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Gaming Releases - November 2019
Hello Gamers! It seems like game publishers always wait until the end of the year to push out their best content - and this November is no exception! Here's all the games releasing for PS4, Xbox One, Switch, and PC: Title Release Date Playstation 4 The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold S
The 2020 holiday season is going to be monumental for gaming
The 2020 holiday season is going to be monumental for gaming. Even with the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, nothing is going to stop the launch of the PlayStation 5 (PS5) and Xbox Series X (XSX). So, for the gamers in your life this holiday season, these are the top gifts to buy...
What Parents Need To Know About Mario Kart Live: Home Circuit
Mario Kart Live: Home Circuit is a new augmented reality racing game from Velan Ventures. It combines physical cars with a virtual race and extends the kind of fun we’ve had with products like Anki Overdrive and Hot Wheels id with highly competitive kart racing. You need a Nintendo Switch to play
How Technologies Changed Our Lives And Online Entertainment In 2020
This year has been something else. Over the past eight months, the entire world has been turned upside down and forced to adapt. There is a tradition to discuss new tech trends at the end of every year, but this time, the impact of technology is not abstract. Sure, AI, the Internet of Things, and Bl
Esports league starts strong on ambitious global schedule
They stood, they cheered, they booed and they boozed. Turns out, esports fans in New York aren’t much different from their traditional sports counterparts.Packing a nearly 2,000-seat venue across the street from Madison Square Garden, those supporters validated the theory behind the Overwatch League
How should I learn to play chess?
Book relating to chess and possibly practicing chess playing on computers will help you.
If You Love Retro RPGs, One Step From Eden Is The Indie Game For You
Over the past few months – a time inevitably defined by the infamous coronavirus pandemic – we have all looked to video games for solace. Some of us non-gamers have tried out games for the first time, while other avid gamers have searched high and low for new gaming experiences to provide endless en
VR Fitness is exercise without effort, according to science
Last night I flew on a winged horse in a magical land, piloted a helicopter through a peril-filled river canyon, road a horse in an old West stampede, and blasted tanks in a desert landscape. Oh, and I burned a few hundred calories too, all from a stationary bike in my bedroom. The best part? I bare
Best horror games to play on Halloween
Halloween in 2020 will be different thanks to the coronavirus, but there are some excellent video games worth playing regardless of what the holiday looks like this year. While there is buzz of some cities canceling Halloween trick-or-treating, it’s safe to say large indoor gatherings at haunted hou
How does DNS affect the quality of your Gameplay?
I hope this is not too sensitive a topic and, if it is preferred to be moved to a more mainline forum, that's fine, but the purpose of the thread is to focus specifically on online gaming using the ATT Internet product, which is why I'm opening it here. Provisions exist to allow the use of a perso
The Impossible Choices of “Life Is Strange 2”
There are plenty of choice-based video games out there, but few dig into the subtleties of everyday human drama like the “Life Is Strange” games. So far there have been three, developed by French studio Dontnod Entertainment and published by Square Enix, all set in the moody environs of the
5 Games That Approached Alcohol Differently
Drinking in video games tends to be a task without any real consequence. Getting drunk is part of a story or a fun mini-game – the worst that can happen is a night in jail while you sober up. Some games even use alcohol as a buff, generally to increase some (or all) of your skills while making the s