Dead Rising 3

            Dead Rising 3 came out in 2013, and it was a day one release for the Xbox One. I thought the game was pretty good. The main character in the game is Nick Ramos a young mechanic and the game takes place in a city called Los Perdidos. If you never played a Dead Rising game you’re missing out on killing some zombies. The story of the game is alright, but it is a story that everyone could guess. There is a zombie outbreak in the city, and Nick with the help of some other characters  have to get out of the city, that is pretty much it. Of course there is some story in between, but the whole point of the game is just killing zombies. The game play is the best part of the game; there are so many weapons to choose from while playing. At one point in the game I completely forgot that I was even playing a story. In the game Nick can combine almost any weapon to create combo weapons. This game is truly an endless amount of fun. The power of a next gen game console can allow a ton of zombies on the screen all at once, and have the game still running smooth. Now that the game has been out for a while it is kind of dying down a bit in the media. It is defiantly going to be an Xbox One classic though in due time. I’m not trying to say that it is a must have, but if you are someone trying to just kick back and relaxed, this game is for you.



“Too Far Gone”

Today was the mid-season finally for the “Walking Dead” the episode “Too Far Gone”. I feel very grateful to live in a time were TV shows like this could exist. I had watch this episode in aw because it was just that amazing. I feel like this is the way season three should have ended. In this blog I don’t really want to talk about what happens because I do not want to spoil it for anybody. I will say this episode had tanks, zombies, and a whole lot of fire arms in between what else could you ask for. I’ve notices that this show really gets the audience involved by making everyone attached to the characters. I got to say if you have not watch this show its time to do it now because it is better than ever.

Is zombies getting to hard on Call of Duty?

I am sort of new when it comes to “Call of Duty” zombies, I started playing zombies in COD (Call of Duty) black ops one. I enjoyed it very much, and I have great memory’s just meeting new people by playing a round of zombies, that is probably the way I met most of my friends on Xbox. I think that COD black ops 2 zombies is getting to hard because it takes a good amount of time to set up a good play through. Like in the new map “Origins” the player has to turn on six generators just to start up the pack-o-punch machine, also not to mention the ton of doors the player has to buy to get to them. By the time all of this is done it is round 10, and the player has spent most likely 9-15 minutes playing. After all of that the player has everything unlocked and can finally enjoy the map the right way. I’m not saying its bad or anything, its just really time consuming, especially when I unlock everything and everyone on the team dies, that is one of the worst feelings ever. The only option is just to restart the level, everything just takes to long. I remember when I played the old COD zombies maps it was all about just defending one room for awhile, and make sure that you have an assigned window. Then move to the mystery box and camp there, run to jug later and hope that you don’t get down. That was mostly it, just hanging out and shooting. It was simple, there were Easter eggs but not big ones that take hours to complete. I like doing the big Easter eggs some times, but not all the time. I think that in the new COD zombies they should put both types of levels, levels to kick back and hangout, and those really hard levels to do on occasion.