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Best Free PC Games To Play In 2021

Recall purchasing games on discs, taking them home, introducing them at the shockingly sluggish speed of a laser taking as much time as is needed to peruse a CD-ROM, and afterward understanding the game wasn’t even awesome? Golly—happy that is completely finished with. We can purchase games and download them several ticks, yet we can likewise evaluate heaps of games today free of charge, and the greater part of them are anxious to keep us playing for months or a long time on end. It’s an extraordinary opportunity to be a PC gamer. Particularly a thrifty one.Observing free PC games to play is a snap. The crucial step is choosing what to really dedicate your chance to. We have some exhortation on which free PC games merit playing, from free works of art to modest squanderers to m...

New on Consoles December 8th – Cyberpunk Horror Transient: Extended Edition

Lovecraftian Adventure from the Developers of Conarium Launches on Nintendo Switch, Xbox and PlayStation. Publisher Iceberg Interactive and developers Stormling Studios are excited to announce that Transient is releasing on Nintendo Switch, Xbox One and PlayStation 4 on December 8th! From the creators of CONARIUM and the DARKNESS WITHIN series, TRANSIENT is a Lovecraftian Cyberpunk thriller. Experience the game like never before in the EXTENDED EDITION. This release includes additional gameplay, a brand-new ending and an assortment of quality of life improvements – also available to PC players on Steam via a free update to the 2020 release.Presented in stunning 4K resolution, this ultimate release includes HDR support, additional achievements, multiple saves and enhanced controller a...

Naruto And Team 7 Have Arrived In Fortnite

Some parts of Fortnite’s progress over the recent years has been its use of well known IPs inside the game. Subsequent to joining films, VIPs, and other computer game characters, anime has at last come to Fortnite, as the Naruto crossover event has started.Epic Games prodded the Fortnite and Naruto crossover last week, without uncovering a lot of data. A basic tweet showing the Fortnite and Naruto Shippuden logos with Naruto’s English-named expression, “Trust it!” and the date November 16, 2021. Not long after however, pictures from a Japanese magazine started coursing, releasing an abundance of content from the hybrid including skins, pickaxes, and back bling. The declaration was met with a solid blend of responses, with many fans anxious to get the skins when they...

Nintendo To Cut Switch Sales Due To Chip Shortage

Nintendo had a moderately peaceful quarter for Switch deals, with 3.83 million units delivered in July and September. That is a major drop on a similar period last year, when it had moved to 6.86 million units. Nintendo has now sold 92.87 million Switch consoles till date.Nintendo says “the drawn out effect of both COVID-19 and the worldwide semiconductor shortage makes the condition uncertain” and is amending its Switch deals conjecture for the monetary year somewhere around 1.5 million units. The organization had recently expected to sell 25.5 million control center between April 2021 and March 2022, however has now set the figure at 24 million. In any case, Nintendo isn’t modifying its assumptions for income, and really anticipates that operating profit should be 4% hi...

CALL OF DUTY: VANGUARD AVAILABLE NOW WORLDWIDE

Starting today, 5 November, the highly-anticipated Call of Duty: Vanguard is available worldwide. Vanguard delivers an unparalleled depth of Call of Duty® content across a gripping single-player story, 20 multiplayer maps on day one, an all-new Zombies experience that further explores existing story canon.  Vanguard also features the deepest integration yet with Warzone™, which will launch the new Warzone Pacific, including the new map “Caldera” on December 2nd.  “Vanguard launch is just the beginning.  This new release will deliver unprecedented breadth and depth of amazing content experiences for Call of Duty players,” said Johanna Faries, General Manager, Call of Duty, Activision. “Together with next month’s release of the all-new Warzone Pacific map, Call of Duty is set to create the m...

Pokèmon Unite – Review

There have been barely any mobile games that have taken a portion of a MOBA in the course recently, singling out parts of the class to simplify something and, frequently, undeniably less captivating.  Pokèmon Unite isn’t one of those. At any rate, not exactly.No, it doesn’t have the meat on its bones of any semblance of League of Legends: Wild Rift, however it doesn’t squeeze into the classification populated with any semblance of Clash Royale, by the same token. It’s in excess of a bite, not exactly a full supper. Pokèmon Unite is fundamentally the early lunch of the versatile MOBA world. Watch the trailer here:  Catch Aeos energy You pick a Pokèmon, then, at that point, fight it out in 5v5 pieces to catch Aeos energy. You get that for killing NPCs and different pl...

