Annoying NDA’s — Gaming with Noobs

Man nda’s are annoying I get why they exist dont wanna spoil things but you know how hard it is not to wanna share my weekend testing out a new upcoming game to help get eyes on it. The game comes from mad head studios and from wargaming the people behind popular free to play […]

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Cities Skylines — Gaming with Noobs

This is what I call the ultimate city builder management game and in my opinion, a million times better than sim city. of course all of this is just my opinion as always. in cities skylines you start with a massive piece of land to build your city the way you want maybe you have […]

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Ken Jeong: You Complete Me, Ho

Ken Jeong, or as most people know him as the guy from The Hangover. In what I believe is his first Netflix special and his return to stand-up he covers all sorts of topics from his decision to leave medicine and get into movies, what it was like being a doctor and even some stories from the road such as meeting Presidents.

The stand up is pretty funny but honestly, it is for a specific type of humor. For example, if you aren’t a fan of the self-deprecating and insult style you probably shouldn’t watch this one. It also is not for kids in any capacity, there is plenty of languages that they really shouldn’t hear. Best wishes and may the gaming gods bring you glory.

Dragon Quest XI Nintendo Switch

No there isn’t something wrong, yes it says Dragon Quest XI for the Switch and there is an 8-bit graphics picture. Why? Well because now confirmed for a worldwide release and will have the ability to switch the graphics to an 8-bit look. For more info check out The Verge. Best wishes and may the gaming gods bring you glory.

Ben Affleck “I’m not Batman”

For those that missed the memo, or are simply holding out hope that there is one more movie for Ben as The Bat, https://theplaylist.net/ben-affleck-not-batman-20190215/ reports that during an interview Ben flat out says word for word, “I’m not Batman.” Now, most of you reading this already knew this, but a few people out there were holding out hope, and I am sorry to dash your dreams. Best wishes and may the gaming gods bring you glory.

Subnautica (Ps4 and PC)

Subnautica is the rare game I played on both PC and PS4, not because I loved it that much I felt the need to buy it twice simply because I got it for free on PC so there was no reason not to play it. That being said, I do love the game. I am a sucker for the survival genre and admittedly Subnautica does it very well. The crafting system is easy to use and I never truly felt lost on how to build anything even tho the game doesn’t hold your hand.

The visuals are stunning but the PC version does have a few issues with textures popping in and out regardless of my system settings, and I know others have had similar issues even with better setups tho it is worth noting nobody I know with high-end setups has played it, they are all mid-range at best, the PS4 also does it at longer ranges while traveling. Neither is a major issue admittedly. The sound is also some of the best I’ve heard in gaming, and when you are deep down it can be outright frightening to be damn near blind but hear giant sea creatures all around you. This is where the game shines, as you will feel safe one moment and not the next.

The story, well I can’t say much without spoiling it, but you won’t struggle to find it, and it is worth finding. You will be tempted to simply survive and build stuff which is perfectly fine to do, but the story is worth seeking out. I can honestly give you no reason not to pick this game up on your console of choice, best wishes and may the gaming gods bring you glory.

Loving My Backlog — The Hannie Corner

As I have discussed frequently in the past, I have a bit of an addiction to purchasing games. At this point, if I stopped buying new content today, I probably have more titles on my backlog than I would be able to play in my life. While I am cutting down on how much I […]

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