There have been a few times lately that I’ve looked over at the Pokéball Plus that came packaged with my copy of Pokémon: Let’s Go Eevee! and considered picking the game back up again. Until that time, Porygon will remain trapped inside.
There’s something incredible about spending tens (or sometimes hundreds) of hours with a fictional world for it to then illicit a genuinely strong emotional reaction from you.
In celebration of Pokémon: Let’s Go! (as well as my oft-hidden enjoyment of the Christmas/Holiday period) I decided to do something that until now hasn’t been as easy as turning to a virtual assistant and simply asking: “Hey Google, play “Pokémon Christmas Bash”.
You’ve probably already heard about the many things that Pokémon: Let’s Go! changes about its gameplay formula considering its simplified presentation of traditional Pokémon games, but due to the very nature of its lightning-fast catch-’em-all gameplay its overall difficulty leaves a lot to be desired.
Every now and then you run into a chunk of free time. Sometimes you might have an exorbitant wait on a delayed flight. Maybe you’re stuck with no way of avoiding an 8 hour car journey.
Having played some ARMS over the weekend (and probably watching way too many Jimpressions, too,) I decided that I would have a crack at doing an initial impressions video of the Global Testpunch.
You find a phone. You aren’t entirely sure where you found it, or what compelled you to pick it up, but you have it now.
You may remember Cube World. I... Think I do?
And then suddenly there was a room full of them. Arms, stacked THIS high!
UPDATE: Lilith have released a small statement regarding the cancellation of the project on their Facebook page:
It’s really strange how Nintendo (and equally ourselves) can hype up their products and software so grandiosely and excitedly, only for all of that hype and excitement to die equally as suddenly only days later. Miitomo is no exception.
With Virtual Reality just around the corner, the battle between Oculus Rift, HTC Vive and PlaystationVR is raging on. Comparing specs and prices between the three headsets, it’s easy to assume that the Oculus and HTC Vive will offer the superior visual experience over the markedly cheaper PlayStation alternative.
Not too long ago, I was nonchalantly browsing through Facebook, when I happened upon a video (below). Its description read “No music, just pure straight-six eargasm.” My immediate reaction was “This is exactly what I need right now.”
Hey guys. I don’t really know why, but my personal blog (viexi.kinja.com) seems to display my posts from oldest - newest - A little useless for anyone who clicks on it for any sort of updates.
Some things affect us more than others.
Tally ho, Internet! Did you know it’s still possible to download P.T.? If you, like me, lost P.T. due to changing your PS4, the PS4 harddrive, or maybe if it just straight up deleted itself, check out the video below!
Is anyone here into Shibari rope bondage? Alrighty then.
Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain on PC has seen its release date come forward from September 14th to September 1st, bringing it in line with the console release dates.