Welcome to Episode 111 of Parents Press Play. This week, in He Looks Like a Ninja Turtle, we have three Dads together to discuss the latest in the world of technology, entertainment, and videogames.
This week, Kaleb, @kahleeb on Twitter, Daniel, @ppmddad on Twitter, and Michael, @blitzz5 on Twitter, talk about The Video Game Awards 2015, PlayStation Experience, Sword Coast Legends, Multiplayer Games Pricing, Star Wars Battlefront, PS2 Games on PS4, Gone Home, Destiny, Full Throttle, Day of the Tentacle, Minecraft, Grand Theft Auto V, Star Wars, TMNT 2, LEGO Justice Cosmic Clash, Christmas Classics, & PlayStation Plus.
The Video Game Awards 2015 Winners
Hideo Kojima not allowed to go to the Video Game Awards 2015 by Konami Lawyers
Trailers, Trailers, and more Trailers!
Review of Sword Coast Legends review
Should multiplayer only games cost $59.99?
EA Admits that SW Battlefront is lacking depth
Sony experimenting with pricing on PS Now pricing. They have it on sale, for a limited time, for 12 months @ $99.99. $8.33 a month. Good price point?
Sony finally released the first PS2 games on PS4 and they are really expensive:
- Dark Cloud — $14.99
- Grand Theft Auto III — $14.99
- Grand Theft Auto: Vice City — $14.99
- Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas — $14.99
- Rogue Galaxy — $14.99
- The Mark of Kri — $14.99
- Twisted Metal: Black — $9.99
- War of the Monsters — $9.99
After being canceled, PS4 & XB1 getting the hit Indie game Gone Home.
Bungie changing DLC plans for Year two of Destiny
Full Throttle, from 1995, getting a remastered version in 2017.
Speaking of Double Fine, they have released the first trailer for Day of the Tentacle Remastered
Minecraft is coming to the Wii U on December 17. When will our toasters get Minecraft?
Someone recreated Mario Kart in Grand Theft Auto V on PC
How should you get ready for The Force Awakens?
TMNT 2 Out of the Shadows Trailer
LEGO Justice League Cosmic Clash Trailer
Christmas Classics review
PlayStation Plus update:
- King’s Quest Episode 1 A Knight to Remember
- Gauntlet Slayer Edition
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