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Stardew Valley For Nintendo Switch Launch Approaching Closer

Stardew Valley closer to Nintendo Switch release date.

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Stardew Valley For Nintendo Switch Launch Approaching Closer

Stardew Valley For Nintendo Switch Launch Approaching Closer

Nintendo Switch owners who been patiently waiting for the Stardew Valley port to the console are a step closer to the release date as Chucklefish’s CEO, Finn Brice, stated on Twitter that the version has been “approved,” and that the company is “working on finalizing a release date.”

Stardew Valley game across all platforms will receive a brand new multiplayer mode in 2018. The new mode will allow players to build up to three cabins on their farms, each of which can house a friend. These players will be able to do almost anything the main player can, including mining, foraging, taking part in festivals, and getting married.

The update will first be applied to the PC version of the game in early 2018 and then will be launched for the PS4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch version of the game shortly after.

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All in all this is great news that Nintendo Switch owners will soon be able to finally get a chance to play this awesome game. I own the game on the PS4 but feel it will probably be best suited on a console simply because it is a game I would like to play on the move.

The multiplayer update is another great feature that I hope has some level of success because that mode in particular will add a lot more longevity to the overall experience of the game.

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Sims 4 Getting expensive with DLC’s

Is Sims 4 on the console too expensive?

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Maybe its just me and maybe this has been happening for years in games but I am starting to think that DLC’s are becoming expensive.
If you follow the channel you will know that I been a huge fan of sims 4 coming to console and whilst I am enjoying the game I have seen the latest game pack surfaced and this has got me thinking that the overall game is starting to get a little expensive to keep up with all the expansion packs. Maybe I have been living under a rock and not paying too much attention but I am literally blown away by how much I may end up possibly paying to have the full experience of Sims 4 after all the DLC has been released.

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The latest game pack Dine out surfaced on the 9th of January and is available for 17.99 or 16.99 if you have EA access and whilst that might not be breaking the bank for some when you consider that the first DLC bundle which consists of City Living, Vintage Glamour Stuff and Vampires cost £45 or £40 with EA Access that is close to £60 and then when you add the base game then you looking at £100 so far for the full experience of the sims.

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Now I know what some hardcore fans will say that this has always been the case with PC version and some will say that this is what you should expect from a EA game but I am not gonna lie it has taken me by surprise that I have nearly spent over £100 on Sims 4 especially considering that I got the deluxe version on launch. Obviously I didn’t expect the DLC’s to be free but I thought that we may get a season pass or something for maybe £45 with all DLC and in my eyes £90 for the overall experience could be easily justifiable maybe thats me asking to much and being greedy but I feel by releasing the packs in drips and you keep buying I think it will hurt if EA brings out a complete version of Sims 4 for £45 with all DLC included. Whilst I am not completely sure what expansions will be 100% coming to consoles There is still Get to Work, Get Together and Cats and Dogs all possible to move to console plus not to mention the garage of Stuff packs and game packs which are currently available on the PC version so after every DLC and even the game packs and stuff packs are released god knows how much it will all rack up to.

As I am a fan of the Sims 4 n console and currently enjoying my experience this will have to be a expense that I will have to take on the chin even though it is leaving a bitter taste.

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Anyway peeps what do you make of the price for the DLC’s for Sims 4 console version do you think its worth it that you might have to spend close to £100 at this present moment to experience the DLC’s that are currently available. As I said I know that this is the case for PC version and I know that all games nowadays come with DLC’s that will rack up the price for the full experience but I rarely but DLC for game and usually if I do it will have a season pass that will be around £35 so most games that I tend to play or get DLC for will rarely exceed £100 but hey maybe I need to invest more into my games additional content.

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House of the Dead: Scarlet Dawn Coming in 2018

House of the Dead: Scarlet Dawn Coming in 2018

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As someone who rinsed The House of the Dead 2 on the Sega dreamcast nearly 20 years ago and whilst I haven’t really been the biggest advocate for the more recent house of the dead games in the series I did get a little excited to see that the Japanese arcades will be treated to House of the Dead: Scarlet Dawn.

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There isn’t any confirmation about a western release yet but after seeing the barrage of images that has been posted on the official website for House of the Dead: Scarlet Dawn has got me optimistic that this game would look pretty dope on the PlayStation VR if it would ever surface on the console. I don’t own a PSVR yet but I believe a game like this would certainly make me think that now is the time to own one.

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Overall I think its great to see a game like this appearing in the arcades over in japan as it brings back that excitement that the arcades generate when a new game hits the arcades. I feel where house of the dead is concerned whilst we haven’t received a new one for a little while and whilst I personally didn’t really follow the series confidently since House of the Dead 2, it would be great to get a few more on-rail shooters over in the west. The likes of Gal Gun which was well received and I can only imagine that House of the Dead: Scarlet Dawn would have such a great impact.

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Anyway peeps what do you think about House of the Dead: Scarlet Dawn and the arcade machine looks pretty dope.

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Is Nintendo Labo Worth Buying

Is the new Cardboard game Nintendo Labo just a Gimmick?

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Nintendo Switch owners was recently treated to a look at a new experience for their hybrid console with the reveal of the Nintendo Labo. The idea of the Nintendo Labo is to allow you to physically craft items using cardboard to play the games that comes with the specific pack that you purchase. Some of the games involve activities like fishing, playing piano, racing a bike, and becoming a massive robot all with the aid of cardboard and your joy—con controller and onscreen instructions from you Nintendo Switch.

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There are 2 bundles that are currently available for pre-order. First up is the variety kit which comes in at £60 in the UK and then you have the Robot Kit which is around the £70 mark.   Both bundles I have placed more details in the description for those who want to read up on the specifics.

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Both bundles will be available on April 20 in the US and Australia, or April 27 in Europe. A separate, $10/£9 Customization Set includes stencils, stickers, and colored tape to help you design your Toy-Cons.

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Overall I am always a fan of new ideas to make playing games more creative and I do love the idea of being able to construct various components to play each specific games. My main issue is that the novelty of something like this might not last for that long and considering the price tag I feel that for me personally this might be something that will be an expensive dust collecting equipment simply because after a couple of hours of me playing around with this I will get bored.

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I understand that this is probably more geared towards the younger generation of gamers and will certainly be fun and pretty cool for them to learn whilst playing game but I just hope that for that price the cardboard itself is pretty sturdy rather than after 6 months the cardboard becomes fragile after continuous folding but I guess Nintendo do always aim to put out quality products that should hopefully be long lasting.

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