Rain rain, go away, no wait stay so we can stay inside and play video games guilt free! April sees the release of 9 new games for you, including a new special edition XBOX One Console and some re-released classics!
An experiment gone wrong has broken time! Now not only is time breaking down but you can manipulate it to your advantage! Stop time, bend time, slow down bullets or send them back at your enemies! Quantum Break features a whole host of time based powers for the main character as well as an all star cast including Shawn Ashmore (X-Men: Days of Future Past), Dominic Monaghan (The Lord of the Rings, Lost), Aiden Gillen (Game of Thrones) and Lance Reddick (Fringe, The Wire).
You can pick up the game on it’s own or choose the special edition XBOX One Console in Cirrus White with a 500 GB hard drive and award winning game Alan Wake. Quantum Break will be available on April 5th
And we thought the holidays were busy! February has 9 new game releases spread throughout the month! There’s a lot to get through so let’s dive right in!
Log on to cyberspace to capture, train, and evolve Digimon! That’s always been the heart of Digimon but this new entry sees you joining a detective firm and investigating a series of cases into a mysterious death and a digital ghost! Digimon World: Cyber Sleuth will be available on PlayStation 4.
Most computers these days can easily handle what most users need them to do. But when you have specific, intensive tasks to run, many off-the-shelf computers need some extra oomph. Manufacturers have put together different products to try to address those different needs, but sometimes that’s still not good enough—especially when it comes to a gaming system.
Before I get into why London Drug’s exclusive Certified Data line of computers is pretty cool, here are a few things I didn’t know:
• Certified Data is the third oldest computer manufacturer in Canada (1983), sold exclusively by London Drugs
• Certified Data is Canadian-owned and based in Richmond
• Certified Data systems meet CSA and UL certification standards, which some custom-built computer manufacturers outside of Canada (and within Canada) don’t always do
• Certified Data offers both off-the-shelf systems and custom-builds
If you’re like me, your household is divided when it comes to computer usage. I use my computer for page layout, photo editing and light video production, which is what I do for a living. I use a MacBook Pro, and I love it like it was my third cat.
When my gaming daughter was shopping for a computer, she stopped me at “You should buy a Ma…” Apparently, my wonderful MacBook is not ideal (or in some cases, not capable) of running the games she plays. I can’t scoff at this, because kids these days are wining prizes in the neighbourhood of $10,000 at gaming tournaments, while I’m still working by the hour.
Taylor did her homework and bought an ASUS (pronounced “ay-soos”) laptop. How do I know it was a right choice for her? One, I never hear her exaggerated sighs about lag time or delays; two, she lovingly tattooed her personality all over it with stickers.