Moms Nicole Tanner, Linda Breneman, and Kelly Knox, and dad Stephen Duetzmann talk about lots of video game news this week. Then we talk about what we’re playing.
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Microsoft is ceasing all production of the Xbox 360. The announcement came on the heels of the console’s 10th anniversary. The announcement was made by Phil Spencer on the official Xbox news site. Read More
One of the many amazing things about games is how they can bring people together. Working together to overcome challenges gives you a warm fuzzy feeling, and makes you believe in the power of friendship and love.
On the other hand, nothing is more hilarious than games that force you to work together while simultaneously providing opportunities for your co-op partner(s) to throw 50 monkey wrenches into the works. Read More
Platforms: PC, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, Xbox One
We played on: PlayStation 4
After what felt like a terribly long wait, the next chapter in the new King’s Quest series arrived in December. I played through the first chapter with my 6-year-old, and together we laughed at wonderfully terrible puns, grinned at Graham’s exuberance when his imagination ran away with him, and worked together to solve puzzles. We were more than excited to get our hands on the next chapter, but we were surprised at what Rubble Without a Cause had in store.