Just woke up to TONS of amazing Yakuza 6 news on Twitter! It looks as if Yakuza 6: The Song of Life will launch on PS4 in the North America and Europe on March 20th, 2018. Not only that but there seem to be two bundles going up for preorder soon… First up is this awesome “Launch Edition” that comes with the game and a … Continue reading Yakuza 6 Launches on 3/20/18!!!
What do you think of when you hear Sonic the Hedgehog? For me, it brings back memories of playing Sonic 2 on the Genesis, sitting on the living room floor, screaming at the TV with my siblings. Sonic Mania has brought that memory to life, sitting on the couch with my husband, screaming as we try to defeat Eggman!
You know that part in The Matrix where Neo is moving so fast that it looks as if time is just standing still? That part where he’s bending his body back to avoid the bullets rushing past him as the camera spins around showing their path through the sky… SUPERHOT VR takes that moment we all had when we first saw The Matrix and said to ourselves that we wish it were real and puts you in the shoes of “The One”.
In my family, mini golf is a past time. When we go on vacation, we make a usual point to stop at an interesting course and have some competitive fun. Infinite Minigolf for the PS4 promises to bring that pastime outside of the sphere of our vacations and into the living room for us to play, whenever we feel like it.
Oceanhorn – Monster of Uncharted Seas was originally developed for iOS devices back in 2013 and has been ported over the years to other consuls like PS4, Vita and now finally the Nintendo switch. The game starts with you, the unnamed protagonist, waking up to find your father has gone off to defeat a monster named Oceanhorn. With your dead mother’s pendant glowing and leading you to find a weapon, the story unfolds to reveal that something evil is going on in the world around you. Continue reading “Oceanhorn – Monster of Uncharted Seas Review (Nintendo Switch)”
I’ve had a Nintendo Switch since launch and well over 90% of my play time with it has been on the go. That said, a functional, durable, good looking case was on my shopping list well before release.
You guys remember a short while back where I showed off my awesome WaterField 3DS cases and told you they were looking for input on some upcoming Switch designs, right? If not, click here for that story and then get excited as the design looks to be final for the Switch CitySlicker Case! What’s better you ask? Well, pre-orders are going live tonight at 6pm PST! … Continue reading WaterField Switch CitySlicker Pre-Orders Open Tonight!
WaterField is making not one, not two but three different cases for the Nintendo Switch and I’m pumped because they’re taking input from their customers on how to design them! For those of you who haven’t heard about WaterField, they’re a San Francisco based company that makes durable, high-quality bags, cases, sleeves and other accessories for all types of tech. I personally own two of … Continue reading WaterField Is Taking Input On Switch Cases!
As we sit in the final week of the year, it’s time to look back and reflect on everything I’ve put my hands on throughout 2016. There’s quite a mixture of things to run down in my list and at least one good suggestion for any reader out there. Sit back, relax and judge me as I run down my top 10 games played in 2016. … Continue reading 2016 Year In Review – Shannon’s Top 10 Games
2015 has been a year filled with new things for me and my family. I got a new job that has allowed me to spend more time at home and subsequently more time playing games. I also picked up a PS4 which is new as I’ve always waited till a system was “on it’s way out” to pick it up on the cheap and have an extensive library of games to play. As the year has drawn to a close and I’ve spent weeks thinking over the good times, you are about to read the list of the best times. These are my top ten games of two thousand fifteen.
Before 2015, I hadn’t played a Guitar Hero game since Guitar Hero 2 on my PS2. I was a late adopter of the PS3 and plastic instrument games were on their way out of the market. Guitar Hero Live has been a great surprise to me though by adding a new button layout and old school MTV like service that keeps me interested every time I pick up the new guitar.