We’ve been thinking about new ways to share our content with the world; but more importantly how to reward those who have been with us all the way. We’re really excited to announce that Joel and I have begun discussions on creating our first ever eBook which we haven’t got an official name for yet. We’ve got a working title, we’ve got a premise, we’re going to talk Top 10 with all of you, as these have, by far, been our most well received articles. So buckle up, here’s the low down on what we’ll be offering everyone – Hopefully, kinda maybe as soon as this Christmas.
DISCLAIMER: This is an ONLINE ONLY meetup.
Please do not message me asking where everyone is going to be for this meetup. This one takes place at your desk/sofa, on your PC/laptop. PC/laptop will be required, but if you wanna just chat, feel free to join us. We’re a fun and friendly bunch of geeks who are happy to chat about everything geeky!
Well folks, this is it. This is the last GeekOut Video Gamers you’ll see… For a whole month! In August, we won’t have a GOVG Video Game Night, because we’ll be busy with a convention and other such things. So, make the most of it this month! It doesn’t matter where you’re from, come play some video games with us!
The problem with an addiction is that it’s hard to admit it – Although let’s be honest, if you’re addicted to video games then you’re probably doing alright! We once again got our behinds to the Old Market Tavern, where we met up for some food and drink, board games and video games, as well as comics and books and so much more. People were chatting all night long and we got a nice number of attendees once more. As always though, we’re here to show you what happened throughout the night and to give you a bit of insider knowledge about next months event. Interested in what we did? Read on!
It’s that time of the month once again, when GeekOut Bristol takes to the streets… No we don’t. We get to the pub and we enjoy drinks, board games, video games, comics and books, stories, tech and so much more. But what do we have planned this month? What makes this one so special, that you really shouldn’t miss this event? As always, we’ll look at what’s coming up this Friday at our seriously cool GeekOut Bristol Meet.
We’ve certainly started to reach the end of life for our humble little website, but no matter what, we’re going to keep on growing and getting more and more people to join the cause. In case you’re wondering what happened to plans such as the new website, this article addresses those developments and hopefully provides answers for the future of our community. We’re going to keep on growing, is the jist of it, but if you’re a fan of what we do and were curious as to what we’re up to, let us tell you!
We’re back once again for another month of fun and games, at our usual haunt. However, this time around we’re going to be on the back of the great A’Tuin, upon which stands four enormous elephants. Yes, we’re celebrating the life and literature of Sir Terry Pratchett. So bring along your sapient pearwood Luggage, don’t forget your Wizzard hat and let’s get our fantasy on. But of course, if you’re not a fan of Terry Pratchett, don’t worry, it’s still the same GeekOut Bristol Meet you know and love! But this months competition requires quite a bit of detective work.
For full details on the next GeekOut Bristol Meet, read on!
That’s right! This is our fourth month running these events now; it’s time to get ready for GOVG’s next event, the Video Game Night that you’ve all been waiting for. Or, y’know, it’s another video game night where you can come along and play some multiplayer games with a bunch of GeekOut geeks. Oh and have I mentioned that we now have GeekOut specific emoji’s which I’m lovingly calling GOmoji’s? Well, there we are.
How to sign up?
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You can join us over on Discord – Feel free to hit that Check out this Meetup button to sign up, or just turn up if you feel like it. We’ll be announcing which games we’ll be definitely playing (so feel free to download them in advance) in a couple of weeks. This is an event for PC gaming, as sadly not many games are cross-platform yet. In the mean time, leave us a comment below or over on Facebook, Twitter or Reddit if you’re interested in knowing more about these events.
Our first one was pretty successful all around, I’d say. We had people coming along to play video games from all around the country, let alone from Bristol. So if you’re a fan of what we do here on GeekOut South-West, why not join our Discord group? What games do we have, what will we definitely play and what are you excited to play at this months GOVG – Video Game Night? Let us know in the comments!