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NBA 2K18 is the Best Basketball Around, Totally Dominating the Market

Like some snake that escaped from the jungle, NBA 2K18 suddenly appeared and bit us. The venom quickly spread throughout our blood, and we got addicted to the latest basketball simulation from 2K Sports. And when we say simulation, believe us that we mean it. This is not a game that you can pick up and play immediately. It’s incredibly realistic, and it will take some getting used to, especially i...[Read More]

It’s Official: Microsoft Is Retiring Kinect After Seven Years

It was evident that the future had nothing good in store for Microsoft Kinect. The company has now confirmed that their once incredibly popular product is retiring. That was revealed by the GM of Xbox Devices Marketing Matthew Lapson and the Kinect author Alex Kipman. Kinect was through a lot during its seven-year history. When it had launched in 2010, it was considered a revolutionary product tha...[Read More]

PES 2018: Does More of the Same Mean More of the Best?

You are controlling Mbappe as you sprint down the flank and see that Cavani is waiting for you in the box, waving his hand in an attempt to suggest that you should send in a cross. That’s what you do just before the opponent performs a sliding tackle. Cavani jumps in front of the defender and puts the ball over the net. What follows is the incredible noise from over 50,000 fans thrilled that you m...[Read More]

FIFA 18 Beats the Opponents Off the Pitch, but What Happens When the Match Starts?

FIFA 18 is continuing the proud tradition of the Electronic Arts’ long-lasting soccer simulation. The latest addition is also the second year with the new Frostbite engine, and the improvements are noticeable. The developers upgraded what worked well and managed to deliver a solid game to their fan base once again. Slower Pace and AI Improvements Most of the changes on the pitch are literal, but t...[Read More]

Who Would Buy Xbox One X When Even Microsoft Admitted: “It’s not for Everyone”?

Microsoft announced its plans to release “the most powerful console ever” at the E3 gaming expo held this summer. Even at that point, many people asked a reasonable question – why would players opt to pay $500 for a system that is nothing but a 4K Xbox One? Although that was months ago and we are now only weeks away from the release of the Xbox One X, the same question remains hanging. It’s clear ...[Read More]

Xbox Live Games With Gold List For October 2017

If you have Xbox Live Gold membership, you know that Microsoft enables several games each month free of cost. The “Games with gold” lineup for October 2017 looks incredible. There are a total of five titles, with Gone Home and Rayman 3 dominating the list. These are the free games available this month: Gone Home Gone Home: Console Edition is probably the title that delighted most owner...[Read More]

Sea of Thieves Hands-on Impressions and Why We Got Our Hopes Up

Rare used to make incredible games, what with Banjo-Kazooie, Donkey Kong Country, and other Nintendo hits. However, since Microsoft acquired the studio in 2002, they were mostly working on Kinect releases and remakes. Fortunately, the time when we will see a new IP from Rare is near. Sea of Thieves, co-op multiplayer game that puts you in a role of a pirate, is close to its release. Arrr! You Read...[Read More]

The 4K Battle: Xbox One S vs. PlayStation 4 – Which One Is Better?

Xbox One S and PlayStation 4 Pro are correcting the big mistake Microsoft and Sony made with debut versions of these consoles. They are implementing support for 4K to enable playing in Ultra HD resolution. However, it’s easy to claim that a device has 4K support, but what’s the truth? That is the answer we are trying to give in this article and clarify the issue which is better for 4K – Xbox One o...[Read More]

Micro Machines Hack Tool – New Cheats For Gems & Coins

Micro Machines is a racing game where you control toy cars with the goal of going through the finish line in front of your opponents. The game was developed under the agreement of Codemasters and Chillingo, the studio you probably know from the Angry Birds or Cut the Rope series, which was recently acquired by the Electronic Arts. It is free to play (freemium), and you can download it from Google ...[Read More]

Fortnite: Battle Royale – A Light and Colorful Take on the Genre

You probably know the concept – 100 players are placed in a shrinking area and the last man standing wins. H1Z1 and particularly PUBG made the concept planetary famous, and Epic Games decided to follow in their footsteps. That resulted in Fortnite: Battle Royale, the new free-to-play mode of the survival video game we know and love. It also set off a lot of heat between Bluehole and Epic Games of ...[Read More]

FIFA 18 Is Now Available For Those Who Pre-ordered

It’s a beautiful day for football fans around the world because EA Sports announced that FIFA 18 is officially available for customers who pre-ordered the game. The official release date of the full version is September 29, but players who already bought Icon Edition or Ronaldo Edition of the game are enabled early access. In short, if you pre-ordered the latest football gem from EA, you can play ...[Read More]

The City of Brass Game Has Recently Launched In Steam Early Access

When you hear that people who worked on Bioshock are working on a new game, you instantly become interested.  City of Brass is the name of the release that entered the early access phase on Steam a couple of days ago. It is a mixture of Arabian Nights, and Indiana Jones combined into intriguing FPS action. Keep in Mind That its Early Access Before we take a quick glance into the game itself, there...[Read More]

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