Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled

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Everyone scolds the exclusivity of games – they say, it interferes with the industry. But exclusivity has one remarkable consequence: you can shamelessly make multiplatform clones, and no one will judge you. For example, no one will ever blame Crash Team Racing, because there is no other possibility to play Mario Kart with the owners of the PlayStation, Xbox, [….]

Metro Exodus PC Performance Test

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Metro Exodus was one of the most controversial projects of this year that split the gaming community. This happened before the launch of an ambitious game from 4A Games and Deep Silver. One of the reasons was the scandalous refusal to distribute the game on Steam in favor of the cheeky newcomer Epic Game Store. Dmitry Glukhovsky himself, [….]

Meet the Malkavian clan in VTM - Bloodlines 2

Meet the Malkavian clan in VTM – Bloodlines 2

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Crazy Malkavians are people’s favorites in the first Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines. They will return in the second part: about what will be crazy vampires in the sequel, screenwriter Brian Mitsoda told in an interview with Rock Paper Shotgun. In the desktop Vampire: The Masquerade there is the term “fishmalk” (fishmeal). It refers to the attitude towards the Malkavian insanity [….]

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Gato Roboto: Review

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n pursuit of originality, independent developers try to invent not only non-standard mechanics in their games but also unusual main characters. We have already seen a luchador and a beetle pushing a pinball ball and turning into an animal of a young man … All that was missing was a cat in an armored robot. This serious omission was decided to [….]

Shakedown: Hawaii: Review

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The main character of Shakedown: Hawaii is the gray-haired CEO of the once large corporation who wrote the book “My company is functioning by itself while I am on the beach” many years ago. Unfortunately for him, while he was on vacation, the interests of the people and the situation on the market changed dramatically: digital purchases took [….]

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Fade to Silence: Overview

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At the early Steam access stage, Fade to Silence had, to put it mildly, an ambiguous reputation – it was something hardcore, incomprehensible, poorly optimized, loaded. And about survival in the snow, where a talkative demon is tortured over a man named Ash all the way – you can see it, but it’s hard to play. Approximately with such [….]

Fell Seal Arbiter's Mark Overview

Fell Seal: Arbiter’s Mark: Overview

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Fell Seal: Arbiter’s Mark is a tactical RPG in the spirit of the Japanese classics of the genre: Final Fantasy Tactics and Tactics Ogre. The debut project of 6 Eyes Studio, consisting of exactly two people – both, of course, fans of Japanese and role-playing games in general, and previously worked in the studio, which released Black Sigil: Blade of the Exiled on [….]

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Rage 2 has acquired a support plan for 2019

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Until the release of Rage 2 is a few days. If you have already managed to fork out for pre-order, or you know for sure that you will take the game after release, then you will most likely be interested in the plans of Avalanche Studios and id Software to support the shooter: Bethesda Softworks presented a roadmap for 2019! May Starting with the [….]

FORTNITE REVIEW: “CONTINUED TO EVOLVE AND FIGHT TO BE ONE OF THE BEST BATTLE ROYALE GAMES”

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Since late 2017, Fortnite has quickly grown to be the most popular game in the world. Despite competition from the likes of PUBG, and more recently Apex Legends, Fortnite’s still reaching highs of 10.7 million concurrent players during its unique live events, and with over 200 million registered players as of November last year, Fortnite is undoubtedly unbeatable [….]

What is the least bad videogame movie?

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Castlevania was a TV show and doesn’t count, sorry. So we’re on the same page, “least bad” is just a funnier way of saying most good. And some videogame movies have to be the most good, comparatively speaking. We recently saw the trailer for Doom: Annihilation, which brought this topic to mind. It doesn’t look super promising, but [….]