I’ve been a lot about the Nintendo Switch lately. Of course that relative to the constant hype around the console since it’s release in early March. The recent resurgence of popularity is probably due to the latest shipment of systems that have sold out as fast as they hit the selves. While I haven’t get able to buy my own Switch, but I got the chance to try it. Following Nintendo’s tradition of establishing gaming styles with new technologies and implications, the Switch’s use of sound it’s most innovative feature.
Critically acclaimed and beloved by fans, Battlefield 1 is a beautifully crafted game. With it’s stunning graphics, addictive gameplay, rewarding multiple player experience, a moving and diverse campaign, and animation so realistic it can be downright gruesome in the best ways, it’s no wonder why over 100,000 players connect to their serves. Continue reading Battlefield 1: A Game for Sound