What’s your favourite GTA game? I’m not the series’ biggest fan, but if I had to pick one, it’d probably be ice City. something about the setting, and the cheesy 80’s music just resonates with me. fopr most though, if it’s the newest GTA V, it’s likely GTA San Andreas. And it looks like it’s coming back.
It’s very easy to get lost in gaming lore sometimes (depending on the game of course). I myself enjoy reading snippets here and there, but get easily overwhelmed if there is too much. Still, I know there are gamers out there who enjoy reading every tiny scrap of paper they find. Are you a huge Elder Scrolls fan? Of course you are. Does your shelf have some awkward looking, unfilled space? Keep reading…
Can we please pause this year? It's going by far too quick for me. I don't have nearly enough time for all the things I want and need to do. To make things worse (or better) all my most anticipated games and series are coming out now, vying for the precious hours of time I have. Here, have some indie news to add fuel to the fire.
There seems to be a new theme doing the rounds in the gaming community at the moment and that is that there is a large, and vocal, crowd of people who appear to just want new IP’s to fail.
The Xbox One is a pretty great console, but I wish there was a way to share awesome screenshots online easily. The PS4 has that nailed down, and it seemed like the November Xbox One update would finally bring social screen sharing functionality to the console. Turns out that's still going to take a while.
Okay, maybe not exactly, but this new interactive experience might at least give you a taste of the game in a weird way. It's basically just a series of point and click rapid adventures, one released already and the rest coming soon. However, it certainly sets the tone for the game.
While consoles are struggling to even render games at 1080p, PCs more modern, more powerful (and yes, more expensive) GPUs are capable of rendering and playing today’s games at significantly higher resolutions, at significantly higher frame rates. With cards like Nvidia’s new 900 series, gamers can crank up their resolutions to 4K and beyond, and still run games at playable frame rates.
I dabbled with game design once. ONCE. It was years ago, and my masterpiece was more a screensaver than anything. From that day I swore that I would only play, not create, for the good of humankind! If you on the other hand enjoy making games that actually work, you might be interested in this bundle.