Reviews of new gaming technologies, consoles and newly released games.
Peaceful Gaming - Why so many choose serenity over stress when it comes to video games
Imagine this… After a long day at work, school, or even both, you've returned home, and now it's time to unwind and relax. You grab a warm drink and pick up your Switch to load up Zelda: BOTW as you get comfortable in a beanbag. This is very relatable and the spark for this article was the release of "Bear and Breakfast" on the 28th of July, 2022 and two days in it's all over Youtube and Instagram (keep in mind I don't follow many gaming channels). Currently, it's hard to find stats on downloads and users as the game has just been released but with 90% of 205 current reviews being positive/very positive on Steam, it can only mean good things. It got me thinking about the explosion of cute and cozy games that have been popping up all over the place.
Returnal: Game Review
!!!!! SPOILERS AHEAD !!!!! It was voted game of the year for a reason and now that I am a couple days out from beating the main storyline, I’m left with even more questions than I had when I started playing. I admit I’m not angry about that because the questions swirling around my brain are more existential and reality bending than I had ever anticipated and they’ve left me questioning my own choices and patterns, or rather cycles that I find myself repeating unconsciously. So without further ado, here’s a personal analysis of Returnal.
6 Games That Are On My Wish List
We are currently in June, which means that we are half way through the year and already we have seen the release of many great games! But what about those that are due to be released later this year and early next year?
The First NFT Thrive and Earn Game
The first flourish and earn NFT game is Hero Trainer. In an RPG game, players are rewarded for improving their physical, mental, and emotional health! To power up their characters and explore the dynamic universe, players count their walks, gym check-ins, meditation, gamified conversation, logic puzzles, and sleep.
Modern Warfare II - Dark Water Gameplay Impressions
Irrespective of what the final product ends up being, one thing Call of Duty always tends to nail are its pre-release trailers. After a gung-ho reveal trailer scored by a J Balvin cover of Metallica's Wherever I May Roam (a sentence I never thought I would type), the following gameplay trailer showed us the mission titled "Dark Water", a moodier, quieter affair. However, veteran Call of Duty players will recognise the structure of it.
PUBG to Apex Legends: All You Need To Know Before Shifting
Finally, after a long wait, Apex Legends is released for Android. It can be downloaded from the Google Play store free of cost. For those planning to shift from PUBG to Apex Legends, here are a few notes that may help you be the champion in the game.
Basic Tips for Surviving 'Evil Dead the Game'
It’s been a few days since Saber Interactive launched Evil Dead the Game, and some players may still find it hard to find their footing as a survivor. Ash and company can be formidable opponents to the Kandarian threat. Still, it does take some basic survival skills to not get slain within the first few legs of the match.
The Gaming Hour News Roundup Vol 10
Just because we’re slowly approaching the long days and peaceful mornings of summer doesn’t mean we can’t still enjoy a little horror. Actually, we can enjoy a lot of it thanks to the indie and AAA developers hard at work on the latest interactive digital frights.
The Gaming Hour News Roundup Vol 9
We’ve hit the halfway to Halloween mark, which means here at The Haunted Pixel Society, the gears are churning on how to amplify our content and deliver nonstop Halloween entertainment in six months!
The Gaming Hour News Roundup Vol 8
Another week gone, another round of horror news to dive into. In this edition of Gaming Hour, we celebrate a long-standing member of the community, prepare for some supernatural VR mischief, welcome two titans to a popular series, and square off against a familiar extraterrestrial threat with new content.
This was not a game that came out of Nowhere. This is not a game that had the cards stacked against it. Instead, this is an amalgamation of consistently great stories, respectful gameplay, and the notion that a game doesn’t have to hold your hand to give you what you want.
The Gaming Hour News Roundup Vol 7
The horror community may not receive ample amounts of news each week, but there’s always just enough to leave some fans overwhelmed and feeling like they’re missing out. The Gaming Hour hopes to provide those readers with a resource they can refer to once a week for the horror gaming news they may have missed out on.