Sunday, March 18, 2018
This article by Gamesradar is the best comparison to these two games. Skull & Bones focuses on graphics and just ship warfare, while Sea of Thieves includes treasure hunting and teamwork. I think both of the games will be awesome but I'm leaning more towards Sea of Thieves. Let me know what one you're thinking about buying in the comment section.
I'm not sure how many of you had the opportunity to play the final beta for Sea of Thieves last week, but it was amazing! My friends and I all stayed up until 3-5 in the morning Friday and Saturday nights. The thing that makes this game so fun is the teamwork that's needed, especially during ship battles. The big ship with a four man crew is very hard to do. One person has to sail the ship, one person is adjusting the sails and dropping anchor when we need to turn, the other two are firing cannons to sink the ship. We even designated the person who adjusts the sails to patch the ship and drain water and one person on a cannon to shoot themselves to the other ship to drop their anchor. As far as the game play goes it was extremely fun. The only hesitation I have to buying this game is there is no progression. You can only change your appearance as well as the appearance of the ship. You can't make things better or stronger, which in my opinion is a huge lacking part of the game. If you want to see the game play for yourself watch my Mixer streams. My gamer tag is Dey turk r jubz, feel free to add me especially if you don't have enough friends to make a full crew.
Friday, March 9, 2018
As a huge Call of Duty fan I have recently been switched to Battlefield because of the route Call of Duty went with future warfare. I did buy COD WW2 but I still wasn't impressed. I'm curious what you're thoughts about the new COD are. If you don't want the new COD, I'm curious, would you buy it if it came with a remastered version of COD MW2?
Discussing this may be like beating a dead horse but it's something I've been wanting to write about. Recently half of my friends including my best friend switched to Fortnite. I on the other hand hate Fortnite. I understand why he especially started playing it because he played way more PUBG than I did. At first I really liked Fortnite but that was because PUBG hadn't been released to Xbox yet. The thing I like most about Fortnite is you can build your own base anywhere you're at. I don't however like anything else about the game. I don't like the shooting mechanics or the cartoony graphics. I do like the fact that is a finished game and doesn't glitch or lag like PUBG. Graphics to me are one of the more important things about a game and that's why I prefer PUBG. I like that it's realistic. My friends complain about the graphics of the game but that's because they don't have the Xbox one X like I do. Their systems can't handle the game. I also prefer having real weapons in the game instead of made up ones. In the end they are both great games but it depends on what you look for in a game.
Monday, February 12, 2018
This one could be a heated debate but I'm curious as to what your opinions are. Ever since the original Xbox came out in 2001 there has always been a debate on which controller is better. My first two consoles ever were the PS1 and the PS2, I've had a fair amount of time to decide which controller is better. In my personal opinion which honestly should be everyone's opinion because it really is a fact, is that the Xbox controller is better. I say this for one reason only and the only reason that matters, it's more comfortable. Even the navy uses Xbox 360 controllers for drones. If the fact that the world's most advanced military uses them and that doesn't change your opinion then I don't know what will. However I think the PS4 controller has done some revolutionary things. For example the use of no batteries and it adds an interactive portion to the game. My brother plays GTA V on PlayStation and whenever he calls someone or the police are after him the sounds come out of the controller. I thought that this added a cool aspect to the game. But in the end the PlayStation controller feels like it's for people with tiny hands and you feel like your hand is going to cramp. Comment below what your opinions are and don't forget to hit that follow button on the right!
Assassins Creed Origins has been my favorite game of the franchise so far. The story for this game was amazing they put a lot of thought into and made the game valuable for me. Games are pretty expensive, this was a nice way to feel like I got my money's worth. I put almost 90 hours into this game in about a month. The thing that impressed me most about this game is how beautifully made it was. As you'll see in the link up above there a couple of walk-throughs of the game and you'll be able to see how artistic and elegant this game is. Ubisoft put so much detail into this game and that's why it did so well. If you haven't played this game I highly recommend it but just know that it will suck your life away until you beat it.
Saturday, February 10, 2018
When this Xbox came out I was ecstatic because over the past few years people have been talking about the PS4 and how it has the best graphics, etc, etc. As an avid Xbox fan I have been super annoyed because there hasn't been much of a difference between the Xbox and the PlayStation. Even when Xbox put in a 4k Blu Ray player and allowed you to watch 4k streaming as well, people said the PS4 pro was still better because it slightly upscales games to 4k. The thing that I love is Microsoft basically said,"I've had enough of this shit." Then they made the most powerful console of all time, allowing native 4k and true 60 FPS or frames per second. Now the only thing PlayStation has over Xbox is that they currently have better exclusives or video games only for that console. The next two years we will see who comes out on top because there is a rumor PlayStation is making a console to compete with the Xbox One X.