tag:retiredgamers.posthaven.com,2013:/ Retired Gamers 2020-05-23T09:19:00Z tag:retiredgamers.posthaven.com,2013:Post/1548574 2020-05-23T09:12:49Z 2020-05-23T09:19:00Z Days Gone Chronicles - More hordes and a slight hold up.

My Days Gone journey is going a lot better since I last posted! I've had some ups and downs and frankly, I almost wanted to give up on "What it takes to survive" because it took me so long to gather all the materials and supplies I needed to fight the horde that I made myself nauseous. It turned out the horde wasn't as big as I thought it was going to be but it was still a challenge for me even fully stocked up. The biggest challenge was actually SEEING. I couldn't see anything in that dark cave! I kept running all the wrong ways which did not help. As far as actually taking the horde down with my stock, I believe I died once just because I caught up and the horde jumped on me. After that I felt like I didn't have what it took to survive but I ultimately beat it!

After beating the horde, I started working on more missions. During that I encountered a Reacher roaming about. They appear now as enemies throughout the regions with colder climates. He appeared near the mission I was doing so I had a couple of encounters with him. I'm fascinated by their design. I love the hairs growing out of their backs for some reason. 



Back to the mission, it was a motorcycle chase and for the life of me, I could not beat it! I tried at least 6 times before throwing in the towel for the night.Today I went back and tried again. On my third attempt, I finally beat the chase and I felt relieved and like I could move on with my life at last. I definitely had to get smart about it though and use some strategies like parking my bike as close to me as I could to jump on faster and also cut across an area in the beginning of the chase that I didn't even realize I could in prior attempts. Lastly, I think luck had a bit to do with it! After shooting his tires down I actually ended up going off the path and somehow managed to get back on it while ramming into his bike, eventually knocking him off which caused me to beat the mission. I lucked out for sure!

I also burned some nests and fought another horde since I last posted. I have also since avoided a horde as well.


During the horde and nest battles, a Breaker appeared out of nowhere and nearly made lunch meat out of me! I find the Breakers to be more of a challenge than the Reachers but that's just me!

I also took a neat screenshot of my new weapon. I want to say I obtained it after killing a horde possibly as a reward. Things are getting hazy because I've done so much since just yesterday.


Lastly, the following two screenshots are freakers in unusual positions. They're just sitting there waiting, lost in thought perhaps, or just sleeping. The one sitting in the car catapulted toward me when I got too close to him. I'll be back with more progress posts sooner rather than later!


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tag:retiredgamers.posthaven.com,2013:Post/1546937 2020-05-19T19:06:42Z 2020-05-19T19:35:35Z Days Gone Chronicles - Reaching the End

I know I'm nearing the End of the game Days Gone and it makes me feel worried about HOW it will end.

I was actually minding my own business, admiring the scenery in the game and on my way to another mission when I stumbled upon another horde. I decided to go ahead and take it out because I was fully stocked up. It took me a little longer than it probably should have but I'm not complaining! I cleared a bit over 300 freakers.


Unfortunately, it all went downhill from there as I accidentally made my way to the mission "What it takes to survive" for O'Brien, a member of NERO (the National Emergency Response Organization.) This mission takes place in a cave and you're actually sent in by O'Brien to search for his missing team members, including his friend so their families can have closure. Deacon is a little surprised they have families that even need closure considering the rest of the population has lost everyone they love.

As soon as I found all the members and learned their fates, a cutscene triggered and shortly after that, I was fighting my first Reacher boss. I thought this was going to be intense but it was actually easier to fight than a Breaker, which are overgrown freakers. 


It was relatively easy to take out the Reacher and after that I was informed by O'Brien I needed to remove a tracker from it which would help in locating when hordes were on the move. This action triggered the next action, which was O'Brien then informing me that the horde was heading straight into the cave.


As you can imagine, I was not ready for this due to depleting my inventory fighting a horde right before entering the cave. As luck would have it, I waited and collected what little gear was available in the cave and waited but nothing happened. The horde never came. I was getting agitated so I had to look up how to trigger the horde to enter but it turns out this was a glitch that has happened to several people. The horde never materialized for whatever reason and I read you needed to restart the entire game and system. After doing that, I loaded the game back up and I immediately had to restart at the checkpoint just before the Reacher appeared. I couldn't make my way out of the cave to gear up and I tried! When I would try to exit it would restart the checkpoint on the mission back in the cave as if I died. 

