I am a video game collector, it's a hobby I am rather fond of in fact. Anything from the 8-bit era and onward I have interest in. Check out my YouTube channel for gameplay, count down videos, review, and a few somewhat original videos as well, all of which are game related! www.youtube.com/yieldtomato
Not a lot of games anymore can get me as invested as this series, and specifically, this game.
I bought my PS4 at launch and have purchased a nice handful of games since then. None of the new games though have been able to keep me involved long enough to pursue the Platinum Trophy.
What game has managed to make me chase the Platinum, it's a game that has been out for nearly 20 years, has a prequel game as well as sequel film and sequel game. If you haven't figured it out yet, that game would be Final Fantasy VII.
I've found myself playing more steam games lately, and I've been enjoying myself more than expected.
I haven't posted in a while, blogs aren't my highest priority.
I've bought some humble bundles, a few games on super sale, and some games I really wanted to support.
One game I wanted to support is RWBY: Grimm Eclipse, which is based on the 3D anime web series by Rooster Teeth. I love the show, and I'm happy to say I really like the game. It is in early access, but it successfully combines the hack and slash Dynasty Warriors style game play with the objective campaigns of Left 4 Dead.
I'm giving away a custom Legend of Zelda NES!
For those that know me on a more personal level, I enjoy playing games with friends and uploading them to YouTube. I generally have only done one video a week, sometimes more, what with work and regular life taking up much of my time. In an effort to drum up some additional subscribers I am doing a giveaway for a custom Legend of Zelda NES with a color changing LED lit trifore cutout made by my friend that owns a local game store. Here is a link to my giveaway video:
CUSTOM ZELDA NES GIVEAWAY!
I have some fairly rare games I've been playing and some more unique videos coming in the near future, hopefully in the next two months even.
We all know where this is going...
It's quite obvious that developers and publishers prefer digital sales, almost entirely because they continue to sell retail games at $59.99 to the consumer, but the consumer has nothing to show for it aside from less space on their hard drive. With no manufacturing cost for discs, covers, cases, distribution, and so on, it is clear that digital is the best way to support the companies, as they get a much higher return on each sale. Working electronics retail has shown me the mark up on these product and many publishers(if not all) don't pack and ship to stores themselves, so there is cost for distributors, after all is done the developer only gets somewhere around $25-$35 for each $60 game sold, varying depending on the publishers cut of coarse.
Survival horror is kind of a big deal right now, or at least itís growing in interest
Iím sure others have done similar blogs or rants, but Iím going to as well.