• Call of Duty WWII - Game Review
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    Call of Duty WWII – Game Review

    Welcome to Saving Private Ry… uh… I mean… Call of Duty WWII. Jokes aside, I wasn’t expecting Call of Duty going back again to WWII, and with an explored narrative by all multimedia fronts, movies, music, and games – The invasion of Normandy on 6 June 1944, the “D-Day,” the first day of the invasion. This description sounded Deja-vu, the Liberation of France, specifically the D-day story was already played in Call of Duty 2. Dice took the risk going with a generic campaign and old-school warfare, guns, no more futuristic gadgets, drones and advanced technical spectacle. It is the same old design on going from point A to point…

  • Destiny 2 - Game Review
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    Destiny 2 – Game Review

    As I was getting into Destiny 2, I was looking at its lore and expecting a good expansion on it. The story doesn’t get deeper, unfortunately. No increased human relationships and the ability to strive in wartime are portrayed in very little cut-scenes. Rapidly forgettable or pass into oblivion amidst the remaining missions. The voice actors and their performance are remarkable. The same can’t be said about the script, its bad and at times a collection of low-class cliches bringing a surprising lore down to directionless boring cut-scenes. The character creation doesn’t bring anything new worth to mention. And the way you are placed into the action feels rushed right…

  • Better Graphics vs Better Game Fun
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    Better Graphics vs Better Game Fun

    Seems that every time a new graphics advancement is about to take place, the gaming community divides themselves between those who only want to have fun with a great story and fluid gameplay against those who like to stare at the graphics quality regardless of how the story evolves and the actual gameplay feels. The first are usually console gamers, they check the game for its story, style, and playable fun and just buy it and play. Usually, graphics are just background aesthetics, they won’t weight much in their decision and the overall fun is based on the gameplay itself. The second style of gaming consumers are usually PC gamers.…

  • AMD Radeon RX Vega - Beyond Gaming
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    AMD Radeon RX Vega – Beyond Gaming

    AMD new architecture, Vega, was supposed to be the equivalent to the Pascal architecture of Nvidia. It comes a year later and with a considerably inflated price due to choices of assembly components. Vega was announced by AMD to put up with the 1050-1080 graphics cards of the rival Nvidia, but also featuring a new architecture in design. HBM 2, faster and low consumption memory, along with a new reference design GPU. All in paper sounded perfect, 14 nm, 12.5 billion transistors, infinity fabric with up to 16 GB 2048-bit HBM 2, 4096 stream processors, 64 render back ends, 256 texture units, 4 next gen asynchronous compute engines and geometry…

  • Minecraft: Story Mode Season 2 On Its Way
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    Minecraft: Story Mode Season 2 On Its Way

    Coming soon! Telltale Games’ Minecraft: Story Mode has been expanded for more blocky creativity, and story decisions will extend the game-play. This immediate spin-off comes after sparing the world as the group now battle to return to their standard lives. In spite of being an immediate continuation and having options made in the first season matter, the second season is independent for newcomers. With more duties and less time for company, old companionship’s have begun to blur, until Jesse’s involvement stands out in a frightening gauntlet that has place on an old submerged sanctuary. Together with old buddies and new companions alike, Jesse leaves on a fresh -out-of-the-box new voyage,…

  • The Elder Scrolls Online: Morrowind
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    The Elder Scrolls Online: Morrowind

    Morrowind includes a considerable measure of fans in the series, and loads of lore substance to the Elder Scrolls library. With the new look of Vvardenfell gazing at the focal point of this new development, in each small corner, The Elder Scrolls Online: Morrowind endeavors to make this fondness. The Red Mountain ruling the heart of Vvardenfell rests dull and lifeless amid this time, balancing the greener scenes around the northern slopes and lands. The downside, however, is exactly this centerpiece Deja-vu, after some time feels a tiresome major dissatisfaction it’s like returning home with few good surprises. Playing solo will give you around 25 hours of gaming through the…

  • Destiny 2 - The Hopeful Faith At E3 2017
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    Destiny 2 – The Hopeful Faith At E3 2017

    Although every place on the internet is already talking about it, in any case, we too will jump at the chance to see some genuine confirmation of the enhanced Destiny 2’s story missions at E3. That may not be a simple assignment at a show like E3, yet one thing Bungie could show is the visual changes to the setting, so the huge spin-off of Bungie’s multiplayer shooter takes advantage of another group of gamers? The last time I saw Destiny 2 I felt it stale, it looked somewhat insipid but remained motivated to stay hopeful, placing some subsequent faith to the finishing touches during the rest of the game…

  • Call of Duty: WWII Announced For November 2017
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    Call of Duty: WWII Announced For November 2017

    Call of Duty: WWII is the 13th game in the franchise that seems to go back to its first moments of birth where players can be soldiers who fought WW II. The preview shows almost the same expectations as always in a COD game: ground combat, Multiplayer, extended map locations to fill a new story. Expected Release Date: November, 2017 First-Person Shooter Published by Activision Developed by Sledgehammer Games Call of Duty: WWII – Official Reveal Trailer (Courtesy of IGN)