Best Nintendo Switch Games For Family Fun: TMNT Shredder's Revenge

Gaming as a family is a great way to bond and spend quality time together. It also gives parents a chance to enjoy game time with their children and make memories that will last a lifetime. Gaming can be a great way to teach kids about teamwork, problem-solving, and competition in a healthy and fun way. And let's not forget, it's also a great way to relieve some stress and have a little fun. So, next time you're looking for a fun way to spend some quality family time, break out the controllers and give family gaming a try with Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shredder's Revenge on the Nintendo Switch.

TMNT: Shredder's Revenge is a 6-player game (yes... a six-player game) that's great for multiplayer family fun, starring the beloved crime-fighting pizza-loving turtles in a half-shell. The game is easy to play with simple controls, making it great for family gaming sessions. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shredders Revenge is perfect for Nintendo Switch gamers who are looking for a bit of family fun that delivers a challenge. This allows you to work together with your family to overcome the odds and have a great time, preferably during pizza night. I'm just saying, it would make the perfect combination. Cowabunga!

Not only is this game affordable, it also takes some of us back to the day when arcade games ruled the land and pixelated graphics, blew our minds. To be able to experience so many generations of gaming is just amazing. That said... don't get this confused with the 1989 TMNT Arcade game... this is a new installment to the franchise and its one you don't want to miss.

There are plenty of great pizza deals out there, so grab your favorite pizza... and if you have memories of TMNT from back in the day, enlighten your family and fun it up. I remember going to the movies as a kid to see TMNT: The Secret of the Ooze and just thought it was the best thing ever. We use to watch old Kung Fu movies as kids, so that was right up my alley.

Fun fact: They all wore red back in the day.

As mentioned above, you can enjoy this multiplayer beat-em-up with up to 6 players, so if you have a big family... this definitely should prove to be a hit. You can choose from Michaelangelo (my fave growing up), Leonardo, Raphael, Donatello, April O'Neil, and Master Splinter. If you're wondering if the game has Casey Jones, ask yourself if... water is wet. :p

By the way, the most powerful + fast characters are Michaelangelo & Raphael. Raphael and Master Splinter are the strongest, but... Master Splinter is slow. Michaelangelo & April are the fastest characters but... April doesn't have the power. Leo is balanced across the board between range, speed, and power. I could say Casey Jones, but... Casey has Leo beat with the range. Donnie also gets the job done, but he and Master Splinter are on the lower side, so... you do get a good mix that allows your family to choose between characters that will work with them the most.

I say this because a younger (or less experienced) gamer might not feel as good with Donatello or Master Splinter due to their speed, while a seasoned gamer has no problem managing them with proven skills. 

On that note, check out Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Splinter's Revenge and game on!

This game is rated E for Everyone!

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Hi-Fi Rush!


Feel the beat as wannabe rockstar Chai and his ragtag team fight against an evil megacorp with raucous rhythm combat! From Tango Gameworks comes Hi-Fi RUSH, an all-new action game where the world syncs to the music.

Grab your headphones

Bang your head to licensed and original songs, synced to the game’s world. Like to stream? Showcase your skills online using the streaming mode, replacing licensed tracks with original music so you can post the action online with minimal fuss.

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FTS: “Hotel Renovator” Launches March 7 on PC, Later This Year on PS5/XSX


Hotel Renovator Releases March 7 on PC & Later This Year on Consoles!

PARIS -- Jan. 26, 2023 -- Focus Entertainment and Two Horizons are excited to announce that Hotel Renovator, the simulation game where you design the hotel of your dreams, will release on March 7 on PC and later this year on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S. The wait will soon be over for fans of the genre eagerly anticipating this collaboration between two experts in developing and publishing top simulation experiences. Pre-orders are now open on Steam and will grant access to special in-game items with the “Palace Furniture Set” DLC.

Embrace the endless possibilities

Let your creative instincts run wild in Sandbox Mode, or uncover your grandfather’s past and carry on his legacy in Story Mode, taking matters into your own hands after you inherit a run-down hotel, using smart management and sharp investment to take your hotel on a journey from shabby to glory! From interior architecture to decoration and hospitality, draw upon over 2,000 furniture items and elements to turn your unique vision of hotel design and customer experience into a 5-star business.

Hotel Renovator will offer mod support at launch, giving players endless possibilities to create unique content and share their designs to inspire a vibrant community of renovators! That community will grow to include console players later this year, with a PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S launch scheduled for 2023.

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Hey Blu: Is AI stealing tech jobs? Possibly... but more Indie Devs may be the result!

I'm responding to a portion of an email that was sent this week because... I think it would make for an interesting post sent by... Will Anurak. Shout out to you.

"With the advent of AI, game developers are beginning to think seriously about replacing employees with artificial intelligence and I think it's a good thing. After all, AI can work for cheaper salaries, and it doesn't take vacations or sick days. What's not to love?" - Will A.

Not to be sarcastic, but... the AI doesn't work for a dime, but maybe that was what you were trying to say. Speaking of salaries, the people working for those salaries... need those salaries because they need the ability to pay bills, eat, and all that good stuff. If AI did it all, we'd be done for! It's a give-and-take when you think about it. Let's say that the majority of jobs were AI in software, and AI bots in manufacturing/services, where would the money come from in order to generate any sort of revenue to keep the doors open? People need a way to make a way or they would be no way other than to go back to the basics and farm, tinker, and barter to cover our daily needs.

This is why we have great respect for the essential workers because everything would break down without them, Will and they need to be paid in order to have a reason to clock back in. It's not all about the money. I actually thought about this as a kid when we'd think about someone having all the money in the world. We'd go back and forth because... money wouldn't matter if no one else had any.

"Of course, there are still some issues to work out. For example, AI might not be able to create the next great AAA game on its own. And smaller games might suffer if all the big studios start using AI, since budgets would shrink." - Will A.

Sadly, when it comes to some developers, these issues are the only thing stopping them from massive layoffs. I hope they turn away from such thoughts and instead use AI for fillers. I understand that there are smaller developers who don't have a way to make a way without... AI, because that's the only way they were able to get off the ground, but... slamming the door on employees is a bad idea.

Truth be told, when it comes to some stores like... The Dollar Tree (for example), I'm totally for self-checkout options. Add some self-checkout kiosks in there, have one person on the register, and let the other person stock/step in when needed. I've seen these workers running back and forth with boxes sitting in aisles, long lines for a worker who has to call someone from stocking, the office, or the storage room for help. Based on that... I feel like self-checkout kiosks would help relieve some of the stress and help them get to become more efficient (not get rid of them).

I've seen people leave stores because lines were too long, and I've left stores because I was pressed for time. That's money that could've been made, so the self-checkout options should pay for themselves in a short time even if the investment could affect the bottom line initially. It can be done in a roll-out type of way to cover sections of states based on need... and the video/managers would be proof of need. This is one example how AI can help and not hinder opportunities.

"But overall, it seems like AI is the wave of the future for the game industry. So if you're thinking about getting into game development, you might want to learn how to code for AI too." - Will A.

I only dabble a little, if any with code, but... code isn't my thing at all. I'm on the creative side. Anyway, I think it would suck for developers to do this unless they absolutely need to do this. If it does happen, it's safe to assume that more indie devs would pop up comprised of industry veterans ready to serve up some eye-catching titles, and I hope that results in more doors being open to those in need of opportunities based. I still don't see if happening in a way that would just replace dev teams... but I can't forget about the massive layoffs that occur, so it's hard to say what will happen. AAA studios may want to think twice though because they could essentially create more competition for themselves.

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