Impressing new generation gamers with a racing genre has been a rather formidable task. Admittedly, delivering a visually stunning game with realistic gameplay and touch of personalized gaming is a feat in itself. However, 2017 Gran Turismo Sport might just do all of that. New Generation of Gran Turismo Players will find three different game modes: Arcade, Campaign, and Sports. Each category has unique features…

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Watch Dogs 2


Posted by February 4, 2017

If you’ve read the classic book 1984 by George Orwell and if you’re outraged by NSA spying on regular citizens, you will without a doubt love Watch Dogs 2! In this open map action/strategy game you get to return a favor to the all-seeing surveillance system by using it for your benefit as a superb hacker. You see, hacking ‒not guns blazing Ramboism ‒ will…

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Revamping this iconic game to an HD platform once again manages to improve upon a classic. Designed for the Wii U, The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess HD is a remake of one of the best Zelda games ever made. The game has been modernized and updated, and in so doing, reclaims some of the magic that made the original so special in the first…

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Forza Horizon 3


Posted by January 1, 2017

Fantastic, breathtaking, dynamic and entertaining. These are the most popular words in describing Forza Horizon 3 in most major game review sites. I won’t disagree with any of these because the game is a stunner in so many ways! But if don’t own Xbox One, you’re sadly out of luck. New Generation Gameplay You don’t necessarily have to be an avid fan of cars from…

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What is the world’s most recognized musical tune? Is it perhaps Beethoven, Mozart, Chopin? Or maybe Led Zeppelin or Deep Purple? What if we argued that the most well-known tune comes from a videogame? You might be pondering which videogame, but the answer is actually crystal clear: Super Mario! The Legend of Legends Since 1985, tens if not hundreds of millions of us have had…

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Nintendo has cleverly utilized the casino-style game play into a multitude of its games, with none more prominent as those in the Super Mario games. In fact, 80% feature a casino game of some kind. These original arcade insertions into the games such as slots were simply to enable the gamer to gain bonus point or lives by the easy method of chance rather than…

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Sonic Boom: Fire Ice

Posted by December 16, 2016

Nintendo has an uncanny ability to hit the emotional heart of the gamer, and with Sonic Boom: Fire and Ice they do just that. Bringing back Sonic, Tails, and friends, Sonic Boom recreates some of the magic of the old Sonic games by tying in with the comic series. This time, however, there is more adventure and speed. Designed for the Nintendo 3DS, the graphics…

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It’s called the “beautiful game” for a reason. As gaming technology advanced in the past 10 years, our “beautiful game” became literally beautiful in the form of video games. Consequently, we can extend our passion for football to the virtual world as well. Although many of us might have smashed a controller or two while playing FIFA or PES, let’s not forget to recognize the…

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No Man’s Sky

Posted by September 28, 2016

In August 2016, game developer Hello World managed to create a new universe, literally. Although Dr. Hawkins and Dr. Kaku might disagree on the validity of creating a new universe without quantum physics, Hello World introduced us to this new universe called No Man’s Sky. Let’s review this remarkable game together. 18 Quintillion Explorable Planets In No Man’s Sky the player’s playground is literally so…

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Casino games for Sega


Posted by September 13, 2016

In today’s world of sophisticated gaming consoles, true gamers look to the past when games weren’t visually stunning or guided by artificial intelligence. After all, it is the past that defines us in the gaming world. For that reason, Sega is still warming a lot of hearts. Who could forget the very first NHL games or Sonic the Hedgehog? But most importantly, who could forget…

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