Press "Enter" to skip to content

Posts published in November 2018

Red Dead Redemption 2 Review: The Game of This Era

The video game industry has never failed to surprise its consumer’s demands. Whether it was the first commercial video game launched in the early 1970’s or the latest technologically advanced games like Red Dead Redemption 2, Spider-Man, Battlefield V, God of War, the list just goes on and on – video games have even redefined the theory of VR (virtual reality).

Red Dead Redemption 2 Game Review

It may sound diabolical, but it is certainly a game worth getting excited about. Created by the developers of Grand Theft Auto V and Red Dead Redemption, this game is an interpreted simulation of America’s revengeful heartland. The storyline encompasses the American life of 1899s and involves two gangs – Arthur Morgan and the other Van der Linde. Stealing, robbing, gun fires, legendary cowboys – the player must engage in a thrilling journey to seek victory. Arthur Morgan – a compassionate gang leader, struggles to uncover a truth behind a mysterious sequence of events. During this game of hide-and-seek to reveal the unfathomable death of a fellowman, Arthur has to not only fight another gang of Van der Linde but also has a task to instill trust in his men and women of the gang.

Why is Red Dead Redemption 2 Game Interesting to Play?

1. The technology used in this game brings life to each character, the environment, as well as the constructions displayed in the game. They are so real! It is absolutely a level up of its predecessor. Red Dead Redemption 2 also surpasses expectations for people who have been playing Grand Theft Auto 5.

2. Besides providing the most interactive virtual world game, Red Dead Redemption 2 offers the player with a chance to flatter or appease anyone literally in the game.

3. Unlike the predecessor, Red Dead Redemption 2 attempts to create a life-like experience, makes the player enjoy the game more. For example, before you fire a bullet, you have to holster the weapon.

4. The creators have created the storyline to pass on certain learnings to the player. The main character – Arthur Morgan is a well-dressed and well-behaved guy and maintains a friendly appearance even though he is a gang leader. It teaches us that it doesn’t matter what business you are in, your outer appearance must be neat.

Bad Points in Red Dead Redemption 2

1. The overall storyline is quite discouraging and has a dragging end.

2. The protagonist of the game – Arthur Morgan, is not shown as a young, and tireless chap. He is quite sluggish in his movement, and this also slows down the performance of the player.

3. The players do get access to an orderly and uncluttered weapon inventory, however picking up the
right firearm when needed is not always a well-planned structure in the game.

To summarize it all, Red Dead Redemption 2 is one of the most desired games of this season. With a well-structured storyline, a take on the Western lands of America, a tale for all generations, this game can certainly meet the expectations of a gamer. Buy now on PlayStation Store for PS4 or Xbox One on Xbox Store.

Review Score:

Best PlayStation 4 Family Games: Top 8 Games You Must Play On PS4

Although the majority of flagship titles are geared towards teenagers and adults, such as first-person shooters and RPGs, there are a lot of hidden gems you can play with your family on your PlayStation 4. These are games wherein you can have a family-friendly activity on your day offs and holidays.

Rayman Legends

Through years, Rayman has been a well-known childhood favorite game. Even though it looks quirky and cartoonish, this legend is an art of its own. The hand-drawn art emphasizes the immense 2D action, and of course, an awesome soundtrack to go with it. With co-op play with over 120 levels and rhythm-based challenges, you can play with your kid or your significant other.


With stunning visuals and an amazing soundtrack, this game will capture any child’s or adult’s attention. In this adventure, you play a silent protagonist with a red-hooded figure, and you start a journey that involves walking, flying, and sledding through various scenarios in a very cinematic trend. As you go through this journey, you might just get emotional in every step towards the end.

Overcooked 1 & 2

Do you remember the days when you used to play Cooking Mama and Diner Dash? Overcooked combines the fun and the crazy in this cooking game. The game lets you play with up to 4 players to cook a meal in the kitchen. You can play chef, but if you don’t have teamwork, anything that can go wrong will go wrong.

Ratchet and Clank

Have you seen the Ratchet and Clank movie? If yes, then forget it. Just play the game, and you will have a blast with it and make you forget its movie counterpart. When Ratchet and Clank was released for the PlayStation 2, it climbed its way to the hearts of gamers with their charming characters and great action and design. Now with enhanced graphics in the PlayStation 4, Ratchet and Clank have new gadgets and weapons to play with. This game is fun for both new players and old fans.

