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Posted on Apr 1 2017 - 1:30pm by TekGuru
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Witcher 3 has undoubtedly in my opinion been one of the best Witcher games in the series. While I have yet still to beat all the side quests even to this day, the main story line is nothing short of amazing and of course the graphics are to die for. Now this game has sold about 25 million copies worldwide, and will probably continue to sell especially with steam sales. Now as well all know CD Project Red is known for taking their time on making games, as well as they should; but up until recently there has been no talk of a Witcher 4. That...

Thanks to Facebook, gamers can play everywhere now – even while waiting for someone to text back. Today, Messenger became a complete mobile gaming platform featuring classic popular games such as Pac-Man, Galaga, Space Invaders, Words With Friends and others. Instant Games launches today in 30 countries including the U.S., with games from classic developers like Bandai Namco, Konami, and Taito as well as new studios like Zynga and King. Facebook Instant Games is a new HTML5 gaming platform that lets Facebook users play games on...

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); For all gamers out there, Black Friday and Cyber Monday are the best days of the year. If you are already planning your presents for this year’s holiday season, you better keep these great Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals on your radar. This year, the biggest shopping day with crazy discounts falls on 25 November, following by Cyber Monday on 28 November – and it is the perfect opportunity to stock up on discounted gaming gifts, like consoles,...

For anyone who has been desperately looking for the good old days when Call of Duty was a WWII game and was actually good, the upcoming game called Battalion 1944 may just be about the closest thing. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); While Battalion 1944 is not a Call of Duty game, it was inspired by classic COD. Developed by Bulkhead, it is a game which wouldn’t usually pick up this kind of traction, except that there is a big gap in the market right now with a lot of gamers starving for this kind...

Posted on Nov 6 2016 - 3:51am by TekGuru
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It is no surprise that linux is getting more and more popular. So there should be no surprise that there are some big name FPS that have a linux version released.  As linux continues to grow, more games will hopefully follow giving users more options more for more gaming OS. 1. Counter-Strike: Global Offensive This multiplayer first-person shooter was developed by Hidden Path and Valve Corporation and it was released in 21 August, 2012 but only was available for Linux users in September 2014 for Linux users. It...

Posted on Nov 1 2016 - 11:43pm by TekGuru
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During the PlayStation Meeting in New York City this year, Sony officially revealed the “PlayStation 4 Pro”, a notable upgrade from the original PlayStation 4. The PS4 Pro boasts enhanced image processing as well as support for 4K image resolution, giving console gamers an even bigger incentive to upgrade to this system. Playing PS4 games on 4K-supported TVs will result in pure eye-gasms for players who care about a game’s frame rate and visual appeal. 4K video playback can also be used to stream videos and upgraded...

Hi, All! It’s Marcus here with a trailer analysis of the latest entry in the Red Dead Redemption series. Today I will be looking at content from the latest trailer, to see where or not we can find out any information or content we can expect once the game is released. Now it has been 6 years since Red Dead Redemption was first brought out on ps3 and xbox360. At...

Rockstar Games have finally, officially announced a sequel to Red Dead Redemption, and will launch for the PlayStation 4 and X Bone One in Fall 2017. Players who had their fingers crossed for a PC release might be sorely disappointed. The sequel has been teased to be “an epic tale of life in America’s unforgiving heartland” and that the game will “also provide the foundation of a brand new online multiplayer experience.” The trailer posted shows us the truly beautiful environment and scenery which Rockstar...

It’s been a few months since CD Projekt Red revealed the second major DLC for The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt after “Hearts of Stone” called “Blood and Wine”. And now, as to reward fans for their patience, the developer has published some gorgeous screenshots of the previously-unseen land of Touissant, which seems like a great, peaceful place: nice weather, good wine, beautiful ladies, fancy architecture, and utterly untouched by the scourge of war. Pretty nice, isn’t it? The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt was one...

It’s been only two weeks since Job Simulator, a game which despite its truly unappealing title is actually great, was released and it already gets a price drop. The reason for it is quite uncommon and it’s definitely not because the game is not popular among users. On the contrary, a VR recreation of various modern jobs in a robot-run future, can be one of the most intriguing VR experiences available on the market right now. So why Job Simulator Studio made the recent announcement of a permanent 25 percent price drop? They...