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Ain’t Nuthin’ But A Zero-G Thang – LawBreakers – Review

Lawbreakers is the new game by Boss Key Productions, founded by Cliff Bleszinski of Unreal Tournament and Gears of War fame. It’s a sci-fi first person hero based multiplayer shooter that demands the skill based twitch reflexes like Unreal Tournament did. And it’s fucking fantastic. On the surface, Lawbreakers has similarities to other recent hero based shooters, especially Overwatch. But that’s just barely scratching the surface, since LawBreakers does some really unique and interesting things with the gameplay, and is fast paced in a way that is unlike any popular shooter today. The characters themselves are diverse and play really different from each other. There are a total of nine classes, spread across 18 different characters with their own distinct arsenal of weapons, abilities and ...

Jessica Nigri’s Overwatch Cosplays Are Too Damn Hot (NSFW)

Jessica Nigri is an immensely popular cosplayer, known for her World of Warcraft and Overwatch cosplays, among many others. She is also a talented Voice Actor and YouTuber. But, what she’s best at are the amazing work she puts into her cosplays that are known among gamers and pop culture nerds across the world. For those who do not know, here’s a look at her cosplaying as Tracer from Overwatch, which are absolutely sexy: You can check out more of her work on Facebook, Instagram and Patreon. Hey, while you’re here, why not check out our latest video: Register with us for the best in gaming, and join us for video game discussions on our forums. Favorite

Microsoft Claims To Have The Best Exclusive Video Games, Says Gamers Choose Xbox Because Of It

Any Xbox One owner knows how bad the situation is for them when it comes to exclusives. Sony has some of the best games of 2017 exclusively on the Playstation 4, and the Switch already has more exclusives this year than the last two years combined for the Xbox One. Things are looking bad indeed for Microsoft, specially with the launch of the Xbox One X getting rapidly closer. Crackdown 3 has also been delayed till next year, and the console is truly starved for exclusives. It an attempt to put a positive spin on the situation, Microsoft has had to make some rather wild claims at Gamescom this year, saying that “People pick Xbox because we have the biggest franchises, the biggest exclusives”. Here’s what Aaron Greenberg had to say: “People pick Xbox because we have the big...

Observer – Review

Observer is a cyberpunk game set in the year 2084, where you play the role of Detective Daniel Lazarski (voiced by Blade Runner’s Rutger Hauer) who has the ability to hack into people’s minds and know their thoughts and feelings. The game is set in Krakow, after the Nanophage – a digital plague – has wiped out thousands of people. The game is developed by Bloober Team, whose previous game, Layers of Fear, was an excellent first person horror game, and Observer is even better in significant ways. Observer’s setting and visual style is one of the most well realised cyberpunk setting I’ve seen in video games. The history of the world – collapsed super powers, Nanophage, mega corporations taking control, augmented citizens, ability to read minds – all of it work as an i...

Top 5 Things Gamers Desperately Want Sony To Change About The Playstation

Despite having great games, and a significantly powerful console, the Playstation ecosystem does have major issues that gamers desperately want Sony to fix. While the great games, both exclusives, cross-platform titles and indies, go a long way in maintaining a healthy player base, both the Xbox and Steam on PC have done a better job of streamlining their platforms for the benefit of the players. Be it the refund policy, or backwards compatibility, there are areas where the Playstation needs to step up their game to really be for the players. Cross-Platform Play While Microsoft, Steam and even Nintendo have opened up their player bases to allow cross platform play across systems, Sony is stubbornly insistent on not allowing the same for the PSN network. While Sony’s ultimate reason f...

Forza Motorsport 7 PC Requirements Revealed, Do You Have What It Takes?

Developer Turn 10 has announced the PC requirements you need to be able to run Forza Motorsport 7, this time in great detail. They’ve mentioned according to performance what hardware you need, and you can take a look at them below: Low (720p, 30 fps): CPU: Intel Core i5-750 2.67GHz or AMD FX-6300 RAM: 8GB GPU: Nvidia GT 740/GTX 650 or AMD R7 250X with 2GB RAM   Recommended (1080p, 60 fps) CPU: Intel Core i5-4460 3.2GHz or AMD FX-8350 RAM: 8GB GPU: Nvidia GTX 670/GTX 1050 or AMD RX 560 with 4GB RAM Ultra (4K, 60 fps) CPU: Intel Core i7-6700K 4GHz or AMD Ryzen 7 RAM: 16GB GPU: Nvidia GTX 1080 or AMD RX Vega 64 with 8GB RAM  Ultrabook (mobile—720p, 30 fps) CPU: Core i5-6200U or better RAM: 8GB GPU: Intel HD 520 (integrated) or better   “We’ve built Forza Motorsport 7 from the grou...

