Being an angry gamer can be costly. Controllers aren’t cheap and normally go for $80 depending on the console. I don’t even want to think about all the extra costs I’ve made buying new controllers when I was younger. Luckily, I haven’t gotten any of those angry moments for a long time… Until I started playing Steep for the PS4.
When I was 12 years old I was the only person in my class with a Playstation 1. Everyone else owned a Nintendo 64. It’s something that is even more clear in the ” 90s nostalgia” world we live in today. How often do you see a post/meme on social media or reddit talking about Goldeneye, Zelda, Mario Kart or Smash Brothers in comparison to any PS1 game?
The PSP is one of my most beloved consoles I ever owned. When it came out in 2004, my friends and I imported the handheld from Japanese retailer Lik-Sang together with Lumines.
It’s been almost 5 years since the PS Vita got released and with some amazing games on the platform, the support for the console seems to be completely gone in the west with only indie games being released. This makes it very hard to find a good retailer to buy the PS Vita console in 2016 or 2017.
I’ve got no idea how Pro Evolution Soccer 2017 is getting such high reviews. The current score on Metacritic is around the 90% and I can’t find any reason what so ever why that is the case.
The last time I’ve played a Pro Evolution Soccer game has to be in 2014 when I bought the game on the PC. It was decent, not the best football game ever but with the Master League and the Be A Legend mode it kept me busy for half a year. I did try FIFA but wasn’t the biggest fan.
In 2015 I made the switch, found Pro Evolution Soccer quite lacking and FIFA 15 and 16 are both great football games. Very frustrating but also very good. This years Pro Evolution Soccer is only frustrating and not that good at all.