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The much-publicised 'sales' on various online platforms offer a novel approach to retain fickle customers
A review of Harry Potter Wizards Unite, the latest in AR games
Let's take a look at the final games of the current hardware generation
Battle Text is a multiplayer game for the wordsmiths in a chat-like interface
A review detailing the hands-on experience of the Nintendo modular console in India
Reviewing Dauntless, a free 2 play cross-platformer
An attempt to try and understand the various factors that made PUBG a national phenomenon
The fact that Rage, the first tile in the franchise, was so long ago (in 2010) and so highly unremarkable, the decision to launch a sequel and then to not promote it was baffling.
While this biggest publisher is all set to be available on all leading platforms, we examine its facets
Soul Knight effortlessly engages gamers with its casual and trivial nature
Shooter games have really evolved in the past few years with 2019 being a landmark in the genre
What could be made better in the next generation in console gaming
Reviewing Avalanche’s Robot Apocalypse Generation Zero
The review isn’t about the fine points but the big and broad strokes and the overall experience that are on offer
Colours are universal signifiers and often convey the most difficult of things with a simple flash.
Anthem, however, falls woefully short, as EA’s answer to Destiny seems underwhelming at best.
Hyderabad, like most metropolitan cities in the country will regularly touch temperatures over 40 degree Celsius in the next two months, and it is of paramount importance for gamers to consider the impact
Oddmar for mobile borrows from classics like Mario and Dave
When it comes to frenetic action, unleashing endless combos and dodging numerous attacks while cutting down seas of enemies, no game comes close to DMC barring Bayonetta.
This year's line-up is pretty gender balanced with its promising female characters