Just published a new video over on YouTube about Detroit: Become Human. This is the new PS4 exclusive game from Quantic Dream.
As some of you may know this game came out today May 25, 2018, in North America and is (like previously mentioned) a PlayStation 4 exclusive. It is by Quantic Dream, the same people who made Heavy Rain and Beyond: Two Souls. David Cage is the founder of Quantic Dream and creator of these games. If you have played Heavy Rain or Beyond: Two Souls and liked them, I’m sure you’ll like Detroit: Become Human as well. If you haven’t played those games before, I suggest downloading the Detroit: Become Huma demo so you could try the game out for yourself. The demo as I write this post is still available to download from the PS Store. The game is a 79 on Metacritic and has an 8.8 user based rating. In comparison, Heavy Rain did a lot better with an 87 Metacritic score.
Inspired by the short called “Kara”, Detroit is a neo-noir thriller set in the near-future city of Detroit. Androids, who look exactly like human beings, have replaced humans in most tasks: they are workers, babysitters, gardeners, nurses, teachers, clerks. The story of Detroit starts with an unexplained incident that begins to affect the Androids. Some disappear without any explanation, others have unexpected behaviors and strangely show signs of emotions. The rumors of “deviant” androids start spreading, but no one seems to know what’s really happening… [Quantic Dream]
Today I finally finished the unboxing video for the SNES Mini Classic Edition. I had some free time for once so I worked on some YouTube videos. I have just been getting hammered lately with papers, projects, and studying for tests, that I haven’t had much time. But without further ado, here is the unboxing video!
So I’ve been wanting an iPad for while now. I’ve been wanting one since the iPad airs came out. I never really could see myself buying one though because I have a laptop and an iPhone 7 plus. I figured those could do me justice and wouldn’t ever use it. I tried my brothers iPad out while I was with him for a week and I grew on it. It’s like having a computer and a phone in your hands. It’s a great piece of tech and definitely, makes it easier to do things on the bigger screen rather than my phone. So once I got back I started looking around and checking deals on websites. I was looking at the new 2017 iPad, the iPad mini, a refurbished iPad Air 2 and even iPad Pros. I didn’t know what I wanted but I liked the bigger screen on my brothers 9.7″ iPad Air 2. I liked how light it was too. It was a little heavier in a case but not by much.
I was in Wal-Mart the other day and was walking by electronics and saw an iPad Pro on clearance. So I walked over to it and looked at it and it was a gold 9.7″ 32GB iPad Pro, for $299. Yes, $299 for an iPad Pro that’s barely a year old. That’s cheaper than any iPad on the market. It was brand new in shrink wrap still and knew I couldn’t miss out on that deal. I knew I had to buy it. I quickly grabbed an electronics associate and purchased it. When I got home I quickly went on Amazon and ordered a smart case and a glass screen protector for it.
Two days later I received my smart case and glass screen protector. So it was time to open up the iPad and turn it on. I immediately put the smart case and screen protector on and then set it up. I did an unblocking video, which you can be found below or here.
Update-2 days later
It’s been two days since I turned this bad boy on and I love it. I’ve been using it all the time. Granted I still have to get familiar with it, especially in regards to typing on it. The screen is gorgeous and it’s super fast. I think the next thing I’m going to buy for it is the Apple Pencil, it looks awesome, got great reviews, and will definitely be easier to take notes in class.
Let me know in the comments below what you think of the iPad Pro, Apple Pencil, or anything else you want to say!