Party Hard: Beautifuly Brutal Fun

Party Hard for Nintendo Switch

Could Ya Quiet Down!

It’s time to Party Hard, and get down with another Q4P game reveiew! You’re an annoyed neighbor praying for some peace and quiet, but the quietness never comes. So you decide to take matters into your own hands, and kill them all! Tiny Build has once again nailed down solid, addicting, fun gameplay in Partry Hard. In Party Hard you take on the role of the annoyed neighbor that goes on a killing spree, ending each party one at a time.

Beautifully Brutal Fun

Sheldon Benedict

Brutally Fun Gameplay

The idea is simple, you show up at a party and you kill each guest. The gameplay may be simple but Party Hard will have you slaughtering people in all sorts of creative ways. Your character has one attack, but the levels are full of environmental traps to further your massacre. For instance some levels may have a keg or drink bowel that you can spike with poison which will start taking people out slowly. You can knock someone of a roof, or push someone into a fan all effective methods of taking down the party.

But before you turn into a straight up Jason Voorhees, you need to plan your attack. If someone catches you in the act they will call the police. They will also call the 5-0 if they see a body. The cops will come to the party to bag bodies. If you are called out as the killer, the fuzz will chase you. You can outrun them, and they will give up, but when they come back, they will be harder to shake.

Outside guests that show up at the party consist of firemen, EMT’s, FBI agents, and your friendly local arms dealer. The salesman, who reminds me of the “Whatcha buyin'” guy from Resident Evil 4, will show up from time to time and will hook you up with an item to aid you in your mission. There is a whole bunch of things that you can get like poison, smoke bombs, and more. 

The levels in Party Hard will change every time you restart a level. This will keep you on your toes looking for a new way to take people down. Layouts stay the same but the objects that aid you like beer kegs, punch bowls, grills etc, will change.

Bag The Bodies and Party Down

Party Hard hits so many notes right that make it a must play, especially on Nintendo Switch. It fits the handheld nature of the switch where you can pull it out and kill time (pun intended). With that said, I really do hope that Party Hard 2 will come to switch. It is a game I’d recommend playing with the sound up or with headphones. The music really upgrades the gameplay. Its catchy music that doesn’t wear out while you play. The game also has a story that unfolds as you play, if you’re into storylines. Party Hard will have you coming back for more for a long time. I truly recommend grabbing this game if you haven’t already. Tiny Build keeps pumping out gems like Party Hard and has me super excited to play the squeal.

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Games with Gold

Games with Gold for August

Up first for the Xbox one available August 1 is Forza horizon 2 then on August 16 the awesome siege sword fighting game For Honor will be available.

For the Xbox360 on August 1 will be Dead Space 3. I haven’t played any of the Dead Space games so I’m looking forward to this one the most. Lastly on August 16 Epic Mikey 2 will be available.

All of these titles are a free download as long as you have a current subscription to Xbox live Gold. Over all I feel like this is a really good month for games with gold.

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Looking back at E3

E3 2018

Looking back at E3 2018 after all of the major conferences. I can say that in the moment going through the trenches of emotions and fanboy pride. People said something’s to other members in the community they didn’t mean. I’m also sure sometimes we couldn’t open our minds and try to see things from a different perspective. I am a part of this guilty party and I am also sure a lot of you are too. After taking some time to look back and reflect on each conference. I came to the conclusion that we can all find something to be happy about and also things we can be disappointed about. At the end of the day we should learn to be happy for one another. We should learn to be happy with other people even if we are not excited about something. This is becoming harder and harder for people to do. Especially in this social media age. Where everyone thinks they are writing for a major video game editorial publication. In this day and age people think it’s the negative narrative that creates clicks. That is true, but I feel that it is up to us the video game enthusiast to lead the charge and focus on the positive. I am extremely happy for my PlayStation friends who got to see Last of us 2. They were able to see that the game does look good and it also has all of the feels that make you drowned in a sea of emotions. There were also people really excited about the new resident evil 2 remake. That’s not for me but I’m happy they got that game. For my Xbox friends I am over the moon for them that they got to see that Xbox has a clear path for the future. They are on the road to the top of the gaming industry again. Then there are the Nintendo friends of mine. I am happy that the Smash community is getting a great technical smash again and that even casual player will be able to enjoy this as well. They were also surprised with a awesome looking Mario party game. In the end we love video games and we should be happy for one another. Because at the end of the day it doesn’t matter what plasticity box we buy we’re all looked at the same when people find out we like video games. “You like video games. Aren’t those for children. “

Battlefield 1 first DLC is free for Xbox one and PC

Battlefield 1 first DLC pack is free

If your playing Battlefield 1 on Xbox or PC your in luck. EA/DICE are giving away Battlefield 1 first DLC pack away for free. The only catch is that you need to be an Xbox or PC player. Sorry Sony no free stuff for  you.

They shall not pass was Battlefield 1 first of four DLC packs offered for Battlefield 1. In this DLC you will get access to.

Four new maps, the Trench Raider elite class, six unlockable weapons, two additional Operations and the Frontlines mode.

You can download this free DLC for Battlefield 1 by going to the Xbox marketplace and through origin on the PC.

From now till June DICE will be focusing on long-term balancing of Battlefield 1 before there all-new game mode Shock operations is live. This mode will give access to five maps currently unavailable unless you have premium DLC pass. Those maps will only be available in Shock operations game mode

Xbox at E3 2018

The underdog

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To be truthful, I am not expecting anything to great from Xbox this year at E3, in all honesty, there are a lot of people thinking like this. Some might think that it would be a bad thing for Xbox, not me. This year could be the year that Xbox takes everyone by surprise, who knows what kind of games they have waiting to be put on Gamepass, also there are rumors going around 4chan, some of the rumors that caught my eye were, a possible Halo reboot, Metro exodus, the last night, shadow of the Tomb Raider, cyberpunk 2077, anthem, splinter cell and Boarder lands 3, the thing about all of these game “leaks”  is that they are listed as having market deals or are only able to be found on the Xbox. If Xbox plays its cards right E3 will be theirs for the taking .