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The AMD Ryzen CPU Hits The Right Marks, Just Needs Right Price

15 Dec

The AMD Ryzen CPU was demoed recently and what a demo it was. AMD showed that the upcoming AMD Ryzen CPU could take on the overclocked 6900k unlocked CPU. When it comes to gaming not only was the AMD Ryzen CPU able to compete with the Intel CPU but it was able to perform better in some parts […]

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Video Game Characters Who Deserve to be Roasted More Than Anyone Else

17 Sep

We pick our top 12 video game characters who deserve to be roasted like Justin Bieber. And yes, all our hate is justified! There are video game characters that we all love or hate and then there are some who eventually grow on us even if we did not find them likeable at first sight. […]

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Call of Duty Goes Class-Based with Infinite Warfare Multiplayer

3 Sep

Infinity Ward recently unveiled Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Multiplayer Mode which has evidently taken a page from Blizzard’s class-based shooter Overwatch. Last year, Call of Duty: Black Ops III revamped the franchise’s signature Create-a-Class feature by introducing 9 Specialists – each having unique abilities. Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Multiplayer Mode is Another Class-Based […]

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Nintendo is Going for Uniqueness Again with NX, Still a Double Edged Sword

3 Sep

Over the past few months, we have read a lot about Nintendo NX – the nature of the console and what to expect from it. It is speculated that Nintendo NX will be a home/handheld hybrid console with detachable controllers and external display support. Nintendo NX – A Double-Edged Sword for Nintendo Under the hood, […]

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5 Things We Expect to See From Naughty Dog’s The Last of Us 2

29 Aug

A few years ago, Naughty Dog gave us the game of the century, The Last of Us. It won countless awards and saw praise from every notable critic. It is believed that The Last of Us 2 is in development at Naughty Dog. Expectations from the sequel are high and fans are already making requests […]

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Sea of Thieve Interview: Exploration, Solo, Customization and More Disccused

29 Aug

Sea of Thieves is an upcoming open world exploration game based on pirate and their unique ships. Customization, team-based exploration, and loot is a major part of Sea of Thieves. We recently got in touch with Lead Designer on Sea of Thieves, Mike Chapman to discuss their latest game. H shared plenty of information about […]

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Paragon Open Beta Impression: Great Matchmaking, Addictive Gameplay, Smite Killer Spotted!

29 Aug

Making a MOBA game is not much different from putting together an awesome desert. Even the slightest of inconsistency will ruin the taste. For years, Riot, Valve, and Blizzard have been at the helm of at things MOBA. All companies have practically defined the ingredients needed to form a beautiful MOBA game. Their recipe has […]

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Battlefield 1 and Trench Warfare Weren’t Readily Accepted by EA DICE

18 May

Ever since Call of Duty Infinite Warfare was released people have been hating on it for being too far-flung into the future, and ever since Battlefield 1 was released people have been debating whether WWI and the trench warfare-stained history of it is too sensitive a topic for a game. Guess what, even the developers […]

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How Civilization VI Science Works Differently from Civilization V

14 May

Firaxis is reinventing a lot of gameplay elements in their upcoming 4X turn based strategy game, and we just discussed what’s new in the game’s city building. This time, let’s discuss Civilization VI science elements and how they are going to improve over Civilization V. We know that this time the game is much different […]

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Civilization VI City Building And How It Changes From Before

14 May

There were a number of things in Civilization V that we loved, but there also were a, comparatively smaller, number of things that either the developers were not content with or the community itself. Some of those area are a part of the new Civilization VI city building, which Firaxis has really come at like […]

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Is The Battlefield 1 Setting of WWI Too Sensitive a Topic?

13 May

Before the next Battlefield game or the Battlefield 1 setting was shared, everyone had their opinions. Some expected a WWII story, some wanted them to go dive into the future (like Call of Duty Infinite Warfare has now done) while others actually expected a WWI setting. It goes without saying for anyone who has studied […]

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Xbox One and PS4 Might be the Last Consoles as We Know Them, Says Peter Moore

9 May

While many of us are still busy quarrelling which one is better among PS4 and Xbox One, there are some key personnel in the industry who think these two home consoles might be last of their kind. To be specific, Peter Moore the chief competition officer at Electronic Arts is of the opinion that due […]

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These Video Games Use Human Body as a Controller

7 May

Since day one we have been stuck with joysticks or other forms of controllers to play our video games although people have been trying since the a good long while to replace them with alternatives. Not that alternative controlling methods have been a huge success so far, but thanks to gadgets like Kinect and Wii […]

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Battlefield 1 vs Infinite Warfare: People Are Trending RIPCoD Right Now

7 May

Well, the two most famous first person shooter titles got revealed back to back recently and the whole shooter community has not been as volatile as it is right now. While Battlefield 1 and its WWI setting was welcomed by a large number of fans, Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare received major hate – it’s […]

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Everything About Battlefield 1 Early Enlister Deluxe Edition and Collector’s Edition

7 May

Battlefield 1 was officially revealed a couple of hours ago with an impressive reveal trailer that took us back one century – and I am sure the game is going to keep us there for a good long time! However, there are some special editions of the game like Battlefield 1 Early Enlister Deluxe Edition […]

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Call of Duty Infinite Warfare: Is Activision Paying Pro Players to Tweet Good About it?

6 May

Well, one of the first things that Call of Duty Infinite Warfare did was to piss off tons of fans with the reveal trailer due to complaints about the graphics as well as the far-future setting of the game. However, a large number of eSports players are sharing their contentment about it – suspiciously similar […]

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Call of Duty Infinite Warfare: Is Activision Paying Pro Players to Tweet Good About it?

6 May

Well, one of the first things that Call of Duty Infinite Warfare did was to piss off tons of fans with the reveal trailer due to complaints about the graphics as well as the far-future setting of the game. However, a large number of eSports players are sharing their contentment about it – suspiciously similar […]

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