With over thirty years of knowledge and patience in the gaming world, I believe it's time to impart some "wisdom" into the world. I have been privileged over the years to see a particularly fast evolving branch of technology. Its advances and applications are spread wide and far but one of the most common is in video game culture. Familiar names like Atari, Sega, and Nintendo filled mall arcades and home consoles. I was a child of the nineties myself and had the 32-bit Sega Genesis and Super Nintendo and while they were great at passing the time and entertaining the mind I was never truly impressed with their graphical or technical achievements.
NBA 2k20 was a highly anticipated game because I loved NBA 2k19. Admittedly I only really played the career mode of the game. I'm also basing this whole review off of the career mode of 2k20 as well. I have played quick games and generally they're very similar and I didn't find too many differences but then again I'm a casual gamer. As a casual gamer 2k19 made more sense than 2k20.
After a couple yielded dates due to COVID-19, the Sony PlayStation 5 was finally referenced. Each gamer is in glad to the point influencing for two or three minutes after the presentation of the bleeding edge comfort and astounding games. The PS5 comfort comes in two groupings: model UHD blue-bar plate player and another asserted change support.
NBA2K20 was released August 21, 2019. It was one of those games that seems like they never change anything besides “updating” the graphics. So for years I haven’t bought the new version of the game I loved playing as a kid with Kobe Bryant and the Lakers. When Kobe Bryant passed away this January I thought it was finally time to play the game again.
The most effective player in FIFA 20 isn't Messi neither Ronaldo, but Monaco striker Wissam Ben Yedder
It has officially been 25 years since the original PlayStation launched, it’s time to remember the evolution of the PlayStation and its incredible impact it has had on our virtual experiences as we relay the Top 10 Most Popular PlayStation Games of All Time.
Did you know we had almost 200 days of Nightwave Intermission 2?
My personal story with Street Fighter II starts back in 1991. At the time Street Fighter II:World Warrior had just come out for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES). My friends were all into it and I was excited but couldn't afford to play with them at the arcades. I didn't particularly see the appeal to the game but I was young and impressionable.
I was born in 1983. It was still rare to find someone with a gaming system in their home. My parents had a Kalico Vision & Atari. I spent a lot of time playing Pit Fall as a toddler. This was my first time with electronic games as a form of entertainment. Then my parents bought a Nintendo system. I remember being over the moon about it as far as there being color and such. We had the cartridge that played Mario Bros., Duck Hunt & Olympics(The grandfather to pad style controllers). I played all three of them and loved the slight upgrade of them. It was a huge leap for me as a young kid. My dad wasn't home a lot as he was a fireman at the time, but when he was we would play video games together.
Welcome readers. Today I will be talking about the future of gaming and where I think its going. Now I’ve been a gamer for most of my life. I’m currently 24 years old and I have been playing video games since I was about 5 or 6, as I’m sure a lot of other people have as well.
Resident Evil Zero is actually a pretty old game. The series had started back in 1996 with the original Resident Evil on the original Playstation. It was eventually ported to the Saturn. Then we had a number of sequels to the franchise.