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“Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild”, a Beautiful Creation

"Legend of Zelda : Breath of the Wild" screenshot in-game

“The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild” is something else, especially when you compare this latest title with the previous installments of the series. It begins in a very mysterious manner and it ends on a challenging note. Critics have said that it represents both the old and the new vision of the Zelda series. And it does so brilliantly. ...

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Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor Sequel Leaked

Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor promo image

Thanks to Target’s website, which accidentally leaked the box art through an online product listing, we now know for sure that the sequel to the successful game “Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor” (2014) will be called “Middle-Earth: Shadow of War”. Moreover, Monolith Productions might release the new video game this summer. So, players might have it in their hands sooner than ...

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Resident Evil 7 DLC to Star Chris Redfield

Image of a door from Resident Evil 7

Those players who like the seventh installment of the Resident Evil franchise will be able to enjoy it more. They will take control of a very familiar face thanks to a new episode called “Not A Hero”. Its main protagonist is going to be Chris Redfield, one of the original playable characters from the very first resident Evil game. The ...

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Horizon Zero Dawn Might Become a Classic

Horizon Zero Dawn screenshot

Sony’s Horizon Zero Dawn is already considered one of the best games recently released. Some are even deeming it to be the next Uncharted. As weird as it may sound, it could happen. Specialists are already saying that by the end of the year, the game could level or even surpass the sales of Uncharted 4 for the PlayStation 4. ...

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Square Enix Announces New Studio and RPG Project

Project Prelude Rune concept art from Square Enix

Square Enix, the famous Japanese RPG specialist, just announced a new RPG project and a new studio which is going to make it. The name of the new game is currently “Project Prelude Rune” and its developer will be Tokyo-based Studio Istolia. The name reportedly comes from the Greek word for “story” and according to Square Enix, represents the very ...

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Horizon Zero Dawn: Profound and Engaging

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Horizon Zero Dawn comes from the same studio that has offered us the very famous and popular video game franchise Killzone. However, for a long period of time, they have not done anything outside their comfort zone. Until now. The game is a mystery form the get go. It possesses a story which begs to be unveiled. It also has ...

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Destiny 2 Coming This Year After All

Destiny screenshot in game

According to some information from an anonymous person on Reddit, the much-anticipated sequel of the very popular game Destiny will run on an entirely new engine. It will come out on PC as well as on the current generation of gaming consoles. Bungie’s next installment is supposed to come out this year, according to earlier reports. However, fans have begun ...

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Valve to Make Three Full Virtual Reality Games and No Half-Life 3

Valve lobby

Valve, the developer behind massive video game hits like Portal, Half-Life and Team Fortress announced that they are working on not one, but three completely virtual reality based video games. The founder and CEO of the company, Gabe Newell, reportedly confirmed the news. He also said that those three projects are not demos or prototypes for the virtual reality technology, ...

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Resident Evil 7 and its Connection with the Other Titles

Resident Evil 7 title card, dark and creepy

Fans of the well-established survival horror video game Resident Evil were taken by surprise when Capcom announced that they would take the story into a different direction. More precisely, they were going to leave out all the iconic characters and choose a new name and face, Ethan Winters. Moreover, they replaced the third person perspective with the first person one. ...

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