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Narcos: Rise of the Cartels – Review

NArcos: Rise of the Cartels follows the events from the hit Netflix TV show, Narcos, and puts you in control of both sides of the infamous drug war. You can play as many of the main characters from the show, and visit various locations from the show as well. You can play as Primo, Pena and other characters. The game actually looks kinda really nice. There’s a lot of detail to take in, and fighting across rooftops, or slowly creeping up towards the enemy feels satisfying. It’s top down isometric, and plays out like an Xcom game, with a decent amount of depth and strategy. The enemy AI can be a bit weak, and the gameplay loops flows in a way which only allows only character to move per turn, and then the enemy moves, so at times it can feel like only one character is getting to t...

Bee Simulator – Review

I know it’s easy to disregard yet another simulator game, especially in the world of Dude and Bread Simulators. However, Bee Simulator really surprised me by not being another funny joke, but actually a fun game with thought put into it. As the name suggests, you play as a Bee going about their daily business. You’re pretty much playing out it’s day to day activities, set against the backdrop of humans trying to cut off the trees where the bee lives, or other natural predators like birds and wasps coming after it. The gameplay is actually surprisingly fun – the flight mechanics are on point and the bee is intuitive to control. You fly around looking for flowers, and the journey itself is rather delightful and informative – you get to learn about the bee’...

Age of Wonders: Planetfall – Revelations – Review

Age of Wonders: Planetfall was a really great at launch – the only thing i wanted from tha game was more of it – and the new DLC, Revelations – does just that. It adds more content to the game in almost every facet, including some much needed quality of life elements. Age of Wonders: Planetfall was already an exciting strategy game where you build a massive empire, by choosing from one of many given factions – you played to the faction’s strengths, and strategically made progress. Revelations gives you access to the Es’Teq dynasty, whose Heritor descendants aim to use ancient technology and reincarnate billions of followers across the galaxy, establishing divine rule. You can now explore ancient sites and uncover relics of great power – it’s up to ...

Battletech: Heavy Metal – Review

Battletech: Heavy Metal is the latest DLC content for Battletech, a mech focused strategy game with a lot of depth and a ton of strategic elements. Heavy Metal adds to the already dense game, with 7 new mechs, new weapons, and a small campaign story. The story is rather simplistic – you’re chasing after a derelict cargo ship that has been caught on the radar, and it’s a race to get to it first and uncover the secrets. The new mechs and the weapon systems are the real draw here, and they are fantastic. New mechs have their own unique abilities, and it’s fun to play around with them. All of them offern new ways to approach every encounter, and it’s really enjoyable mixing them together with the different weapon systems. AOE weapons are also added with this DLC &...

Planet Zoo – Review

Planet Zoo is fantastic – it’s both relaxing and intense, depending on how you go about it, and it’s one of my favorite sandbox building games in a good long time. You are basically designing, building and managing a zoo. And the tools are your disposal are incredible – there are over 70 animals to choose from, and then it gets into details about breeding, genetics, trading and so on. The Zoopedia has an immense amount of information detailing the kind of environment each species likes, the food suitable for it, and the space it needs, etc. Then there are the powerful building tools which help you reform terrain, put down items and paths exactly how you want it. There is a long learning curve here, but it’s not steep. the campaign familiarizes you with the too...

Death Stranding – Review

Death Stranding is the latest game by Hideo Kojima, previously known for the Metal Gear Solid games. Death Stranding is Kojima’s vision of a broken society, and puts players in charge of putting the pieces together, rebuilding the world, and reconnecting with each other. There is impressive vision on display here, with an immense landscape laid barren for the players to navigate, map out, and get back on the grid. Firstly, the game looks fantastic, even on a base PS4 – the atmosphere and the lighting make the world look near photo-realistic. Excellent motion capture conveys weight and emotion, and the visual details on display are stunning. The same can be said about the sound design overall – the music is great, and the quite moments of contemplation are meditative. Deat...

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare – Review

Call of Duty is back, and what a comeback it is. The latest entry in the franchise is developed by Infinity Ward and is a reboot of the Modern Warfare series. This is a more darker telling of recent events and how modern warfare plays out in today’s world. You play as CIA agents, SAS operatives, and even a militant leader in a war ravaged region. The campaign is an action packed ride, that takes you across the globe across various conflicts. there are some really spectacular missions in the campaign, and it is absolutely worth playing. It’s a bit short – around 5 to 6 hours – but is a tight package that never overstays it’s welcome. The multiplayer is also a tight package with a ton of new maps and a few new modes. The progression and leveling up is a lot more satisfying in the absence of ...

