Showcasing a selection of our favorite entertaining, action-packed and affordable PC video games and accessories.
My Second Life
As I cut fabric for a customer, I wonder how I got here. Living in Arizona, in a one bedroom apartment alone and barely surviving, I fold the fabric in neat piles as I cut lengths of different ones with colorful patterns for the customer who was going to use them to make a quilt for her grandson. I tuck my shoulder length wavy brown hair behind my ear to keep it out my brown eyes and bite my lower lip as I think about my so-called life.
Why Buy an Xbox One in 2018?
I recently upgraded my graphics card in my PC. I figured it needed an update from the trusty GTX 750 Ti I'd been using for years. So now, I'm officially a member of current gen graphics, even if it's the lowest end of modern graphics with the 1050 Ti. As I was playing Killer Instinct, an absolutely fantastic fighting game which was originally an Xbox One exclusive, it suddenly dawned on me that there wasn't really a reason to play the Xbox One that was nestled away in my brother's bedroom.
Game Review – 'Kingdom: Classic'
As part of my research for this review, I have been playing Kingdom non-stop for approximately two weeks. I’ve barely eaten, slept, or even thought of things that aren’t Kingdom during this time. My family are concerned that I’ve abandoned them and I’m concerned I may have developed a wasting disease, rickets and multiple RSIs. It was totally worth it.
The Death of 'Origin On the House'
Between the unveiling of The Sims 4's Seasons expansion, Battlefield V's closed alpha and some miscellaneous announcements about Unravel 2, Electronic Arts managed not to bring my attention to the fact that they ended the only service for which I followed them. The Origin platform's “On The House” game section has been ended permanently as EA rolls out updates to the Origin Access subscription system. Ironically, it seems to me the only reason to keep Origin installed now is to have access to the games EA previously gave away.
Dealing with Gamer Rage in 'League of Legends'
So, let's face it guys and gals. We all experience that intense, Hulk-like rage that just rises up from our gut! Now, I know there are times when you are online and are trying to have fun in a game of League, or any online MOBA (multiplayer online battle arena), or even just any online game in general, and your team is...not up to standards compared to you. Let us say that you are a top main. You're doing your best to keep up with CS and provide proper harassment to your enemy laner. Let's say that bot lane, cause out of all lanes bot tends to have some bad experiences compared to others, is feeding the enemy team. You are doing your best to handle your lane while trying to figure out what is happening. Then you get ganked by the enemy jungle, but it doesn't happen once. He/she comes over and over and over again with your jungler never coming up. It has gotten to the point where even the enemy mid laner has come to gank you and you haven't received any help at all.
How Operating Systems Have Evolved and What It Has Meant for Gaming
As internet use has grown over the past 20 years, so has gaming, with the industry predicted to be worth $143bn by 2020. This has driven demand for operating systems to be more game-friendly. Numerous advances, including the move towards VGA, have put PCs at the forefront of gaming. Windows dominates the market, but Linux and Macintosh aren’t far behind. The gaming industry is arriving at a new era of competition with technology like VR on the cusp of the mainstream.
Top 10 Indie Horror Games
A love for horror games has been expanding over the past few years. However, for those of us that prefer our laptops to play games on, we have a constant problem. Where can we find good games? Of course there are always the classics such as Slenderman and Five Nights At Freddies, but sometimes you want something new to play. But which newer games are the best to play? You want good graphics, a story line, and a game hopefully that actually interests you. Below is a list composed of excellent horror games and series that will peak your interest and help any gamer's dilemma of finding games. Some are playable online for free while others are free downloads that won't mess up your computer with viruses.
When Will GPU Prices Come Down?
With crypto mining at an all-time high, GPU (graphics cards) pricing and availability are at an all-time low. This is effect has been attributed to two major factors. The first is a worldwide shortage of memory, needed to manufacture GPUs. The second is due to scalpers and miners buying whatever available stock of GPUs they can find. These are then sold at a premium or used in the resource-intensive crypto mining process. Since this has been going on for the last eight to ten months or so, some may be wondering when the prices will ever go down.
Becoming Lady Iriza
You might ask, "Hey Iriza, how do you play?" My reply would be this: "Depends on the server." Overall, I'm as peaceful as a hive of honeybees, I don't go around looking for trouble, and for the most part I keep to myself. However, sometimes I am as easily angered as African Killer Bees, and you better be aware of messing with my base, my tribe, or my army. I hired these men to protect me, but I also protect them as well. Here are some of my personal gaming policies on how I play, and how I feel I became successful.
If You Like 'Agar.io', Try 'Lordz.io'
So the first on my travel through some of my favorite Agario style games is Lordz.io. If you are interested in playing Lordz.io, just stop by the webstite http://iogames.space/ where all my .IO collection will go.
'Subnautica' Game Review
Released: January 23rd 2018 (Version 1.0) Developer: Unknown Worlds Entertainment Publisher: Unknown Worlds Entertainment
The Trouble of Being an Introverted Gamer
Growing up in a family of 12, you get a sense of community. We were all friends, we all played and laughed with each other, but my favorite times were when my brother's friends came over to play our Nintendo 64. It was the newest, coolest console at the time, and one of my brother's friends would sometimes bring his own copy of Super Smash Bros. That was my absolute favorite game. I dreamed for the weekends when I would get to watch my brother and his teenage friends brawl it out on our twenty inch TV as some of the coolest characters I've ever seen. "When I grow up, I'm gonna have friends just like this," I would tell myself.