends? There are a few things you can do to stay ahead of the game. 

    Dad's Man Cave
    / 16 November 2022
  • Star Trek Prodigy | Supernova

    Star Trek Prodigy Supernova is the first Star Trek game from Outright Games which focuses on the Animated Paramount Plus series, Star trek Prodigy. This action-adventure is released on PS4, PS5, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, Xbox S/X and Steam.

    Dad's Man Cave
    / 14 November 2022
  • What Video Games to buy this Christmas?

    What Video Games to buy this Christmas? Well, with the big day approaching and a huge amount of video games on the market, the question is what to buy. Here are some varied choices from Frontier Development Games to choose from, which can cater for many people’s tastes, and gaming levels on different platforms.

    Dad's Man Cave
    / 7 November 2022
  • What are you watching this Halloween 2022?

    With it being October and for some the best time of the year as they love Halloween, the question on film watches minds will be, What am I’m watching this Halloween? If you’re like me I do enjoy Halloween style films, whether they be Family or Horror, but I actually tend to keep these for October, it adds to the excitement a fun of it all, it also rotates my film watch much like I do for Xmas, in which I November and December are those months.

    Dad's Man Cave
    / 14 October 2022
  • Paw Patrol | Grand Prix

    Paw Patrol Grand Prix is the latest game in the ever-popular franchise Paw Patrol, whether it be TV, Toys, Movies and games there’s always excitement for kids around the world for it. This Time it’s Paw Patrol racing around in their vehicles and available on PS4, PS5, Steam, Xbox One, Xbox S/X, and Nintendo Switch.

    Dad's Man Cave
    / 10 October 2022
  • Why Is Gaming Fun And Addictive?

    When it comes to gaming many of us can get absorbed in the latest release in our favourite series of games. There’s just something about sitting down and focusing on the one thing that can actually be not just fun but relaxing. I think this is where the addictiveness can come into it, it isn’t necessarily an addiction to your games console, more of the feeling you get when you are playing it. So why does this happen? I thought I would explore it a little to best explain it. 

    Dad's Man Cave
    / 5 October 2022