11-21-2012 03:42 AM
When I received my own first PlayStation starting the year when resident evil 1 made its way to the charts I have always stated to myself that the opportunity to play against someone either online or live would take place really soon in the near future. But never I would ever thought as time flows by I would never get that chance due to the fact as online gameplay surpasses on what’s real anymore as well as numerous players play unconsciously where other online gamers fail to enjoy a game purchase for their own pleasure. But getting older as we go along I started to realize that the fun of the game is who you are enjoying that time with, but circumstance come along where when will that happen?
I feel that has changed now when all of a sudden I receive a baby boy in my life where I know that my own son will assist me in killing zombies or even other players online to help win a war that others still try to destroy call "hopes and dreams" of playing safely online.
But when you start a game that would interest the next person in line - my son of 2 years - an amazingly shows a smile that is the same as the one in little big planet karting the emotions of having a partner in crime starts right then and there. My kid started watching these karts race each other as well as giving faces to entertain the player for a great time. And all of the sudden he starts acting like sackboy with his tongue out and making gestures stating to myself I’m glad I purchased this game to enjoy myself and my family around me.
Video games have gone a great way to entertain a household, but placing a good vibe and rhythm to my sons face and ears especially the music part makes me feel great inside to be part of the PlayStation world to pass on to my boy. After knowing how the controller vibrates he then notices that while moving the controller he can move the vehicle. Now telling this story about wanting a buddy to enjoy games with, LBP Karting will always have a special place in my heart because this game made my son and I bond in funny times and family times.