Review: We Happy Few
8.0

Review: We Happy Few

A dystopian, drug-addled version of 1960s Britain wrapped up in a procedurally-generation action-adventure title – what more could you ask for?

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How to deal with awful Lucioball players

How to deal with awful Lucioball players

Whether you’re like me and have to play Lucioball with randoms, either because your friends hate the Rocket League spinoff, or you’re even more unlucky to have friends who are bad at the game, you might actually find this blog useful. Whether it is normal Lucioball or Copa, we all know that if there’s an AFK on your team then you’re likely doomed. However, what people don’t seem to realise is that if you have a truly terrible player, they can unintentionally team against you, which is much worse than an AFK.

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HOT NOW: The Latest News on Overwatch, PUBG and CS:GO

HOT NOW: The Latest News on Overwatch, PUBG and CS:GO

If you’ve been having a blah day, then this should get your spirits up. We know you guys have been waiting in earnest for the latest updates of your favorite games. So, we decided to bring you the skinny on the hottest games in town. Since it’s impossible to cover each and every game update in one blog, here’s what we know so far about Overwatch, PUBG, and CS:GO.

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Indie Overview: Darkest Dungeon

Indie Overview: Darkest Dungeon

Glutton for punishment? Darkest Dungeon combines eldritch horror with gameplay you’ll never want to put down. Here’s why you should pick up Red Hook’s Lovecraftian masterpiece next payday!

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Video Game-Inspired Movies: Good or Bad Idea?

Video Game-Inspired Movies: Good or Bad Idea?

The last few offerings of video game-inspired movies *inserts VHS tape into player* have left many hardcore gaming fans wanting to hit the reset button. For those who are fully immersed in the geek lifestyle, how many times have you left the movie theatre after watching a video game-inspired flick only to find everybody wandering out like they just witnessed a train wreck.

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No Man’s Sky Delivers on its Promise with Recent Updates

No Man’s Sky Delivers on its Promise with Recent Updates

After its release, many compared it to their own personal Star Trek adventure. It is no secret that No Man’s Sky is one of the most popular games out there, raking in $24 million in July according to the market intelligence firm SuperData, making it the best month for the game since its launch. There’s a good reason behind that game’s growing popularity despite having some setbacks. And the fact that the game’s content feels endless does help the cause.

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Things That Make FIFA 19 the Best Ever

Things That Make FIFA 19 the Best Ever

The problem with games like FIFA is that it’s next to impossible to come with something truly innovative year after year. While other games have the opportunity to take breathers for at least a year and then put their heads into coming up with something truly innovative during that period, the developers behind games like FIFA have to do something unique every year, at least they’re expected to.

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The Best Hardware Additions for Your Gaming Rig

The Best Hardware Additions for Your Gaming Rig

Gaming—few other activities can leave you in such a state of comfort and joy. There was a time when gaming was considered little more than a hobby. Something for kids to feel happy about in the evening after they had completed their homework. And for a very long time, that is exactly what it was.

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2018’s Best Games… so far

2018’s Best Games… so far

2018 promises to be a wonderful year for gaming. Traditional surefire games like Battlefield and Call of Duty have announced their own new features and playing modes. Other successful games like Fortnite and PUBG will be getting new and innovative additions. FIFA finally got the coveted Champions League license, and a number of other unique games are soon to be released.

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