Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Video Game

I really did try to limit the war video games, but in the end I was worn down as a mother sometimes gets. Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare is one of their favorite video games. At least it teaches strategy!

About: Award-winning studio Infinity Ward breaks new ground in storytelling in Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare, by exploring the weight of leadership and the responsibilities that come with it in an emotional, character-driven narrative. Players are thrust into wartime leadership as Captain Reyes, a Tier 1 Special Operations soldier, who takes the helm of the Retribution, one of Earth’s last remaining warships. In a time of unthinkable hardships, Reyes must lead the remnants of coalition forces against a relentless enemy in a war that stretches to new terrains across the vast expanse of our solar system beyond Earth. In addition to a riveting single player campaign, Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare will also deliver a robust multiplayer mode, and a unique cooperative zombies experience.

Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare

Why O’Bear likes it: He loves the Modern Warfare Remastered game that comes as a bonus with Infinite Warfare Legacy edition “because it’s real time and real guns instead of futuristic” which he prefers.

Why C’Man loves it: He plays the multi-player all the time online against others. He likes how you move around using jetpacks, wall running, and g-slide. His favorite weapon to use is the NV4.

Gosh, it’s hard to get words out of teenagers! I hope you understand what they are talking about because it may be above a mama’s head. ha!

The boys say you’ll love it.

Find it on Amazon or wherever video games are found.

Playstation or XBox!

Have you played a Call of Duty game before?

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Freeing up Space and Making Some Mad Money with Music Magpie

magpieI’ve chatted a lot about staying organized and de-cluttering my house this year. I’m slowly but surely doing that.

One area that needs work is our pile of DVDs, CDs, and Video Games. Since we stream or rent almost all of our movies now and our music is digitally stored on our phones, I am finding that I don’t need these anymore. Well, the video games are needed my boys might argue.

The best way I know how to get rid of unwanted items is to donate. I have also sold them in the past, but it just takes time to list everything and then have to mail it out, etc.

Well, my life may have just gotten easier. I found MusicMagpie.com.

Quickly type in the barcode or use their phone app to scan your movie. A price comes up on what they will instantly pay you. So cool! Then you print out their shipping label to mail to them for Free.

I will definitely be scanning all my DVDs and CDs this weekend. Very anxious to have this task crossed off my list and my space cleared out. Yay!

I do like donating, but as my mom always says ‘it’s nice to have a little mad money too!’

Will you be checking out MusicMagpie.com to get rid of unused movies, music and games?

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