Two hours spent in a game that could last forever...
O, the wailing of the fans when Elder Scrolls Online was announced! Would populating the beloved land of Tamriel kill the excitement of being a renowned and solitary adventurer? After spending two solid hours exploring the small Bleakrock Isle in a demo of Bethesda’s upcoming MMO, I can assure you that it feels like an Elder Scrolls game even though there are countless sorcerers, thieves, and warriors running around with you.
A great tragedy has befallen PixlBit. Through the instability and craziness that is technology, all previous episodes of Push Start to Continue have been lost. This calamity not only affects the denizens of PixlBit, but is considered a great loss to humanity as a whole. We are all a little worse off because of it.
Finally, we can watch television on our televisions.
In this edition of Push Start to Continue the boys don’t spend any time at all talking about the newly announced Xbox One and Microsoft’s “One Device to Rule Them All!” market strategy…wait, that’s actually the opposite of what happens here.
SELECT YOUR CHARACTER!
So, you’ve picked your game and are ready to jump in the ring, but you don’t know where to start. Thankfully, this problem can be solved with the simplest of concepts – favoritism. It’s something that we as people naturally do when it comes to anything we enjoy, and fighting games are no different. When it comes to selecting a game to play, the biggest draw is usually something that you personally find interesting. This also goes for the characters you select to play as. In most cases the character you elect to dedicate most of your time into directly ties into your overall enjoyment of the game. So naturally it’s best to go with what you like.
Not only is pizza better with Kinect, it renders all other ordering methods obsolete.
In this edition of Push Start to Continue Jesse talks a bit about the PixlBrew experiment and just a few impressions of his experience with BioShock: Infinite thus far. And many games are discussed, like Star Fox 64 and its rumble pack, Soul Hackers, Professor Layton, Luigi’s Mansion and more! And, of course, we couldn’t help but discuss how pizza delivery is better with Kinect.
Ever wanted to learn how to get good at fighting games? Well here are some tips!
Fighting games can be some of the most intimidating games out there. Whether it was back in the arcades where every victory relied on your hard earned money, or today where playing online unprepared can lead to some embarrassing losses. Though a tough nut to crack, fighting games can also be extremely rewarding.
Wait, what did you say?
This week’s episode of Push Start to Continue is all over the place. Mike finally finishes a bunch of games over the weekend, Jesse succumbs and upgrades to the 3DS XL, they both share thoughts on the next Xbox, SquareEnix’s sales forecast folly, and that new Batman game. Plus Mike gets all lovey on BioShock: Infinite (in a spoiler free fashion) and Jesse reveals his game of the generation.