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The Purge: Anarchy Prize Pack Giveaway

Is it time for a giveaway? YES IT IS :D

The Purge Anarchy was released last Friday and you can now see it in theaters. Maybe you already saw it and now you want to win this cool stuff here in the Anarchy prize pack!
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- The Purge: Anarchy Promo T-shirt (size L) 
- The Purge: Anarchy Promo Flashlight 
- The Purge: Anarchy Drawstring Bag 
- The Purge: Anarchy Whistle 
- The Purge: Anarchy First Aid Kit

How can you enter to win the prize pack?

Leave a comment in this post letting me know how you’d stay safe if Purge night was a real thing, or let me know which is your favorite “Thing To Know Before You Watch The Purge: Anarchy” fact below:

The winning comment will be chosen and announced on Aug 3rd so enter today!

Important things to know:

Each household is only eligible to win One (1) Purge Deluxe Prize Pack via blog reviews and giveaways. Only one entrant per mailing address per giveaway. If you have won the same prize on another blog, you will not be eligible to win it again. Winner is subject to eligibility verification.

This giveaway is sponsored by Universal Pictures, all assets and prizes were supplied by them.

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Let’s Play Silent Hill- Part 1- Harry ‘Where’s my daughter’ Mason

I finally started my (re)play-through of Silent Hill! Since my Youtube videos have a limit on them for 15 minutes I’m splitting the videos between every save to try and keep some kind of flow.

Part 2 will be uploaded later tonight! :)

 

-I’m hoping to play through each of the Silent Hill’s in order of release and add the recordings of them all to my channel. I also want to make a vlog when I am done talking about the series, and the memorabilia I’ve collected over the years. If you are interested in seeing more videos please like, subscribe, and all that good stuff. 

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Hands on with Smash Bros

I am going to try to write a post a day for each of the games that I saw at Nintendo over the weekend. Though technically today I’m writing about two games and the Amiibo’s, as I want to write about both the 3DS and Wii U versions. Plus I feel like since the Amiibo line is launching along with Smash you can’t talk about one without the other. Well, you can, but I don’t want to. So let’s talk about the Amiibo interactive figures first!

While you are going to be able to connect your Amiibo into Smash Bros, that aspect wasn’t shown in person, which is fine as I don’t imagine you could really show how it collects your personal play data in a short demo. We were shown a video on how they are going to work and how it will also be able to connect to the 3DS using an external accessory. There were a few of the planned launch Amiibo’s made available for viewing, so I was finally able to get an up close look at them. They’ve looked great in images and in video, and seeing them in person you can tell why. THE DETAILS! Sure these interactive figures aren’t very large in scale, but you can see that they have the Nintendo quality that we all know and love. If these did nothing at all, I’d still go buy my favorite characters and put them on display. I asked about the prices of Amiibo’s, but was told there is still no official word on that yet.

Official feature list listing official features: 
• amiibo can interact with compatible games when players touch them to the Wii U GamePad controller, reading character data into games and saving data to the figure.

• Different compatible games will use amiibo in different ways. Super Smash Bros. for Wii U will be the first game to use amiibo. Games like Mario Kart 8, Mario Party 10, Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker and Yoshi’s Woolly World are also planned to support amiibo.

• In Super Smash Bros., players can battle alongside or against their amiibo characters, leveling them up in the process. They can then bring them to a friend who has a Wii U and the game to show off how they’ve trained and customized their characters.

• A new NFC reader/writer, which is being designed for Nintendo 3DS, is scheduled to launch in 2015.

 

Super Smash Brothers – Nintendo 3DS

Being that it was a demo build I was unable to check out any online vs play, which was probably for the best because I am terrible at fighting games. Placed in the exclusive to the 3DS mode “Smash Run”I went straight for the Animal Crossing Villager character, and proceeded to hit every enemy on-screen with an umbrella. Even though I had high expectations, I was still surprised by how sharp and vibrant the game looked on a 3DS. As a non-hardcore Smash Bros. player I found it very easy to pick up and play. It didn’t look or feel like a basic port to have multiple versions out there. It played like a game built for the 3DS.

Nintendo’s not joking around, they want you to want both versions.

Super Smash Brothers – Nintendo Wii U

For the Wii U version of Smash Bros. I was placed in a fight with 3 other people. I enjoyed playing as the Villager so much that I went straight for playing as him again. We were able to pick our own levels and chose to fight in Little Mac’s boxing ring. Since I am unfamiliar with most of the move sets I just tried to beat anyone that came near me with an umbrella, as I rode around on a gyroid rocket.

