Archive for Video Games

How To Keep Online Gaming Safe for Your Kids

Image source


Video gaming used to be a strong ‘no-go’ zone for parents. But that was many, many moons ago before parents started becoming more and more interested in the many benefits that video gaming can offer children. If you are still sitting on the fence here are some of the best methods and tools to ensure that you are properly monitoring your childrens video game activity and that you are encouraging the best kind of video play. Read more


Techin’ Home Entertainment Back To Basics

advanced tools

The realm of home entertainment has seen immense progress over the past 20 years. Subsequently, the possibilities are undoubtedly greater than ever. However, it has become increasingly complex too. Given that maximum enjoyment is the target, many people find that simplicity is king.    Read more


Turning Yourself Into A Retro Gamer (The Authentic Way)


While so many people talk about the gaming revolution that’s happening right now, can we go back in time and remember a bygone era where games were simpler. And by simpler, I mean more complicated. Though it’s now classed as retro, the games of the late 80s and early 90s were much harder to complete, and I thought that it was just the fact that I was younger and had a less developed brain. But no, after trying to complete Streets Of Rage 2 on medium, I really struggled my way through. So, here is your guide to getting retro’d up! Read more


Nintendo Switch Is The Best Selling Console In The US Right Now


Is it a handheld device, or a categorically a console? Nintendo’s latest hardware release is going for the amalgamation selling point. Well, for a handheld piece of technology, the graphics are sensationally good; some have argued that they’re on par with regular consoles like the PS4 and Xbox One. Portable and light, it’s a nifty little pack n’ go kind of luxury. But, it’s also ideal for the home, transitioning seamlessly into a traditional console. But like every ‘jack of all trades’ concept, because it’s not dedicated in either role, you may ask, is it any good?

Photo by – BagoGames

Success rate

Although the Nintendo Switch is primarily sold as a portable console, the average price is retailing the product higher than an Xbox One and the Playstation 4. You might say, that it’s a newer product and so, expected to be priced higher than products which have been on sale for a number of years already. This means that even though Nintendo are marketing it as a mainly portable console, the price is that of a home-based console. Read more


Your Guide To The Ultimate Gaming Setup


If you’re a gamer, then you know how important it is to get fully immersed in the experience. Accepting any old makeshift setup just isn’t going to get you the best experience. Which is why you ought to think about creating a full-fledged game station for yourself. If you can dedicate a whole room to it, excellent. If not, you can still benefit from the tips below that will you gaming more comfortably, more engaged, and more in control than ever. Read more


WWE 2K17 Game is Better than Ever Before Holiday Guide 2016


Over the years as a family we have enjoyed the WWE 2K series. My kids especially have enjoyed it and played every one. When we received the WWE 2K17 to check out we all were ecstatic and could not wait to try it. I allowed my daughters to try it out first and they were pleasantly surprised how much better this one is compared to last year. Do not get me wrong, they loved every series they have played however, they missed some of the aspects of the game that last year did not have. With that being said, 2K sure has made up this time around!  Read more


WWE W2K16 is one Game you do not want to miss with Largest Roster Ever

*Holiday Guide 2016*


Every year for as long as I can remember, my children have been a fan of the W2K series. Every Christmas I buy the new W2K game and we play for hours. This year we had the chance to try W2K16 and it is better than ever. With the largest roster ever, you can use and play over 120 different characters including Seth Rollins, Diva Paige, Undertaker, The Rock, and many many more. Since last year’s game, there have been improved controls, a new reversal system, new pin system and chain wrestling improvements. Players can enjoy an action-packed story-based mode letting gamers relive more than 25 iconic moments in Stone Cold Steve Austin’s career, including matches with Bret Hart, Shawn Michaels, and The Rock. Along the way the player can view video packages featuring classic WWE footage and complete objectives to unlock legendary characters, entrance and ring gear, match types and other cool unlockable gear. Read more


Rock out Like a Rockstar with Guitar Hero Live Ps4

*Holiday Guide 2015*

Christmas is just in 3 weeks! Better get all that shopping done so you have time to relax and spend time with your family this holiday season. Especially on Christmas morning kids are gonna want to play with every toy they got, and if they opened the new Guitar Hero Live! Read more


Telltale Game Minecraft Story Mode and Giveaway

*Holiday Gift Guide 2015*

Have you ever heard of episodic games? I have played many episodic games from Telltale and I have become quite addicted to playing this style of a game. Telltale Games and Mojang have collaborated together with the members of the Minecraft community to take Minecraft to a new level. In this 5 part episodic game set in the world of Minecraft, the series bring new characters and familiar themes. Read more


Play Games for Prizes at Betway Bingo

How many times have you wanted to go play bingo out with your friends and you cannot seem to escape? I know I have many times and with four children it is not always easy. I recently discovered this online bingo site that is pretty neat and you can earn prizes! One thing I like about playing in my own home is I can wear whatever I want and play bingo in my pajamas with my hair a mess and no one will care. With technology being advanced today, we have this wonderful luxury of playing these games on our computers and phones. Read more

Tricia's Treasures