The days when parents and partners across the world would tell their gaming loved ones to get off their screens and do something actually productive and healthy — like playing football outside, fixing the garage door, or getting a “real job” — are well and truly over. Competitive gaming isn’t just a real sport, but also one that can be played professionally. Just ask Jaden Ashman (Wolfiez), who walked away with $1 million after winning second place in the first Fortnite World Cup
With the Sony PS5 and Xbox Series X finally out on the market, it makes sense that people will spend hours if not days getting their game on. As sturdy as these consoles are made to be, it is inevitable that at least a few will land in the repair shop over the next year. This can be due to excessive gameplay, accidental drops, or even hardware that has malfunctioned due to no fault of the user at all.
With the Xbox Series X’s November 10th release date only a few weeks away, gamers worldwide are frothing for their first look at this revolutionary new platform. With processing speeds, graphics, and gameplay approaching PC-quality, we’re all expecting a decent package from Microsoft this winter.
Microsoft has certainly been less cryptic with releasing details on the Series X than Sony’s strategy with the PS5. In this review, we’ll unpack the specs and features of the new offering from Xbox.
Gamers worldwide watched with bated breath as Sony unveiled its design for the PlayStation 5 in June. Sony took the market by surprise, offering two versions of the coming console. The standard and digital versions look impressive, and we’re excited to get our hands on one of the first models.
With Xbox Series X launching around the same time, we can expect another heated console war between Microsoft and Sony this Christmas. In this post, we’ll unpack the specs and features surrounding the highly anticipated launch of the PS5.
With Xmas coming up, gamers worldwide have something to look forward to this festive season. Both Microsoft and Sony intend to launch its next-gen console in the second week of November. Microsoft’s Xbox Series X hits stores on November 10th, with Sony’s PS5 following on the 12th.
It’s the first time the two companies are launching products in the same week, and we can expect this round of the console wars to be the decider between the two gaming giants. Both consoles plan to enter the market with a $500 price tag. With similar price points and release dates, we’re going to get a look at how the market responds to each brand.
According to scientific research video games are considered a sport, and we all know that sports are good for your health. It may be hard to mesh video games as a positive activity after “experts” claiming too much screen time is harmful.
While we can all agree that a healthy mix of time outside and time on the screen are needed, playing video games is actually must better for the brain and your overall than you have been told. Let’s dive more into this to find out exactly how this is true, and which types of games are most beneficial.
After a quiet few winter months, the summer of gaming is well and truly here. We just had a bunch of exciting new launches (including the MASSIVE Last of Us 2) not to mention tons of exciting news for the PS5. While Hollywood and even the comic book industry have been brought to their knees by Covid-19, the video game release schedule has been relatively less affected. In short? There’s a LOT to look forward to. Read on for our top picks of the best games to look out for in July/August 2020 for all platforms.
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We’ve had a quiet few months over the winter and spring periods, but now June is here and it’s officially summer! That means we can expect to start seeing the years’ blockbuster titles, which is precisely what’s happening with new releases such as The Last of Us Part 2 and Disintegration landing after months of hype and speculation.
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