In today's society it's safe to say that the gaming industry has boomed better than ever. Not to mention it has become extremely marketable to the point where it can provide potential careers. One reason in particular why is because graphics have become more of a priority than anything else. If you're not convinced check out literally any game that's being released and you'll see that the overall consumers prefer a game with "Good" or "Realistic" graphics, not to mention developers spend more time on it. Although this is the case there are other factors of a good game, one would be Sribblenauts (2009) by 5th Cell.
Ok gamers, it's the start of a new generation of consoles. The new XBOX and PS5 will be here very soon and it's time to think about upgrades people, upgrades. Here, I'll talk about the PS5 and whether you should just change over to PC.
I first started playing Fortnite around December during their first-ever season. I only remember this because the balloon on the battle bus was its usual red for the festive holiday.
The lapping sounds of sea water against the side of the small rowboat are echoing against the damp, moss lined bricks of the bridge you are passing under quietly. The sun is setting fast on the horizon to ready the night for your actions. In the distance you can see the high mounted city of Dunwall and its twinkling lights powered by the whale oil fuels that are being harvested on a daily basis. A whaler ship is passing into the docks just ahead of you with its latest capture mounted and hung above the rear of the ship. If you listen carefully you can hear its kin in the sea around you singing and mourning for the loss.
Here in this story I will explain how I fell for this online betting game and its so easy for you to believe in this scheme too but please don't as you will regret it later.
The first sims game I ever played was The Sims 2. I'll admit I've never played The Sims , but I've grown up with The Sims 2 to 4.
Well, Potter fans, what do you think? Is it finally going to happen? Are we going to get the wizarding video game that we’ve been dreaming of for so many years? A truly immersive experience in which we get to not only observe Harry’s years at Hogwarts (like in the original book-compliant games and the admittedly very funny Lego versions) but to become students ourselves and, perhaps, even change the wizarding world?
I enjoyed Borderlands 3 very much and I hope we get a Borderlands 4. I also enjoyed the last 3 DLC’s to Borderlands 3. I will admit I liked this DLC and I never played as Psycho Krieg in Borderlands 3 but this DLC was fun. My main problem, being a noob, is some of the bosses were too hard and the final boss was a bit much. With the final boss, even Moze’s Iron Bear barely takes any of his health and the fight is in 2 phases. I would not have a complaint about this boss fight if it has save points so if you die in the second phase, then you must restart the second phase. That’s not what happens. After fighting the boss for roughly 15 minutes or more and then get into the second phase which is basically a shot and your dead battle you get to start all over if you die. I ended the game at that point but the DLC is still worth playing.
Marvel's Avengers was maybe my most anticipated game of 2020. I grew up reading the comics, still collect them today, even, and I like most of the movies. The recent Spider-Man game on the PS4 is probably my favorite superhero game of all time, and Ultimate Alliance 3 was an absolute joy. It should be no surprise that I'd be excited for Crystal Dynamics' new title, a multiplayer action game where I can play as two of my favorite heroes(Thor and Ms Marvel) on launch, with two more following as free DLC(Hawkeye and Spider-Man). I could not wait to see what this new imagining of the Marvel Universe might bring: an Ultron story, maybe? Or, since the Inhumans are involved, the Kree? And then it actually released, and it turns out, it's a pretty terrible game.
Before I even played Dark Souls or Bloodborne, I would hear that real gamers can beat these games and noobs like me had no chance. This type of rhetoric made me want to give Dark Souls a try. It was the first in the entry and I expected it to hand me my ass. I watched Fightincowboy’s YouTube channel and never really encountered too much difficulty. I then went on to play Bloodborne, hearing that is was very tough and I beat it in roughly 4 months. I did not rush through it and only 2 bosses gave me a major challenge: Father Gas Can (that is my name for him and you guys who played the game know who I am talking about) and that Wet Nurse. I then played and beat Dark Souls II and am currently on Dark Souls III which in my opinion is a bit tougher than all of them. Please note, I have not played Demon Souls.
Gaming in 2020 is constantly evolving due to the abundance of players all around the world.