After giving it a second go, I killed the Reacher again and the horde poured in! I wasn't ready. I had no time to prepare. I didn't even have time to pick up the nearby items before they filled the room. All I had on me to use were bombs I had to set, which I had no time to set. I managed to eventually use them all but with my limited health and almost no throwables (cocktails, bombs, or napalm) I was underprepared and no match for the horde. After trying at least 3 times or more, I decided I was getting frustrated and I was also too tired to continue. It was early morning already. I decided to do what I fear doing the most, which was going back to the previous save before the cave. 


It was a hard choice but I did it! I decided to stock up on materials to the best of my ability which seemed to take extra long! I really had to search for every thing I had while avoiding being attacked to not use up what I just stocked up on. It was quite a journey. It took me at least 2-3 hours or more to search for everything I needed to be fully stocked. You wouldn't believe how just searching for materials can take so long in this game! I ran into the worst scenarios such as a Rager (Rabid Bear) and a Breaker (Huge Freaker) together TWICE on two separate occasions (see above video), ambush camps, motorcycle accidents, snipers, and more hordes.


It was a struggle but now that I'm stocked, I'm ready to take on the horde in "What it takes to survive!" The above pic shows a Breaker chasing me when all I wanted to do was collect supplies. I was lucky though because I did run into a NERO campsite where I was able to use the NERO injector to increase my stamina again for the hordes. This game definitely doesn't make things easy! 

~@Peachio


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tag:retiredgamers.posthaven.com,2013:Post/1543365 2020-05-12T10:24:27Z 2020-05-12T10:28:16Z I killed my first horde! #DaysGone


I finally got to the point in the game where I had to face a horde head-on! I actually died twice at 25% before beating it. Third times a charm! I was able to knock the horde out using mostly napalm, molotov cocktails, my gun, and shooting explosive barrels. I did a lot of running too and used distractors as often as I could. For some reason my husband kept talking to me while I was fighting the horde and I couldn't figure out what was so important. Anyway, I'll give a brief (aka long) summary of what I did!


The first thing I did was park my bike in this spot. It seems like the most obvious spot to park the bike after getting the cutscene with Captain Kouri. If I needed to jump back on, it was in a good spot for me to get to.

After dying twice, I was able to get a better sense of where things were. I started out with distractors to attract a portion of the horde but of course, they all came running as soon as the napalm went off.


After the napalm hit, I took off running without any stamina boosts unfortunately. Gradually I kept repeating this process utilizing as many of my throwables as I could. I also mostly ran through the big rigs in the area because I was able to climb them which helped when my stamina depleted. The best thing I did was never stop running. I had some close-calls but I kept moving and if I had a good distance between the horde and I, I would pop some health or craft more cocktails/napalm when and where I could. It all went relatively well but let me be the first to say, it had my adrenaline at an all-time high! What a rush! I thought I probably shouldn't be getting that excited or I might need to check my blood pressure. :( I can't recall a more intense in-game battle personally! 



The bonus was earning a trophy!


After killing off my first horde, I went to sell the remains. Turned out to be 251 freakers!


Although I was so relieved and excited to kill my first horde (its been building up to this point), I was actually more shooketh by the progression of the story with Deacon and Sarah! I took a break from this game because I didn't want to actually beat it but I have determined the time has come. I'm going for it! This game is truly shaping up to becoming my all-time favorite game and that's saying A LOT! Stay tuned for more! ~@Peachio


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tag:retiredgamers.posthaven.com,2013:Post/1538933 2020-05-02T21:22:06Z 2020-05-02T21:24:52Z Update on my mog garden!

Here's an update on my mog garden/landscaping in Animal Crossing! My shrubs finally grew in and most of my flowers are blooming! I thought I should post this before I actually get the ability to make paved walkways and trails because I want to be able to see the evolution of my island.


I also added a little area to relax on the beach with my friends. XD


And lastly, here are a few photos from my friends flowers! They inspired me to grow new colors.

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tag:retiredgamers.posthaven.com,2013:Post/1535213 2020-04-24T22:51:28Z 2020-05-02T21:27:02Z What’s on the agenda? April/2020

My progress in Animal Crossing is going well. Yesterday’s update allowed me to plant shrubs so I thought I would show off my entryway to my island! Here’s the ‘before’ pics and the after pics will come in a few days when they actually fully grow in. They’re getting there!

