Author: Abhishek Dash

Hidden object games are simple, fun, and addicting, perfect for some simple brainwork and basic entertainment. There are a lot of them so finding out the best-hidden object games from the crowd is quite like playing one, except you don’t really know what you’re looking for. It’s easier now though than it was a couple of years ago with the likes of Steam, Gamers Gate, and others offering real-time user reviews and ratings on the most niche of genres. Just what we’ve taken help of and then tried them out a bit ourselves. Here’s our hard work done, hunting out…

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As the creator of the Sean Bean meme has famously written, “One does not simply” …well, sell a million copies within the first 2 months of release. But when we talk about video games, Ghent-based developers Larian Studios showed us that not only are these kinds of numbers in a saturated gaming environment still possible, but they are exactly what it takes to change the face of the market and change it for good. Before we really talk about the best Divinity Original Sin 2 builds, let’s just take a dive into the masterpiece that is Divinity: Original Sin 2.…

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Far often, we are left asking ourselves what the future of gaming might be. Now, it’s not like there haven’t been attempts before at revolutionizing one of the highest-earning sources of entertainment in the history of mankind; with stature, revolution is a paltry formality. Initially, we moved from 2D images to 3D, followed by the concept of virtual reality allowing further immersion into a non-existent space. But that was all about the nature of video games, and what they might be moving forward, but what about the final product that we enjoy? It has long been established that gaming is…

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Over the last few years, you’ve probably heard quite a lot about cloud gaming. It almost feels like every day there is a new cloud gaming service being announced. Sony, Microsoft, NVIDIA, and Google all have their own platforms now. It looks like even Netflix is about to get in on it. So far cloud gaming has been met with a lot of skepticism and even ambivalence from the gaming community. Gamers can be pretty traditional. We buy our platform. We buy our game. We install it. Games might be digital, but we’ve been reluctant to give up our hard…

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Final Fantasy XIV is a tale of redemption rarely seen in gaming circles. Originally released in 2010 it was a huge critical and commercial flop. Indeed it was so bad the whole thing was shuttered and re-released in 2012 with the tag “a realm reborn”. Since then the game has become an MMO behemoth capable of taking on the big boys like World of Warcraft. However, no game is perfect so I’ve compiled a list of mods to make your FFXIV experience even better. If you haven’t taken the plunge yet, you can buy it here. So Why Mod FFXIV?…

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Kenshi is a game that not all of you have heard about, and to good measure. The brutal survival RPG came away from 5 years of early access, and finally got released to a few murmurs here and there. What we are here to tell you, is that Kenshi and some of the games on the list we are presenting, need more attention relative to their quality. The premise of Kenshi is simple; you are a survivor in an apocalypse-ravaged world, and the only goal you are given is to survive. You could stay in the same area and build…

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Streaming’s the evolution of reality TV with more reality in it. Gaming, podcasting, ASMR (or at least what ASMR was supposed to be,), etc., streamers share a sizeable chunk of their reality with an audience. Now, this reality may be audience-induced and driven, but it still is as close to the real ‘you’ as possible, where you are the streamer. How much do streamers make then? They make loads. Streaming creates an audience sporting enviable retention statistics, the holy grail for businesses who pay huge bucks just to advertise to this crowd who’ll surely log in tomorrow as well. That’s…

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As far as video games go, a very small amount of them goes on to innovate so far as to build a franchise around them. The Legend of Zelda is one such franchise that serves as a lesson in innovation, beauty in simplicity, depth, and raising the standards of what we define as entertainment. Keeping that in mind, here are the best mainline entries in the franchise, the best Zelda games, ranked to the top. Best Zelda Games Ranked 16. Tri-Force Heroes Now, if it wasn’t Nintendo who insisted that this game was part of the larger canon that they…

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If you enjoy the throttling of engines, the timber of exhausts and you have a need for dangerous speeds, then here are the 19 best racing games of the last 2 decades. Read on! The Best Racing Games You Can Play Now 1. iRacing The one word that floats around a lot when we discuss iRacing is commitment. A commitment towards sim racing, an investment into the live service aspect of the game, and a sacrifice of the better known and appreciated pillars of a racing game, such as a single-player storyline and a set of training wheels. In fact,…

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Indie games are a symbol, a symbol of what makes video games and gaming special; it is the fact that they are surreal experiences that can be enjoyed from the comfort of our confined enclosures. They represent the best parts of our childhood and try to bring them to the forefront again, for whatever fleeting moments that they stay with us. Keeping that in mind, let us take a look at 24 of the best indie games that were released in the past 10 years. Gear up and strap on, this is going to be a nostalgic ride. Best Indie…

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