It’s been years since I enjoyed a video game like Crossy Road Castle. Apple Arcade is a lot of fun. So, I’m sharing that excitement with the world. It continues with the second part of the gem quest. In this part of the adventure, you can learn how to unlock the Prince from the Unihorse Castle. A video guide is available on Photics.TV (YouTube). 🤴🏻 How To Unlock The Prince In Crossy Road Castle — Unihorse Castle (All Five Gems + Achievements)
Happy Labor Day, a day to not work and play video games. To celebrate, a new video was launched on Photics.TV. 👧🏽 How To Unlock The Ultra Annoying Schoolgirl In Crossy Road Castle Construction Tower — All Gems! The idea is to create a series of videos about unlocking the hidden characters in Crossy Road Castle on Apple Arcade.
30 of the 40 games for the Sega Genesis Mini have been announced. It looks like Sega is working really hard to making this retro console the best it can be. With games like Wily Wars (Mega Man 1, 2 & 3), Streets of Rage 2 and Earth Worm Jim, I’m already looking forward to the September 19, 2019 launch date. Not since the Dreamcast 9/9/1999 launch – two decades ago – have I been excited about a Sega system launch. Although, with 10 game announcements to go, Sega has a tough decision to make. What to do about Michael Jackson’s Moonwalker?
There’s been something of an ethical dilemma that’s been battling in my brain. Are video games moral? Is it nothing more than a waste of time? If so, wouldn’t it be sinful for developers to create such games and to profit from them? Is this profession nothing more than assuming the role of a digital drug dealer, where the youth are compelled to play again and again? Fortunately, games like Streets of Rage 2 remind me that video games can be good.
Nintendo has some hubris. The Nintendo Switch is slated to be available on March 3, 2017 – for $299. That puts it against the Xbox One S and the PlayStation 4 Slim. Worse, these two competing consoles can be found for significantly less money than $299. Direct from Amazon.com, it’s about $20-$30 cheaper. That’s with a bundled game. The problem is even bigger than that. Why buy a toy when you can get an iPad? The iPad Air 2 was recently on sale for $275. Games are fun, but sometimes you need to be productive. With so many choices, how does the Nintendo Switch fair against the competition?