Something for the Weekend– launches!

Wednesdays– they’re rubbish aren’t they, not anymore: not now we can all toddle off to www.RodentWeekend.com every Wednesday and kill our mid-week blues with inspiration for great weekends of movies, games, music and whatever else we can hawk off it!

Every Wednesday each of our selectors picks five bits of weekend entertainment stuff, reviews their choices and then links each to a cheap, reliable place on the web to get it from– initially amazon and Firebox.

It’s about focusing choice for the benefit of action– it’s easier to choose from five things than it is to choose from five-thousand. Our selections mix cracking new releases with missed-out classics, unexpected bargains and stuff we just fancy playing, watching, reading or listening to that coming weekend.

We’re not claiming to be guru’s of good taste either– we’re ordinary punters and the stuff we select is up there because people like us, well, they like the same things. There’s five of us and we hope visitors might find their own favourite selector amongst: Rockwaldo is the eclectic post-metaller, Koworld is the hide-on-the-sofa thirty-something, Obtuse Russ hates everything, Tightwad is brilliant at sniffing out classics at bargain prices and Dr. Sellout is a lying, cheating no good corporate shill.

Punters will visit www.RodentWeekend.com on a bored Wednesday hoping to find something good to look forward to and we’ll deliver on that expectation– every week. Simple as that.

Notes for Editors

Rodent Weekend is part of the www.WayoftheRodent.com games magazine read by 100,000 every month

More background on Rodent Weekend can be found at http://www.rodentweekend.com/about.asp

For further information

Please contact Richard Hammond - Email: koworld@wayoftherodent.com Telephone: 07971 600 936


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