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The All Important Gaming Headset

Posted on June 28, 2014 at 1:35 pm

A lot of reviewers will focus on games, controllers and consoles, but what about the headset. This can enhance your gaming experience but only if you choose the right one. It’s not just about having a headset that’s got crystal clear quality sounds though, it has to be comfortable and if it looks stylish then that’s all the better.

Tritton make gaming headsets and their designed to be more stylish than the custom headsets that come with consoles. If you’re a serious gamer you should show competitors you mean businesses with a quality headset.

There may be times when your family want you to keep the noise down but you can still enjoy an emphatic gaming experience when you have a quality gaming headset, and they can actually be quite affordable. Sades make quality cheap headsets so you don’t always have to fork out a lot of cash for that hardcore gaming look.

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Has Fifa 14 been a success?

Posted on November 7, 2013 at 5:24 pm

So as footballing goes, we’re well into the season, and many people have had the chance to purchase Fifa 14, but is there really any type of difference? It’s fair to say that Fifa 13 was a lot different to Fifa 12, but Fifa 14 is really the same with new kits.

Okay well there have been some changes, and only true Fifa 14 fans will notice these differences. Online play seems to have less problems, and it’s fair to say that Fifa ultimate team is more popular than ranked matches.

Fifa will always be popular among football fans, and perhaps this version didn’t need many changes. But it’s fair to say that with the release on Xbox one and Playstation 4 may provide something a little more different, even if it is higher quality graphics.

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Injustice GOTY Edition spotted for PC and Vita

Posted on July 21, 2013 at 11:16 am

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Metro Last Light DLC coming next week

Posted on July 19, 2013 at 9:52 am

Deep Silver is to launch the primary Metro: Last Light DLC pack next week. Featuring three original single-player missions wherein players step into the shoes of specialists from the warring groups, the Faction Pack promises to introduce new weapons in addition to “the return of a very terrifying mutant foe” and a few of the locations featured in Metro 2033. Priced at $4.99 / £3.99 / €4.99 / 400 MSP, the add-on will launch on Xbox 360 and PC worldwide next Tuesday, July 16. It’ll hit PS3 within the US at the same day, and Sony’s console in Europe on July 17.

The Faction Pack

  • As a distinct Detachment Sniper of the Redline, players must infiltrate a heavily guarded Reich Outpost at night, under the duvet of a perilous radioactive storm
  • … before defending front line as a Reich ‘Heavy’, armed with a few of the most devastating weaponry present in the Metro
  • Lastly, players take the role of a Polis Ranger in training, tasked with exploring the vast Library complex for artifacts and relics. Salvage could be exchanged for ammunition, filters and hazard suits allowing ever deeper exploration into the Library. Rangers are advised to light torches and leave a trail of lights to be able to find their as far back as the bottom before their precious oxygen runs out

Deep Silver intends to release four Metro: Last Light DLC packs, which might be pre-purchased at a reduced rate as portion of a season pass. Today it also offered the subsequent new information about the last three add-ons, which might be slated to reach this summer.

  • The Tower Pack presents a novel experience for seasoned Metro gunslingers – a challenge based game mode, with online Leaderboard support, as players fight their way up the combat simulator referred to as The Tower
  • The Developer Pack boasts an absolutely stocked Shooting Gallery, the AI Arena and Metro Museum… And an advantage solo mission – The Spiders’ Nest – offers some new tools for facing an infestation of the skittering Spider mutants
  • Lastly the Chronicles Pack will feature original single player missions that cast the player as three of the game’s standout characters – Pavel, Khan and Anna – and explore their side-stories clear of Artyom’s adventure

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2007 – The appropriate gaming year ever

Posted on July 14, 2013 at 1:54 pm

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Bayonetta dev’s next game is Max Anarchy

Posted on July 11, 2013 at 1:19 pm

Platinum Games has announced its new game, Max Anarchy, during this week’s Famitsu, and producer Atsushi Inaba sat all the way down to dish out first details at the upcoming 360/PS3 action title.

Described as an “online combat game,” Inaba says that the sport will let large numbers of players fight in close combat melees. From the outline it appears like a web character action game. Bayonetta meets FPS deathmatch modes?

Possible events inside the game range from co-op to free-for-all fighting. The sport may even include a single-player story mode. Inaba didn’t elaborate at the story an excessive amount of, but he did say that Jack from the company’s Wii title MadWorld would be playable, though the fiction of the 2 games isn’t related in any respect.

Once someone describes an internet melee action game it’s hard to not wonder why no person has made one like this before. It sort of feels rather obvious. Inaba told Famitsu that tech and synchronization problems have held the genre back for years.

No details on release date got. Because the interview was only a small piece of a bigger feature on Platinum, we’re willing to bet that we cannot see this game until sometime next year, on the earliest.

 

 

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Game of Thrones coming to consoles, PCs, and browsers in 2012

Posted on July 11, 2013 at 11:51 am

A Game of Throne fans will soon have upwards of 3 new how one can play George R.R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire book epic. Based on reports, the series is currently being adapted into an RPG for consoles, a free-to-play MMO for browsers, and a social networking game for release in 2012.

Cyanide Studio, developers of the recently released Game of Thrones: Genesis strategy title for the computer, may be healming the role-playing project. Martin himself is asserted to be hands-on with the sport, that may tell a brand new chapter in Westeros’s history and star, amongst others, a Red priest and a member of the Night’s Watch. The unnamed project may be published for PS3, Xbox and PC care of Atlus.

For Thronites (Throneese? Throneheads?) preferring to play their videogames with friends, Bigpoint Games, maker of Battlestar Galactica Online, is developing a no-charge browser-based MMO in accordance with the sport of Thrones world. Before anyone gets too upset in regards to the browser-based-ness of this MMO they must have a look at some videos of Battlestar Galactica Online – Bigpoint could make browsers sing. The third game will let players kill for the Iron Throne in a social networking game, however no developer or platform has yet been attached to this actual title (though it certainly seems like it’ll be tied to Facebook).

The Song of Ice and Fire series has had a devout following for years, but it’s fair to mention the sport of Thrones HBO show has helped it achieve mainstream popularity. Reflecting at the pressure this has wear him to wrap up the book series, Martin told USA Today, “[I’m] facing many more years of writing. Hopefully i’m able to stay prior to the HBO series… That creates a certain quantity of pressure, having a freight train arising behind me. Right away it’s long ago, but it’s moving faster than i’m.”

There’s no release date given for any of the games, but there’s one for the second one season of the HBO show: Game of Thrones season 2 begins April 2012, so prepare. Winter, we’ve heard, is coming.

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