EDIT: See the updated landscaping!

I’m essentially using the shrubs to create a path even though I have plenty of fencing options available. The fences block off views that I want to keep which is why I went with the iron fence at the entryway.

I also visited a friend’s island (her husband’s house) and found that he had this dungeon as his living room. Eerie!

I’ve been playing Splatoon 2 lately as well. I’m now level 10 which sounds n00bish and it should.

I just tweeted a clip of me surviving someone trying to own me several times. I was actually shocked I survived because I don’t play to splat people, I just try to avoid them and cover ground.

Lastly, I’m getting back into trying to beat Earth Night with mostly epic fails. I’ve also been putting off Days Gone for a number of reasons but I think it’s time to finish it off. I’m close! ~@Peachio]]>
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tag:retiredgamers.posthaven.com,2013:Post/1524132 2020-03-26T21:03:31Z 2020-04-08T18:21:35Z What's on the agenda? March/2020

I took a week off of gaming after playing Earth Night for one complete day and not being able to beat the game the entire day. I actually don't know if I played the entire day because at some point I know I ate and looked after my son. Haha! Well, since then I've been taking a break from Earth Night, which is an amazingly fun game about dragons taking over the world. Humans have given up the fight and fled to live in spaceships.  ...BUT not all humans. Some want to fight for Earth, hence Earth Night! Here are a few screenshots from the game to prove how awesome it looks but if seeing is believing, hearing is as well. The music in this game is so perfect for this game, that I can not even begin to explain it in words. Just go play! I plan to make a video of my gameplay in the future and I'll update this post when I do! (IF I ever beat it.) The last level is insanely hard. Okay, the last two levels are. :( 

Up next, while looking through PSN for a better internet browser to watch the local news, which I did not find by the way, I actually stumbled upon this app called AquaTV. It's basically a digital fish tank screensaver. The kick is, you can design it yourself and add the fishes you want in it, adjust the backgrounds, gravel, and more. It's very limited but still fun. My favorite part is actually the reef design. Check out the screens below! It does cost $9.99 but it's a small price to pay to be able to enjoy it!


I also took time to try the Resident Evil 3 demo, which I found to be "too scary." This is coming from a now 35-year-old woman! I must warn you, the first time I picked up this game I was much younger and enjoyed survival horror games including all the frights that come with it. Now, I have grown weak and frail. I really don't think I can handle it, but it was so much fun! I found it to be a bit hard believe it or not. I think the zombies were more powerful than I was expecting. Since I've been playing Days Gone and the typical freakers go down without a fight, it was a shocker to have the RE zombies be surprisingly resilient. At any rate, while I was playing I said to myself, the only thing that could make this worse is having Nemesis pop out and as soon as I opened the next door, a cut scene with Nemesis played and I was not ready for it! I did record my play-through so when we are able to get that up, I'll update this post with the link. I also died once! :(


Lastly, Resetti and I did try out the game Moving Out together. I uploading a few screens to Twitter after we played but here are a few more. I really had a lot of fun with it. Definitely one of those "feel good" games for sure! It's sure to make you laugh and probably fight (irl), and yell at anybody you're playing with. Can't wait for this one to drop April 28th, 2020! I'm happy to be a F.A.R.T! (Furniture Arrangement & Relocation Technician) 
We did not record any gameplay of us doing co-op (2 player) but I went back and played solo and did capture my experience. That video will be up in a few days as well. :) Stay tuned! 

UPDATE: Moving Out demo vid now up on our YouTube channel. Click below!


What's good for next month? Definitely more "Moving Out" and hope to finish Days Gone--which I have been putting off because I don't want the game to end.

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tag:retiredgamers.posthaven.com,2013:Post/1509701 2020-02-15T04:48:06Z 2020-02-15T04:48:06Z Valentine's Cards for nerdy gamers (2020 Edition) I'm late with making these but I whipped up some nerdy Valentine's tonight. Feel free to use 'em. Share the love and retweet! Hugs & Happy Valentine's Day! 


