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
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.
Today we were shown an all-new trailer for NBA PlayGrounds 2; Saber Interactive boasts this installment of NBA PlayGrounds 2 features a new season mode, playground ranked mode, 200 current, and retired NBA superstars, PlayGrounds 2 also hosts further improvements as well like all new character models and animations.
Check out the trailer above, and let’s get ready to hit the PlayGround together. NBA PlayGrounds 2 releases summer 2018; it will be available on PS4, XboxOne, PC and Nintendo Switch
Tesla VS Lovecraft is a top down, twin stick shooter. Nikola Tesla has just uncovered his ability to harness the power of electricity. A fiction writer by the name of Lovecraft gives him a stern but mysterious warning. In short, he tells Tesla not mess with what he doesn’t understand. This leads to an all out mech war between the two men. You play as Tesla defending against the onslaught of fantasy creatures from Lovecraft’s mind.
Tesla VS Lovecraft – Choosing sides!
Tesla is your main character. One of the main issues I had with this game was that I wanted to play as Lovecraft and control his hordes of literary nightmares. Unfortunately, the game only allows you to play as Tesla. This is a huge misstep in the game because had they gone the extra mile to include a Lovecraft side, there could have been a great vs multiplayer mode. Instead, the game chooses sides for you.
Tesla VS Lovecraft – Great Improvements!
When I first opened the game, I didn’t know what to expect from it. The opening cut scene immediately grabbed my interest. When the first level started, I audibly groaned. The last twin stick shooter I reviewed for 10tons was Jydge. I lambasted some of the options of that game on the podcast because it felt too much like a mobile game in ways that it shouldn’t on a console.
I am happy to report that every criticism I gave that game was improved in Tesla VS Lovecraft. Tesla VS Lovecraft doesn’t use achievements to open new areas of the map. The game doesn’t give you pointless tasks that require you to play the same levels repeatedly. You get a full experience that you can just go right through.
Tesla VS Lovecraft – Play or Pass?
Tesla VS Lovecraft is a great option for you no matter where you play. The game is available now on XBOX One, PS4, and Nintendo Switch. You won’t get bored playing because every experience will be new and fresh.
Tesla VS Lovecraft for XBOX One, PS4, and Nintendo Switch – PLAY!