PC Gaming Weekly: Wet Hot Battlegrounds Summer

  Ten million and tallying: That’s the quantity of duplicates of PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds that PC gamers have purchased since the last-player-standing shooter appeared a half year prior. That is an amazing achievement for Bluehole Studio — particularly when you consider that this improvement bunch has never made a shooter. Anyway, …

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GTA Online’s ‘Battle Royale’ mode reveals why PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds works

  PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds has sold 10 million duplicates since March, and its galactic achievement was continually going to prompt imitators of both the shabby and triple-An assortments. While I find unreasonable satisfaction in the iOS and Android clones, similar to the indecent BulletStrike: Battleground, I’m entranced to perceive what greater, …

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The DeanBeat: Our Cuphead runneth over

We should begin with a modest representation of the truth. You may have heard that I bombed pitiably in playing a demo of Cuphead, and the video I posted taunting myself has turned into a web sensation on the web. My amusement wrongdoing: I was so terrible at playing I …

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Twitch Prime is shaping the future of esports

At the point when Amazon obtained Twitch in 2014, it made an impression on the general North American live-gushing industry that esports wasn’t only a real wellspring of stimulation or spilling, however that it could develop into a tremendous income stream for any association willing to be a piece of …

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