When Insomniac studios revealed they were making a Spider-Man ps4 game I was excited but surprised. I was confident they would make a great game but them making a Spider-man game was something I would have never predicted. In hindsight, thinking about insomniac’s history makes Spider-Man seem like an extension on a lot of concepts they’ve used within their previous works. Specifically my favourite Insomniac series Ratchet & Clank.
I’ve had many discussions with people who ask me why I am still playing retro games when there are newer games that are visually better on the market. Why am I still interested in playing old arcade classics such as Donkey Kong or Mr. Do. Why have I spent a lot of time tracking down games I used to play on systems such as the Atari St, Spectrum, and Amiga when I can just buy a PS4 and play these amazing games with fancy graphics and effects. What have older games and systems got that the latest consoles haven’t?
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Your mail says congratulations! You have won a sweepstake! Does it sound too good to be true? Well, you can realize your dream of winning a sweepstake by being rational and following these simple tips.
Slots machines are random, whether it is a casino-based or online. It is all about understanding the algorithm of the slots, and this is where most of the players get confused. Slots are a game of numbers and probability. The machines are truly random and use a random number generator. The online slots use RNG (Random Number Generator), which means the results are produced based on the random mathematical algorithms. The RNG technology has been ruling the casinos and online slots for ages.
In the year 2020, Interesting takes on the battle royale genre are far and few between. From the meteoric rise of Player Unknowns' Battlegrounds (PUBG) to the monopolizing sensation of Fortnite, many gamers are either hungry for something different or done with battle royale all together. Facing the global pandemic of Covid-19, we have seen the Video games industry thrive with an influx of people trying to escape their lockdown boredom.
Ever since the release of the ‘Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone’ (Philosopher’s Stone if you’re not from North America) video game for Gameboy and PlayStation in 2001, fans of JK Rowling’s ubiquitous Harry Potter series have been clamoring for the chance to truly feel like they’re in the wizarding world. What we’ve gotten instead has been a string of mediocre to awful film adaptation games with janky combat mechanisms and little to no options for exploration. One notable exception was the 2003 game ‘Harry Potter: Quidditch World Cup’, which was essentially magical FIFA. While it was undoubtedly a fun game, it captured but a fraction of the complex imaginativeness that is the hallmark of Rowling’s universe, and struggled with the same lack of exploration as other games.
As of about a month ago, I can officially say I finished The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. Except for some undiscovered places in Skellige, I’ve seen basically everything. At least, I’ve done all the quests available in each location. Okay, so I haven’t been everywhere, but I 100% completed the DLC, and I’ve done basically every quest in the main game, not including the Gwent quests and some horse races.