Published on December 25th, 2010 |
Merry Christmas from Nave360.com
Merry Christmas from all of us at Nave360.
We really hope you get what you want this christmas, and we hope you really enjoy christmas with your family, as that is what christmas is all about.
But don’t forget about your friends either…. And don’t forget about us either!
Here are christmas messages to you, from the staff, also telling you one of their highlights of this year:
“Happy Christmas! This is Seb, founder of Nave360. While you many not see me during the day, you also won’t see me during the night. My Job is to keep Nave360 up and running by doing all the behind the scenes type of work. 2010 have brought us some amazing games like Mafia II, Call of Duty: Black Ops, we’ve also seen Red Dead Redemption and let’s not forget Assassins Creed Brotherhood. But games are nothing without the console, so for me, the highlight of the year is the new Xbox 360 with Kinect.” – Sebastian Gorgon
“Merry Christmas everybody from Charlie and I hope you have a wonderful new year. I’ve loved working on Nave360 and I hope you have all enjoyed reading my reviews and watching my videos. I am so surprised on how much you guys enjoy them and I really hope I can make many more in the future! The biggest highlight for me over the past year would have to be Alan Wake and Red Dead Redemption. Alan Wake was just intense for me and made me love it all the more. Red Dead Redemption made me think twice about Rockstar games, so it proves how games can change peoples opinion. I look forward to seeing you all in the new year!” – Charlie Murray
“Hello, this is Ben from the Nave360 team, and I would like to wish you all a fantastic Christmas and a happy new year. Ever since we launched a few
months ago, our site has been growing better and better, and I hope you’ve been enjoying reading our content. Gaming has had a fantastic year in 2010, and my definite highlight of the year has to be Mass Effect 2, which only caught my attention a month before it’s release, and I still love the game to this date. Here’s to a 2011 full of gaming antics and corpse teabagging!” – Ben Gray
“Happy Christmas to all the Nave360 readers out there! It’s been a good year for us as a new site but we hope to continue providing quality articles for your eager little gaming eyes to feast upon in 2011. This year has been great for gaming with the release of huge blockbusters like Halo: Reach and CoD: Black Ops and other great titles like Mass Effect 2 (yes, it did come out this year!) and Red Dead Redemption which became a surprise smash hit! So enjoy your Christmas holiday, eat some lovely food, play some amazing games and bring in 2011 with a bang, be that a headshot on Reach or a thud to the floor after one too many glasses of mulled wine!” – Daniel Brookes
“I’d like to thank all our Nave 360 regulars for your support this year and I’d of course like to wish you guys a Merry Christmas and a happy new year! I hope you find all the gaming goodies they wish for under the Christmas tree tomorrow. I’m looking forward to working with you guys some more next year and let’s hope the releases will be as action packed as they were last year. The highlight of last for me had to be Halo : Reach, the game that dragged me back from World of Warcraft to my Xbox 360 and made me stay. While I may have got over my Halo phase now, I still enjoy the occasional doubles game and it’s by far the easiest game to sit down and play. Despite being at fault for developing my sudden urges to scream everything twice down the mic, “Rockets Rockets!”, without Halo Reach you can be fairly certain I wouldn’t be sitting here writing this for you. Merry Christmas and I look forward to tweeting some more in the New Year!” – Arran France
“It’s that time of the year again, Christmas. Stores are filled to the brim with people, parties are taking place everywhere, little kids are going to bed all excited about Santa Clause. It’s also a great time for gamers. It’s our chance to get the games we want without having to fork over our own money. Hey, games are expensive, we can’t possibly pay them all on our own! I remember, many, many Christmases ago, when my parents got me a PlayStation 1. Oh how happy I was. I also got an extra controller, and the Crash and Spyro games. Me and my brother played nonstop and we loved every second of it. That is just one of the many happy X-mas memories I have. To all you gamers out there, I wish you a very happy Christmas, and hopefully when you wake up tomorrow, those games you so desire are lying there under your tree, waiting for you to pop them into your systems.” – Gabriel Castro
Merry Christmas Everybody!