Posts Tagged ‘Xbox One’

Hey guys!!! This week I show you how to unlock the Eagle Eye achievement and the 5 secrets in the level The Sea.

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Hey guys!!! This week Erik, Kelly and Steve battle through a super storm, shoot robots and ride a destroyed boat into a subway station as we play Call of Duty: Black Ops III.

Hey guys!!! This week the gangs all here so witness our awesomeness as we fly through the skies above Hoth and knock down some ATAT Walkers on Tatooine as we play Star Wars Battlefront.

Hey guys!!! This week we play Star Wars: Battlefront, Walker Assault mode.  Watch as we fight the rebel scum for the glory of the Empire.

 

Hey guys!!! This week Erik and Steve are back at it in Black Ops III Co-Op. Prepare yourselves as they learn to use their minds to control robots.  It’s pretty cool.

Hey guys!!! This week Erik shows you where the Calcified fragments are in the Founts. Enjoy

Hey guys!!! Welcome back to part 2 of our Destiny play-through. Erik, Kelly and Jason defend the last Warmind Rasputin in their ongoing campaign against the Darkness.

Hey guys!!! This week Steve plays Slender: The Arrival while Erik and Kelly watch. A few things you have to remember when traveling in the woods: 1 bring a damn flash light, or steal one from an abandoned house with creepy drawings on the wall, 2 always follow that bloodcurdling scream and 3 record everything but when your electronics start going crazy make sure you turn around and walk calmly away.


Hey guys!!! This week Jason shows you how to make a button work as a lever in Minecraft. Enjoy

What you Need:
2 Buttons
3 Blocks
3 Redstone Torches
2 Redstone
2 Pistons

Dying Light
Published by: Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment
Developed by: Techland
Platforms: PC, Linux, Playstation 4 and Xbox One

Reviewed by: Jason Spear

Dying Light is an open-world survival horror game. It was released January 2015 and developed by the creators of Dead Island. Where Dead Island was rough around the edges with sub-par graphics & many flaws, Dying Light delivers a crisp and clean gaming experience, which allows this beautiful open-world game the ability to draw you in like few games can.

The game begins with the player parachuting into what looks like the Middle East. Once you land, you can’t even catch your breath before getting attacked by humans. If that’s not bad enough, you are then bitten by a zombie (mmm brains) then saved by two people from one of the last good places around.  You wake up days later in a small community that’s trying to survive in this undead wasteland. The first time you leave the confines of safety you quickly realize just how big this world really is. Minutes turn into hours as you lose yourself in this world, killing zombies in a variety of ways, that are actually believable. But you’ll just have to play the game to find out why you haven’t turned into a zombie yet.

Dying Light has a lot of side quests as well.  These allow you to help other survivors with their problems, sometimes netting you some decent rewards like weapons and cash. The main story is better than most games with twists, turns, and an ending that makes the whole game that much better.

I recommend that you give Dying Light a chance. The developer clearly spent a lot of time polishing this game into one of the best games of 2015.

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