Developer: Beat Games (Formerly Hyperbolic Magnetism)
Platform(s): PSVR (also available on PC)
As an owner of the PSVR since it’s release two and a half years ago now, there are a few games in my library that I like to introduce new players to; games that are fun, easy to pick up and not vomit-inducing (Astro Bots, Superhot VR, etc.). I can take most, if not all VR games for longer periods of time and not get dizzy or want to throw up, but I know that there are others that cannot. Safely, I can say that now Beat Saber has been added to the list of games that are a MUST play for any PSVR owner, and a great game for even beginner players to pick up and have a fun time with. This game DOES require quite a bit of movement and exercise, so make sure you’re sufficiently warmed up.
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Today Dan interviews Seth Andrews and talks to him about his streaming venture on Twitch (follow him at SethAndrewsTTA
Also we talk about Spiderman, Shadow of the Tomb Raider, Mega Man 11 and “bubble gum for the brain.” Don’t be ashamed of playing video games as a hobby!
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Stoy from the EXPCast crew does a quick review of Firewall : Zero Hour for the PSVR in a video over on our YouTube channel! Check it out below and let us know in the comments if you like this sort of thing, and any improvements we can make!
As with all of the other recent mass shootings in America over the years, the guys at EXPCast are saddened once again to hear of the shooting in Jacksonville, FL at a Madden 19 tournament. A young angry boy decided to take his anger out on others, killing 2 people (Eli Clayton and Taylor Robinson) and injuring at least 10 others, who are currently recovering both physically and mentally. The gunman eventually killed himself after he caused so much irreparable damage.
To wish harm on others to the point of killing them is NOT a normal feeling to have. If you have any urges, feelings or thoughts to cause harm not only to yourself, but to others, please contact the National Suicide Prevention Line at 1-800-273-8255. They are trained professionals available 24/7, every day of the year to talk to you and help you in any way possible. Please check out suicidepreventionlifeline.org/ to find out more.
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