Sony Reveals all the Titles on the PlayStation Classic

Recently Sony revealed all the games on the PlayStation Classic. I am fairly disappointed with this list. They are missing classics like Spyro and Crash. I know that they are remaking these games, but it isn’t the same as playing the original ones. Below is a list of all the games on the PlayStation Classic. I am excited to try some of the games that I missed. Overall I feel like the list could be better though. What do you think of the games on the PlayStation Classic?

  1. Battle Arena Toshinden
  2. Cool Boarders 2
  3. Destruction Derby
  4. Final Fantasy VII
  5. Grand Theft Auto
  6. Intelligent Qube
  7. Jumping Flash
  8. Metal Gear Solid
  9. Mr Driller
  10. Oddworld: Abe’s Oddysee
  11. Rayman
  12. Resident Evil Director’s Cut
  13. Revelations: Persona
  14. Ridge Racer Type 4
  15. Super Puzzle Fighter II Turbo
  16. Syphon Filter
  17. Tekken 3
  18. Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six
  19. Twisted Metal
  20. Wild Arms


Apple Reveals the New iPad Pro

Yesterday Apple revealed the new iPad Pro, MacBook Air, and Mac Mini. The new iPad Pro looks pretty sweet. They finally got rid of the lightning port and added the standard USB-C charging port. The new iPad Pro has an A12X bionic chip, Face Id, a liquid retina display, a 12-megapixel camera, and 4K video recording capabilities. You can get 64gb, 256gb, 512gb or 1 terabyte. The new iPad Pro goes for a starting price of $799. I really like how the iPad Pro uses USB-C. What do you think of the new Ipad Pro?

Source: Apple


Oculus Go the first truly affordable Standalone VR Headset

Last week Facebook released the Oculus Go. It is the first truly affordable VR headset that doesn’t require a smartphone. There are two models, a 199 dollar version with 32GB and a 249 dollar version with 64GB. The headset has spatial audio drivers built right into it. I think this is really cool and immersive. The headset also comes with a controller and an eyeglass spacer. As for software the Oculus go already has over 1,000 apps and games. I can’t wait to try it out.

Source: Oculus Go Site


Microsoft announces new Backward Compatible Games

This week Microsoft announced that 19 original Xbox games would be coming to the backward compatible program this month. This includes some notable Starwars classics coming out on April 26. Starwars Battlefront, Starwars Battlefront 2 and Starwars Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy. They are also releasing Jade Empire, The Elder Scrolls 3: Morrowind and SSX3. I am really excited to play the original Battlefront games on my Xbox One. The pixel count will also be increased so that the games look better than ever before. What do you think about being able to play the original Battlefront games on Xbox One? Click the link below for the full list of Xbox games coming to Xbox One this month.

Source: Xbox


Google Pixelbook Review

The Google Pixelbook is an amazing hybrid, and there is a lot that you can do with it. I am currently writing this review on the Google Pixelbook. The computer is sleek and efficient. The keyboard works well and it lights up at night so that you can see the keys. One thing the keyboard is missing is a caps lock button. You have to hold what would be the caps lock button and the alt key to activate it. There are lots of nice shortcuts on the keyboard. There is a volume shortcut, brightness shortcut, and a window expand shortcut.

The Google Pixelbook I bought has 8GB of ram, a 128GB hard drive, and an Intel i5 processor. The computer has two USB C’s, one on each side for convenient charging. The Pixelbook was just under 1000 dollars without the stylus. The main reason I got it was to use it as a hybrid and so far it has worked out great.

Chrome OS allows you to install apps from the Google Play store. So far I have only found one application that doesn’t work properly. The Tetris app from EA doesn’t seem to work at the moment. I installed all my favorite apps from Hulu and Netflix to FE Heroes.

Since the Pixelbook is a Google product it gets all the latest updates as soon as they are ready to go. I would highly recommend the Google Pixelbook to anyone looking for a hybrid that you can use on the go. I give the Google Pixelbook a 9 out of 10.


Google Pixelbook Score: 9/10

+Keyboard Shortcuts

+Sleek Design

+Google Play Store Applications

+Convenient Charging

+Fast Processor

-No Caps Lock Button

-Not all Google Play Apps Work