Playing Video Games

7 Benefits Of Playing Video Games

Video games can help kids develop a lot of good skills provided they play these games in moderation. Parents focus more on the dangers of these games. What they need to do is consider the possible benefits of playing them on smartphones, PC and other platforms. As a matter of fact, video games can make kids develop certain skills that can help them a lot in their lives. Given below are some of the benefits that kids can enjoy if

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Science fiction movies

Why People Love Science Fiction Movies

Science fiction movies are one of those genres that people just cannot get enough of. They appeal to the need that people have to believe that there is something else out there besides us. When people need something to believe in they either lean towards religion or science. Those that lean towards science love these types of films. People also like to ask, “what if…” in different ways. Science fiction movies allow people to open up their imaginations to all

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Super Rude Bear Resurrection PC and PS4 Reviews

Super Rude Bear Resurrection Super Rude Bear Resurrection is one of the hardest games I’ve ever played–but only at times. Certain games, Resident Evil 4 being a famous example, use a dynamic difficulty system, invisibly adjusting to keep the action challenging but not frustrating. Super Rude Bear Resurrection does something similar, only in a much more obvious, tangible way. It’s a hardcore platformer in the mold of Super Meat Boy, but with a novel twist that gives meaning to the

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Valkyria Revolution Review

Valkyria Revolution Review Spinning off a well-established game series into a different genre is always a risky move. On one hand, if the gambit is successful, you’ll simultaneously introduce the franchise to a new group of players and give existing fans something new to reignite their passion. On the other hand, you also risk alienating those same fans with a game they don’t want and didn’t ask for. Valkyria Revolution is such a gamble. It’s an alternate-universe take on Sega’s

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Steel Division: Normandy ’44 Review

Steel Division: Normandy ’44 Review Steel Division: Normandy ’44 is a very peculiar sort of real-time strategy game. Instead of trying to encapsulate hundreds of years of history or even the entirety of a single war, Steel Division is all about the specifics. Your pool of units is limited to a few key types. The rest is emergent–these soldiers and their gear were designed to work in tandem, so you’ll need to as well. But that leads to beautiful match

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Guardians Of The Galaxy – Episode 2: Under Pressure PC Review

Guardians Of The Galaxy – Episode 2: Under Pressure Review Telltale’s Guardians of the Galaxy series slows down with Episode 2. After an action-packed first episode, the second’s slower pace leaves room for more substantial character moments. On occasion, however, that space is filled with manufactured drama, as key decisions revolve around playing favorites with the Guardians in a way that comes off as petty high school drama instead of the culmination of natural tension among the group. Fortunately, there’s

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1-2-Switch Reviews

1-2-Switch Reviews 1-2-Switch, by its very nature, lacks depth. A collection of 28 minigames brings with it broad appeal in its variety–activities include shooting cowboys, strumming an air guitar, cradling a baby to sleep, and more–but little in the way of long-lasting fun or replay value. Wii Sports faced the same problem 10 years ago, and solved it by basing its party games on real-world activities that were enjoyable in themselves before distilling them to simple, satisfying mechanics that were

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The Fidelio Incident PC Review

The Fidelio Incident Review After the fateful plane crash that kicks off The Fidelio Incident, the panicked wife of our protagonist begs him to find the pages of a diary lost after impact, exclaiming, “They can’t find out who we are!” That statement ends up being a self-fulfilling prophecy for a game that, outside of first-person exploration, seems confused about what it really wants to be. In part, The Fidelio Incident is a loose, modern interpretation of the Beethoven opera

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The Mage’s Tale for PC Review

The Mage’s Tale Review Virtual reality is in a bit of a tough spot. While the medium has enjoyed a lot of mainstream visibility of late, few VR games have actually found broad success. The Mage’s Tale is meant to be Oculus’ new tentpole–a robust virtual-reality adventure that will sell us all on the magic of the technology and the ever-elusive sense of “presence.” Unfortunately, The Mage’s Tale is a fractured adventure packed with minor technical oddities, poor voice work,

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Steel Division: Normandy ’44 PC Review

Steel Division: Normandy ’44 Review Steel Division: Normandy ’44 is a very peculiar sort of real-time strategy game. Instead of trying to encapsulate hundreds of years of history or even the entirety of a single war, Steel Division is all about the specifics. Your pool of units is limited to a few key types. The rest is emergent–these soldiers and their gear were designed to work in tandem, so you’ll need to as well. But that leads to beautiful match

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