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tag:retiredgamers.posthaven.com,2013:Post/1507018 2020-02-06T15:37:15Z 2020-02-06T15:39:59Z Gamer Throwback || Final Fantasy Birthday Surprise

My husband and I have been out of the blogging scene for awhile now. Along the way, we managed to accomplish wonderful things individually and together! Now that we're back into gaming and blogging, we have a lot to talk about. A lot has happened over the years for us and to us. Which is why I thought it would be fitting to start a weekly blog called Gamer Throwback for #ThrowbackThursday. I thought it would be a great way to introduce some old content for the first time! 

With my first post, I'd like to share some Final Fantasy cupcakes I ordered for my husband. The fine girls @ a local company in my hometown called Oak Cliff Cupcake Co. took my silly idea and brought it to life in the most creative and fun way. First, I thought long and hard about what my husband would probably want without ever realizing it. I wanted him to have a "wow" reaction and to do that, I decided to pull inspiration from his favorite MMORPG, Final Fantasy XI. I then decided on the cactuar due to the simplicity of the design and I thought it could be replicated without too much of a hassle. We also had tons of fun playing together in Altepa desert being slaughtered by the cactuar's 1000 needles. Those were memorable times, so I thought it would make him smile to see those adorable yet deadly little enemies on his cupcakes. /run away /call for help!

The moogle on the other hand, looked like it would be more challenging but the girls made it happen. It required more color, more sculpting and, more finesse. I also chose the color of the icing for each and it couldn't have been better. These aren't the first time we've ordered video game themed cakes or cupcakes, and it won't be the last. Another of our favorites based off of FFXI was our wedding cake. We'll share that one later and come back and link it here when we do!

In the meantime, enjoy these wonderfully crafted, totally adorable, and delicious FFXI themed cupcakes!

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tag:retiredgamers.posthaven.com,2013:Post/1503980 2020-01-29T04:47:57Z 2020-01-29T04:59:33Z PlayStation Gear you need to get! - Retired Gamers Unbox!

Retired Gamers unbox merch and apparel from the PlayStation Gear online store. We decided to make this video because there are very few unboxing videos of PlayStation Gear and we wanted to see the items ourselves.

Link: https://youtu.be/tJ4FWBBrQ8g via YouTube

In this video we unbox the following: 
- PlayStation Logo buttons - Sold Out
Gradient Symbols Logo Tee 
PlayStation Multicolored Soccer Ball
Old School Jean Jacket - PlayStation and Fairplay 

Check out what the rest of the PlayStation Gear Store has to offer here: https://gear.playstation.com/ 

Hope this helps you in making your purchase! Please Like and Subscribe! 

Check us out on twitter: @RetiredGamerz
Our Blog at: http://retiredgamers.peachio.com
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tag:retiredgamers.posthaven.com,2013:Post/1498036 2020-01-11T18:35:34Z 2020-01-17T21:42:34Z Crash Bandicoot Loot Unboxing! (NOW AVAILABLE)


UPDATE: The video is now available to watch below or by clicking here!

We're gearing up to do our first unboxing video! What better unboxing to do than Crash Bandicoot! I'm actually playing Crash N. Sane Trilogy and it's my go-to game right now to unwind. To top it off, our 23-month-old son is currently obsessed with watching me play Crash. He asks me to play 'game' and play 'Crash' and I am unable to resist. When we found this amazing Crash loot crate at our local Fry's Electronics, we couldn't put it in the cart fast enough. We can't wait to unearth the treasures inside with you! Look out for the unboxing in the coming days! 

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tag:retiredgamers.posthaven.com,2013:Post/1494981 2020-01-03T04:35:44Z 2020-01-03T05:32:22Z 10 Best Video Game Songs by Peach
Although this post was a part of my personal blog five years ago, I decided to release this post again on our new blog here at Retired Gamers because these are still my favorite songs to this day. I mention that I wanted to do a Part II below and I will, but for now please enjoy this blast from the past!

Note: While I wish I could have included more, these are my top ten favorite video game songs. I may will make a Part II just to include the rest of the songs that I enjoy from more recent games that I want to share. The purpose of this post is not to say that only my opinion matters, instead it is meant to introduce a whole new world of music to visitors who most likely would never have encountered these songs on their own.


Beyond: Two Souls - Lost Cause
Beck / Ellen Page

>> MOCAP here! 

Final Fantasy VIII - Eyes On Me
Angela Aki


Final Fantasy X - Suteki da Ne
Rikki


Final Fantasy IX - Melodies of Life
Emiko Shiratori 



The Last of Us - Theme
Gustavo Santaolalla

>> Live theme here! 

