Many of us have spent real money on virtual items in games, whether it be extra pokeballs in Pokemon Go or gems to help us level up in Clash of Clans. While some of us are happy to spend money on these items, others may see it as spending money on nothing. After all, you can’t hold a virtual sword that you’ve bought in a game. What have you really bought with your money?
There are times when having it can be beneficial to have a bootable USB drive for Mac because it is great to back up at all times. Why you may want to do this and how to do it are easy and important. Whether you’re playing The Longing or Portal, you can always play via a USB
The world of gaming is tremendously vast and exciting these days, with a title out there for just about any preference and budget.
While many think of the biggest-selling games of each year such as your licensed sports games and the latest FPS, there are so many developers out there who have put their own unique spin on the common and established tropes of big-hit titles. This isn’t to say that these games are knockoffs – such a view couldn’t be further from the truth – as they actually expand what it means to be a game of that genre.
So, let’s dig into some of the tremendous releases which have toyed with the themes, tropes, and genres already established across gaming
Few PC fans have escaped the addictive excitement of the Age of Empires series. Some joined the hype in the 1990s with the launch of the first game, which literally forced you to build a civilization from nothing back in the stone age, while others were immersed in the Age of Mythology spin-off that showed the true power of the gods. With Age of Empires being remastered and there being a whole Microsoft studio devoted to Age of Empires, can we expect more from Age of Mythology?
The release of Zombie Army 4 is just around the corner with the game hitting Playstation 4, Xbox One, and PC on February 4, 2020. Fans of the series are already itching to get their hands on the game, but judging by the new trailer there is plenty of content coming post-launch to keep players busy as well
A while back we checked out Technosphere Reload, a gorgeous looking, but tough as nails futuristic 3D-roller platformer by Adaptive Game. It is a game that relishes in challenging players, but playing the game this September promises to be a little bit more rewarding than usual. This is thanks to the announcement by Adaptive Game for an event that they have dubbed “Coin Days.” The premise behind this event is very simple. Adaptive Game took one bitcoin, divided it into 58 separate parts and then hid it in Technosphere Reload
The release of Crystar, a brand new action RPG by FURYU Corporation and Spike Chunsoft is right around the corner and to celebrate they have unveiled the release trailer. Players will be able to take control of Rei, a high school girl who accidentally kills her dearly loved little sister Mirai after awakening with incredible powers. Rei is willing to do anything to revive her sister, so she makes a contract with the Demons of Purgatory. As part of the contract, Rei must work as an Executor, battling through the many levels of Purgatory and slaying the monsters that dwell there
Even with all of the quality titles on display at Gamescom, the new gameplay video for Bee Simulator by BIGBEN and VARSAV Game Studios caused quite a buzz. The trailer highlights the fact that players can expect to spend quality time with family or friends while enjoying the collaborative or competitive modes in the game
The wait is over for everyone eager to see what Overpass, the upcoming off-road simulation developed by Zordix Racing and published by Bigben will have to offer. The first gameplay footage of the game has been unveiled in a new trailer, which highlights its unique and innovative concept
Cali4ways Games, an indie developer from sunny South Africa has unveiled the official trailer for their upcoming brawler, Boet Fighter, and it is a thing of beauty. Judging by the trailer, the game is definitely going to deliver on their promise of violence, traffic, hadedas, explosions, night clubs, taxis, and rugby, amongst many other things. The game draws inspiration from 2D side-scrolling classics, such as Double Dragon and Golden Axe, but infuses the action with some uniquely South African elements