This past weekend Treyarch released the multiplayer beta for the latest entry in the Call of Duty series, Black Ops III. The beta was originally going to be released only to those who had pre-ordered the game but after the first two days the beta was unlocked to all Playstation 4 owners. I quickly downloaded it and got to playing!
Sorry to trick you, but this isn’t about an obscure Friends episode. It’s about blowing up stuff…virtually.
I am a fairly skilled gamer, and while my kill to death ratio in most games is not in the positive, I still manage to pull off a couple of (what I think) are some cool moves. Thanks to the wonderful recording function on the PS4 I now have the ability to share these rare moments of awesome when they happen. In this case, my opponents meet their end by ignoring the dangers of grenades. Enjoy!
1. Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare
2. Watch Dogs
Heads up, a little bit of NSFW language in this one.
This last week I was able to take part in the beta for Bungie’s upcoming game Destiny. After playing, my excitement for this game skyrocketed as I played through the first few missions. Unfortunately I was only able to play for 3 days of the 10 day windows, but I was able to level up my Hunter class Guardian to the level 8 cap and get a good sense of how the game was going to operate. Continue reading “Countdown to Destiny”
What a way to start a new blog huh? Write three posts and then don’t post anything for over a week. Great way to keep the readers interested. To fill you in and make up for the gap, here’s a recap of the media I’ve ingested lately:
Hands down, my favorite genre of music is soundtrack. I love soundtracks because they bring back the emotion of the movie, game, or show every time I listen. As video games have become a more advanced entertainment medium, their soundtracks have evolved from synthesizers to full orchestras. Even accomplished film composers Continue reading “Top 3 Video Game Soundtracks of 2013”