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  • The Best Arcade Fight Sticks For Console Gamers

    With the introduction of games such as Tekken 7 and Injustice 2, playing fighting games has become increasingly fun for everyone. However, if playing such games with a controller has led to cramped hands and blistered thumbs for you to deal with, then you may want to buy a fight stick. A fighting stick basically reproduces the same feel that old arcade machines provided. The joystick and large round buttons provide the hands with a lot of breathing room. However, since all fight sticks are not created equally, here are some of the best arcade fight sticks for you to choose from: F300 May Flash Arcade Fight Stick This is a simple stick for starters; it comes with 8 buttons…

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  • The Best PS4 Charging Stations

    The DualShock4 is a big improvement from the DualShock3 and is an excellent controller. Not only does it have all that gamers need, but it is also quite ergonomic, feels solid, and has the best triggers. Despite all of the innovative features, there is one drawback of this controller; the battery isn’t too great as one would expect. Many people have complained about batteries running out in just a short time, which is annoying especially when you’re deep into a game. Yes, it is possible to use the controller while it is charging; however, this can be a problem if the cable isn’t long enough. The best solution for this is to invest in a PS4 charging station, which is…

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  • South Park: The Fractured But Whole Preview – The Coon and Friends

    South Park has a long history of irreverence, and its wholesale approach to laughing at modern day’s silliness has gathered it a large following over the years. It was no surprise, then, that when Obsidian made The Stick of Truth the game became an instant hit, capturing the style and atmosphere of the show and letting it take on classic fantasy and RPG tropes. The sequel was long in the making, with multiple delays along the way, but it’s finally coming to us this month, under a different developer (Ubisoft San Francisco) and the same viciously funny direction from Trey Parker and Matt Stone. Let’s see what South Park: The Fractured but Whole brings with it. We’re superheroes Last time…

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  • The Evil Within 2 – Launch Trailer

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  • Sly 2 Review

    Today I am looking at Sly 2: Band of Thieves. It was one of my very first Playstation 2 games, and on beating it again, it is still fun to me even after all these years. The story picks up after the first game- I had not played it, but the first level does a great job of acquainting the player with our main characters, Sly, Bentley, and Murray, as they are raiding a museum to find something called the “Clockwerk Parts”. We see their individual strengths as Sly, who we directly control, slips through security and runs on a tightrope, Murray uses his amazing strength to crash through a ceiling and lift a massive iron gate for Sly to…

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  • Venom Marauder Universal 7.1 Virtual Surround Sound Gaming Headset Review

    One prominent issue that gamers come across with headsets is the volume. The right sound experience can have a great impact on how enjoyable the game is. However, finding the best gaming headset can be tough due to the numerous options available. Let’s continue with this  review. But we’ve got you covered! Luckily, the Marauder 7.1 gaming headset by Venom is, perhaps, the best option for gamers. The headset is quite cheap, compared to other similar options, and works with a number of platforms, thus eliminating the need for investing in different sound accessories for different gaming platforms and getting the best experience. Features The Marauder gaming headset has been manufactured keeping the most demanding player in mind. Since these…

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  • The Best Horror Games To Play This Halloween

    We all love a good scare, especially this time of year. Halloween is right around the corner, after all, and I’m sure many of you are looking for terrific, horrifying games to fill your spooky month. Without further ado, here we present you with over twenty horror games of all time that will send a delightful chill through your spine this October. Let’s begin. White Day: A Labyrinth Called School With so many absolutely dreadfully scary horror games on this list, we thought it prudent to include one that’s also less brazen in character, yet still plenty of fun. This brings us to the Korean made “White Day”, which seems innocent enough yet is actually loads of fun. The gameplay…

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  • Project Cars 2 Review

    Project Cars 2 has taken fans by complete storm; people are raving. Unfortunately, part of their shock stems from the disappointment many fans faced from its predecessor. Project Cars left much to be desired in the way of handling, gameplay, and track and car selections. Fans that were beyond eager for the release of the game were disappointed shortly after beginning to play it because of the many issues with handling and the limited car and track selection. The developers heard their complaints and made some incredibly positive changes to the gameplay, landing it in the elite group of games that have surpassed their predecessors. With a variety of highly anticipated racing games entering the arena shortly (GT Sport and…

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  • The Best Games From Sonic The Hedgehog Series

    It’s no secret that Sega’s front-hog hasn’t had much success in recent years. After releases like the glitch infested Sonic Boom: Rise of Lyric, the button mashing marathon that is Sonic and the Black Knight, and the slightly janky Sonic Unleashed, it’s easy to see how our beloved hedgehog has fallen out of favour, becoming the punchline of many a joke within the gaming community. But hope is not lost! The recent release of Sonic Mania has taken us right back to the franchise’s retro roots and reminded us all why we fell in love with Sonic in the first place. In celebration of what will hopefully be the start of a solid Sonic comeback, let’s take a look at some of his better appearances.…

