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Posted on Aug 17 2020 - 7:22pm by Rohit Shetty
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The N64 was not the finest hour for Nintendo. The decision to stick with cartridges not only made games for the system more expensive but also forced some publishers to take their games to PlayStation knowing that the CD format was cheaper to use and allowed them more storage. One of the most famous games to abandon Nintendo due to the hardware limitations of cartridges...

Posted on Aug 17 2020 - 3:20pm by Rohit Shetty
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This game of the year watch will consist of my top five games of the year so far, as well as biggest surprise, biggest disappointment, and a short list of honorable mentions. I have not played every game that has released this year, but I have made it a priority to play as much as I can. Without further ado, let’s get into it. Let’s get the BIGGEST DISAPPOINTMENT...

Posted on Aug 17 2020 - 11:11am by Rohit Shetty
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Superheroes battle monsters and space invaders in fast action games. Players take on the role of these superheroes in epic battles. In other games, players race cars, boats, motorcycles, helicopters and planes against villains and even less evil opponents to win high stakes races. Game titles such as Burnout3: Takedown, ESPN, NHL – 2K5, Silent Hill 4: The Room,...

Posted on Aug 17 2020 - 7:08am by Rohit Shetty
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So you’ve decided to plunge yourself into the world of game development, have assembled a team of mighty warriors to tackle all the big issues and are ready to create the next best game in the industry… trumping WoW, Guild Wars… (you get the point). You’ve chopped up all your brainstorming and assembled some really keen concepts for a storyline...

Free online internet gaming has exploded over the past 10 years and now comprises of a large collection of game developers, publishers, web portals and millions of casual game players. Talented game developers are in more limited supply than publishers and portals, yet even they are steadily growing in supply as more companies and brands look for sponsorship deals...