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5 Games That You Should Try With VR Headset If You Like To Play Games

Virtual reality has just begun to spread its wings and has shown real promise with the headsets like the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive. It is an immersive device that makes its user feel like they are in a

Virtual reality has just begun to spread its wings and has shown real promise with the headsets like the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive. It is an immersive device that makes its user feel like they are in a reality-like virtual world. Even though it is still in its nascent stage, virtual reality has shown that it is a wonderful medium to play games 1) Assassin's Creed :This is one of the leading titles from Ubisoft and people have been fascinated by it since its very first instalment. Immersive historical cities from the past have been called better teachers of history than books. And meeting historical characters from the past would be an awesome experience up close and personal.2) Counter Strike :Counter Strike has been the most popular online team multiplayer game for a while now. This g...

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Good News for Game Lovers : Nvidia launches a new 4K-enabled Android gaming console

At the Game Developers Conference 2015, Nvidia has revealed the Shield Console. The device joins the company's growing Shield lineup which consists of a gaming tablet .

At the Game Developers Conference 2015, Nvidia has revealed the Shield Console. The device joins the company's growing Shield lineup which consists of a gaming tablet based off their Tegra K1 processor and a handheld device. Centered around the Shield Console, Nvidia has announced an entire ecosystem that brings PC Gaming, watching content all into one big living room entertainment solution. The Shield console is powered by the 8-core, 64-bit Tegra X1 chip, with a GPU of 256 Maxwell cores which as per the company, pulls the gaming power up to almost desktop class computers. There's 3GB of RAM, 16 GB of Storage, that can be expanded by MicroSD. There are also USB 3.0 ports at the back to connect external storage devices. The device also has a gigabit Ethernet port, Bluetooth 4.1, ...

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Grand Theft Auto 5 review: Greatest cinematic remaster ever

Everyone who likes to play game must know the name of Grand Theft Auto. I believe you must play once this game in your past. So for you this game released its 5th series. Let's see its review

It is never easy to create a remaster or in other words remake a game. At one end you have to persuade first-time players into believing that the new game is really awesome; it's alright if they missed the original, thankfully destiny has given them another chance in you. At the same time you have to persuade players who have already played and mastered the original into believing the game is actually worth another shot.So, it is great to see that the Grand Theft Auto 5 gets it right on both counts.What is it that makes Grand Theft Auto 5 remaster tick all the right boxes with aplomb? It's the title's originality and the fact that it stays true to its heart and soul that has made the franchise such a huge hit among fans and critics alike. At the same time, it manages to...

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Alien Isolation game review : Scary gameplay, Cool VHS like interfaces, True to the original movie

Alien Isolation game review : Scary gameplay, Cool VHS like interfaces, True to the original movie

The first Alien movie, which came out in 1979, filled audiences with wonder and terror, mostly terror. With it's tagline "In space no one can hear you scream," it set the stage for director Ridley Scott's fantastic set pieces and characters that sent ripples through time, even today. While there have been really good Alien games, the last one — Colonial Marines — left a very bad taste in the mouth. Now, the franchise has gone back to basics and back to its roots for Alien: Isolation.StoryRemember Ellen Ripley played by Sigourney Weaver in the original Alien movie? Well, now you play Isolation as her daughter Amanda. It's been roughly 15 years after the events aboard the ill-fated Nostromo, Amanda is approached by a Weyland-Yutani synthetic with information about the Nostromo's data rec...

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FIFA 2015 review: For next generation consoles

FIFA 2015 review: For next generation consoles

Since the days of 8-bit soccer right up to the fancy graphics of today's consoles, soccer games have just focused on players kicking a ball over a grassy green pitch. Sure, the games have introduced weather systems, realistic physics, stadiums, updated rosters etc. There's never been a game that truly captures and recreates the emotion of the sport, the moments that drive goosebumps right up and down your spine. Up until FIFA 2015. A true evolution of the sports game and using all that next generation computational power to drive experiences.Emotion and RealismYou've seen this a thousand times as the games are aired on the telly, in dozens of sports movies or even sitting down in the stands at a soccer game. The crowd going wild when the a player gets the ball. The elation of not only the ...