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  • 5 Games To Play This Halloween

    Happy October everyone! Halloween is right around the corner, and this means, horror games are going to be on the forefront of many people’s minds. Although there are a plethora of great horror games to play, October is only so long. With that in mind, here are my picks for the best horror games of this generation so far: Until Dawn Until Dawn, created by Supermassive Games, places the player in the perspectives of an assortment of teens in the middle of the woods. Set up intentionally like many cheesy horror films, the player must make choices as the story goes on as all of the characters, each of which setting consequences in motion. As you progress through this fun…

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  • The Best VR Games Should Be in Your Checklist

    Virtual Reality (VR) is a game changer that has been gearing up to lead in every other industry. From real estate to technology, no industry is left out, and now with games is going to a next level; VR in games is a norm. Discount codes and deals for Xbox on the games like Oculus Rift, HTC Vive PlayStation. VR all are available in the UK and other countries giving opportunities to gamers to get close to the action. We bring you the list of some amazing high-octane VR games that you can buy on amazing deals from Bydiscountcodes: Fallout 4 VR: Releasing on 12th October 2017, the Fallout 4VR is a steamVR -Enabled HTC Vive. The game is an…

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  • Everybody’s Golf Review

    Golf fans, or even just fans of golf games on the PS4, have been pretty hard done by in recent years. It seems a long time since the Tiger Woods series was in its prime, and even with its focus having switched from Woods to Rory McIlroy, the franchise has been in gradual decline for a while now. Aside from that, we’ve had a couple of ‘The Golf Club’ games, which were almost as bland as their title, and… that’s about it! Now, a new challenger is stepping up to the tee. Or rather, an old challenger in a new guise. Because actually, the Everybody’s Golf games have been around for a few years now; they simply had the name…

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  • GTA VI Will Likely Utilize the Power of a PS5, Arriving in 2020

    We’d argue that, if there’s one series that has consistently pushed each consecutive console to its absolute limits, it’s Grand Theft Auto. We may scoff at how basic something like GTA 2 seems, looking back now. At the time, however – and particularly on the first-generation PlayStation hardware – an open-world game like that, whose setting was also so detailed, was simply revolutionary. The PlayStation 2 was obviously a big technological step forwards, but still, the leap that was made by GTA III, Vice City and then San Andreas is simply staggering when you think about it. The perspective was brought down to eye-level third-person, the graphics were fully three dimensional, and the worlds – particularly that of San Andreas…

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  • PES 2018 Review

    The FIFA vs PES debate is one of the longest-running and most bitterly-fought in video games. Far be it from us to wade in, but it can basically be summarized thus: FIFA always had all the licenses, including the official kits and team names, whilst PES was generally regarded as having superior gameplay. FIFA dramatically improved its gameplay in the late 2000’s/early 2010’s, while PES’s declined. At that stage, in the early 2010’s, FIFA unquestionably held the title belt. Things stayed that way for several years, with FIFA dominant. Then, in the mid-2010’s, PES started to make its comeback. PES 2017 was a watershed moment, with the gameplay the best it had been in years, and a whole section of…

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  • The Best Games from the Wolfenstein Series

    The phrase ‘gaming royalty’ might sound overly grandiose, but if this category of games does exist, then the Wolfenstein series certainly belongs in it. The first Wolfenstein game was released in 1981, and there’s a new one – Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus – scheduled for release later in 2017. That means the series has been running for a frankly ludicrous 36 years! In fact, it’s the second longest-running story-based game franchise in existence, with the Mario series being just a few months older. All of the Wolfenstein games have been action-based, and they’ve all revolved around fictional plots involving the Nazis, with William “B.J.” Blazkowicz as the main character. There have, however, been several distinct eras in the history…

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  • Playstation VR Year One Must Haves

    PlayStation VR’s 1 year anniversary of it’s original release on October 13, 2016, is right around the corner, and now is the time to look back at the many releases that have come and gone. Among the many games and experiences, there have been great and breathtaking moments, as well as frustrating and poorly optimized, headache inducing experiences. Among these, there are a few must-own titles for PlayStation’s stab at the virtual reality scene. Until Dawn: Rush of Blood Until Dawn: Rush of Blood is a on-rails survival horror that puts the player in the place of an unnamed protagonist, travelling through horrifying levels hoping to get to the end of the living nightmare. Rush of Blood is a fun…

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