Square Enix Establishes New Studio Luminous Productions, Headed by Hajime Tabata

Square Enix Holdings today announced a newly established development studio, Luminous Productions, based in Tokyo, Japan. Luminous Productions was established with the purpose of developing new AAA titles and bringing innovative games and other entertainment content to a global audience. Staffed with members of the creative team behind “Final Fantasy XV”, Luminous Productions further builds on Square Enix Group’s vision to create new intellectual properties alongside our existing studios. More information regarding Luminous Productions’s new projects will be revealed at a later date.

Final Fantasy XV Windows Edition – Review

The king of JRPGs, a series that has helped us experience so many wonderful journeys, meet amazing and interesting characters has had its new release Final Fantasy XV make its way to the realm of PC Gaming. Final Fantasy XV is finally available on Windows PCs in all its glory with all the DLC and updates and not to mention, the added graphical fidelity thanks to Nvidia that makes the experience more immersive and the world more life-like. Final Fantasy XV deviated from the fundamental of all its previous games which had turn based combat to an Active Battle System. This was a great move with the addition of the “Wait Mode” which as the name suggests, allows you to pause the combat to take a breather while also letting you plan out your next attacks, spells and pretty much all y...

Lost Sphear – Review

A Japanese Role-Playing Game with elements borrowed from the greatest and classic hits of its genres, made in the modern day to make a game that absolutely nails all of those elements with its identity. Lost Sphear is ambitious to say the least. Lost Sphear is a Japanese Role Playing Game(JRPG) developed by Tokyo RPG Factory and published by Square Enix. Tokyo RPG is the same team responsible for I am Setsuna and is considered to be a spiritual successor to it. The Lost Sphear’s premise is interesting and one that you would actually expect from a JRPG or an anime. Parts of the world, including people are vanishing and seem to transform into white voids of nothingness and our protagonist Kanata, has the ability to restore the voids back to their original forms by gathering their memor...

Dissidia Final Fantasy NT – Review

Final Fantasy as a series is very well renowned for being one of the best JRPG series of games that have come out. With a lot of fantastic installments comes a follow up to the strange all-star fighting game featuring Final Fantasy characters. Dissidia Final Fantasy NT is a fighting game with elements of action roleplaying that’s been developed by Koei Tecmo’s Team Ninja and published by Square Enix. This game is actually a console port of the Arcade game, Dissidia Final Fantasy and is exclusive to the PlayStation 4. Dissidia Final Fantasy NT is a battle royal fighter where a team of 3 characters face off against a team of 3 enemies. While it is mainly an arena brawler, it also has a tactical element to it. The game features characters from a variety of Final Fantasy games incl...

Here’s Why Square Enix Let Hitman And IO Interactive Go

It was the news of the year when Square Enix decided to sell IO interactive. The news was announced in May, with the Japanese firm initially looking to sell the studio to another publisher but eventually settling on a management buyout (MBO) with the IO team, giving the Hitman studio its independence. It was a surprise for the fans since the digital-centric episodic 2016 iteration of Hitman had gained much fame and revived the series to suit the next generation. The game was very well received by fans and critics alike and generated more than sufficient revenue for the parent company, dispelling any notion of financial offsets. CEO Yosuke Matsuda gave his statement regarding the same, revealing that this difficult decision was a necessary one to ensure the continued success of his company....

Square Enix hiring staff for NieR-related project

Square Enix is Recruiting Staff to Make Something New for NieR Square Enix recently put up a new staff recruitment page to add members to its scenario staff for NieR. Director Yoko Taro and producer Yosuke Saito also shared some messages about the recruitment. The recruitment page lists that they’re in need of a scenario writer who will work on scenario production and planning work related to the NieR series. They’ll be in charge of making scenarios and plots for sub-quests, design instructions for NPCs and other in-game design specifications, as well as item descriptions and more. Here’s a message from Yoko Taro and Yosuke Saito: Yoko Taro – NieR series Director Hello. I’m the NieR series director Yoko Taro. Thanks to all the support from everyone, it appears that the NieR series wi...

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