Originally posted on SeacoastBeverageLab.com I am not a big sports fan, which goes against the ever-lasting bond of sports and beer. However, I am a video game fanatic. Seldom have the two worlds collided in a big way until right now. Enter Rocket League. Developer Psyonix was able to send me an early review code before the game was publicly released, so they too saw the importance of Beer and Video Games. Rocket League is the long awaited sequel to Supersonic Acrobatic Rocket-Powered Battle-Cars for the Playstation 3. To simplify the concept for a moment, the game is “Soccer/Futbol with cars that have rocket boosters on them”. Game Modes In Rocket League, the objective is to score as many goals as you can in the allotted time. The game is broken up into 3 main modes. In Exhibition, you and up to 4 friends locally play against computer bots or play against each other. For Playstation 4 owners this is the game that gives you the reason to buy at least one more controller. This game is meant to be played on the couch with friends or at great arcade bars like Arcadia National Bar in Portland, ME. In Season mode, you compete against computer bots in a longer running season. This mode is great for those who want to take the game offline and hone their skills. Finally there is Online mode, the belly of the beast. Just like in Exhibition mode, you compete in 1v1, 2v2, 3v3 or...
Brian and Ben of Let’s Talk Beer host a special edition of the Seacoast Beverage Lab podcast with 2Beerguys.com’s Sean Jansen in honor of Portsmouth Beer Week. We talk to brewers from Great Rhythm, Smuttynose and Stoneface. Check it out!
In the very first episode of the Let’s Talk Beer Podcast we talk about our roots. How did we get into beer? How did we meet? Most importantly, what the hell is Let’s Talk Beer? Enjoy!!