10 games you probably will never play in 2019.

1) WeakWood Throne Weakwood throne is a very pretty game that aesthetically reminds me of the old Playstation Harvest moon titles, while game play is nothing like Harvest moon the overall vibe is very much mid to late 90s, game-play wise it is close to a old school Zelda meets open world RPG, the combat system is functional but not my cup of tea, overall a mixed bag and one that does have a distinct hint of RPGMaker flavor, even

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Epic Store Update

But they are evil.. cos.. umm something?! There is a vocal (and incorrect) sub culture of the pc gaming community who hate on Epic store for competing with steam, for buying exclusives, for not having reviews, in this article we will break down the complaints and reactions, and see who is right and wrong in this war between Steam Sub-Reddit and Epic Store. Smart people do smart things.   Securing Exclusives: Giving developers a bigger cut, users bigger discounts, and

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Threats to the Future Gaming #2 : Reddit Aka The Hivemind

You had one Job to do! Reddit should have been one of the greatest innovations in gaming community building, finally every game could have a hub that you could access with a single account, never again lose track of friends and foes as you hop games, it would be glorious, majestic.. astounding.. yeah.. about that… Reddit while having a few bright spots has become a cesspit of the entitled Man Baby  Hive Mind, DLC = Greed, Sequels  = Cash Grab,

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10 Steam Games that are barely PC Games

Some titles barely qualify as a PC game, they either are clearly mobile ports or are little more than menus and data, these “games” are not bad, simply contain next to no game-play beyond menus and simple mechanics. 1) Tap heroes A game where you basically click, while the “game” isn’t bad, it’s not really a game at all, and is more akin to the flash games and mobile games of yesteryear, you basically click to earn points, to upgrade

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Threats to the Future Gaming #1 : Streamers

Now lets get off on the right foot, not all streamers are a threat to gaming, some of them serve a beneficial purpose, they bring games to a wider market and that is great for a multiplayer titles longevity, however with that influence comes entitlement and a semi cult worshiping like mentality which we will look into. Entitlement Everyone likes to think as their favorite streamer as their buddy, they like what you like, appreciate your support and following, think

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10 Games that are worth a second look.

Every so often you see a game on steam that looks absolute rubbish, but perhaps at deeper inspection you have found not a lump of coal but a diamond in the rough? Without further delay here are ten games which we found surprisingly good despite poor first impressions. 1) Wurm unlimited Wurm looks incredibly dated and that is for one main reason.. it is incredibly dated, with systems that looks ripped from EverQuest 1 it is not everyone’s cup of

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10 Surprisingly Good, Bad, Awful Games

1) Guild of Dungeoneering A  very cool little turn based card combat game with an extremely unique graphical look that closer to living pen and paper than any other style, great sprites and game-play mechanics that are unique to the title, such as instead of controlling only your hero, you also must build the dungeon around him/her, providing near-endless replay value, the simple character sprites even change appearance to match equipped gear, a nice immersive feature a lot of indie titles

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10 Games to fill you with Nostalgia!

Gun Rocket With a simple pallet reminiscent of the earliest PC games Gun rocket provides a “free with windows 98” style gaming experience which was the first PC game experience for many of us, the gameplay reminded me also of the 30 minute AOL demos which as a child without a credit card were a source of both enjoyment and frustration. Mechanic wise the controls are easy to pick up but for the price provide a pretty decent amount of

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10 Indie Games you may actually like.

Adventure Manager A cute little fantasy based, Tolkien inspired retro management game, which draws inspiration from traditional JRPG combat, while very much the type of game you get 40 of for $1 on fanatical its very much a fun little indie title to pass some time, graphics are retro to the extreme and look like they were created in bitmap, which adds to the games charm. Are You Smarter than a 5th Grader? While the game hasn’t aged well, and

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The not So Epic Store.

The idea of the Epic store is one i can get fully behind, i like that Steam finally has extra competition, i like that developers have a chance to get their games off the ground before being flooded with man babies in the reviews and discussions, i am fully supportive of the better profit split that Devs get on the store, the problem is the support team just don’t seem to work that well. Being a PC only gamer I

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Things 2018 Taught us About Gaming.

2018 was one of the more eventful years for games in recent memory, with some major successes, controversial launches and total flops we look back at one of the more stormy years in gaming long history and what it taught us. Reddit Culture is a Problem. Reddit should be a gamers best friend, all that info and community in a single location, its however become far from that, Sub-Reddits are mostly meeting places not for fans of a game, but

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Battle Royale: Death or Salvation of PC gaming?

Ok its neither.. but its close. With the huge success of titles like PlayerUnknown Battlegrounds and Fortnite we have seen an uptick in interest in Pc gaming as more and more console gamers see the possibility, power and precision that a gaming Pc offers, at the same time that success has caused many developers to get foolhardy and gamble their companies health on releasing that own Battle Royale. It worked a few times.. mostly it failed.. badly. Here is our

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