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  • Transformers | Battlegrounds

    Transformers battlegrounds are the latest in a long line of games in the universe of Transformers, this one though is set in the Cyberverse Tv program so many of the characters etc feature in that series and thus the game, the game itself is released on multiple platforms.

    Dad's Man Cave
    / November 20, 2020
  • Geek Gear Best Ever Mystery Box | Box 2

    Geek Gear is a brand that operates mostly online and focuses on Pop culture, in which you can purchase some things individually and via mystery boxes. They theme mystery boxes like Harry Potter, Marvel etc, but some are completely random. This is the second Geek Gear “Best Ever” Mystery box.

    Dad's Man Cave
    / November 13, 2020
  • Lego 76108 | Sanctum Sanctorum Showdown

    Lego 76108, Sanctum Sanctorum Showdown is the largest of the MCU Avengers Infinity Set, it has 1004 pieces and includes 5 Minifigures such as Spiderman, Doctor Strange, and Ironman. This set has one of the only buildings from the avenger’s films and actually is the closest thing to a modular building in the Lego Marvel Range, this scene is from one of the first of the Infinity war films, its RRP is £89.99

    Dad's Man Cave
    / November 6, 2020
  • Kingdom Hearts 3 | A Dad Review

    Kingdom hearts is the hugely popular game collaborating the world of final fantasy and Disney and began life many years ago on the PS2, since then it continued to grow in popularity and is a cult favourite for some. It’s available on both Xbox and PS4, this is also on the Xbox Gamer Pass in which this review was based around.

    Dad's Man Cave
    / October 30, 2020
  • Lego 75946 | Hungarian Horntail Triwizard challenge

    Lego 75946, Hungarian Horntail and the Triwizard challenge is based on the 4th film, the Goblet of fine in which combatants face the Horntail dragon in an effort to get a golden egg. This set has 265 pieces and contains 4 mini-figures, Horntail Dragon and Tent, Its RRP is £29.99.

    Dad's Man Cave
    / October 23, 2020
  • What are you watching this Halloween?

    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
    / October 21, 2020
  • Loot Crate | Showdown April 2019

    Loot Crate is a website that distributes pop culture items in either singularly or as part of crates, within those crates they can be a particular theme or a complete mystery, even theme ones can often be a varied mix and shrouded in mystery. This one was the continued run of crates with the previous two being Transformation and Cosmic.

    Dad's Man Cave
    / October 16, 2020
  • Lego 76130| Stark Jet and the Drone Attack

    Lego 76130, Stark jet and the Drone attack is a set from the MCU film Spiderman Far from home, which features 504 pieces and includes 4 mini-figures, stark jet and 2 drones, it’s one of 3 sets released from the film and has an RRP of £54.99.

    Dad's Man Cave
    / October 9, 2020
  • Forza Horizon 4 | A Dad Review

    Forza Horizon is a long-standing Xbox Series that actually spawned from its sister game Forza Motorsport, which goes back even longer in the Xbox Series, right back to when the Xbox Console was launched in 2001, so with all this history and acclaimed awards and experience what was the latest version like?

    Dad's Man Cave
    / September 25, 2020
  • My Top 5 Action Films | 2000’s Edition

    Action films are some of my favourites, they can have some story but in reality, it’s about the over the top action, this list is based on the films of the modern age, with the advancement in technology etc Action films have seen an improvement of quality also, there are plenty of them around and can differ in brilliance and quality, from B-movies to Blockbusters that dominate cinemas, in which they are often great to watch.

    Dad's Man Cave
    / September 23, 2020