Video Games

Azhy Robertson from Invasion talks video games, alien apocalypses and Luke Malik

It’s easy to imagine yourself battling a virus outbreak or a deadly natural disaster, as both have roots steeped in familiarity. What about an alien invasion? It is not too far-fetched an idea. Many can easily accept that there is life beyond Earth. That being said, the creators of alien-related projects have endless creative freedom when it comes to storytelling ...

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The Lord of the Rings: What games would the Fellowship play in 2021?

Frodo Baggins (Elijah Wood) in The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring (2001). New Line Cinema December 2021 marks the 20th anniversary of Peter Jackson’s iconic film, The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring. Does it make us feel incredibly old? Yes. Do we still watch the trilogy once a month? Yes. Are we ...

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Code Ninjas debuts at Nona Lake and will teach kids to code in a cool new way

LAKE NONA, Florida, November 29, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Ninja Code, one of the fastest growing children’s coding franchises, is opening its new location at 10743 Narcoossee Rd. at 29 november. Code Ninjas will serve the region by offering computer coding lessons for children. The lessons will allow children to solve problems as they create video games and collaborate ...

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Every horror video game movie franchise, ranked from worst to best

The recently released resident Evil to restart, Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City, prove video game horror movie adaptations are capable of making a lasting impact, and here’s how they all rank from worst to best. Horror video games often make the best cinematic adaptations, considering how the genre’s inherent tension and visceral visual violence translates to the big screen. ...

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From Halo to Halo: Infinite. How video games have changed

The recent release of Halo: Infinite is a stark reminder of what video games were and where they were. Halo: Infinite is the final sequel to the Halo video game trilogy, following the story of Master Chief. The campaign mode is remarkably straightforward and tells an easy-to-understand story compared to other iterations of the Halo franchise. The game is free ...

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Epic Games, the metaverse and consolidation of the gaming industry

It’s 2030 and I’m having dinner while my kids (adults who can’t move because of soaring inflation) are sitting across from me, dabbing and wearing a virtual reality headset that gives them G-Fuel at the same time. spoon. I scroll Twitter on my EyePhone, eye implants that make the internet into augmented reality, and watch my video game feed, which ...

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Street Fighter’s Ryu, Chun-Li, and Akuma join Ubisoft’s Brawlhalla

Street Fighter veterans Ryu and Chun-Li, relatively recent cameos in Fortnite and two Power Rangers fighting games, come from Ubisoft on the Super Smash Bros. formula, the free platform fighter Brawlhalla. Akuma comes to Brawlhalla as a playable fighter too, but the real news comes from the massive “Ryu Number” reduction of dozens of video game characters and painter Bob ...

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Learn how to develop games using the Unreal game engine, just $ 35

The video game industry is worth over $ 300 billion worldwide. And this huge number is expected to continue to increase each year. Take-out? If you want a career with a lot of benefits, then game development is where it is. And there’s no better way for newbies to learn than with the 2022 Ultimate Learn Unreal Game Development Pack, ...

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Soulstorm Enhanced Edition – Puregaming Video Games – CVBJ

Microides and Inhabitants of the strange world announced that the winner of the NYX 2021 Award for Best Animation and Best Storytelling for a PS5 Game, Oddworld: Soulstorm Enhanced Edition will be launched on November 30, 2021. It will be available in Xbox Series XIS, Xbox One, PlayStation®5, PlayStation®4 and Epic Games Store. Oddworld: Soulstorm Enhanced Edition includes significantly improved ...

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Video games designed and developed by ACU students published on a large gaming platform | KTAB

ABILENE, Texas (KTAB / KRBC) – Digital entertainment and design students at Christian University of Abilene (ACU) develop video games as soon as they arrive on campus. Now their games are published on Steam, one of the largest online gaming platforms in the world, for the public to play and review. ACU sophomore Jared Wright said his first gaming experience ...

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