Fathers Day is a time to celebrate those unsung heroes: the fathers. That parent who makes sure you know right from wrong and is always willing to get their hands dirty. The unwavering granite that you can always rely upon. Today however, I’m not just here to talk about any old father, I’m of course here to discuss MY father. So, without further ado, I give you 5 things I love about my father.
If there’s one genre of game out there that really needs to be taken down a peg, it’s zombie games. Slow and dumb AI is met with overdone jump scares that really aren’t impressing anyone out there. Whether you’re going it alone, as in the Resident Evil series, or team up with a group of survivors, via the Left 4 Dead games, there’s nothing more tedious than having to deal with an onslaught of never-ending undead enemies. If all that wasn’t enough, you have to deal with the campy and underdeveloped stories in these games as well. With that, let’s go over the 5 Things I hate about zombie games.
Everyone love to talk about which gaming console is their favorite. Comparing systems to decide which is best is something natural for fans, but that’s not what I’m here to talk about today. I’m not claiming that any one home console is any better than the other, in fact I love them all for different reasons, but I want to take a few moments today to acknowledge a few of the things that I love about my PS3.
Everyone has traditions that they follow every year. Some people like to visit certain locations, eat particular foods or listen to a favorite song. Several of my traditions, as you might have guessed, involve video games and I’d like to share five of them with you right now.
Often when I’m riding the rail to or from work, while I’d love to be gaming, it’s much easier to just listen to some tunes. You might, at this point, be asking what kind of music I listen to during my commute. I’m here to tell you that, while I often listen to a variety of things, my favorites are usually songs from video games. Here are five of the ones that I crank the volume up all the way when they come on. I’ve included links to each song on the title, so feel free to give them a listen and hear for yourself.
With every big system launch, there’s always a line to stand in. If you reserved the console, your place in line isn’t as big a deal, but there’ll still be a bit of waiting associated with the big day. So, the question becomes, what do you do while waiting to bring home your new piece of technology? This is a question that I will need to face tomorrow morning, so here are 5 things I will be doing while in line for the Wii U tomorrow.
Nintendo has a home console hitting store shelves fairly soon and I’m getting pretty excited about the whole thing. Nintendo is all about innovation and fun, so their new system is packed to the gills with great new features. Without further ado I bring you, in no particular order, five things that excite me about the Wii U.