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- Insane Labz Energy Drink Review - January 21, 2017
- A Gamer’s Memoir: The Initiation – How my Squad Came to be - January 17, 2017
Disclaimer: This is not a paid review. Our writer bought the product to see for herself as a gamer looking for a healthier alternative to coffee. In that, she was given a code for anyone to use to get 20% off on their products using code: ANDRO20
I profoundly envy the exclusive breed of human beings that do not require any type of energy boost to conquer their sleep demons. I am guilty of staying awake to continue gaming longer than I should, as most of us are, and I wake up with the burning desire to emit myself into a retirement home. There are many times when I would come home too exhausted from my busy day to even game. There were also times when a strong cup of Joe did not get the job done, which resulted in me indulging in MULTIPLE energy drinks and supplements to keep me from quitting my job, dropping out of school, and moving into a secluded cave upon a mountain. (I can’t be the only person that has ever considered that.) After giving up and choosing to rely solely on coffee, my close friend Joey A. introduced me to this product created specifically for gamers and students.
Maybe it’s too early or 2017s preemptive trolling me, but being able to play 2 great games back to back? Maybe I’m pressing my luck. What else should we expect from Sega’s infamous Yakuza series? Yakuza has been a smash hit in Japan since its first installment. Once again a new Yakuza game comes in 2017 kicking ass and taking names as well as setting a pretty high bar for future 5/5s in 2017. But honestly what else would you expect from Sega’s epic kickass saga? Well, get those piggy banks, ready folks, because Yakuza 0 is most definitely worth every last penny!
There is a new game in town for the Xbox One and Steam Marketplace from Adult Swim Games and Super Awesome Hyper Dimensional Mega Team. Rise & Shine is a new style of the puzzle, platformer shooter genre. You play as a young eleven-year-old named rise living in the world of GAMEARTH where there is a war going on. Soon enough rise runs into a downed warrior who gifts him with Shine, a wise cracking gun that comes infinite respawns. It is up to him to save his planet from the evil of Nexgen. It is up to you to think and shoot your way through each level dealing with different environmental hazards, robots, grunts and the occasional zombies. Take up and shine and direct your eyes to our video review below.
Is it 2017 already!? Hey, guys, I know it’s been a minute since I last saw ya! Let alone my last review. 2016 sure flew by quickly and dragged a mixed emotion of gaming high lows. From the mood crushing SFV, delightful surprise of Odin Sphere, Glory of KOF14, and the over the top sheer disappointment of FF15 (that’s a rant for another day) the only thing on my mind is new year new games! And what better way to kick off the new year with a little groove? I can’t remember the last time I played a Rhythm game? Can you? Show of hands here people. Well for all you with your hands down Japan’s favorite Vocaloid and her crew are here to start your gaming year with a beat! Hatsune Miku: Project Diva Future Tone is no doubt a good way to kick off your 2017 game campaign!
The Spartan, the hero to Mankind against the Convenient, Flood and many other oppositions fighting for the USNC. It came down to one lone Spartan, a survivor of the Fall of Reach known as Spartan 117 or Master Chief, but known as John to Dr. Halsey. Damn, that legacy was a great adventure and Kuma has been part of that game adventure since the beginning on the original Xbox. But, when Bungie left Microsoft 343 Studios took over and I was okay with it at first. Then I started hearing the sorrows of my fellow halo gamers. Now thanks to my friend Mr. Kimmelman for gifting me with a fixable Xbox One. I picked up the Master Chief Collection and teamed with Unlovedhomie, was gifted a journey through Halo 4. Let’s check it out.
War is not as glorious as most people are led to believe. Yes, you may fight for a cause that will benefit your country and the civilians within it, but at what cost? Losing friends, family members and hell at times your own home. Now I am not a soldier, but I respect those that have been in combat and fight for our country. Playing these video games for years seeing the many different stories of what these warriors have to deal with and how it affects their mind brings a connection to want to respect their struggle. Battlefield 1 takes us to World War 1 and we get a look into different chapters dealing with different soldiers in land and air. First off we have a quick one minute review to get out the basis of Battlefield 1.