Welcome to Episode 122 of Parents Press Play. This week, in She Should Have Hugged Him, we have three Dads & one Mom together to discuss the latest in the world of technology, entertainment, and videogames.
This week, Kaleb, @kahleeb on Twitter, Michael, @blitzz5 on Twitter, Daniel, @ppmddad on Twitter, and Christina, @brazenbell on Twitter, talk about Kids Playing Videogames, Creator of Email Dies, Ducktales, Star Wars, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Rogue One, LEGO Star Wars, Captain America, Spider-Man, LEGO DC Super Heroes, Universal Studios, New Nintendo 3DS, Card Games, Vive VR, E3 2016, Path of Exile, Fable Legends, Lionhead, Gears of War 4, The Division, Mass Effect, Harmonix, Mad Catz, and PDP.
Playing Videogames Has a Positive Impact on Kids?
Ray Tomlinson, the creator of Email, dies
New Ducktales first image revealed
Leia Not Hugging Chewie a Mistake?
1980’s Ninja Turtles Return!
Details on Rogue One
LEGO Star Wars Droid Tales DVD review
Captain America Civil War Trailer 2
LEGO DC Super Heroes Justice League Cosmic Clash review
Universal Studios Japan gets First Nintendo Theme Park in 2020
SNES Games come to the New Nintendo 3DS via emulation. Nintendo refuses to allow it on older systems
Interesting card games on kickstarter
HTC and Valve Vive are going to give players an Aperture Science The Lab game
Disney Interactive and Wargaming drop out of E3 2016
ESA says the show isn’t dead yet…
Path of Exile Ascendancy Releases.
Fable Legends Canceled, Lionhead to be closed
Gears of War 4 Features Marcus Fenix’s Son–Could Be E3’s Best
The Division launches
….and it took a player 15 hours to hit the level cap.
Apparently there is a Pre-The Division and a Post-The Division attitude at Ubisoft. Will all of their games have the same elements of The Division in the future?
Last week we talked about Mass Effect Andromeda being delayed until 2017. We may now know why…
In other troubling news, Harmonix has dropped Mad Catz from support of Rock Band 4.
Major Update is Teased and Rock Band 4 is headed to PC and VR now.
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