Parents Press Play & Friends 175: Fracture Your But Whole

This week on Parents Press Play & Friends Kaleb & Josh talk about: Update on IGN and Dan Stapleton's Prey Review, Destiny 2, Splatoon 2 Story Mode, amiibo Piracy, Zelda on Smartphones, Bloodborne 2 at E3?, Gwent Public Beta, future Final Fantasy Remasters, Scalebound, Phantom Dust, Halo 6, Alan Wake, Binding of Isaac, Fracture Your But Whole, Half-Life 2 VR, Turtle Beach Recon Chat, Waterfield Design Multiplayer Pro for Nintendo Switch, Alien Covenant, Star Trek Discovery Trailer, The Witcher Netflix Series, Once Upon a Time Cast Shakeup, Walking Dead Never Dies, Krypton Ordered, Young Sheldon Trailer, Google I/O in 10 Minutes, and New CPU's from AMD and intel.

Parents Press Play & Friends 174

This week on Parents Press play & Friends, Kaleb, Christina, & Derek talk about: Game Reviews Out of Control Discussion, Redbox, New Assassin's Creed Prequel, PS5 Predictions, Mass Effect Dead, Square-Enix Kills Hitman and IO Interactive, Xbox One Incentives for F2P Games, Overwatch, Blizzard Reveals Drop Rates, Pokemon Stars Incoming at E3?, Mario Odyssey to Rule E3, Metroid Prime 4 Announced at E3?, Nintendo Switch Saves CC Info, No More Original 3DS Repairs, Darksiders 3 First Look, StarCraft Code Reward, COD 3 Black Ops III Zombie DLC, Top 7 Selling Franchises of All Time, Building a Computer Part 6, New CVGames Relaunch, Prey Talk, Rocketleague Talk, Galaxy of Heroes Talk, Blade Runner 2049 Trailer, Guardians of the Galaxy Post Credit Trailers, The Gifted First Look, Psych Movie Coming Christmas, American Idol Returns, Comixology Unlimited Talk Part 2, & Intel Says No to Overclocking.

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Parents Press Play & Friends 173: Alexa Twinkle Twinkle Little Star

Welcome to Episode 173 of Parents Press Play & Friends. This week, in Alexa Twinkle Twinkle Little Star, we talk about PS4 Units Shipped, PS5 Coming Soon?, Free Hearthstone Packs, Xenoblade Chronicles 2 Promises, Nintendo 2DS XL, Mario Kart, Nintendo Switch Sales, Remedy Games, Darksiders 3, Lara Skipping E3, Morrowind Birthday, Mega Man Legacy Collection 2, Half-Life 3, Prey, Bully 2, Building a Computer Part 5, Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, Magic Streaming, OSU!, The Defenders Trailer 1, Logan B&W, Hook Trailer, Jack was Made Up, J.K. is Sorry, Cartoon Remakes, Comixology Unlimited, Windows 10 S Dangers, Surface Laptop, T-Mobile's 5G Plans, Alexa Bleeps You Out, and Polycarbonate MacBook Says Bye.

Parents Press Play 172: Mr. Burger King Drive Thru

This week on Parents Press Play & Friends, Kaleb, @kahleeb on Twitter, Josh, @sil3ntv3lcro on Twitter, & Derek, @dereksmith43 on Twitter, talk about: Glass Movie, Red Dead Redemption 2 Sells Out, Call of Duty WW2, LocoRoco Remastered, Prey Demo Out, Super Mario Run Update, Mario Kart 8 Deluxe is Excellent, 2D Breath of the Wild, Axiom Verge is Ignored by Nintendo, Super Bomberman R Patched, Switch Sales Forecast, Xbox & Netflix of Games, Phil Spencer Setting Stage for Disappointment, Night Trap Re-Release, id Software Loves Ryzen, Building a Computer Part 4, Crunchy Roll, Kingsman The Golden Circle Trailer 1, Powerless, Jeff Goldblum Returns to Dinosaurs, Kurt Russel Action Movie Idea, Avatar Sequels Dated, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2 Not Getting Good Reviews, & Indiana Jones and Episode 9 Dated.

Kingdom Hearts Unchained X Review

Square Enix’s Kingdom Hearts Unchained X (KHUx) released originally released in Japan in September of 2015 and came to North America in April of 2016 as an iOS and Android mobile game. By combining iconic Disney and Kingdom Hearts characters with the turn based battles, KHUx allows even the newest of fans a chance to enjoy the franchise. Step into a world where you yourself become a keyblade wielder as you learn about a world prior to the Keyblade War. There are many things that I find myself liking and disliking as I play the game. However as someone who never really invested into Kingdom Hearts, I find myself continually wanting to open the game and play a quick level to see what I can unlock next. 

Lego Star Wars The Force Awakens Review

Once again Lego has produced a fantastic game that is sure to please the Lego and Star Wars fans alike. Travel through space as you play as some of your favorite Star Wars characters, as well as some of the iconic Force Awakens vehicles like the Millennium Falcon and Rey’s Speeder. There were a few moments that I felt as if the story was not moving fast enough. I feel that is because of several reasons. 

It is hard to believe, but another year has come and gone and the time for E3 2016 is here. A year ago, I left for Los Angeles via my home in the Dallas/Fort Worth area with a very Pregnant wife, who was carrying identical twins, along with a 6 year old and 3 year old boys.

Tales from the Borderlands Review

Bringing a new story to the pandemonium, over the top situations, and the chaos of Pandora comes Tales from the Borderlands, a five-episode story created by Telltale Games.  Tales from the Borderlands takes place after events in Borderlands 2--only this time you find yourself following the footsteps of an up and coming employee and his friend of the Hyperion company.  Beware though, if you have not played through all of Borderlands 2, some spoilers may be seen or heard.  It is available on PC, Android, iOS, OS X, Playstation 3 and PlayStation 4, and Xbox 360 and Xbox One.

Skylanders Superchargers

Activision was the first company to introduce the Toys to Life genre to the world with Skylanders and each year they find a way to reinvent the formula and release a new entry in the popular game. This year, that innovation is vehicles: Land, Air, and Sea.

Guild of Dungeoneering Review

Over my years of gaming, I’d have to say I’ve never really seen anything quite like Guild of Dungeoneering. Definitely a more casual style game, but definitely fun and interesting, to say the least! So let’s hop right into it--there’s a lot of different, interesting elements to this game. First, obviously, you’re going to be exploring dungeons. But, in the case of Guild of Dungeoneering, you create the dungeon that you explore. No, I didn’t stutter. YOU, the player, create the dungeon. Also, the monsters in each dungeon vary, from dungeon, to dungeon--and there are multiple classes of characters that you can play as, and some are suited better to monsters of certain dungeons than others. These characters, you gain, by expanding your guild, with rooms that you buy with gold gained by exploring and clearing dungeons.

The Witcher 3 Wild Hunt Review

Bandits, and griffins, and witches! OH MY! These are a few foes you will encounter in this epic tale of mystery, adventure, and romance. Geralt of Rivia returns to find his missing protégé while ridding the towns of bandits and scary monsters along the way. WARNING! This review is that of my own opinion and should be noted any previous games involving the title Witcher have not been played; therefore, giving me an unbiased and open opinion.

We all figured MOBA’s would come to the mobile platform eventually, right? Well, I’ll admit - I had my doubts as to whether or not any developers would actually be able to pull it off in a way that didn’t have a clunky or complicated control scheme.