By Edwin Velez
Need For Speed does not release for about another month, but that won't stop Ghost Games and EA from building up the hype. The new gameplay video highlights the gorgeous visuals as well as a whole bunch of customization options. It looks like they are ramping up to be on par with the Forza series, at least visually.
Need For Speed has long stood out as the champion for the street racing genre, but after recently dull entries a reboot was much needed. The fresh reboot releases on November 5th in the U.S.
By Edwin Velez
Another week, another episode of the Fallout 4 video series. This week highlights Charisma. Personally this is my favorite stat, as I love being a silver tongue devil that can talk his way to the top. Watch below!
By Edwin Velez
I've been dicking around with buying AA batteries and replacing them for almost a year of owning my Xbox One. I should have bought a charger the day i bought it, but im dumb dumb dumb. I went to Best Buy to check out what they have have. I've seen the docks where you set the controller on and the plug and plays. The one that caught my eye is the Best Buy brand Insignia battery charge station because it has two slots for rechargeable battery slots and came with two batteries. Its pretty nice, as it fits in the USB port on the side of the console. It also gives you a USB slot to make up for it. The charge station has two lights that turn amber when charging and white when charged. The batteries slide in the controller and you can put the cover on if you want. I found it to be a pain in the dick when the covers on so i keep it off. The positives is it fits really nice and flush on the side of the console i like the bonus USB. Downside is that replacing the batteries is kind of hard to fit in the and the cover doesnt fit when the batteries are in.
Overall, I like the charger, I'd recommend it. 4/5
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Spring Breakers is pretty much a shitty movie.
The main character played by James Franco is an up incoming rapper who is modeled after Riff Raff the rapper. There also is three girls i dont remember their fucking names, ones Selena Gomez shes pretty hot in it, the other 2 are pretty hot too. but anyways. The three girls are in college and have dreams about going to the beach for spring break, but their all poor. They deiced to get hood as fuck and rob a diner to get enough money to go to spring break. They get to the beach and party and some how meet riff raff. he is pretty funny, but he repeats diffrent phrases through out the movie like "SPRING BREAK FOREVERRRRR" or " All are special " or "Yall some sexy bitches". One of the best parts of the movie is where Riff raff talks about all his "shit" or when he plays a Britney Spears song on the piano. Turns out he is actually a rapper / drug dealer. He than gets into a turf war with GUCCI MANE. gucci mane does a drive by on riff raff with the girls in the car and hits one of the girls. Selena says fuck this and goes home because she isnt a ride or die bitch. Riff raff than goes to get revenge at Guccis drug palace. They take a boat there and then the get off the boat and riff raff gets shot one time and ties it was very fucking lame. But the 2 girls end up going in and killing all the gucci henchmen and kills gucci and the movie ends.
This movie was kind a funny but it sucks
It is like only 2 dollars at walmart dvd box if you got 2 dollars to throw away buy it
By Lee Marcussen
I want to update the blog with these regularly, and well wouldn't you know it I missed the release of Perception. Catch it, as well as the newest episode "Endurance", below. This series is absolutely great and I hope they do more post release!
By Edwin Velez
Here is our first ever episode of Breakdowns and Brews. The low video quality sucks, but we are working on getting some new equipment. In the meantime check it out and let us know what you think. We are doing a giveaway too, which can be found in the videos description!
Hey everyone, Edwin here. As you may have seen on Twitter we have been talking about expanding more into streams and videos. On Saturday 9-19 we will be starting a brand new show on Twitch called Breakdowns and Brews. A lot of folks go to Twitch to not only be entertained, but to make a deciding factor on whether or not to buy games by watching live gameplay. The show will be short and sweet, giving viewers the low-down on the hottest titles all over a friendly beer. We will save the streams and post them to our YouTube page and create a playlist so you can watch old entries. The first episode will cover Mad Max, and air at 7:30 p.m. eastern time on Twitch and run for roughly 30 minutes.
