Welcome to Episode 108 of Parents Press Play. This week, in The Force Awakens the Baby, we have two Dads together to discuss the latest in the world of technology, entertainment, and videogames.
This week, Kaleb, @kahleeb on Twitter, and Michael, @blitzz5 on Twitter, talk about Fallout 4, Black Ops 3, Lego Dimensions, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Kromaia, Sword Coast Legends, Tales from Borderlands, Helldivers, Samsung Gear VR, Apple Music, Finding Dory, Jessica Jones, & Star Wars.
PC Gamer has a Fallout 4 mini guide for starting out. It is a good read
Blacks Ops 3 talk
Lego Dimensions Update: Game will not have a yearly Starter Set according to their website
Full List of Xbox 360 Backwards Compatible Games is underwhelming but it is a start
Gears of War free back compatible versions with Gears of War Remake arrive December 1
Sony’s Head of Europe boss says that backwards compatibility is a feature not used much.
Kinect Gestures being Removed in November 12 update for Xbox One.
Dan wanted us to mention that Rising Star Games and Kraken Empire’s high octane shoot’em up Kromaia is now available
Dan also wanted us to mention he is enjoying Sword Coast Legends and Tales From Borderlands and hope to have reviews next week.
Remember Helldivers? It is coming to the PC.
Sony has announced that the Darth Vader Edition DualShock 4 will be available exclusively from Walmart in the US beginning on November 13.
Samsung Gear VR partnership with Oculus comes to fruition on November 20 with the launch of the $99 device that works with all of the 2015 Samsung phones. The new Samsung Gear VR is available to pre-order through Samsung.com, Amazon.com, and BestBuy.com now, and will start shipping from November 20.
Order it from Amazon here
Apple Music now available on Android
Finding Dory Trailer
Marvel’s Jessica Jones Trailer 2
Anna Kendrick vanishes in new Star Wars Battlefront Trailer
Star Wars The Force Awakens Japanese Trailer
Star Wars The Force Awakens TV Spot #1
JJ Abrams says the script for Star Wars Episode 8 is finished
Man on Deathbed Dies after Seeing Star Wars the Force Awakens
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