Final Fantasy XV ‘Pocket Edition’ Coming To Smartphones

Remember when you found out that Final Fantasy XV will be coming to PC early next year? Well, Square Enix just revealed another platform where you can experience the epic game; your smartphone. Final Fantasy XV will have a Pocket Edition releasing on the iOS, Android and Windows phones later this year. The mobile version of the game features the main characters and story of the original title, with cutesy art style and much more casual controls that’s better optimized for mobile devices. The story unfolds in the form of ten episodes, with the first one being free and the rest available for purchase at launch. You can check out the trailer below: Considering that a GTX 1080Ti and 170GB of HDD space are recommended to play the game at its best, I think the mobile version may just be a ...

Blackhole – Review

With more and more 2D platformers flooding the market lately, it’s not easy to pick out the wheat from the chaff. Fortunately, Blackhole offers surprisingly fun and tight platforming, layered with witty writing, gorgeous art style and a really interesting story. You are part of the crew of spaceship Endera, tasked with closing black holes across the galaxy that are a threat to mankind. On one such mission, the ship gets sucked into a massive black hole and crashes on a mysterious landmass, called the Entity. You the ‘Coffee Guy’ finds himself, along with the ship’s AI, responsible for fixing the spaceship, finding and saving the remaining crew members and closing the black hole for good. You then play across numerous cleverly designed levels, via 2D platforming, with constant inputs from t...

ESFI Announces National E-Sports Championship, India Qualifiers For the 9th E-Sports World Championship

Esports Federation of India (ESFI), today announced the registrations for the India qualifiers “National eSports Championship (NeSC) – 2017” for the 9th Esports World Championship organized by International eSports Federation (IeSF) at Busan, Korea in the month of November this year. Esports Athletes from all over India will play online and offline to compete in video games like League of Legends and Tekken7 and the winner(s) will represent India at the World Championship. Tekken7 qualifiers will happen at BattleGround Esports Arena in Delhi on 10th Sept. Battleground is India’s one the best esports arena. For League of Legends, the qualifiers will happen online and streamed on leading streaming sites including Facebook and YouTube Gaming. Esports is the only sport ...

Microsoft Insider Says – “Xbox Has Never Been Profitable”, Predicts Failure For Xbox One X

Microsoft recently posted its Q4 earnings report, in which it reported an income of $6.5 billion on revenues of $23.3 billion. Commenting on Microsoft’s latest quarterly earnings report, respected journalist and Microsoft insider Paul Thurrott, had the following to say: One of the dirty little secrets of Microsoft’s Xbox/gaming business is that it has never actually turned a profit. So I was curious to hear Mr. Nadella utter these contorted words last night: “Our gaming business is now more than $9 billion, and growing profitably.” So. $9 billion is revenues, not profits. So growing means that revenues are growing. And growing profitably means … what? That the business is “becoming profitable”? Or is it just growing revenues positively? Was this a misstatement? What does that mean? H...

Top 20 Best Selling Games Of July 2017

NPD sales data for Video Game sales for the month of July 2017 are out and here’s what it says: Overall Results: July game sales are up 19% year over year. Hardware was up 29% year over year. Console and Handheld game sales were up 17% year over year. Physical and Steam PC software sales (for AAA games from participating publishers) were up 14% year over year. Top 20 Best Selling Games of the Month: Splatoon 2 Crash Bandicoot: N. Sane Trilogy Grand Theft Auto V Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild* Injustice 2 Mario Kart 8 Overwatch Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six: Siege NBA 2K17 Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Wildlands Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered Call of Duty: Black Ops III Minecraft Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare MLB 17: The Show ARMS Battlefiel...

Age Of Empires 4 Announced, Along With Remasters For AOE 2 & 3

Microsoft announced a new Age of Empires game at Gamescom 2017, along with remasters for Age of Empires 2 and 3. The new game is being developed by Relic, known for Company of Heroes and Warhammer 40K: Dawn of War. Here’s the official post along with all details and trailers: Age of Empires 4!!!!!!!! We have been dying to tell you all! Now that we’ve gotten that excitement out of the way, we can move onto a wrap up of the rest of the announcements from our event. There is a lot to cover! We started off announcing the release date for Age of Empires: Definitive Edition, October 19th, 2017! What a great way to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the original game! AoE: DE will launch with a ton of awesome new features, but we have kept a lot of things the same to preserve the feel of the...


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