Author: Dustin Lang

This new PS5 leak is to be taken seriously. For the last three generations of PlayStation consoles, Sony has maintained a design philosophy of cutting down on real estate while providing more (or varied) benefits. And for most of their console manufacturing timeline, the Japanese giant has managed to maintain or improve the performance and lifecycle, price and build quality of their consoles with next to no compromises made. But these changes, including the PlayStations 2 and 3 Slim, and the PlayStation 4 Slim and Pro versions, are generally made towards the later stage of the development and manufacturing cycle.…

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It all started back in 1997 when the Pokémon anime series was launched. And within no time it got immense popularity among kids and teenagers. Fairy Type Pokémon were first introduced in the anime franchise in 1999 while it made its first appearance in Generation VI of the Pokémon video game series in October 2013. So, what is all the fuss about the Fairy Types? In this post, we would share statistics of Fairy-type Pokémon right from the Pokédex, and list different fairy Pokémons, their special abilities, and where you are most likely to find them in the video game.…

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Ever since Little Computer People launched in 1985 on the Commodore 64, we’ve fancied the power fantasy of being either an absolute dictator or a loving monarch in charge of all their subjects and their wellbeing (or in some cases, destruction.) Sims. Sims-Likes. Sims Like Games Life simulation, as a subgenre of simulation games, has evolved vastly as all things do, and we’ve arrived at the best life sim product to ever exist: the fourth installment in a franchise running since 2000, The Sims 4. What The Sims and today’s best games like Sims bring to the table is the…

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Risk of Rain 2 is what most, if not all, rogue-like shooters want to be. I’m not certain how many games I’ve seen the amount of procedurally generated detail, keeping the game interesting, rewarding, and punishing at the same time. And to add to all of that, this brilliant effort from Hopoo Games recently got its most major update, the Risk of Rain 2 Anniversary update, with a host of new things to explore, craft and experience. Along with a new character called the Bandit, a new boss called the Grandparent, and close to 100 new lore entries, this new…

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Now, Risk of Rain 2 is a fantastic game in its own right, with the various Survivors offering multiple styles, archetypes, strengths, and abilities to play around with, along with a secret one that throws an element of pleasant surprise into the mix. However, if you are currently tired of the base game and want to explore other avenues without having to let go of your favorite title, there are a few ways we can think of. And the best among them is the various community mods available on the internet. Here, not only are we going to discuss the…

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Owned by Valve Corporation, Steam is the world’s largest game distribution platform.Steam has over 100 million active users. It reached the 1 billion mark on 29th April 2019.Over 50% of the world’s PC game download happens through Steam. Steam is among the most popular destinations for video games. It offers thousands of games from different genres. Steam is not just limited to games, but over time it has evolved as a terminal for interacting with other gamers too. While users can download and enjoy games after subscribing or paying for a game, the download process itself can take hours since…

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Dissociation as a perspective and genre has come far in the short period of time that it has been around. Controlling a body you can see, with its own personality, emotions, moralities, and judgment is an interesting thing to consider when you also take into account that outside of scripted sequences, they are entirely your puppet to do as you wish. Since their inception in the early 2000s, the third-person genre has only gone from strength to strength, with developers and studios giving us some of the best narrative experiences and gameplay mechanics that have formed the basis for top…

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From the common, everyday gamer’s perspective, Nintendo as a brand was always the underdog standing stubborn against market needs, persistent as the distant child, always peeking out of the shadows, and trying to come hit the mainstream like a freight train. Nintendo was always trying too hard to sell to an older audience, along with a refusal to adapt to what everyone aside from their most die-hard fans wanted. hey finally did get it right with Switch. So, what went wrong? For Nintendo, coming off of the supposed golden age of the 64 was not going to be easy. The…

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With the release of Beyond Light, we saw the end of an era in Destiny 2. Stasis was introduced and plans for the new era were unveiled. But, some of us are still playing the old expansions and getting people up to speed on the events that transpired before Eramis and her House of Salvation came and froze an entire planet. For the new player who’s still knee-deep in the previous expansion, here is a guide for the quest Memory of Sai Mota in Destiny 2. Memory of Sai Mota Before our Guardian ever stepped foot on the moon, there…

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GameFly Review: Top Features Rent Games and Movies via MailAffordable SubscriptionIncludes Console and PC GamesSprawling Collection including Latest TitlesQueue RequestsDedicated AppPan-USA Coverage Try Gamefly for Free (30 Days Free Trial) If you’re a gamer, you must have used GameFly or thought about it. GameFly still runs strong in the gaming community, especially for those who’ve been gaming since well before Steam hit the market with their online game streaming. True that the idea of receiving a game disc via mail sounds quite a bit outdated and time-consuming, but what GameFly offers is the affordability as a premier video game renting…

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