Lee meanwhile is planning on regular casual streams Sundays through Thursdays at 8:00p.m. eastern time. These can also be viewed on our Twitch page and will cover whatever he is playing that not, complete with his colorful commentary. Long term wise we are looking into developing more videos and growing the fanbase as a whole. Lee is investing in some gear here soon like an El Gato capture card amongst other things, and I will follow suit when the necessary funds are more readily available. Some changes to the site will come here shortly, with a restructured review page, more consistent review schemes, and a dedicated page for our video content. If you have any suggestions either on some good affordable equipment or video content you would like to see in the future, drop them in the comments below.
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The game takes you through a day in the life of Octodad, opening first with his marriage to start things off. We come to find out that he has been very secretive in his relationship, and is quick to avoid his deep sea past. His wife and two kids love him for him however, and suspect nothing. His dialogue with them is great, as he speaks in blurbs that are translated in the subtitles. The banter and awkwardness is lighthearted, coming off naturally funny. As you live the life of a Dad, you must pull off day to day actions with grace and poise. This does not come easy for an Octopus. Each level has progression goals that follow a natural order of actions like "Make Coffee" or "Mow the Lawn". Read More
By Edwin Velez
With the two of us working hard to deliver reviews, it was inevitable that we would eventually play something we both wanted to write on. Thats where the Head-2-Head reviews come in. We created a specific guideline to follow where we both can be on the same page and length for a review, and bring them together in a unique way. Our Head-2-Head reviews cover 5 aspects; Scope, Gameplay, Visuals and Sound, General Appeal, and Replayability. Running roughly 600-800 words, our reviews are placed side by side to follow a general flow. Things we agree on are highlighted in green, while opposing thoughts are in red. Each of our personal scores are displayed, with the most common average being the sites official score. We hope you enjoy this unique style and look forward to bringing you more in the future. To read our first ever Head-2-Head review, head over here. If you have any questions or comments, drop them in the comments below!
By Edwin Velez
I remember it like it was yesterday. Sophomore year, easy homework and 4 hours or more guaranteed time to myself on xbox every night. This little gem called Borderlands was coming out soon, and I did not exactly understand it. I watched videos that displayed a cell-shaded style that I did not quite like, numbers flying everywhere as bullets were shot, and it all just seemed so absurd. But then I kept looking into it deeper and deeper with each outing of Game Informer giving me more of the details I wanted. Four player Co-Op, RPG elements, and bazillions of guns. I was sold, but not many knew of what it was. I picked it up the day it came out and burned through a dozen quests or so and stopped. I immediately texted some classmates and convinced them to pick it up, and I did not play until they did. A week later, it was more than worth it. To date the original Borderlands is still one the best experiences in a cooperative sense I have ever had. We were dedicated comrades who only played together, playing for hours on end and never straying from the pack. I didn't even bother creating a second file because I knew I would only want to play with them. Through the main storyline and all the dlc, it was us four toughing it out and splitting up caches. Tight controls, over the top action, hilarious writing, and just a generally fun time held this wonderful game together. It just worked so well within its universe, and never took itself too seriously. Its open world, as well as its dangerous inhabitants, were all varied and diverse. Borderlands even gave us the great Claptrap, who is all but unofficially Gearboxes mascot not. It is no wonder it has since spawned two sequels with a third in the works, and even has an ongoing TellTale episodic series that switches up the dynamic. The original followed 4 vault hunters as its predecessors mostly have, and was essentially the story of a ragtag group banning together but with their own goals. Its only downfall was that its large dusty world felt alarmingly lifeless when no action was going on, especially without friends in your party. Borderlands could have easily been a sleeper hit that spawned no sequels had the masses not found it, but they did, and Gearbox now has one of the most popular properties under its belt. I can not wait to see what they do with current technology and only hope I can find the time to play it like I used too.
By Edwin Velez
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