What games we look forward to on PS4 in 2018 (we game on the go)

The popularity of PlayStation comes from its ability to offer gamers great and amazing games that keep them glued all the day. In 2018 there is a lot to expect from PlayStation 4 and some of the games coming up have already leaked and they are as follows;

  1. Shadow of the Colossus

This game was launched in 2005 for the PlayStation 2 but now is out for the PlayStation 4 owners and now it’s even better and great. Shadow of the Colossus gives you an excellent gaming experience with quality features and graphics is more than a standard video game.

  1. God of War

Another new game to expect 2018 is the God of War although the stars look like bald-headed from the current games, Kratos comes with a different look. Kratos is now a father and a family character. The game most probably will be launched on 20th April keep watching your calendar as you wait for this wonderful game.

  1. Detroit Become Human

This game is based on humanity future and artificial intelligence. The game will be focusing on the future version of Detroit city which is now an intelligent robot manufacturing hub. The game features Kara as the first robot looking for freedom. Detroit Become Human is a game about consciousness and what life means from a robot perspective you don’t have to miss this story. The game is scheduled for release on 25th may.

You can learn more about this game here.

  1. Spider- Man

The 2018 Spider-Man come with advanced features which will include the New York City which will enable you to swing and increased number of enemies. You will love the new features in this game and if you were enjoying the previous Spider-Man, 2018 will be another year of great gaming experience and fun.

There are other many games coming up on PS4 2018 such as Dreams, Death Stranding among others that Sony is yet to leak but expect better gaming experience this year.

Shinkansen

Planning a Trip to Japan

Shinkansen

Planning a trip to Japan for the first time can be overwhelming. There are simply so many destinations, attractions, and things to do that you will want to explore. But unless you are thinking of staying indefinitely, you have to squeeze in as much as you can in the time you are there. Here are some things worth doing if to make the most of your adventures in Japan.

1. Consider exploring the Golden Triangle of Japan — a journey that you can start from Tokyo to Kyoto to Nara and back. Or you can go for the Tokyo-Kyoto-Osaka route and see some of these cities’ iconic landmarks and attractions.

2. If you have long distance train trips on your itinerary, make sure to buy the Japan Rail Pass (JR Pass) before you leave. The JR Pass is the cheapest way you can travel long distances by train when in the country and can only be purchased outside the country. You can choose from the 7-day, 14-day, and 21-day options to enjoy the unlimited rides on JR trains during your trip.

3. Book your accommodation in advance. This not only helps you choose the accommodation that best fits your requirements and budget. It also prevents the unnecessary trouble of looking for a suitable place to stay at the last minute.

4. Enjoy the Japanese culinary cuisine and culture. Taste as many of the must-try dishes as you can by eating local foods. Get your fill of sushi, soba, gyoza, ramen, okonomiyaki, and so much more. And discover the wide array of traditional sweets as well as the many unique and quirky flavors of Japanese Kit Kats among others.

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6 Fascinating Neighborhoods in and around Seoul

There are places that you would not mind getting lost into. In Seoul, there is a long list of fascinating neighborhoods that make for delightful meanderings and interesting discoveries. Here are some of the coolest spots for some Seoulful wanderings.

Buam-dong
Buam-dong
Located in the district of Jongno known for its wide array of top tourist attractions, the charming neighborhood of Buam-dong offers a quiet respite not so far from the heart of the city. Nestled by beautiful nature scenery, the place boasts of coffee shops, galleries, and other must-see sites like Baeksa Valley and Seoul Fortress Wall among others.

Bukchon Hanok Village
Bukchon Hanok Village
This is one of the most famous residential neighborhoods in Seoul best known for its Korean traditional houses called hanoks. Not to be missed when in the area are the Bukchon Cultural Center, Changdeokgung Palace, and Cha Masineun Tteul tea house.

Hapjeong
Hapjeong
Hapjeong has earned a reputation as one of the hipster neighborhoods in Seoul. It is teeming with cafes, restaurants, galleries, shops, and entertainment hubs. Some of the neighborhoods top attractions include Bau House Cafe and its resident pups as well as its famous Café Street.

Hongdae
Hongdae
Sitting next to one of South Korea’s top universities, Hongdae is a neighborhood known for its vibrant nightlife. It is teeming with bars, cafes, restaurants, shops, and entertainment spots among many other attractions.

Insadong
Insadong
Food, art, and culture are some of the best reasons to make a detour to this charming neighborhood located near top tourist attractions like Gyeongbokgung Palace and Gwanghwamun Square. Take a leisurely stroll at the main street lined with galleries, shops that sell traditional arts and crafts, cafes, and restaurants. Wander into side streets and small alleyways to discover more of this soulful neighborhood.

Myeongdong
Myeongdong
One of Seoul’s top shopping destinations, Myeongdong offers plenty of things to see and do not to mention the mouthwatering foods you can find at street stalls, cafes, and restaurants in the area. Walk along the stretch of main shopping street and check out some of the best fashion and cosmetic items you can find. Explore, eat, shop, and soak in the vibe of this captivating neighborhood.