How to find the right price for an elo boost on League of Legends
    1 day ago

    How to find the right price for an elo boost on League of Legends

    At any given time during the LoL season, an elo boost could help a player in increasing is ranking. This…
    How to Block Twitch Ads Effectively
    4 days ago

    How to Block Twitch Ads Effectively

    Twitch ads can be a bit of a mixed basket, varying between relatively unobtrusive to really annoying. However the problem…
    Building a Gaming Room
    December 10, 2018

    Building a Gaming Room

    Building a Gaming Room A study conducted by Electronic Entertainment Design and Research found that approximately 67% or 211 million Americans…
    How Video Games Fulfil the Demand for Streamer Interaction
    November 16, 2018

    How Video Games Fulfil the Demand for Streamer Interaction

    Amazon-owned streaming platform Twitch is a massive hit. According to a report by StreetInsider, Twitch has more average viewers than…
    How To Stream An iPhone To A Samsung TV 
    October 5, 2018

    How To Stream An iPhone To A Samsung TV 

    The war between Android and iOS is an ongoing one, and it’s not looking likely that it’ll end any time…
    How To Begin Competitive eSports Gaming
    September 17, 2018

    How To Begin Competitive eSports Gaming

    There is one point in your childhood when you become addicted to gaming. Sometimes your studies even suffer from it…

    Editor Picks

    • Editor's Picks

      Genesis Alpha One Review – Alpha And Omega

      Roguelike games are very, very tricky to get right. Any enterprising developer looking to create one of these games must ensure that they’re properly balanced, with challenge on the one hand and accessibility on the other. Several features common to roguelikes can very easily become intensely frustrating in the wrong hands: killing players permanently and forcing them to lose their entire inventory is very, very hard to communicate as a potential learning experience to a player who’s just lost three hours of intense gameplay. When creating a roguelike, then, it’s perhaps best to focus on one style and hone it…

      Read More »
    • Editor's Picks

      Monster Energy Supercross 2 Review – Livin’ On The Edge

      Superheroes, we are told, do not exist in real life. Our caped crusaders and brooding vigilantes live only on the page, coming to life during fancy dress parties and briefly when movies are made of their exploits. People who do extraordinary things in the pursuit of saving someone else’s life are often called heroes, but many deny the title, suggesting that they’re just ordinary people who did what they thought was right. Superheroes, to put it simply, are not real. And yet, say we. And yet. What name do we give to supercross riders? These people demonstrate incredible physical daring…

      Read More »
    • Best Games

      The Best Survival Games

      It’s been said that the point at which humanity reached a state of civilisation was the point when we stopped simply surviving and started living. Survival is, of course, still necessary; we still eat, sleep, drink and do all the things we need to in order to keep living. It’s fair to say, though, that for the vast majority of us survival is no longer a need that isn’t constantly catered for. The same can’t be said for the protagonists of these games. In the best survival games going, your continued existence is constantly under threat not just by monsters…

      Read More »
    • Best Games

      11 Cosy Games to Keep You Warm This Winter

      It’s that time of year again! The weather is colder, days are getting shorter, the spooky season is behind us and the festive season has well and truly begun. It’s the perfect time to stay indoors and play the heck out of some video games. Here are 11 of the cosiest games to stay at home and curl up with, whether alone or with friends! Night in the woods Night in the Woods has an excellent Autumnal aesthetic which is perfect for a day when the weather isn’t quite as agreeable outside your window. First things first, Night in the…

      Read More »
    • Editor's Picks

      Pokémon Let’s Go Eevee & Pikachu Review – A Trip Down Memory Lane

      Where were you back in the late ‘90s? Were you, like many of us, still in school, eagerly watching the Pokémon anime every morning and waiting with bated breath for the video game to hit the shelves of non-Japanese gaming stores? Were you a little older, snarkily pretending to despise Pokémon while secretly saving up money to grab yourself a copy? Were you older still, studying at university and unashamedly devoting whole days to Pokémon and Pokémon alone? Whatever your early-life experiences with Pokémon might be, unless you’re not a ‘90s kid you’ve probably got some very fond memories of…

      Read More »
    • Editor's Picks

      How To Change Your Minecraft? Skin

      If you’re new to the wonderful world of Minecraft, there’s probably a lot about the game you don’t know yet. For example, did you know torches can bear an infinite amount of weight? You can use that to make some great-looking structures. How about the fact that swords break melons and cacti fast in survival mode, but axes are the best way to get into pumpkins? As you can tell, Minecraft is a game with plenty of hidden depth to it. One thing that’s not quite as difficult to discern as all this is how to change your Minecraft skin.…

      Read More »
    • Editor's Picks

      The Best Video Games Based On Board Games

      There are, broadly speaking of course, two different public perceptions of those who play board games. The first is perhaps the most common, and involves families gathered round a table shouting at each other over Monopoly or bickering over whether a Scrabble play is valid or not. The second, which is exclusive to geek culture, involves meticulously painting miniatures and using them to do battle in a Warhammer-style wargaming setup. There are other ways board gamers are thought of, naturally, but when talking about board games these are the two images that crop up most commonly. They’re both correct to…

      Read More »
    • Editor's Picks

      The Top 8 Free Steam Games You Should Be Playing

      You may be scared of the amount of money you spend on gaming. Steam has gotmany games that you can download for free. The games are exciting to play andkeep you engaged for an extended period. This article highlights the top 8 best free steam games that you can download incase you do not have enough money to spend on your gaming habit. Warface: Blackout This game is from Crytek Kiev that has been able to gather small FPS that isinteresting just as other entries in the bullet-ridden genre. It offers fourclasses that include gear, attachments, with a weapon and…

      Read More »
    • Editor's Picks

      Command & Conquer Is Returning – Here’s Why You Should Be Excited

      We’ve thrown about some rumors over the last two years surrounding the possibly of a upcoming Command and Conquer game. The signals were in place suggesting that EA would extend the series and this was recently confirmed thanks to an announcement by the company.   It seems fair to say that fans of this long series haven’t enjoyed what EA has offered since it took over from Westwood Studios. Red Alert 3 was a decent game, later destroyed online by EA’s decision to pull the servers, meaning online play wasn’t possible unless you used a community created alternative. Certainly a bad…

      Read More »
    • Best Games

      Top 10 Strategy Games Coming In 2019

      Strategy is the genre of choice for the thinking gamer. Far from blasting demons on your last scrap of health, if you’re a strategy gamer you relish the thought of executing a carefully-planned gambit and watching as all the pieces fall expertly into place. No matter what your chosen flavour of strategy might be, there’s plenty to tempt you over the coming months. We’ve gathered together 10 of the most promising strategy games coming in 2019. Wargroove (Q1 2019) Combining a beautiful pixel aesthetic with deep, compelling strategy mechanics, Wargroove will be a familiar sight to anyone who’s a fan…

      Read More »
    Back to top button
    Close