Find out what the best video games of 2018 were and what platforms they are available on in our end of year gaming round-up. Only the top titles make our list
As a gamer, it is important to stay up to date with the latest gear as well as the latest games. You should always be having the best gaming experience possible and to do this, you’ll need the latest technology. In this article, we are going to talk you through some of the pieces of equipment that we think that you need right now. Keep reading this article to find out more about this
There is no denying that the survival and battle royale shooter genres are thriving at the moment, but despite the crowded market, there’s always room for more good ones. One title that definitely looks like it is worth keeping an eye on is the upcoming Ring of Elysium from Tencent Games. Ring of Elysium, which was formerly known as Europa, is heading for Steam Early Access on 19 September and players can already wishlist the game on the store page
Black Desert Online, the massively multiplayer online role-playing game from Pearl Abyss has reached a new milestone with more than 10 million registered users. This is quite an accomplishment, but not all that surprising for a game that has been growing in leaps and bounds since its initial release.
Part of the reason why Black Desert Online has continued to draw in players is the massive visual overhaul that it has recently received. The game was definitely not a slouch in the graphics department, but Pearl Abyss couldn’t resist using the new technology that has become available since the initial release to take things to the next level. This means that the game now boast features such as physically based rendering, volumetric clouds, HDR output, improved post processing, lighting and atmospheric scattering techniques, realistic cloth simulation and much more
Simulator fans who have been counting down the days until the June 13 2018 release of Bus Simulator 18 has been treated to a new multiplayer trailer. While there is obviously still a lot to keep solo players happy, it is the ability to drive around the 5.8mi² of routes with up to three friends that has piqued our interest
Game of Thrones fans got confirmation last month that the eighth and final season of the HBO epic will air in the spring of 2019. That’ll be a full 18 months since the end of season 7, so fans will have to find something to do to get their GoT fix while waiting to find out who will be crowned king – or queen – of Westeros.
When not reading the increasingly crazy fan theories, we at Gameramble like to play some quality GoT games while we await the arrival of winter in King’s Landing. Here is our pick of the best titles out there. Remember, once you play the Game of Thrones, you either win or you die, so in the name of the Mother, be careful
Treat Your Ears To An Orchestral Re-Imagining of The Symphony of The Night Soundtrack This Halloween
If ever there was a reason for contrasting emotions it would be the news that the iconic Castlevania: Symphony of the Night soundtrack has received an orchestral arrangement album courtesy of Materia Collective. On the one hand, it is very exciting news as Michiru Yamane’s classic soundtrack is incredible to begin with and perfect for an orchestral re-imagining. On the other, the release is in celebration of the 20th anniversary of Castlevania: Symphony of the Night, which makes us feel old. However, listening to the album, titled Resurrection of the Night, quickly banished any lingering gloom of feeling old
We’ve certainly had our fair share of video game battles keeping us up way past bedtime, but never before have they lulled us to sleep. Games like Mega Man 2, Final Fantasy IV, Yoshi’s Island, Dark Souls and Super Metroid not only feature challenging enemies, but also some adrenaline pumping tunes to back up the action. Now, in an ironic twist, the battle themes from these same games could just be what is needed to get a restful night of sleep. If this sounds rather implausible, then clearly you are not familiar with the Prescription For Sleep series by GENTLE LOVE
Popular hidden object puzzle adventure publisher, Artifex Mundi, has revealed their release schedule for the fall / winter season and it is packed to say the least. In addition to a couple of brand new titles, the publisher has also set their sights on making more of their older titles available for consoles. In addition, fans of their existing franchises can also look forward to brand new adventures for their favorite characters
Do you enjoy spine tingling horror games or does your tastes lie more towards hi-octane action? Perhaps you are a fan of simulator games or even strategy titles. If the answer is yes, then chances are you are already familiar with Iceberg Interactive. This independent video game publisher has been responsible for a number of titles in these genres over the past eight years. If you are not familiar with the games they have published or know about them, but want to fill a few gaps in your library there is no better time than now. That’s because their Publisher Weekend is in full swing on Steam and their entire Steam catalog is on sale