If you’re in the market for a new video gaming system, you have an impressive number of options. It can be overwhelming, especially if you’re looking for a video game system that’s suitable for children. You want something that’s affordable, versatile, and will keep your kids entertained –– not to mention the need for a range of age-appropriate games. The expert team at GameTruck Atlanta plans mobile gaming parties for people of all ages, and these are our favorite video game systems that are kid-friendly.
1. Nintendo Switch
Not only does the Nintendo Switch have a range of titles for children, but the system also allows parents to set parental control restrictions. Kids may be tempted to stay up all night playing games like Mario Kart 8, but adults can set a shut-off time for the Switch.
2. Xbox One
The Xbox One is famous for its mature game offerings like Call of Duty and Overwatch, but those aren’t the only games available. Whether you want to teach useful skills with a problem-solving game like LEGO Marvel Super Heroes or allow your children to get musical with Rock Band 4, the system has plenty of kid-friendly games that are even enjoyable for adults.
3. Sony PlayStation 4
The PlayStation system is one of Sony’s most established product lines, so it’s no surprise that the PlayStation 4 truly has something for everyone. PlayStation allows parents to set limits on which games can be played, whether a child has access to the Internet and whether the child can contact other player on the PlayStation network. And of course, the system also has a wide range of games for children of all ages.
If you’re planning a party for kids, teenagers or adults, GameTruck Atlanta is here to help you make your event unforgettable. Our one-of-a-kind video game parties give you a way to entertain your guests without the stress of party planning. Contact us today at 866-253-3191 or click here for a pricing quote.
When you think about enviable romances in pop culture, you may first consider relationships like Jack and Rose from Titanic. But if you only look at books and movies for amazing love stories, you’re missing out on a huge subset of the entertainment industry. Video game romances are often even more romantic than what we see on the big screen. You may disagree with some of our picks for the top video game romances of all time, but you can’t deny that these characters have found something special. Read on to find out some of our favorite video game fairytales.
1. Mario and Princess Peach
If you’re looking for the perfect video game romance, you don’t have to look farther than Mario and Princess Peach. Mario spends most games determined to save the princess from Bowser. While Mario and Princess Peach aren’t ever officially recognized as a couple, it’s impossible to ignore the chemistry between the pair –– they’ve been going strong for over 30 years.
2. Nathan Drake and Elena Fisher
Nathan and Elena have a complicated relationship throughout Uncharted, especially when compared to Mario and Princess Peach. The couple often bickers about Nathan’s treasure hunting, but this romance is an unforgettable one because it’s realistic. In the end, everything works out for the couple –– a reminder that even complex relationships can have happy endings.
3. Kairi and Sora
Kingdom Hearts fans are well-versed in the story of Kairi and Sora, but for those who aren’t familiar with the two, they’re a heartwarming pair. They grew up as childhood friends, and who can resist a lifelong love story? We won’t spoil the ending for you, but Sora makes quite the sacrifice for Kairi in the game’s first installment.
Whether you want to spot one of your favorite video game romances or find a new couple to fall in love with, booking an event with GameTruck Atlanta is a great way to play a range of video games. We offer one-of-a-kind mobile video game parties, and we’re proud to serve the Atlanta area. Contact us today at 866-253-3191 or click here for a pricing quote.
We know that thinking of party ideas for kids is not easy, so we want to give you a hand. Our mobile video game truck will come to you, and we can even bring along our mobile laser tag! If it’s winter-themed games you’re looking for, read on for our top picks that will help you get in the spirit for the Winter Olympics.
Want to feel the winter chill?
In North Atlanta we know it gets cold, that’s why we want to help give you ideas for a video game party! This winter-themed video game will help you and your friends feel the chill of snow while remaining warm. Just make sure you stay frosty while playing Horizon Zero Dawn: The Frozen Wilds. As you travel over and above the northern mountains, you’ll fight for your life because the Bank tribe doesn’t take kindly to travelers. Make sure you survive the harsh winter and the frozen threats that come!
Miss old style winter arcade games?
We know just the game! In March of 2017, V7 Entertainment released Old Time Hockey. This game is a hit and may even be nominated as one of your community event ideas. There are two forms of control, the standard NHL series control and the two button setup for old school players. Try it out and let us know what you liked!
Is it snowing? Do you miss driving? Now you can race without hitting the snowy streets!
With Forza Motorsport 7 and Gran Turismo Sport, you’ll scratch that speed itch we know you have. We know these games are just too fun to put down. With that said, we don’t take responsibility if you call out sick to stay home and play these games!
It would be a disservice to our patrons if we didn’t mention at least one classic game
You guessed it, the Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy is back! This game is a great choice for a boy’s birthday party and a girl’s birthday party alike! Released in June of 2017, this is one of the oldest video game series. Started in the 1990s this game has evolved over they years and is still kicking! Now you can experience this game like never before!
Don’t wait until everyone else has booked their winter game truck!
Visit us by clicking this link and check out our game truck party prices and book your very own video game themed party to celebrate the Winter Olympics!
Did we miss any of your favorite winter games?