The gyroid can both be used as a weapon, and as a brief method of transportation!

I was in 4th place of course. I had no idea what I was doing, but it was still fun. The roster is really incredible (36 characters announced so far), and you can play as your Mii. I will totally play as my Mii when I am not hitting people with umbrellas as the villager.

You can find Super Smash Bros. for the 3DS on October 3rd, and Super Smash Bros. for the Wii U will be available in time for the holidays.

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“PULP FICTION” Eyeshadow Palette by Urban Decay

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The shiny black case features the fateful Ezekiel passage voiced by Jules Winnfield in the film. Inside, there’s a generous mirror and a blood-red double-ended brush (a compact shadow brush and a multitasker brush). This palette also comes with a “Get the Look” card—with step-by-step instructions for creating a modern version of Mia’s look from the film.

What you see is what you get: Righteous (light cream matte), Tyranny (warm brown matte), Vengeance (deep taupe-brown matte-satin), Furious (white satin) and Anger (black satin w/slight tonal sparkle).

Want!

You can order one here for $34.

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Hands on with Bayonetta 2!

The other day I had the pleasure of meeting with Nintendo to demo a few of their upcoming titles: Super Smash Bros on 3DS & Wii U, Captain Toad Treasure TrackerYoshi’s Woolly WorldKirby and the Rainbow CurseHyrule Warriorsand Bayonetta 2

I really want to give each game that I played it’s own post, and since this post is titled ‘Hands on with Bayonetta 2‘, you can safely guess which game this first post will focus on.

Bayonetta 2 wasn’t the first game I was shown, but it is the title I am most anticipating. I’m a huge fan of the first one, and have been waiting patiently for this game since its announcement. Wearing the Bayonetta frames while at the demo showed off my fangirlness, and set up some pretty high expectations for what battle scores I should obtain. :D

I’m not sure exactly at what point in the game I was placed, I assume it was fairly early on. As soon as I had the Wii U gamepad in my hands, I felt right at home. Bayonetta moved as gracefully, and fluidly as ever. The world was beautiful, and the characters had great detail. I loved how there were butterflies that flew out of the ground with each step she took. I remember similar details in the original, but it was a lot more pronounced this time around, gave it even more of a magical feel.

I went 3 rounds with some badies, coming in with a platinum, gold, then platinum score. I felt such a rush of excitement when playing, I had to hand over the controller to someone else to make sure I didn’t hog up all of the time with the game. It was so much fun, I was already sold at that point, and just had to share in that experience.

There are new weapons, moves, climaxes and more! Bayonetta’s also got a rad new haircut.

If you’re a fan of the series and were wondering if you should pre-order Bayonetta 2, my suggestion is a big YES. If you’ve never played the first game and are interested in playing, they got you covered on that too. Not only do you get Bayonetta 2, you get the original game packed in also! – WITH NINTENDO THEMED COSTUMES FOR BAYONETTA LIKE LINK AND PRINCESS PEACH OMG.

Bayonetta 2 is definitely a day one purchase for me.

Here is an official features list for those who like official things written out officially with bullet points and everything:

FEATURES:

• Initiate the new Umbran Climax technique to temporarily summon demons
and boost Bayonetta’s attack range whenever you fill her magic gauge.
• Fight with new over-the-top weapons that open new possibilities to the way
you battle, including the Kafka, a bow that shoots poisonous arrows; the
Rakshasa, a pair of beautiful katana blades; and a giant rifle-inspired scythe
known as the Chernobog.
• Team up with a friend in Tag Climax, a two-player online co-op mode.
• In online quick matches, you can wager halos, the in-game currency that you
earn by defeating enemies. You receive a large sum back if you can prove
you’re a better fighter than your partner. Halos can then be traded in a story
mode shop to unlock new techniques, buy accessories and pick up alternate
weapon variations.
• Every chapter ends with a medal ranking: Stone, Bronze, Silver, Gold,
Platinum or Pure Platinum. The more skilled you are, the higher your
ranking.
• This game is approachable for players of all levels, with settings of three
difficulty levels. Through Touch Play, you can play with the GamePad’s stylus
and touch screen, regardless of which difficulty you choose.

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