World of Warcraft is one of the most popular MMORPG in the world right today. First released in 2004, the game has grown to reach an average monthly player count of 6.5 million and still counting. This compounded by WoW Arena Carry boost services and Blizzard’s sustained efforts towards maintaining the lively nature of WoW in the form of expansions and patches guarantees that this number will continue to grow. Indeed, World of Warcraft’s servers were revamped in 2020 with the expanded Shadowlands. With this expansion came about a ton of new content and features, which were previously unavailable in the game.
Steamdolls is an upcoming steampunk meets cyberpunk dark metroidvania featuring David Hayter as the deadly protaganist The Whisper. Jennifer Hale voices his nemesis, a strong woman who we will devote an article next week to. But today will be about one of the first confirmed NPC’s.Continue reading “Steamdolls to feature cute socialist lady Belinda!”
Grounded is a promising survival sandbox game where you play for a shrunken human child (pictured above) trying to survive in a suburban backyard against swarms of monstrous insects.
David Stanley, the creator of Skelattack, has provided an in depth response to our article yesterday which criticized some elements the way that story ended. His response is detailed and nuanced and I’ll post a screenshot of it below:
Released in June of 2020, Skellatack was one tricky little platformer. I quite enjoyed it, to be sure, but I can safely say it’s the hardest platformer I’ve ever played.
A Hat In Time was released back in 2017 after a successful Kickstarter campaign. Some of the best games came from Kickstarter, and A Hat In Time is a credit to Kickstarter as a whole. I first discovered it through another Kickstarter game, Tunche. Tunche is in a shared universe with Hat Kid and her story continues in that game.
Many fans of both video games and online casino games for real money, already now come to a quiet and obscene surprise at the choices that the gaming and gambling industry makes today. But let’s think about how all this will change in the near future.
DVD Drives Will Disappear, as Will Physical Copies of Games
So, the first thing that will happen is the withering away of such a phenomenon as a physical copy of the game. Everything will go into numbers. First, there will be nowhere to store a bunch of boxes of games, because the housing of the future will gradually decrease. Look at futuristic Japan and you will understand what we are talking about. Second, collectors who need a physical copy will be replaced by the general idea of pragmatism: the digital will be cheaper. Game companies and hardware companies will kill the DVD drive at the same time: some will stop releasing games on discs, while others will announce the discontinuation of the drives themselves.
Streaming Will Defeat Everyone
There will also be problems with video cards and other hardware. The endless race of terabytes, gigabytes, and teraflops will end in unexpected ways: streaming will replace the standard method of playing a video game. The Internet will be everywhere. It will be possible to come to grandmother’s in the village, go to the barn, stick a plugin a penny to the nearest pig, and broadband Internet will flow from there. Therefore, streaming will defeat everyone. It, of course, will not be able to show the quality that ordinary games recorded on a hard disk will show, but the developers will be cunning and assure gamers that this is how it should be and that you will not find anything more beautiful. Gamers themselves, whose taste and self-respect will be completely destroyed, will lose the last rudiments of sophistication and will be happy with everything.
The Internet Will Be Super Fast and Accessible
Now its speed is limited by the physical properties of the wires along which information runs, but over time, new chemical compounds will be invented that will increase the flow rate by hundreds of times. Moreover, finally, technologies will appear that will allow us to extract normal Internet from satellite communications so that you can play your favorite MMO somewhere in the forest, or in a meadow, especially since the batteries will become even more powerful by that time. Although a real revolution in the creation of rechargeable batteries will never happen, and this will greatly slow down the development of electronics, and especially virtual reality.
Virtual Reality Will Not Be in Demand
Virtual reality will never take off, remaining nothing more than an attraction, and will turn sour, like sour, once 3D cinema. It will get worn out for a while, but then it will get bored completely, and large companies will invest less and less money in VR projects. This is because helmets will never be able to get full autonomy, and the inventors of batteries will not dare to offer something really outstanding. So, VR-helmets in the gaming environment will remain something at the level of the steering wheel controller, which is taken out from the mezzanine only on special occasions. But in other areas, especially in the field of training all kinds of specialists, virtual reality, and augmented reality will remain in demand.
The Perfect Artificial Intelligence Will Never Be Invented
Such a step will be inevitable, since artificial intelligence will never be able to even come close to human intelligence, and no, even the most cunning bot, will turn out to be as interesting as a real opponent. Therefore, bots will be controlled by real people: simple altruistic gamers, or special people with a salary. Becoming a bot manager will be the easiest way to earn money for every young person who is too lazy to look for a full-time job.
Over the Hedge is a movie (and video game) in which a gang of sentient wild animals break into a suburban woman’s house at night to steal her food. The woman (pictured above in her pajamas) is punished by the film for defending her property. This sucks.
Much of your time in Outland will be spent in heroic dungeons, for both the daily quest and to obtain epic level gear and badges of justice, which are used to purchase powerful items. One of the best classes to take you through these difficult heroics is the Warlock. Aside from its outstanding DPS, Warlock has access to a wide array of tools and utility. These include:
Maneater is a reverse horror game where you play as a bloodthirsty bull shark out for revenge. The shark is absolutely evil, but strangely, many fans and even the devs seem to think the shark is Justified.
One thing many players of Dungeons & Dragons could agree upon was that 2016’s Curse of Strahd, while awesome in many ways, was full of crap when it came to the humans known as the Vistani.
Reverse horror games are not nearly as common as horror games, but when they appear, they tend to be fan favorites: from Carrion to Maneater to Undertail’s genocide path.
The question is this: Is Max taking over the bodies of other Max’s and replacing them when she enters another reality? If so, do they regain control when she leaves? The worry here is that she might be permanently erasing the other Max’s.