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1 May 2023 @ 12:27 am
Tears of the Kingdom isn’t the only big new game to drop in May… Not having anything to play is a good problem to have this month.
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28 April 2023 @ 2:29 am
The latest 2023 Game of the Year contender has dropped! Star Wars Jedi: Survivor is out now and here’s everything you need to know.
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18 April 2023 @ 1:16 am
From multiplayer to mobs, here's everything you need to know about Minecraft Legends-- the latest spin-off from the legendary franchise.
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1 April 2023 @ 4:49 am
April 2023 is full of exciting new releases now available (and on sale) in the CDKeys store. We’ve narrowed down the top 5 for you right here.
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28 March 2023 @ 4:57 am
The Last of Us is a PlayStation exclusive no longer! Before you jump in, you should find out if your PC can run it… and a few other details.
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24 March 2023 @ 3:50 am
Should you play Resident Evil 1, 2, and 3 first? This handy guide has the answer and a few others you need to know before you buy.
The post Before You Buy Resident Evil 4 Remake | 5 Things to Know appeared first on CDKeys Blog.
1 March 2023 @ 2:13 am
Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty is just one of the 5 amazing new games dropping in March... And not even the one we're most hyped about.
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28 February 2023 @ 2:06 am
Do you need to play The Last of Us Part 1 before watching the show? No.. but you should, and here are 5 reasons why.
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22 February 2023 @ 5:14 am
Not sure if Atomic Heart is worth your time? Here are 5 things you should know before you pick up one of the biggest FPS games this year.
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10 February 2023 @ 5:52 am
Should you buy Hogwarts Legacy now, or save your cash? This handy guide should help answer that question for you with 5 simple facts.
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26 May 2023 @ 11:48 pm
Nacon is trying to step up their game and be known not just as a controller and accessories manufacturer, but also a serious publisher. Their biggest title, based on The Lord of the Rings franchise, just hit the market, and just as its main character, Gollum, suffers from an astounding number of issues. Somewhere under the hood there is a game, but you might not have the patience to find it.
The concept of Gollum is intriguing and worthy of attention, as it brings us the story of the most wretched creature created by J.R.R. Tolkien, Gollum. The developer itself, Daedalic Entertainment, also has quite a “clean” track record, being especially popular among adventure game fans, but also developing different types of games, like Styx or Barotrauma. So how did things end up so bad?
The answer is probably worth a lengthy study and a whitepaper for the ages about how to squander a valuable license and release an unplayable game. In all fairness, we have to mention this fr...
26 May 2023 @ 11:12 pm
Boltgun is a thoroughbred old school shooter that awakens long lost memories about the golden era of FPS. Similar to Doom or Quake, the newest Warhammer 40k title attracts its audience with rivers of blood and continents of gore. But is it enough to create a truly memorable experience amidst the oceans of Warhammer titles flooding our screens?
For a while now you cannot throw a stone without hitting a game licensed from the universe created by Games Workshop. Many of them have been mediocre at best, but the fans also managed to find some games like Warhammer Online: Age of Reckoning or Total War: Warhammer. The newest production landing on our gaming systems stands out due to the pixelated violence and adrenaline pumping rhythm that is synonymous with the ‘90s when the FPS conquered the gaming world.
Boltgun is very close in spirit to the great ones that paved the way for the success of this genre. We have a story that is merely an excuse for the pixelated bloodsh...
26 May 2023 @ 1:54 pm
Brandenburg is the pride of the German fleet, the only battleship built since we refused to abide by the disarmament treaties. The country has quite a few destroyers in the construction pipeline, alongside two very capable heavy cruisers. A few more raider-focused ships are also being prepared, although they don’t always get full funding.
But there aren’t funds for another battleship at the moment and I think it would be better to wait for a few tech breakthroughs before doing the hard work of designing another. Bigger guns would be a great or maybe an innovation when it comes to armor belts. So Germany is funding its scientist and waiting, laying down more escorts than big hitters.
Until, suddenly, a dispute with France escalates quickly, which is good because it leads to increased naval funding. And then an event that pushes up tensions all over the world means its war. The French fleet has four battleships operating, we only have one....
26 May 2023 @ 8:55 am
Discord is all but the default chatting platform of many users from around the world. Owing to a user-friendly interface, an easy way to create and manage communities, as well as a set of capabilities that enable you to conveniently communicate with your contacts, it's clear that Discord very much has an appeal of its own.
By this point, Discord almost has a lock on many communities on the web. Many forum communities where people come together under the umbrella of a shared interest have Discord as the platform of choice for instant messaging.
Perhaps it's the overall friendliness of the UI, whereby it's easy to pick the app up and start chatting even if you're among the most novice of users, or the versatility of the moderation tools that enable server admins and moderators to keep everything in order. Or perhaps it's something entirely different, such as the platform's culture and brand, that makes it so easy to adopt.
