It’s the end of another week and with two weeks until E3 I am quite excited as I’m sure a lot of you are, to see what is shown at the show. Especially from Nintendo. Perhaps more on their Fire Emblem title slated for 2018 for the Nintendo Switch, or a little more on Monster Hunter XX that was just announced that’s also coming to the Switch and of course Xenoblade 2!! And maybe a western release date for Dragon Quest XI. My list actually goes on and on but let’s save that for another post. I would love to know in the comments below on what you’re looking forward to seeing this year at E3 2017.
Now back to what I’ve been playing this past week.
I have to say this past week has been a lot less crazy than usual. I’ve cleared up all of my review titles finally. Auditors at work are finally done so I’ve been coming home earlier and most of all I’ve started video game hunting again and managed to pick up a few good titles, one specifically that I’ve been after for quite some time – Nier (on the PlayStation 3). Nier was actually recommended to me by two good friends who both are HUGE JRPG veterans. One of them actually has his own blog (Graham) dedicated to tackling his backlog which I highly recommend especially if you’re trying to slay your own video game backlog and I mean honestly, in this day and age who of us doesn’t have a backlog. So please make sure to check out and subscribe to his blog right here.
So to start things of the first title that I probably keep playing on a daily basis is of course…
Fire Emblem Heroes
Fire Emblem Heroes is possibly the easiest and most accessible title for me to play at the moment with it being on mobile I can pull out my phone, jump into a battle and level up my heroes all before my PC starts up at the office in the mornings…okay fine my PC starts up a lot faster than that but you know what I mean right. And with the continued support in new events and heroes, its going to be a while before I stop playing.
Next up we have a title that I came across on YouTube believe it or not. While searching Nintendo’s YouTube channel I found a trailer of Team Kirby Clash Deluxe. I immediately went into the eShop to search for it and to my surprise it was free to download. If you’re a Kirby fan, love fun and smashing bad guys with a team of friends than Team Kirby Clash Deluxe is for you. Four different classes to choose from namely Sword Hero, Hammer Lord, Doctor Healmore and Beam Mage as well as weapon and armor equips this Kirby title is tons of fun with superb soundtracks and epic boss battles. Check out the trailer below and let me know if you’ve played this as yet.
Following Kirby Clash Deluxe is a title that I picked up two days ago while game hunting:
Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 4 Road to Boruto is a must for all fans of the Naruto franchise. I will admittedly say however that I’ve never played a Naruto title before but am a huge fan of the anime. With that being said I will advise that if you’ve not watched the anime as yet and intend on doing so you might want to stay clear of this title until you’ve caught up especially with there being spoilers in it. After playing Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia as well as the Kingdom Hearts series I will say playing Naruto felt like a well needed break. Yes the game has some what of a story to it but at its heart is a fighting title and boy what an action packed, transformation and super powered title it is! I’ve only played for about four hours thus far but I have to say being in the shoes of Ninja’s such as Naruto, Kakashi and Obito is empowering. I can’t wait to dive back into the world. Let me know if you’ve ever played any of the Ultimate Ninja Storm titles before?
And finally as I’m sure some of you have seen another mobile title that I’ve recently started playing once again and quite possibly have become addicted to:
I’m honestly not sure what exactly pulled me back into Fallout Shelter. It could be the fact that E3 is drawing closer and I still remember Bethesda’s conference in 2015 as clear as day or perhaps my hopes and wishes for a Fallout 5…yep impossible as it may sound, I can still wish right. So after downloading it once again two days ago I’ve thus put in 8 hours. My vault known as Vault 999 has also spawned a featured post on Controller of Life which I intend on updating once a week either on a Friday evening or Saturday, with progress on how its doing so please check it out here.
Well that’s it for another week on Controller of Life but please let me know what you’ve been playing?