My PS5 Games So Far (40+ games)

Here is my PlayStation 5 (PS5) game collection so far. Lots of great Triple-A games, lesser known & potential hidden gems.

Ghost of Tsushima Director’s Cut
Uncharted Legacy of Thieves Collection
The Last of Us Part 1
Spider-Man Miles Morales
Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart
God of War Ragnarök
Immortals Fenyx Rising
Demon’s Souls
Observer: System Redux
Metro Exodus
Horizon Forbidden West
Record of Lodoss War: Deedlit in Wonder Labyrinth
Heidelberg 1693
Sturmfront: The Mutant War
In Rays of the Light
Severed Steel
Riders Republic
NFS: Unbound
The Quarry
Watch Dogs: Legion
Arcade Paradise
The Smurfs: Mission Vileaf
Yurukill: The Calumniation Games
Pac-man World Re-Pac
Atari 50 Anniversary
Guardians of the Galaxy
Hot Wheels Unleashed

WTF Happened to The Greatest American Hero?

The Greatest American Hero is a show that’s much beloved by folks of a certain generation. If you grew up in the seventies or eighties, the theme song is instantly iconic. In fact, the track “Believe it or Not” by Joey Scarbury actually made it all the way to the number 2 spot on the Billboard Charts. It was actually a bigger hit than the show itself, which only ran for two and a half seasons before being cancelled with five unaired episodes in early 1983. Yet, it remains part of the pop culture, with talk of rebooting it every now and then.

n this episode of Gone But Not Forgotten, which is written by Jessica Dwyer, edited by Cesar Gabriel, and narrated by Travis Hopson, we dig into this classic show. We examine how the show was conceived, how it was an initial hit, and why it was abruptly cancelled. We also dig into failed reboots and sequels, such as the Greatest American Heroine, and how the show also introduced us to the great Michael Paré before Eddie & the Cruisers and Streets of Fire made him a heartthrob.

Derek Buck talks about Classic Game Room being disbanded & more | Select Screen

For many years, CGR Undertow was the secondary channel that was apart of the Classic Game Room empire. We sit with Derek Buck to talk about what led to Classic Game Room & it’s crew no longer producing content, his love for everything Predator & Aliens, and even talks about what he hates most about the latest Jurassic World movie. Select Screen

BUYER BEWARE: Hyper Base FC – I have it & it’s not good.

This Chinese retro console comes w/ 53,000 games (PS1, N64, Dreamcast, Arcade, etc) which sounds great…but it’s not. Bad performance, audio issues and a high price make this a system you probably should stay far away from.

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** DISCLAIMER: This was sent to me for review, but all of the opinions are my own. I mean, obviously. **

10 Best Single Player Games That Only Take 10 Hours

There’s only so many hours in a day and as much we’d like to game all day, there are other things that gotta get done. Here’s a list of the best single player games you can finish in about 10 hours.

Today, video games are played across various platforms and in diverse ways, catering to different preferences and lifestyles. Console gaming remains a cornerstone, with systems like PlayStation, Xbox, and Nintendo Switch offering high-definition graphics, immersive experiences, and exclusive titles. Many gamers prefer the convenience of these dedicated consoles, enjoying both single-player campaigns and multiplayer modes online. PC gaming, on the other hand, continues to thrive with its flexibility, allowing for customizable setups, higher graphical fidelity, and access to a vast library of games through platforms like Steam, Epic Games Store, and more. PC gamers also enjoy mods and community-created content that enrich their gaming experiences.

Another prevailing trend is mobile gaming, accessible to billions worldwide through smartphones and tablets. The convenience and portability of mobile devices have brought gaming to a broader audience, offering casual and competitive games alike. Free-to-play models with in-app purchases have become commonplace, enabling developers to reach a massive player base. Additionally, cloud gaming has gained traction, allowing gamers to stream games over the internet without the need for high-end hardware, with services like Xbox Cloud Gaming, and PlayStation Now providing access to a vast catalog of titles on various devices. These diverse ways of playing cater to different preferences, allowing gamers to choose the platform and style that best fits their lifestyle and gaming tastes.

eXoDOS Version 6 with over 7000 DOS games (REVIEW)

Checking out the latest Version 6 of eXoDOS! Over 7000 DOS games that come with a launcher and are preconfigured ready to go. If you want to try DOS games but are intimidated by configuring DOSBox, this project is for you!

MS-DOS gaming was a vibrant era in the history of video games, marked by simplicity and innovation. During the 1980s and early 1990s, MS-DOS games were characterized by their pixelated graphics, limited sound capabilities, and text-based interfaces. These games often required players to navigate through directories and execute commands to launch them, adding a technical aspect to the gaming experience. The library of MS-DOS games spanned various genres, from adventure and role-playing games like “The Secret of Monkey Island” and “Ultima” series to iconic classics such as “Prince of Persia,” “Doom,” and “Wolfenstein 3D,” which pioneered the first-person shooter genre.

Despite the technical constraints of the time, MS-DOS gaming fostered creativity and groundbreaking gameplay. Gamers were captivated by the challenging gameplay, immersive storytelling, and the need for problem-solving skills. The limitations in graphics and sound pushed developers to focus on compelling gameplay mechanics and engaging narratives, resulting in timeless classics that continue to influence modern gaming. The MS-DOS gaming era remains a nostalgic cornerstone for many gamers, remembered fondly for its innovation, charm, and the foundation it laid for the future of the gaming industry.