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Best Upcoming Superhero Games

Superhero games are a curious, uneven lot. Along games that simply cash in on popular characters, offering little novelty in terms of mechanics and gameplay, we also have games that are simply outstanding. Here we look at what's coming in 2019.

Best Mods for the Sims 4!

The Sims is one of the most phenomenal series of video games, especially if you consider that it's been around for nearly two decades. The latest installment, The Sims 4, is sure a fun game, but you can make it even better with our selection of mods!

Beyond The Witcher - Books that Should Become Video Games

Bearing in mind the astonishing success of The Witcher series, we look for other books with some serious potential for video game adaptations.

Happy Easter Eggs

Easter has just ended but you still may have a lot of Easter eggs to find. Video games have dozens of hidden features and secrets to reveal. In this article, we encourage you to become a real true detective of paranormal phenomena in video games.

Pyrkon 2019 Dispatch

The Multigenre Fan Convention Pyrkon was held this year for the 19th time in Poznan, Poland. As always, it was full of cosplayers, lectures, table-top games, and, above all, awesome people.

Top 10 Visual Novels

Have you ever wanted to read a good video game? Sounds strange, I know. But consider this: here are some classy titles to start with, straight from the Land of the Rising Sun. We have fantasy, philosophy action, love, drama, mystery, and a lot more...

PS5 – All We Know

In this article, we take a look at the specification of PlayStation 5, talk about ray tracking support, backward compatibility, the potential release date, the price, as well as titles that the new Sony console will launch with.

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Everything We Know About PS5 – Release Date, Price and Specs

We finally have some solid info, on which to base some initial predictions about PlayStation 5. If we add to it the numerous leaks, which sound credible for the most part, we can pretty much draw a complete picture of the new Sony console. Will PlayStation 5 support ray tracking? What will be the specs be? Is PS5 going to be backward compatible? How much will it cost? When is it going to be released? And, of course, what games will be play at launch day? We answer all these questions in this overview of PlayStation 5.

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Top 10 Visual Novels for (Adult) Bookworms

Have you ever wanted to read a good video game? Sounds strange, I know. But consider this: here are some classy titles to start with, straight from the Land of the Rising Sun. We have fantasy, philosophy, mechas, action, love, drama, mystery, suspense, samurai – there’s something up everyone’s alley. Here’s top ten best visual novels.

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Multigenre Fan Convention Pyrkon 2019 Field Report

This year's Pyrkon was as awesome as ever. The convention grew exponentially over the past two decades, having shifted from an intimate event held in a school to a full-fledged convention attended by thousands. It was brimming with cosplayers, abundant with table-top matches, and allowed you to bump into some of this community's most notable figures. It certainly is a thrilling experience – especially if your one-year-old daughter's with you the entire time.

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Happy Easter Eggs

Easter has just ended but you still may have a lot of Easter eggs to find. Video games have dozens of hidden features and secrets to reveal. In this article, we encourage you to become a real true detective of paranormal phenomena in video games.

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Books that Should Become Video Games

The world of video games is full of characters and settings brought from other works of arts - books, movies, comics, and so on. While most of these adaptations were usually disappointing, there were also instances, when the final product turned out unique, novel, and playable as hell, such as the Arkham, Metro, or STALKER series, and some of Ubisoft's Tom Clancy games. Today, we will explore the world of literature, searching for other books that should be brought to our computer and TV screens.

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Best Sims 4 Mods 2019

The Sims is one of the most phenomenal series of video games, especially if you consider that it's been around for nearly two decades. The latest installment, The Sims 4, is sure a fun game, but you can make it even better with our selection of mods! This comprehensive list includes gameplay tweaks, minor gameplay additions, as well as larger mods that introduce some totally new, sometimes rather crazy elements!

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The Best Upcoming Superhero Games 2019

Superhero games are a peculiar lot. Some of them seem to prove the point that franchises belonging to one medium are happiest within it, and converting books to movies and movies to games is a rather futile endeavor. And then come titles like the Arkham series, or the recent Marvel's Spider-Man, and we go racking our brains, trying to come up with a reason why all these games aren't that good. One way or another, there's sure plenty of publishers, who'd love to capitalize on the popular superheroes in the coming months, and in this article, we look at the most interesting upcoming games based on superhero franchises.

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The Best Android Games 2019 – Free-to-Play Choices

It might be difficult to choose the right game for you, especially on mobile. The stores are full of all sorts of games, and – unfortunately – it's quite easy to run into a rather crappy title. We decided to lend you a hand and try to indicate some of the more worthwhile games available for free on Android. Here's part one of Android's best free-to-play games.

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Analysis: What End-User Agreements Say About Ownership

Digital distribution changed the video game market forever in a number of ways, most of which are greatly positive. It brought some obvious benefits for the customers, developers, and the environment. But if you thought that the only thing that changed was the way in which games are distributed, then think again, because by far the most significant difference is also the least apparent, and lies hidden in the EULAs that we mostly don't bother reading. Fortunately, we read them for you, and asked our friendly gamer lawyer for his opinion – here's what we found.

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Evolution of 3-D Open World Games – 1996-2007

An open world – a virtual environment that enables us to explore freely and without constraints – is not a new concept in video games. Looking back at some of the older titles, you will find that the first attempts of creating an open world can be traced back to Sega’s Jet Rocket simulation, developed in 1970. The first, fully scalable open-world games were 1984’s Courageous Perseus and Hydlide. The first bolder attempts were made in the 90s, and the formula established back then remains widely popular until this very day. Now, let’s take a short trip down the memory lane, and take a look at this concise overview of open-world games created between 1996 to 2007.

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I Suck At Battle Royale, and Apex Legends is My Favorite Game

I have never liked battle royale games very much. Mostly because I suck at them. Big time. So why did I decide to write about Apex Legends? Is there really anything that wasn’t already said about games such as PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds and Fortnite? Is the game truly as unique as many players claim? And, if it is, what makes it so? I’ll try to answer these and other questions below, as I unravel my own adventure with Apex Legends.

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