I loved Advance Wars back in the day.
The thrill of high speed downhill bike riding combined with the danger of wiping out at anytime. Sounds fantastic! Hoping this game comes to console at some point.
For more, check out Lonely Mountains on Kickstarter.
A few weeks ago, I had the privilege of being interviewed while playing Move or Die with Jeremy Smith. Give it a watch/listen.
Well, I finally did it. I finally:
- Sat down and planned things out
- Scheduled a guest
- Edited (I may hate Audacity)
- And Posted
All that said, I would like to introduce you to my new podcast project, The Long Hall.
Take a listen to the pilot episode and tell me what you think in the comments below.
Edward Kenway, protagonist of Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag, is an unlikable gent.
Redeeming Qualities: ZERO.
I first encountered him when playing Black Flag on the PlayStation 3. The game somehow failed to capture me back then. Nearly five years later, I’m loving the game on the PlayStation 4. Well, everything but Edward. Here is to hoping that there is a redemption arc of sorts.
In another blast from 2013’s past, Tabitha and I started watching Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.. I remember starting this series, back in the day, and not liking it at all. Tone felt off, writing too earnest, etc. This time around, we are enjoying the popcorn action.
Which brings me to ask:
Is there a media series that you passed on originally but later came back and loved?
Man colds suck.
The snot. The fever. The inability to breath.
Rest is required.
Lots of rest.
Which means a day off from work.
Especially if your kid is in school.
The TV is all yours. The couch comfy and inviting.
Never mind that you feel like death itself has come. Your friends Netflix and video games have arrived for a visit.
You like them.
Frantic levels of new Shovel Knight content rule your day, in-between the naps.
Man colds are real.
Terrible, nasty, super cold-like experiences.
But a sick day, is a sick day; and rest is rest.
So why not enjoy it?
And relax like the best.
The Nintendo Switch Super Bowl Commercial came out yesterday. Showcasing the new console’s strength, playing games with others. This is Nintendo bringing back the feels from the playground Pokémon games of youth as well as the Wii era. Cooperative play at its finest.
I can’t wait to:
- Wake up and play Zelda in bed. My wife won’t mind…
- Punch my kid in the living room. Virtually, of course.
- Live out my western quick draw fantasies.
- Force neighborhood children to watch me and my son play a two player game of Mario Kart. Seriously, who needs more players crowding up the home TV.
- Discover new/rich friends who each have their own Nintendo Switch.
Will you be making the Switch?