Some of the best eerie sound effects and background sounds we’ve ever come across.
One Piece World Seeker is an interesting game. It’s just probably not quite what fans of the manga and anime were hoping for.
Gaming is a fantastic hobby. We can visit worlds and adventures we’d never otherwise be able to see. We can become champions at sports and test our skills and reflexes with fast-moving, action-packed titles. In short, gaming is nothing short of awesome. Unfortunately, though, games require time and as our lives get busier we often have less and less spare time available to enjoy our favorite hobby. To help combat this, here are 10 tips to help you make the most of your limited gaming time.
Red Dead Redemption 2 has several legendary animals for players to find. Their locations are obviously a little difficult to find – if they weren’t, the animals would hardly be called legendary after all.
Fast travel is a player’s best friend in just about any open world RPG, no matter how pretty and varied the environments are. In most games, fast travel is as simple as accessing a certain point to allow players to return to it later and from elsewhere. In some games even that isn’t necessary, and points can be unlocked even more simply.
Let’s face it – making money and saving it isn’t EVER easy – not in real life, not in video games. Since not all games have handy cheats like ‘motherlode’ in the Sims, we have to find other ways to go from rags to riches. Red Dead Redemption 2 is no exception there.
Call of Duty has had its fair share of sequels, location settings and expansions. If you haven’t heard of the game by now, well….we’re not entirely sure how you’ve achieved this to be honest.
There’s plenty to do in Just Cause 4, be it the actual campaign or simply wreaking havoc across the land.
Yes, yes, let’s get it out of the way first – Minecraft. Minecraft won’t be on the list because it’s just to obvious. People have built some really amazing stuff in Minecraft, from functioning computers to extremely detailed replicas of entire fantasy worlds – we usually manage a 2×2 house before we lose interest, but then we usually also don’t have the patience to wait in front of the microwave while it heats our hot-pockets, so there is a reason for that.
Hitman 2 throws us into an invisible war – a world behind the one we know.