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The Evil Within Game Review : Excellent horror pacing, Superb survival action, Challenging

The Evil Within Game Review : Excellent horror pacing, Superb survival action, Challenging

You cannot use the words 'survival horror' without the Resident Evil series popping to mind. Created by the legendary Shinji Mikami, the Resident Evil series rose to fame and spawned a legion of games like Silent Hill and The Last of Us that had you scrounging and fighting to survive against all odds. Now from the mind of the master of the survival horror genre comes a new game, after a string of bad Resident Evil games. The question is: Does Shinji Mikami san still have the magic to make The Evil Within work?StoryAn investigation into a brutal mass murder at a mental hospital turns into a full fledged nightmare for Detective Sebastian Castellanos and his posse. As a mysterious and massive evil force is unleashed upon the city, forcing tectonic plates to move and bringing up all manner of ...

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Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor game review

Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor game review

A simple story that started with a father who wanted to write a bedtime story for his son rose up to become one of the most important books of the century. The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit have ignited the imaginations of thousands of minds, and if you have not read the books by JRR Tolkien, then the Peter Jackson movies are always playing on cable every other day.Despite such a rich world of magic and beauty, it's never been able to jump the great divide into a world of video games, especially when games like Skyrim are doing so well. Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor will change all of that.The story and worldSet loosely in the time between The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings, Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor tells the story of a ranger by the name of Talion who, along with his family, i...

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Destiny review: with Beautiful visuals, Addictive gameplay, Superb loot and weapons

Destiny review: with Beautiful visuals, Addictive gameplay, Superb loot and weapons

Meet Destiny, a game that reportedly cost Activision $500 million to make, thus ranking it as the world's most expensive game ever. Just to give you some scope, sci-fi extravaganza Guardians of the Galaxy was made at a budget of $170 million and the original Star Wars was at $11 million. However, what we've seen from Destiny during it's development cycle has been brilliant, especially if you consider that Bungie, the creators of Halo, are behind the game. Let's see if Destiny is worth all the money put in it.The story and worldThe arrival of a mysterious sphere only known as the Traveller has enabled mankind to reach the stars, and centuries later Earth is the last known bastion of human civilization. As mankind teeters over the edge of extinction as a dark alien race is muscling in on hum...

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Unrest Game Review : A game which educate people about History

Unrest Game Review : A game which educate people about History

History tends to chronicle the epic wars and fantastic feats of bravery. Many of the video games too tend to go down on that path. However, there are some daring independent and large game studios that have ventured into making games which show and educate people the other side of war. Unrest is one such game from a small indie developer, that allows you to experience what it was like living in ancient India. Bhimra is one of the mightiest and richest cities of ancient India. However, a severe drought brings the city down to its knees. The hunger and disease drives the residents of the city to the edge, and you get to experience it first hand from five viewpoints. A princess is forced to flee from her palace and hide in slums. A diplomat from the Nagas, a race of snake people, do...

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Xbox One vs PlayStation 4: Which one should you buy?

Xbox One vs PlayStation 4: Which one should you buy?

When console giants battle it out, you the gamer has to make the hard decisions. In just a few days the Xbox One will be launched in India, sold exclusively on Amazon India. The launch comes nine months after the Playstation 4 started selling here, giving Sony a headstart. Confused between the two options? We help you with that decision.SpecificationsThis time around, both consoles have similar technology under the hood. The PlayStation 4 has a 1.6GHz custom x86 8-core processor, very similar to the Xbox One's 8-core CPU at 1.75GHz; both use AMD's Jaguar architecture. What makes a big difference, as always, is the RAM. While both have 8GB RAM, the PlayStation 4 has faster GDDR5 RAM clocked at 5500MHz with a 256-bit memory bus. On the other hand, Xbox One has 8GB DDR3 RAM, like the one you ...

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