Sony PlayStation 4 500GB Console - Limited Edition Blue "Days of Play"
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In addition to the school, Hina also goes home in the evenings, which grants players certain options that can affect her day and missions. She can study, play on her phone, or take a bath, during which she can think or massage her legs. While this sounds super sexual, it's actually not–while there are hints of the hyper-sexualization in Japanese gaming (and all gaming) we've come to expect, Blue Reflectionclearly caters to a different set than the panty-crazed otaku; in fact, there's no real fan service to be found. This is not only refreshing, but it lets the characters actually feel like struggling high school girls, as their days are focused on normal tasks, and thoughts of love or sex are, at most, equal to all other pressing matters. Blue Reflection is available for both PS4 and Steam for PC, and can be imported for the Playstation Vita (Japanese language only). story There are two main gameplay sections of Blue Reflection–the school, which is presented in a third-person view with a fixed camera angle, and the Common, which is third-person with a free-roaming camera. The school is where Hina speaks with classmates, accepts side missions, and can play on her smart phone.
Along with the game’s announcement, the publisher released a new teaser trailer that seemingly shows off some gameplay, which looks equal parts awe-inspiring, mystifying, and frightening as it teases some of the deep-sea creatures players will encounter" Sony has released many varieties of the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 4 Pro, with most of the colorful designs tied to a particular game, like the bright red console for Insomniac Games’ upcoming PS4 exclusive, Spider-Man. But the company is now offering a unique PS4 Pro that’s tied to an impressive Sony milestone: a system with a translucent casing in deep blue, with copper detailing, to mark the fact that Sony has sold more than 500 million PlayStation consoles and handhelds since launching the original PlayStation in 1994.
Our oceans are in trouble. Climate change, plastic waste and overfishing are all causing tremendous damage to underwater life around the world. Inspired by the BBC's Blue Planet II series, developer E-Line Media is making a video game that focuses on the scientists who are trying to understand our impact" and "it seems to be crafting titles that strike a better balance between genuine learning and robust, immersive gameplay" Really is very relaxing , it's a bit weird that you swim next to sharks and they don't try to eat you.
Enter fellow classmates Yuzu and Lime, who share her abilities to enter the "Common," which serves as the land where people's excess emotions go. Together with Yuzu and Lime, Hina sets out to help those with emotional crises by entering the Common and finding their emotional fragments to better empathize with their struggles. By doing this, and also defeating the alien forces known as Sepiroths that are somehow related to the outbreak of emotional distress across the city, Hina is promised the chance to dance again–at least, if the trio succeeds in their goal. gameplay Following on from the likes of Endless Ocean and Subnautica, Beyond Blue is an underwater exploration game in which you control a human diver. That diver is Mirai and, along with a team of fellow marine scientists, it’s her job to investigate various underwater landscapes with the hope of better understanding the diverse marine life living there.Kidfunkadelic83 Definite Endless Ocean vibes. I've wanted an HD remake of the Endless Oceans for so long, so if this captures any of that magic I'm in. Beautiful design, sweet melodies and story, and engaging strategic gameplay will provide hours of enjoyment for those of us who love turn-based roleplaying games. What's more, you'll be supporting a genre of games aimed at "people" rather than "men," and that's a worthy goal that will help all of us get the most of what gaming, as a medium, has to offer. Pros