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The designer of playgrounds

Posted: December 28, 2017 at 3:42 pm   /   Competitive, PC Games, Reviews

 Theme park review In short, the orphans of the rollercoaster tycoon series suddenly had something to choose from. Meanwhile, the title of Pantera Entertainment has practically stopped, apart from a series of updates that have made the first-hour buyers mad.   Let’s clarify right away: Theme park studio is not a video game in the canonical sense. By […]

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Japan launches the challenge at Hearthstone

Posted: December 24, 2017 at 4:13 pm   /   Board game / Card game, Competitive, PC Games, Reviews

Take drawings of Japanese anime, add collectible cards and a style of play that traces the super famous title Blizzard, seasoned with a plot not too complicated and you will get Shadowverse: in a landscape so rich in games of this type, aims to compete with Hearthstone already having 8 million accounts active mainly in Japan, South Korea […]

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We return children

Posted: December 22, 2017 at 3:30 pm   /   Competitive, PC Games, Reviews

For many born in the ’80s, Disney Club has long been the appointment of the weekend not to be missed at any cost. The transmission derived from a television format proposed by Mickey Mouse’s house around the world, called in the original language The Disney Afternoon.    The enormous success achieved in Italy among young people […]

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How long will the phenomenon PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds?

Posted: September 11, 2017 at 3:45 pm   /   Competitive, PC Games, Survival Games

In just three days of sales on Steam project PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds could set a record by generating $ 11 million in revenue. But this achievement of a game from the early access, not the end. Now H1Z1 and Day Z clone can boast a new record: sold over one million copies in just 16 days. And this is without […]

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Why Being an A#%hole Still Pays in Gaming

Posted: August 20, 2017 at 1:38 pm   /   Action, Competitive, Online Games, PC Games

How far does a game have to fall before a company makes some sort of major decision to set things to rights? When do exploits, which can often be harmless fun, go too far? When it comes to Ubisoft and For Honor, we may have an answer. It is all thanks to the For Honor Hero Series Finals […]

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Hands On with Overwatch Team Deathmatch and the new Roadhog buff

Posted: August 16, 2017 at 3:16 pm   /   Action, Casual Games, Competitive, Online Games, PC Games

The latest Overwatch PTR patch saw some much-needed changes to a few heroes of the likes of Widowmaker, Junkrat, Orisa, and Roadhog. These changes could put these heroes in a much better place in the game and hopefully, for a few of them they would help them from being labelled a “Troll Pick”.These changes have […]

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Will Rockstar Ever Play Nice with PC Gamers?

Posted: August 8, 2017 at 8:19 pm   /   Action, Adventure, Competitive, PC Games, Top

It’s that time of year where companies are releasing all sorts of earnings reports. This means we sometimes here about plans for current and future games. One of the companies to do such a thing is Take-Two, the parent company of Rockstar Games.   You know what that means; people are looking for any kind […]

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Why Gamers Should Stop Caring About Hard Mode

Posted: August 4, 2017 at 4:09 pm   /   Action, Adventure, Casual Games, Competitive, PC Games

With recent Nintendo trends, higher game difficulties, or ‘Hard Mode’, have seen a downgrade in priority. The trend of omitting a hard mode or putting it behind some type of paywall has angered many fans, including our own Editor-in-Chief Shaun Kelly. While Nintendo is starting to get a bit flippant about locking content behind scarce Amiibos, […]

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TACOMA IS A COMPELLING GAME, BUT IT CAN’T TOP GONE HOME

Posted: August 4, 2017 at 3:40 pm   /   Competitive, Reviews

THE SPACE STATION Tacoma is full of phantoms. Fragments of conversations, traces of casual strolls. The ephemera of life somehow given shape. See, the Tacoma’s inhabitants are recorded constantly, their biometric data and every moment of their daily lives catalogued and stored by the station’s on-board AI, ODIN. That data ostensibly belongs to Venturis, the megacorp […]

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IN THE SHADOW OF OVERWATCH: HOW GAMES ARE TRYING (AND FAILING) TO COMPETE

Posted: August 3, 2017 at 6:28 pm   /   Action, Adventure, Competitive

Overwatch is very popular. But more than that, Overwatch is a very difficult game for competitors to challenge. Now, this doesn’t mean that Overwatch is necessarily the “best,” simply that it’s constructed in such a way that becoming a successful competitor is difficult. This is because Blizzard understands the mistakes that other developers make, and actively avoids those mistakes. In essence, Overwatch was crafted to […]

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