Author: Abhishek Dash

The Witcher 3 is one of the best, and most visually striking games ever made. Period. It is a genre and generation-defining release, way ahead of the times, and hence, finds itself in the discussion even today. CDPR built a worldwide reputation for its prowess in development through Witcher 3, and rightly so, as a combination of perfect storytelling, a great conclusion, award-winning mechanics, and stellar visuals, the Witcher 3 was the Game of the Year for 2015, and the Crysis of its time. That already is very high praise for any art department that is not part of Crytek.…

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Even half a decade after its release, Witcher 3, along with the two DLCs, is still one of the best story-driven RPG packages of all time. With the rich, deep lore and excellent passive storytelling, great combat system, to the little things such as the navigation and difference in quest design, there is no other RPG that comes close to this level of dynamism in all areas and aspects of game design. Now, if you have decided to pick up the Witcher 3 after seeing it on sale on Steam, you will want a strategy guide telling you exactly where…

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The Last of Us was a great story that managed to redeem itself even after delivering one of the sharpest gut punches in the history of drama. The characters, the story, and the synergy between each element of the game is what makes this one of the best on the platform it is exclusive to, and one of the best of our generation regardless of said exclusivity. The story of Joel after a loss this substantial is him finding his feet amidst engaging in….a brutal chain of mass-murdering, The Last of Us pulls no punches. It is gory, it is…

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Since making a resurgence in the decade gone by, cooperative split-screen and cooperative games in general look to be on their way back to the mainstream. Early attempts at bringing these games were sketchy at best, with Far Cry 3’s multiplayer being the shining example of this, unplayable at worst, and tacked in at best. And although Call of Duty Black Ops II Zombies managed to reestablish some semblance into the waning mechanic, it wouldn’t be until a little-known developer called Hazelight Studios came in with their spectacular summer masterpiece. A Way Out perfectly showcases the true immersive social power…

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