Lego Dimensions

You can see legos everywhere. Now, you can also play it on lots of gaming consoles. You can now play everyone’s favorite building blocks on the PlayStation 4. With the Starter Pack, you can have a gateway to build, Gandalf, Batman, and Wyldstyle minifigures. You can also buy additional packs for stories based on films like Back to the Future, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, and The Simpsons. Just like the original building blocks, its game counterpart is just as limitless.

LittleBigPlanet 3

With cute characters and no given objective, you can play lots of hours with your family with this game of unlimited possibilities. While the majority of the game involves solving puzzles, you can also create your own characters, levels, objects, and try them out. They also give you the option to share them with your friends and other players online. From their previous titles, they have included new characters other than Sackboy. Another plus is if you own both of the previous installments, you can use its downloadable contents (DLCs) in the game.


Whether you’re a kid or an adult, you’ve heard of this game. It may be from your gaming community or your child; this game has become popular in just a few years of its initial release. In this game, you can build your own world through pixelated objects. If you get bored of playing by yourself, you can call your family to help create your world, or to make things more exciting, you can play Survival Mode to take out the Creepers.

Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy

Do you remember playing this game as a kid? Now, how do you feel like playing it again in a remastered version, which means high-definition graphics and sounds, on the PlayStation 4? While this is remastered for the modern system, it’s still the same game with additional difficulties, which will have you and your family up to those challenges. There is a new character, new time trials, and new leaderboards, so there are more ways you can enjoy this version.

From childhood favorite to new games, the PlayStation 4 offers a lot of family-friendly games you can play for any age. If you own any of these games, then you’ll be sure to have a great night with your family, even with your friends. If you own Sony’s console, then you can bring the whole family together for a fun-filled game night.

The Media: Why Trust Them At All?

Based on this last election cycle, I’ve come to the conclusion that people say that don’t trust the media, but their dominant opinions are still formed by the media. Remember the video of people who could tell you that Sarah Palin’s daughter was pregnant but could remember one Obama idea? It’s kinda like all Americans are above-average drivers. Americans believe themselves to be above-average informed while simultaneously distrusting the media. They know they’re being deceived and manipulated, they just believe the deception while believing they’re not believing.

The mainstream media doesn’t deserve the trust. Right now, CNN and Charles Johnson of LGF continue to argue over what is essentially Palestinian propaganda passed off as news. Ed Driscoll goes through the history and names the stories, huge stories the media was wrong about:

But if the jury is still out on that clip, let’s take a video look at news from this decade that we know conclusively was botched, including:

  • The New Republic’s Danger Man, Scott Thomas Beauchamp.
  • Reuters’ Picture Kill fiasco.
  • Former CNN chief Eason Jordan claimed US (and Israeli) troops targeted journalists For assassination–but was surprisingly cool about working with Saddam Hussein.
  • Hurricane Katrina and the “Echo Chamber in the Superdome.”
  • Document Dan Rather.
  • Jayson Blair.
  • And the grandfather of ‘em all: Walter “Boom Boom” Duranty.

And this doesn’t even touch the most egregious form of media manipulation: what the media chooses to not report to you. For example, do you know how Barack Obama got his seat in the Illinois Senate? Why did it take the National Enquirer to break the John Edwards story–imagine if he’d have been a Republican Presidential candidate cheating on his campaigning wife who was suffering with cancer? Have you heard, nationally, about Chris Dodd’s involvement in the regulation related to the housing crisis while benefiting personally from the regulations? Have you seen the Palestinians using their children as shields during the war in any news coverage?

It’s not just misreporting, it’s what’s not being said at all that’s the danger. And maybe the bigger danger is that people will just believe everything because trying to keep up and filter is overwhelming. Or, they’ll get cynical and believe nothing. The whole system relies on a certain amount of trust.

The media shouldn’t exclude itself from criticism. Please. They sell their product on the back of hype and fear-mongering. It is to their competitive advantage to keep everyone frothing. And then, they’ll turn around tomorrow and tell the American people how the stimulus bill destroyed, destroyed I tell you!, America.

The hypocrisy would be comical if the side effects of the delusion drug weren’t so costly to a free republic.