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14 January 2023 @ 3:30 am
FIFA 23 is out now, and it's the last (and possibly the best) entry of the entire series! Here's everything new you need to know about.
The post What’s New to FIFA 23? | Everything You Need to Know appeared first on CDKeys Blog.
14 January 2023 @ 3:28 am
Wondering whether the Pro Clubs mode in FIFA 23 supports crossplay, and what else is new this time around? All the answers are right here.
The post FIFA 23 – Pro Clubs Guide appeared first on CDKeys Blog.
14 January 2023 @ 3:27 am
FUT Chemistry has changed in FIFA 23! Here's everything you need to know about what's new and how to max it out.
The post FIFA 23 Ultimate Team Guide | FUT Chemistry Explained appeared first on CDKeys Blog.
12 January 2023 @ 4:36 am
Wondering about the best weapons in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2? Maybe about the maps or campaign? And... is it a remake? Here are answers
The post Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 | Everything You Need to Know appeared first on CDKeys Blog.
12 January 2023 @ 4:35 am
Warzone 2.0 has arrived! New to Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2? Here's our guide on everything you need to know.
The post Warzone 2 | Our Complete Guide to Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2’s Warzone appeared first on CDKeys Blog.
10 January 2023 @ 5:23 am
2022 was filled with amazing games that didn't get the recognition they deserve. Here's a look at the 10 most underrated or overlooked games.
The post Top 10 Underrated / Overlooked Games of 2022 appeared first on CDKeys Blog.
10 January 2023 @ 5:23 am
2022 was a spectacular year for gaming... but was 2021 even better? We've rounded-up our top five best games from each year for a closer look.
The post Top 5 Best Games of 2022 vs 2021 | Which Year Had Better Games? appeared first on CDKeys Blog.
15 December 2022 @ 7:31 pm
The Game Awards Winners have been announced! And honestly… the choice for Game of the Year 2022 is no surprise… All nominees/winners inside.
The post Game of the Year 2022 | All The Game Awards Winners / Nominees appeared first on CDKeys Blog.
3 November 2022 @ 7:26 am
Legendary, Special, Anniversary… Which version of Skyrim should you be playing in 2022 (and where should you buy it)?
The post Legendary, Special, Anniversary… Which Is the Best Version of Skyrim FOR YOU? appeared first on CDKeys Blog.
1 November 2022 @ 4:34 am
November is full of exciting new releases now available for pre-order in the CDKeys store. We’ve narrowed down the top 5 for you right here.
The post Top 5 New Games | Best New Releases November 2022 appeared first on CDKeys Blog.
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2 February 2023 @ 7:42 pm
I’ve been a big fan of Tower of Time since the game’s launch back in 2018. The folks at Event Horizon found a way to mix traditional cRPG elements with a compelling story to provide a very enjoyable experience. By far, the highlight of this mélange of interesting mechanics was the real-time combat that allows you to pause or slow time to give your party member commands.
Dark Envoy is Event Horizon’s next project, a much bigger one both in scale and ambition. Set in a “conflict-torn Guns N’ Sorcery” world, Dark Envoy follows the story of Malakai and Kaela, adventurers and relic hunters who are direct descendants of war refugees.
Jaan was a peaceful world until humans set foot on the planet. Thanks to their superior technology, humans have been able to take on just about every region of the world. Because there was no other piece of territory to expand onto, the two main factions that formed over the years, League of Old Races and Human Empire, started a conflict tha...
2 February 2023 @ 5:01 pm
A farmer’s village is not the best space for a battle involving magic users and many archers. It is hard to find space to fire and attack channels are easy to block. So I move my brawlers to the front, trying to make sure enemies cannot sneak past them. My long-ranged troops and magic users stay behind them, hoping for plenty of shots before close-quarters engagement.
The opposing army gets into a solid defensive position and does not seem inclined to attack, so my forces take the initiative. A big area-of-effect volley eliminates some of them, and some boulder throwing from my mage adds more to the casualty list. I add three more ranged attacks from another archer group.
Then it’s time for some melee work. My first goblin group goes in the ones that have upgrades that improve their anti-armor capabilities. The enemy militia strikes back and deals plenty of casualties of its own. Fighting continues, one of my goblin groups is eliminated,...
2 February 2023 @ 3:44 pm
Although it’s hard not to compare every new turn-based strategy game that comes out with XCOM, I’ll make an exception with Broken Lines. Developed by PortaPlay, the story-driven tactical RPG comes up with its own take on the turn-based tactics genre.
Initially released on PC three years ago, Broken Lines was ported on consoles to tap into new audiences. At first glance, this doesn’t look (nor plays) like XCOM at all. The core gameplay loop is completely different and there’s no aiming at enemies. Apart from that, everything is simplified to the point that it detracts from its appeal.
Broken Lines adopts a pretty different genre formula, which is in no way innovative, just less used for whatever reason. Unlike traditional turn-based strategy games where turns resolve one after another, in Broken Lines both the player and the AI execute simultaneous turns. This means that the game pauses when you encounter an enemy and waits for you to give commands to your unit.
2 February 2023 @ 7:08 am
If you’ve never dropped your phone to the ground, you’re probably not familiar with the pain you feel when you look at the device sitting face down on the concrete, all without knowing if the screen is broken or not.
And given that new-generation devices are all about glass, such a thing is, well, unavoidable, unless you dress up the phone in a case from day one.