Silent Hill 3 - Hometown

Walking Dead - Take Us Back
Alela Diane


Resident Evil Outbreak File #2 
- Intro Theme
Akihiko Matsumoto


Parasite Eve
 - Primal Eyes
Yoko Shimomura 


Silent Hill - ORT

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tag:retiredgamers.posthaven.com,2013:Post/1493234 2019-12-26T03:20:46Z 2020-01-03T05:33:41Z Merry PlayStation Christmas from The Retired Gamers!
Last year, we bought a new Twinkly Christmas tree and we were so excited about it because it was our first tree we picked out as a family. After it was up, it went several weeks without a star. I actually couldn't find one I liked and they were all relatively expensive. At some point, I put up our LED PlayStation light we picked up at GameStop and it seemed to fit perfectly.


With this tree, we were also able to match the PlayStation colors and it looked really nice! (colors not pictured, lol)

This year, I decided to make some ornaments to add to the tree. However, I decided to do this after the tree was already up and crowded with ornaments. I decided it would be best to do a photoshoot rather than stuff them on the tree this year! They came out great! 

They're extremely easy to make it you'd like to make your own. I'll briefly describe how I did it and I'll even provide the template I made below.

Here's what you'll need:

-Glitter paper matched to the PlayStation controller button colors (found at Hobby Lobby)
-X-acto knife + mat to cut on
-String or fishing line to hang ornaments
-Ornament template (two sizes available)

Here's the paper I picked out at Hobby Lobby. I tried to match it as best as I could. I also made ornaments in alternating gold and silver! You can do any colors you'd like. I believe these were $1.59-$1.99.

Now, before you begin you can probably free-draw and cut these out just fine but if you want a more consistent and professional look and feel, the template is available to download here. I made two sizes for the template which are small and large. Print out the template page you'd like to use before beginning.

DOWNLOAD TEMPLATE HERE:


Turn the paper with the glitter side down and simply place the template on top. With a pencil, trace onto the glitter paper to leave an indent of the symbol. Next, on top of a cutting mat, carefully cut out the symbols. To cut out the circle, I actually used a tool called a Circle Spin & Trim which makes cutting out circles a breeze. It's not necessary to use because you can cut the circles out by hand, but I bought it to make other crafts with so I decided to use it in order to have a clean cut. If you're interested, here's the link  from Hobby Lobby and don't forget to use the 40% off coupon!


Finally, after all the pieces are cut add a string to each ornament and hang on a tree or garland. To hide the strings, I actually hot glued them on the back. 

The gold and silver were actually made in the small size and the colored ornaments were made in the larger size.


I hope you enjoyed this quick tutorial and hope you can put together some ornaments of your own!

Finally, I'd like to share a photo of the topper I made. It needs some work but next year I have an idea to make it more sturdy. This will have to do for now. Merry Gamers Christmas!


-PEACH

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tag:retiredgamers.posthaven.com,2013:Post/1492513 2019-12-24T01:35:41Z 2020-01-03T05:34:12Z Christmas throwback!

On this day four years ago I was for sure I was losing it.

Merry Christmas! 


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tag:retiredgamers.posthaven.com,2013:Post/1490981 2019-12-20T00:13:28Z 2019-12-20T07:15:17Z Retired Gamers Gift Guide (2019)

If you're looking for a gift for that special someone for Christmas or any special day, look no further. Before I begin I should state that this post was geared more toward women because I’m essentially writing what I would like however all the gifts are relatively neutral and are suitable for anyone. I actually compiled this list by doing a late search for a Christmas gift for my husband, but I kept coming across things I wanted for myself. I actually made a Valentine's Day guide on my old blog and it inspired me to make an updated guide for 2019 for Retired Gamers because let's face it, not all women gamers want perfume and jewelry. Some of us just want games, controllers, and plushies. Browse around and enjoy this list, I did all the digging and searching so all you have to do is buy your special hunnie one of the items below and you'll be the talk of the town for being so thoughtful and caring with your gift selections. This list is 100% my own opinion and I'm not being compensated by anyone to share these links. I'm merely a gamer who knows what gamers want. I did not include the prices of each item because money should be no option on these particular gifts that will bring a lifetime of enjoyment.