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25 May 2023 @ 6:04 pm
I’m watching a human, using a very poor but funny robot disguise, prepare to answer the classic runaway trolley thought experiment. Would he save the five robots by diverting it to another track, killing one? I note a few keywords but I miss the answer because there’s someone at the door and, in my experience, there might be negative consequences if I ignore it.
It’s the tax man, taking my hard-earned credits without offering much in return. I’m already in my combination kitchen and bedroom, so I take this opportunity to get some extra food. Doing that after I answer the door means I don’t forget to refill the stash. A processed burger might also be a good idea but I hold off on that.
I return to the cages and quickly glance at all sixteen. What I assume are nuclear power towers dominate a landscape. A lizard-looking alien is typing on his computer. A security scanner shows what’s in someone’s luggage. An A.I. and its owner are having an...
25 May 2023 @ 1:03 pm
Exoprimal is not really news since CAPCOM’s hybrid PvEvP game has been announced last year, and some players have been fortunate enough to get access to it before the first open beta went live in 2023.
My first impressions after watching the trailers weren’t too favorable. The idea of having to battle hordes of dinosaurs pouring from the sky seemed a bit cringe to me. However, after spending some time with the Exoprimal playing both solo and multiplayer games, I realize that even a game where you must kill hordes of dinosaurs spawned by an AI can be fun.
Exoprimal has a very deep tutorial where you learn about the so-called Exosuits, which are basically the game’s main classes: tank, support, healer and damage dealer. Switching from suit to suit feels very smooth and quite epic I might add, thanks to the over-the-top animations.
What really surprised me at Exoprimal is that the entire tutorial is smartly implemented into the story. What wasn’t really a surprise wa...
24 May 2023 @ 1:53 pm
I’m looking at a canyon, which I need to cross, that’s filled with two types of danger. There’s a local animal, like a boar crossed with a porcupine but all black, patrolling one patch of land. And there’s an alien drone, glowing threateningly blue as it scans the ground looking for me and my companion.
Lana is a nimble character but she cannot outrun either of those and the drone can fly to get to us and zap the duo into unconsciousness. And the only way to reach the end of the area is by some platforms made up of vegetation. This means that my enemies are actually puzzle pieces that I need to slot in the right places. It’s a good thing my own animal companion has some abilities that will come in handy.
We first avoid the drone, then hypnotize the boar, then (I won’t give away the puzzle solution) execute a careful set of moves to get past both. It took about three minutes to come up with the idea and a few tries and deaths to execute i...
23 May 2023 @ 5:55 pm
The ice cube is too high and, unfortunately, it’s not in a glass, prepped to chill a drink. This massive piece of frozen water is supposed to cover a gap between two platforms that will give me access to a big new area. But I’ve positioned it too high and there’s no way to cross it because my character is entirely unable to jump or move across an area if there’s a gap to deal with.
So I climb back up the way I went and find an outcropping from which I can fire my trusty Adjunct at the ice crane I rode here. I need to switch locations a few times until I get it into the right position to jump atop it. The bigger problem is that the crane can be moved using this socket but I cannot raise or lower the ice cube.
I have to actually take the entire platform back to an earlier point and use another socket for the Adjunct to adjust the height. I eyeball the correct placement and, once satisfied, push the entire platform the other way. It takes a...
23 May 2023 @ 11:41 am
My initial strategy was to back the kings of the Orleans line for as long as possible, with the landowners in government, joined by the army and the industrialists to push some better laws. Then, maybe around the 70s, I could try to shift to a republican form of government, presumably with an industrialized France that dominates Europe.
Alberic Forestier had different ideas. When the rural folk interest group chose Victor Hugo to lead them as they sought to push for a presidential republic, I simply exiled the writer and thought that solved the problem. But this new Agitator popped up and is pushing for an actual revolution. Events might help me stall for a while but it seems I have to choose a side.
I can switch sides, play as the revolutionaries and switch my goals to bring republicanism to the rest of Europe. Or I can recruit conservative allies and drench these upstarts and their leaders in their own blood. Regardless of my choice, I...
23 May 2023 @ 8:01 am
Despite releasing to favorable reviews back in 2021, the first game in the Fuga: Melodies of Steel trilogy didn’t become a market success. This happens quite often in the gaming industry, but CyberConnect2 promised to continue the trilogy with subsequent games that will be released in the future.
Announced in July 2022, the sequel to Fuga: Melodies of Steel debuted on Microsoft’s Game Pass subscription service, which exposed the game to a much larger pool of players. Fans of the series will be pleased to know that iconic characters in the original game return for the sequel.
Also, new mechanics and updated systems have been added to go along with those from the first game. However, Fuga: Melodies of Steel 2 didn’t change at all visually, as developers have decided to continue with the anime style that made the original so popular among fans of the genre.
Fuga: Melodies of Steel offered the complete package: great story, gorgeous art style, varied combat mechanics,...