There’s something I keep thinking about lately. It’s this idea that we only have so much space in our minds for formative gaming experiences and it’s diminishing returns forever after.
I was talking to a guy in a pub about it, who overheard a conversation I was having with someone else and leaped in, delighted to talk to someone, anyone, about games. It was quite endearing. And it was while talking about older games and remakes he said: I don’t think anything will ever be as good as the original Deus Ex.
Pour one out for Red Dead Online, because players of Rockstar’s forgotten multiplayer title are banding together to host an in-game funeral in an act of protest and mourning. The game has not received any major content updates in an entire year while Grand Theft Auto Online has continued to get bigger and better content every few months, leading most Red Dead Online to ride off into the sunset and abandon the game for good. The few players that remain aren’t happy.
The Twitter account Red Dead News is inviting all remaining Red Dead Online players to gather together for a funeral on Wednesday, July 13 to mourn what could have been and hopefully cause Rockstar Games to pay just a little more attention to its forgotten western title.
Despite industry-wide heavy criticism, Diablo Immortal still makes more than $1 million daily.
According to the data coming from AppMagic, Diablo Immortal remains very profitable for Blizzard Entertainment. The game was released last month, however, its revenue stream for Blizzard remains over $1 million per day and peaked last month with $2.4 million in one day. The game’s aggressive microtransaction model has even earned it more than $20 million in its first two weeks, with more than 10 million downloads in June 2022.
As a 1990s child, one of my earliest gaming memories involves sitting in front of a television and playing Sonic the Hedgehog 2. I was lost in its colorful backgrounds, catchy music, and Sonic’s trademark super speed, a trait that has proven somewhat detrimental throughout Sonic’s storied 31-year history. Yes, it is a cliché to say Sonic’s transition to 3D has been rough, but no matter how you feel about the Blue Blur’s current affairs, it’s not a stretch to say that Sonic’s finest adventures were during his 2D heyday.
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Things move through various phases and cycles, whether you’re talking about economies, fashion trends, or video games. As technology advances, game developers find new ways to improve their art form, which isn’t limited to just graphics. Game design has shifted and fallen into various genres, and developers have found ways to make controllers and peripherals innovative and fitting for the games they control.
Nintendo is known for its innovation, taking the world by storm with the Nintendo Switch in 2017, one of the first truly successful hybrid consoles.
Life can get in the way of kicking back and enjoying your video games. There’s no doubt that quite a few are collecting dust right now that you haven’t set aside time for. And you still haven’t scheduled those doctor’s appointments. When you only have an hour to spare, here’s a look at the top 5 best games. The Outer Worlds Wait, an RPG? Not Skyrim or Fallout 4, but The Outer Worlds. You won’t have to travel miles in one direction, hoping to find something meaningful to do. The Outer Worlds is a smaller, more tightly-crafted experience.
Set in a persistent open world, it is driven by a captivating sci-fi story that picks up shortly after the events of its predecessor, but instead of the previous roguelike game mechanics, the focus in EverSpace 2 will be on open world gameplay combined with classic RPG elements and extended storytelling. Thanks to the expanded perks and a brand new class-based player ship system with dozens of models, players can also fully customize their spaceship to their individual playing style with weapons, plating, and equipment, similar to classic RPG character development.
The Nintendo Switch has established itself as a platform that’s home to an insane amount of software spanning a multitude of genres. If you’re looking for Nintendo Switch Action RPGs, then here are 30 of the best games available on the platform. #30 Fire Emblem Warriors Fire Emblem Warriors is at the bottom of this list for two main reasons. Firstly, it lacks the charm of Hyrule Warriors, which is to be expected, as the source material is vastly different. Secondly, the game’s story isn’t that interesting.
The list of canceled Harry Potter games is surprisingly short. Despite its popularity, there really haven’t been that many video games set in the Wizarding World, which is probably baffling for many fans considering the overwhelmingly positive reception that Hogwarts Legacy is getting. Surely there have to be a few Harry Potter games that were canceled, right?List of canceled Harry Potter gamesThe majority of canceled Harry Potter games are just ports. Here’s a list of those we found:Nintendo 64:PlayStation 2:Lego Harry Potter: Years 1-4: Some sites report that this game was in development for PS2.
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What if Gaming Gear companies like SecretLab, Razer, Logitech, Alienware and others were actually honest about what they’re ACTUALLY selling? Continue Reading Below Want NFT artwork without being an awful human being? We turned Roger NFTs into purchasable shirts.CAST:Roger Horton: Jack HunterGamer: Jordan BReedingWriter: Mark HillDirector: Jordan BreedingArt Director/Assistant Director: Andy NewmanDirector of Photography: Dave BrownEditor: Jordan BreedingSound: Mike Schoen Key Production Assistant: Will BrownMark is on Twitter and wrote a book.