Playstation Make-up Bag by Bioworld

This is great for putting in make-up if you wear it. I personally do, but I probably wouldn't want to put my make-up in here because I would want to preserve the bag. Make-up can get pretty messy. I would probably use it as a baggy to hold my loose change, phone, or a spare diaper. 

Where to buy:
Amazon.com 


Playstation Mug 

Perfect for hot chocolate, to display, or just to put cute pencils in on your desk!

Where to buy:
gear.playstation.com


Days Gone Deacon VS Freakers Statue

Are words even necessary for this one? Get this for your loved one and it will be the most epic gift they'll ever get in their lifetime. Although the price may seem a bit steep, the statue is extremely high-quality and the details are literally to-die-for! My favorite part about this statue is of course, a hyper-realistic Deacon St. John and the intense scene being captured with the stack of freakers in different stages of dying. The scene is captured so well that it actually feels like it's occurring in real-time. The gruesomeness is not over the top and overall it perfectly depicts an actual moment in time one might experience in the game rather than just being a simple unanimated pose. THIS ONE IS A WINNER!

Where to buy:
gear.playstation.com


Sweet Tooth Plush

I'm posting this one because I've been wanting it for quite some time now. I actually thought it would be cute to get for my son, but I realized it was really going to be for me if I did buy it. It's super cute and less-intimidating than real Sweet Tooth. It's a win-win! Any fan of Twisted Metal would be delighted to have this deadly baby Sweet Tooth in their collection. 

Where to buy: 
Amazon or Ebay?


Epic Lara Croft Tomb Raider III Statue

This is another no-brainer gift that will be so grand that no other gift given will ever match up to its glory. Classic Lara in one of her most iconic outfits is the perfect gift for any gamer who loves figures. It captures the Lara we all grew up with and is expertly crafted. Another pricey statue, but definitely a collectors item any Tomb Raider fan would love to cherish forever.

Where to buy:
Sideshow.com


RGB Gaming Keyboard

I'm listing this one because I actually have one similar to the one pictured above. I considered it a Christmas gift because my husband and I picked it out together around Christmas and I love it! It can be programmed to have lighting options of your choosing but I actually just do a multi-colored transition on all the colors. It's practical, functional, and something that will last for awhile. Definitely a good gift to give for someone who loves anything LED and colorful like myself! The brand I have is Tt eSPORTS and thats also what is pictured above.

Where to buy:
I bought mine at Best Buy but you can search for a number of different brands online or in stores. 

Death Stranding (PS4)

This is a game I have been wanting since the moment we caught our first glimpse of it in the eerie and mysterious trailer showing a clip of a strange world, X-files-type black oil, some type of fetus and Norman Reedus. It was compelling and intriguing and we needed it to release so we could play it immediately! Our hype wore out after waiting so long because we're Retired Gamers. We just don't have the energy to wait for games anymore because it allows us to think of all the unused, unplayed, unopened games we already own! So for this reason, we have not made the leap to buy this game. However, it is a game my husband and I still desperately want to play and after adding it to this list, I noticed it is now only $40 at Best Buy! NUTS! 

Where to buy:
Best Buy


Last but not least...


DualShock 4 Wireless Controller for PlayStation 4 - Electric Purple

This is actually something both my husband and I want. However, we can't justify spending the money on it when we have new, unopened controllers sitting in storage waiting to be played with. This is just one of the new colors released, but it's the only one I'm interested in. This color is outstanding and we've been waiting for a purple controller to come along for awhile. The trouble? We can't even find this in any stores! Too bad Black Friday came and went and this was nowhere to be found. If you are going to drop $65+ for a new controller, let it be this one! It will send any PlayStation fan over the edge!

Where to buy:
Any place that sells controllers!


I hope you enjoyed this guide for 2019! Although some of the items on this list are geared toward women, in reality anyone can appreciate the gifts above. What were your favorites? What are your favorite gifts to give the gamers in your life? Comment and let us know!

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tag:retiredgamers.posthaven.com,2013:Post/1490332 2019-12-18T05:13:10Z 2019-12-18T06:55:53Z New blog experiment!

We've decided to reactivate our posthaven account for blogging and start blogging our gaming adventures again. I forgot how much I liked this blogging service. Stay tuned for all new updates with our new gaming project called "Retired Gamers!"


Learn a little bit more about us on our about page!

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