Hey, things are a little bit crazy right now in the news and general politics, especially in the UK (thank you, Dominic Cummings). Skip to the end for a list of some brand new releases. So please enjoy the latest games and tech news for this week!
As a result, more people can gamble and know that the government will protect them if some fraudulent issues arise. But there is more news from this market. It concerns the rising trends in the industry.
Anime seems to grow more and more year in and year out, garnering fans from all corners of the world. With popularity skyrocketing anime has started to affect different entertainment markets in big ways. We now have big budget big screen movie releases like Dragon Ball Super: Broly and My Hero Academia: Heroes Rising. Original Soundtracks for anime are gaining big followings from shows on Spotify, Apple Music and other streaming services and most importantly the most popular anime are getting video game adaptations which is perfect. When you think about all the fun power fantasy scenarios, they truly translate perfect into games (when done right).
In this day and age it's fair to say fresh ideas for video games are drying up. Developers are resorting to dishing up remasters and players are having to experience déjà vu for almost every stereotypical AAA-title. But then, there's that collective who're more ballsy than others. Well, I say ballsy – what I really mean to say is stupid. It's these specific teams I speak of who try to one up the next release by taking the risks no other would attempt.
Currently, there are so many different online games that you can play with either bots, random players, or acquaintances. It's great! But, isn't it better if you can play games that are free, with only people you invite, and no download or registration required?
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Video games got their start in 1958 with a prototype of Pong, and since then they’ve come a very long way. As technology improves throughout time, so do the video games, and it’s exciting to see what developers are capable of. Continue reading to learn about some of the best video games of all time, in no particular order.
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Before we dive in, just in case anyone reading these isn’t familiar with the games I’ve mentioned, I've included short-ish summaries of each game before I proceed to talk through the songs I’ve listed to hopefully give a bit of context.
I've also linked the songs through the titles so you can give them a listen on Spotify if you'd like.
Unfortunately we are now stuck in a time where we are being forced to stay in our own homes...but lucky for us gamers, we have been preparing for this our whole lives and the lockdown makes no difference in our lives what so ever. But what games are best to play when stuck inside and help the days be more fun-filled? Well here is a list of games I have played and found to be entertaining including a new game which is due to be released very soon.
I love gaming. I love getting lost in a beautiful, open world, free from the stress of every day reality.