Samsung wants to allow users to enjoy the beauty of the Galaxy S23 without the need for a case, as the new models are wrapped into Gorilla Glass Victus 2 front and back.
“The new S series is the first to feature Corning Gorilla Glass Victus 2, offering durability for long-term use and consisting of an average of 22 percent pre-consumer recycled content. Plus, every Galaxy S23 smartphone comes in a redesigned packaging box which applied paper made with 100 percent recycled paper,” Samsung said.
The use of Gorilla Glass Victus 2 made the devices more durable without adding too much weight. For example, the...
2 February 2023 @ 6:54 am
These days, new-generation smartphones typically come with batteries that are larger than the ones previously used on their predecessors.
And this makes perfect sense. In almost every case, the new models come with upgraded hardware and new capabilities, and more often than not, these require extra juice. As such, device makers equip their products with larger batteries in an attempt to provide users with the same autonomy as on the previous models.
The Galaxy S23 makes no exception, as the entire lineup comes with larger batteries – except for the Ultra, where the battery has remained unchanged from the previous generations.
However, if you look at the bigger picture, the battery size of the Galaxy S models has actually dropped, as the models in the new lineup come with smaller units than the devices launched two years ago.
In other words, the Galaxy S23 batteries are smaller than the ones used by Samsung on the Galaxy S21 lineup.
Case in point, the standard Ga...
2 February 2023 @ 6:43 am
The Unpacked event witnessed the unveiling not only of the highly anticipated Galaxy S23 but also of the new Galaxy Book 3 PC family.
A total of three models are included in this lineup, namely the Galaxy Book 3 Pro, the Galaxy Book 3 Pro 360, and the Galaxy Book 3 Ultra.
While the Book 3 Pro sports the traditional clamshell design, the 360 comes in a 2-in-1 convertible form factor that also supports S Pen functionality.
But the star of the show is undoubtedly the Galaxy Book 3 Ultra.
The device was built from the very beginning to be a high-end computer, so it comes with a 16-inch Dynamic AMOLED 2X display with 400 nits brightness and adaptive 120 Hz refresh rate.
Power comes from up to an Intel Core i9 chip (13th Gen obviously) paired with a maximum of 32GB of RAM. As far as graphics are concerned, customers can choose from NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4070 and RTX 4050, while for storage, the highest you can go is 1TB of SSD.
The device has everything you’d need to be ...
2 February 2023 @ 6:26 am
Microsoft’s most recent Windows 11 preview build comes with additional polishing for the Start menu, as the company is trying to further improve the experience with this essential feature of the operating system.
In fact, the Start menu has been a key focus since the Windows 11 makeover, and thanks to the latest preview build shipped by Microsoft in the Dev channel of the Windows Insider program, users are now getting access to new badging models on the user profile.
Needless to say, Microsoft is still experimenting at this point, so insiders are going to see different implementations.
This is a sign that the company hasn’t yet selected the final treatment that it wants to use for the Start menu, so the tests on this front would continue.
Back in October with Build 25227, we started trying out a small change to the Start menu where some Insiders saw badging on their user profile notifying them that certain actions need to be taken.
“We concluded that initial exp...
2 February 2023 @ 5:46 am
Microsoft has just announced a new Windows 11 widget as part of the latest preview build that was shipped to insiders in the Dev channel.
Spotify is the latest big name that joins the widget effort on Windows 11, after Facebook shipped the Messenger widget and Microsoft released its very own Phone Link update.
In other words, the number of widgets available on Windows 11 is growing, but more importantly, the feature is now getting third-party support, which is precisely what users needed in the first place.
“Last week, we promoted a preview of the widget for the Messenger app. Spotify and Phone Link are now rolling out preview versions of their widgets as well. To give them a try, go to the widgets collection in the Microsoft Store and update to the latest version of the apps. Then open the widgets board and navigate to the widgets picker by clicking the “+” button at the top-right of the board to pin your widgets,” Microsoft
1 February 2023 @ 4:01 pm
My Onion Knight is in trouble. The vegetable vampire count boss I am facing has been throwing a lot of dodge notes at me and my health is down. I need to make sure that I get some of the easier combos fast to get it back up and have a chance when I get up close and personal with him.
After knocking on the door of his mansion and getting trapped in his dungeon, I finally have a chance to make him my friend by acing this dance battle and getting the location of a missing princess in the process. But I really need to up my rhythm game if I want to succeed.
I already reached the vampire count two times, dodging his attacks and dealing damage, but when he is on the brink of defeat he disappears and then increases the tempo, making the musical note matching harder than before. The key to success seems to be to focus on the dodge notes and ace them all, dealing damage only when I’m sure my own character cannot be hurt. And hope that there’s not...
1 February 2023 @ 6:27 am
Foldable devices seem to be the next big thing in the mobile market, and Apple obviously is looking at this new category as well.
We’ve known for a while that a foldable iPhone was on its way, but recent reports indicated that a foldable iPad could actually see daylight before this major upgrade goes live on the smartphone.
But according to Apple watcher Mark Gurman, a foldable iPad isn’t actually planned for 2024. In a tweet posted a few hours ago, Gurman says he hasn’t heard “anything about a foldable iPad in 2024,” therefore contradicting Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo who said such a tablet was planned for next year.
On the other hand, Gurman explains, 2024 is expected to witness the debut of a redesigned OLED iPad Pro as well as an entry level and Mini spec bump.
Display analyst Ross Young claims his sources haven’t said anything about a foldable iPad planned for 2024 either. On the other ha...