4/20 mean its time to break into God of War, or maybe you have an insatiable love of cardboard. if so Labo is the product for you!
Paper Cuts and 4K
What a crazy day in the video game world yesterday On 4/20. On one side you had ultra 4k graphics. The other side, you had people building cardboard pianos and robot suits. The great thing about this is that, no matter what end of the console war you land on, people were able to come together and celebrate video games. It was fun to see twitter filled with pictures of people opening there God of war PS4. And all the people diving into there kits of labor. 4/20 was a day that people could finally put preference aside to just enjoy the thing we all love, video games.
What one did you pick up yesterday, God of war, or Labo? post your pictures of your pickups to the Q4P twitter
Also, you can check out a full unboxing of both Labo kits with Sheldon
It’s 4/20, you know what that means… It’s Nintendo Labo Day! I received both the Robot Kit and Variety Kit and tear into both to see what they contain.
Nintendo Labo Robot Kit
The Labo Robot Kit will be a massive build. It contains almost as many sheets of cardboard as the Variety Kit, though it is all for one set. The box contained the cardboard, the addition rubberbands and straps, and the Robot Kit game. The back of the box shows off the Toy-Con as well as some gameplay, and the game looks to be more than I had expected. It looks like as you play you will be able to customize and upgrade your robot, almost in an RPG sort of way.
Lets Mix It Up: Labo Variety Kit
The Labo Variety Kit contains all the different cardboard assembly for the different Toy-Con that we have seen. Also in this box as well there is a bag containing the different rubber bands and small pieces for assembly, and of course the game. These builds will be quite a bit shorter than the Robot kit, but the games will also be lesser than the Robot game. That still doesn’t take away from what it is. This kit is very intriguing to me and I cannot wait to dig into it.
Whats To Come
One Interesting thing I noticed while Unboxing Nintendo Labo, was that at the top of the box they’re numbered. The Labo Variety Kit is Numbered “Toy-Con 01” and the Robot Kit is numbered “Toy-Con- 02”. This leads me to believe that Nintendo is planning to release more of these kits. I am guessing that the Variety kit and Robot kit both will receive addition kits with more to build. These addition kits will be patched into the games as free DLC with the purchase of new kits. Then down the road, we will get new kits and Labo games to experience. Did you pick up Labo? What do you think of it? Let us know in the comments below, and as always don’t forget to share! Sharing is Caring!
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Here we are, In a Devious Dungeon
Devious Dungeon is a 2d Platformer dungeon crawler by Ratalaika Games! The concept of the game is so simple! The whole game is based of the player trying to get through randomly generated levels where in the player fights monsters! Finds collectables! Breaks stuff!! In each level there is a key that the player must find in order to unlock the exit!
Simplicity is the Ultimate Sophistication
It seems so simple! And that’s the beauty of the game its that simple! After you have completed three dungeons in a row! You are given the chance to upgrade your weapons! This is essential as there are many levels of the dungeon! With each passing level the mobs that appear hit harder and are harder to kill! Which adds depth to the game! With every 15 levels there is a pre-set boss that are engaging and make it worth you’re while getting to them. The game finishes once you get to floor 70! However, its not that simple to get there!
So the positives are
- Great Visual appeal
- Randomly generated levels
- Great upgrade system!
With all the praise I can muster about this game it does however have some negatives; They are:
- Can sometimes be seen to be grindy
- Due to its pick, up and play style can doesn’t have a lot of depth
- Some monster’s attacks are impossible to avoid
- Repetitive the more you play
With every game comes its negatives and it shouldn’t subtract from the game! Because it’s a great game for that pick up and play style type of gaming! Don’t expect big things! But expect to have fun for the little amount you have to pay of $7.99, £7.99. it’s a game everyone should buy and enjoy!
PLAY OR PASS??
Reviewed by: Joseph Hehir aka JoeySplats
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Welcome to the Battlezone
Today Rebellion announced that Battlezone will be playable on May 1st, also that it will be fully playable with OR without a VR headset, on PlayStation 4, Steam, Oculus, and now… Xbox One!”
The best news of all, however, is that it will be coming to the Nintendo Switch, there is no release date as of yet for the Switch. One thing that I have to do is tip my hat to Rebellion because, they will be upgrading everyone who has already bought Battlezone, to the gold edition for free. The gold version will include, Classic mode, all released tank skins, bobbleheads, and horns. Check the trailer out below; this game looks like it will be a hit.
Fortnite on Switch not if but when
Your first question might be, I thought Epic didn’t like Nintendo. I would say that’s not correct, first Nintendo has always had underpowered consoles, so they would not be able to run the Unreal engine. Then people would argue the WiiU could have ran Unreal engine 3 but, at the launch of the WiiU Epic had stopped supporting it, and had moved on to unreal engine 4. Nintendo has worked close with epic studios in Japan to make sure the Nintendo switch would be capable to run one of the most popular gaming engines. A great example of unreal engine 4 running on Switch is Rocket league, the engine is able to easily scale the game for docked and handheld.
The first three weeks Fortnite was available on iOS pulled in 15 Million dollars, and that is crazy to think about because it was on an invite-only access. According to CNET, the Nintendo Switch had sold 14.8 as of January 30, 2018. that seems like a lot of money on the table for the people over at Epic to get a hold of, I know for myself I play Fortnite on my Xbox, but I have not spent a dime on the game, if it came to the Nintendo Switch, however, the wallet would be open, in the end, its only a matter of time before Fortnite comes to the Switch, I would say if I’m a betting man that it will be an E3 2018 announcement