GALAX GTX 1660 Super EX White – Review

NVIDIA has put out a new GPU for the mid range user – the GTX 1660 Super. Today we are reviewing the GALAX GTX 1660 Super EX White – a slick white version of the card. The 1660 Super lies somewhere between the GTX 1660Ti and the GTA 1660. It’s a fairly powerful card that can run most modern games at medium to high settings. The most important aspect of the card is the price – Rs. 19,999 – which hits the sweet spot for most buyers in the country. Here are the basic specs of the card: CUDA Cores – 1408 GPU – TU116-300 Core Clock – 1830MHz 1 – CLICK OC Boosted Clock – 1845MHz Memory Speed – 14 Gbps Memory Capacity – 6GB Memory Bus-width – 192-bit Memory Type – GDDR6 Power Connector – 8 pin TDP – 125W Coo...

Inno3D GTX 1660 Super Review

The budget segment has seen some great options in the recent past, with NVIDIA’s GTX 1060 and AMD’s RX 580 and 590. While NVIDIA has upgraded their entry level cards to the latest Turing architecture with the GTX 16-series, AMD hasn’t launched a 7nm Navi version of their low end GPUs, though the RX 5500 is on the way. Now, NVIDIA has added another card to their GTX 16 series line up, the GTX 1660 Super. How good is the card? Let’s find out with the Inno3D GTX 1660 Super. Design and Tech Specs Specs GTX 1660Ti GTX 1660 Super GTX 1660 CUDA Cores 1536 1408 1408 Base Clock 1500 MHz 1530 MHz 1530 MHz Boost Clock 1770 MHz 1785 MHz 1785 MHz Memory Clock 12000 MHz 14000 MHz 8000 MHz Memory Config 6GB GDDR6 6GB GDDR5 6GB GDDR6 Memory Bandwidth 288.1 GB/s 336 GB/s 192.1 GB/s Ports DP, HDMI DP, HDMI ...

Game Development for Nintendo Switch with FUZE!

FUZE4 Nintendo Switch has finally brought game development for a dedicated video gaming console into the hands of the public with a high quality low-level entry app for the hottest console on the market! FUZE Technologies’ latest creation allows anyone old enough to read and write to pick up where their dreams end by handing you all the tools required to create your very first Nintendo Switch exclusive games, completely free to share with your friends on the far side of the globe! Want to know what it is all about and if this is something for you? Strap yourself in, sit back and relax and let me know in the comments section what you think of it and if you are planning on picking this one up! #Fuze4NintendoSwitch #GameDevelopment #NintendoGameDev Can’t get enough of FUZE4 Ninten...

Disco Elysium – Review

If you like good stories/narrative choices in videos games, and have a sense of humor, then you will absolutely love Disco Elysium. I’ll say this off the bat – Disco Elysium is the pinnacle of videogame storytelling, and hands down the best game of 2019. And it is hilarious! You play as a cop, who seems have lost his memory due to excessive drinking. You are in the city of Marinaise, investigating a murder. You need to interact with town folks and ask them questions, explore the city and uncover mysteries, and deduce clues in piecing together what is really going on. You can play as one of three pre-set classes, or create a class of your own, and set forth as the best or the wildest detective in town. I picked wildest. And, Disco Elysium took me places. The gameplay is almost e...

WWE 2K20 COVER SUPERSTARS BECKY LYNCH & ROMAN REIGNS USHER IN FRANCHISE FIRSTS

2K today announced current Raw Women’s Champion Becky Lynch and WWE Superstar Roman Reigns as the cover Superstars for WWE 2K20, the forthcoming release in the flagship WWE video game franchise. Lynch and Reigns will serve as ambassadors for WWE 2K20’s worldwide marketing campaign – “Step Inside” – which invites players to enter the world of WWE and face a variety of new and exciting challenges in the virtual ring. WWE 2K20 is currently scheduled for worldwide release on Tuesday, October 22, 2019 for the PlayStation 4 computer entertainment system and the Xbox One family of devices, including the Xbox One X and Windows PC. Players who purchase the WWE 2K20 Deluxe Edition or Collector’s Edition will receive in-game bonuses, including playable Superstars Chyna, Hulk Hogan, Mankind and The Ro...


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