Filed under: games | Tags: best plan ever, bmo, globe, samsung s4, sharing, video games
Playing video games has always been a part of my life. It started with consoles then it moved on to portable devices like the Gameboy. Then finally phones started having games. A major thing I have to consider when choosing a phone I get nowadays has to do with GAMES. Yep. You can start calling me dork, nerd, geeky – I won’t mind. As long as I have that kick butt phone with awesome graphics and even better games, I’m all set. I just recently made the switch to Samsung with their brand new S4. It was a HUGE transition for me but I’m really happy that I chose this phone. It’s soooo much better playing games on the S4, especially with the big screen.
At taping, we always like to joke around that it’s 90% waiting and 10% work time. So during that 90% I like to drown myself in my gadgets. A couple of my friends also got their hands on the spazzy S4 and they showed me a feature that was insanely cool! I guess I never really got to play around with it before because you need others with the same feature to actually enjoy it. Remember hearing this really cool song from your friend but not being able to get it because of certain restrictions? With the Samsung S4′s Group Play, you can easily make a group with a bunch of your friends and share music with each other! It’s actually perfect for those get togethers where you don’t have speakers. You can connect your phones on Group Play and play the songs you want all at the same time. Power of the music!
It’s also pretty fun because I have this one friend that gets suuuuper competitive when it comes to games. Since I’m a girl, I think he gets challenged because guys are supposedly better that girls in video games. I have to admit that he wins a lot of our mini battles but whenever I challenge him with Group Play and I actually win… OH SWEET VICTORY.
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Filed under: games | Tags: dota 2, gamer girl, gaming, new school games, nintendo, old school games, online games, pc
I have been and always will be a gamer. My love for games started in Kindergarten for our computer class. It was a really simple class. They didn’t teach us anything fancy. We were taught how to log-in and we could choose to do anything on the Macintosh desktop in front of us. Of course, anything meant choosing from simple math, memorization exercises, card matching and the like. Everything we did on the computer was basic but it was all educational. That was my favorite class back then.
I don’t remember when we got a Nintendo Entertainment System, but I was mesmerized by it. In our neighborhood, we would go biking a lot and one time, there was a garage sale. They were selling games for the NES. I got so excited because games were pricey and I probably only had Super Mario Bros (my ultimate favorite BTW). I ended up getting Pacman, Q*bert, and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
My love for games went on from the Nintendo 64, Gameboy, GBC, Game Cube, and the Xbox. Hindi naman halata na Nintendo talaga gusto ko ano?! :p I also had my fair share of PC and online games. Of course, we all fell into the trap of SIMS! Two online games that I will never forget: Neopets and… Ragnarok. Yes, it is true. I think I was more hard core when it came to Neopets though because you could do so much. Ragnarok was just something that I liked to play with my brother, sometimes with friends. I wasn’t too open about me playing Ragnarok in high school because I felt like a noob next to my classmates that were so hard core with their gaming.
Last week, my friend Fonzy invited me to go on his podcast to play some games. Since everyone has been raving about WoW, Dota and LoL, I decided to give it a go. Fonzy insisted what we try Dota 2. So I was like, yeah, okay… I got this. I didn’t see WHY people were so addicted but I wanted to see what the fuss was all about.