November 9th 2016 will stand as a landmark day for the world and…..one that marks a future that many of us have no idea what will bring. But things will be okay. The human mind, body and soul are powerful forces that will not be trifled with, so we can take any force or challenge that we may face.
While some clear challenges in the future are known and scary, the world has dealt with harsh forces in the past. Today, I want to say that despite any forces and challenges that come our way, we will continue to provide news and positive content that you as our readers will enjoy.
I know that we took a break on November 9th and did not publish any content, but I honestly needed time to think. After talking with friends, family and professors at my college, I feel better about things. While I am still nervous about what will happen, that won’t stop me from writing content on this site and working hard to become a teacher.
Everyone, keep hold to your goals and dreams, as they will get you very far in life. Also be kind to one another, as just saying ‘Hello’ or holding the door for someone can make there day. Expect today to see a wealth of content release on 3WIREL, as I want to move forward and live day by day.
If you are feeling sad, consider reading any of the articles or posts published on this site; I hope they bring a smile to your face or make you feel better. And if you are happy? Stay happy! The world while scary sometimes has positive elements all around us.
And know this; the world may have a unknown future but know that you have friends and family you can talk to. Thank you all for the support over the past year and I am honored that you read this website. Thank you all for everything and try to have a good day.
Final Fantasy Brave Exvius is now available to download on iOS and Android, offering a new role-playing game in the series exclusively on mobile. The free download stars a new set of heroes, along with various summons and familiar faces that longtime fans will recognize.
Brave Exvius opened for pre-registration earlier this spring, launching with a promotional campaign that promised in-game rewards for every registration. Now that the game’s out, players who start it today will be rewarded with several bonus items and access to Final Fantasy 6‘s Terra. These are available until July 17.
As for the game itself, it boasts turn-based gameplay, daily quests, in-app purchases to speed up the leveling process and a huge Japanese fanbase. More than 6.5 million people play Brave Exvius in Japan, according to Square Enix. Watch the launch trailer above to get a sense of whether this latest Final Fantasy game is your speed — or if you’d prefer to wait for Final Fantasy 15, out on consoles this September.
Microsoft had a lot of entertainment features for the Xbox One close to its launch and it was to attract the causal gamer or non-gamers. One such feature was Xbox Fitness and it is now getting shut down. The full press release regarding this will be listed below.
This title is a new JRPG release from NIS America and Spike Chunsoft, and we will be reviewing the title next week. But due to not having a review ready however, we will instead have a first impressions post that will be structured like a normal review on 3wirel, but without any review scoring system in place.
Grand Kingdom is out now on the PlayStation Network storefront on both PlayStation Vita & PlayStation 4, with a retail release of the title coming out on Tuesday June 28th.
Sonic recently celebrated his big 25th Birthday and what better way to celebrate it then going back to the game many highly regard; Sonic Generations. This title blends the Sonic of new and old into a package that pushes quality, past memories and a return to a style of level design not seen since the days on the Genesis & SEGA Dreamcast.
Does the game accomplish its goal of being the grand celebration of the Sonic series, or does it falter in many areas?
We continue our celebration of the Sonic series with a long article covering Sonic’s life on the SEGA Dreamcast and his introduction to Nintendo platforms. This is where everything changes for Sonic, and the time where the series experiments with a lot of new features. But it is still Sonic at its core and many hold fond memories of his run on the Dreamcast and his first GameCube adventure.