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How to Make Money in GTA 5 Online

Posted By Mdinich 23 days ago on Gaming - In the world of Grand Theft Auto cash is king.
The entire point of the game is to make more money, so it goes without saying the faster you earn it the better. But just like real life, if you want to make money in GTA 5 fast you have to work for it. Of course, you can always just go and buy a GTA Online Shark Card for real money to add more green to your bank account but where’s the fun in that?

Google Stadia Is Here! Is Xbox Doomed?

Posted By VisualVibe 119 days ago on Gaming - Google Stadia is here. Stadia marks Google's entry into AAA gaming via a new game streaming service. Google says you'll be able to stream game titles up to 4K 60fps on your smartphone, tablet, laptop or TV (via Chromecast). Is Google Stadia the future of video games? Are you ready for a completely online gaming experience?

Google Stadia lets you to play AAA Games on Google Chrome

Posted By aditya29best 119 days ago on Gaming - There were days when we had to download songs first to listen to them, now we just now stream online and listen to them and now Google has announced Stadia which would allow you to watch games, develop games and play games from one place! yes from your browser!

The Best Gaming Headsets of 2019 (Buying Guide)

Posted By TheBadBlogger 135 days ago on Gaming - In the last decade, the video game industry put out some truly iconic games and if we evaluate these best-selling titles, we see a similarity between them. All these games need good speakers or headsets to supply a truly unforgettable experience. Additionally, all multiplayer or team playing titles require a microphone for communication between the players during gaming. Although the best quality speakers or sound systems fulfill the requirement of good sound quality, only the best gaming headsets can deliver great sound both ways.

Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 – My Thoughts and Impressions

Posted By TheBadBlogger 149 days ago on Gaming - The Division 2 is a spellbinding shared open world third person shooter with amazing graphics, gripping storyline and impressive character dynamics. A colossal improvisation on the D1 gameplay and tech, this one is massively entertaining offering you more flexibility with artillery, battling tactics and gaming through an array of exciting modes & powerups. While the developers plan to expand the gameplay to step up its riveting appeal with new upgrades and fixes as part of post-launch, the existing plot is already highly engaging.

Bioware’s Anthem: My First Impression of the Game

Posted By TheBadBlogger 156 days ago on Gaming - Anthem is an online multiplayer title based on adventure packed sci-fi, exclusively crafted by Bioware and published by Electronic Arts. Having delivered popular projects in the past that cinched gamer’s fancy, this latest endeavor is an impressive RPG, which will be available for enthusiasts across the globe this month. I have always admired the sincere effort Bioware puts into their video game design & development.

Tom Clancy’s The Division: My Thoughts After Playing for Almost 3 Years

Posted By TheBadBlogger 178 days ago on Gaming - I first heard about The Division during the 2013 Ubisoft’s E3 presentation, when the developer surprised the crowd with a trailer that had an unbelievable representation of the New York City, re-imagined on the brink of collapse.

List of Games I Love

Posted By TheBadBlogger 192 days ago on Gaming - I love to play games, especially ones with amazing graphics backed up with great stories. I had played games in PlayStation, PlayStation 2 and 3, but now I play almost entirely on a PC. My PC may not have the latest hardware, but it’s powerful enough to play any game in the world. Before going into list of games I love that have given me a lifetime of good memories, here’s the PC hardware I’m currently using:

Blog #5 – Dilemma, RPG Craving

Posted By GhostOfGamerPast 625 days ago on Gaming - I choose Shadow of War and I was regretting it immediately. I did not play the first title of the series, Shadow of Mordor, and it makes the sequel difficult. It picks up right after the first, and there is no tutorial. It’s as if I was placed in the cockpit of a jet and told to go forth and save the world… Read More Blog #5 – Dilemma, RPG Craving

Blog #4 – Video Games and Writing

Posted By GhostOfGamerPast 654 days ago on Gaming - I play a lot of old games and I like to write about them to the point where I would even dare to call myself a writer. Not a good writer, just someone who knows enough about the language and has a pen and a notebook. I will confess now, recording my thoughts is a very selfish one. I will let you all in on a secret now… Read More Blog #4 – Video Games and Writing

Samurai Riot, A Beat ‘Em Up Review

Posted By GhostOfGamerPast 666 days ago on Gaming - Samurai Riot comes to us from Wako Factory. They are indie game developers from France and have been working on this game since 2014. It really does show because the production value is high. I may be used to 8 and 16 bit graphics and sound but I still know good art work when I see it… Read More Samurai Riot, A Beat ‘Em Up Review