Deathloop: Where time is both meaningless and everything

Interest in the concept of time loop-centered games seems to be at an all-time high this past few releases with the emergence of high profiles titles such as “Twelve Minutes” and “Returnal” that garnered quite the attention. Out of all the time loop-centered titles, Deathloop, developed by Arkane Studios, seems to be the most ambitious […]

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TENSURA: Isekai Memories: A Fresh Gacha Experience

The recently released gacha game based on the ever popular anime and light novel series Tensei Shitara Slime Datta Ken (That Time I Reincarnated as a Slime), or in short Tensura, is as of now one of the leading games in both the android and ios platforms, in terms of the gacha game genre. The […]

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New World: Wide as an Ocean, Deep as a Canyon

The recently released New World MMORPG has attracted millions of players globally, despite releasing without SEA servers. Currently, 2 weeks from its release on September 28th, it has had 913,027 peak concurrent players, with about 195 million hours played. As of the time of writing, it is regularly getting 300 thousand concurrent players daily on […]

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Unconquered and Unwavering: The Internet’s Leading Women Streamers

The Impact of Streaming Streaming has been a big part of the video game industry, bringing light to multiple obscure video games and putting them on the limelight, with the recent internet gaming phenomena that were Fall Guys and Among Us, and the longstanding Rocket League that also got a huge springboard from Twitch viewership, […]

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Women in E-sports: The Overlooked Queens of the Gaming Industry

When it comes to E-sports, people think of world-famous rosters and players such as Valorant’s SEN TenZ, League of Legends’ T1 Faker, or DoTA 2’s OG N0tail. Now considered as a contemporary entertainment platform, the E-sports industry has generated over $1.08 billion of market revenue and is forecasted to grow as much as $1.62 billion […]

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So You Want to Stream Your Gameplay?

So you are interested in and want to try out streaming but don’t know where to start. You’re not sure what equipment you need to stream, where you can stream and how you can stream. This article hopes to show you the potential avenues of streaming and address some common misconceptions about streaming. Hardware and […]

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GG Fridays on Rollback Netcode in Fighting Games

Picture this: you’re itching for some Tekken so you boot up your PS4. You navigate straight to ranked, pick your custom Kazuya outfit, and wait to get matched. Now you’re up against a Law—a matchup you’re bitterly familiar with. Once you’ve gotten in, you win the first round, and then the second—you’re doing good! On […]

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Valheim: A Glimpse into the World of Viking

By February 24th, merely 22 days after Valheim’s release on Steam as early access, the developer, Iron Gate Studio, gladly announced that the game sold four million copies already. At the time of writing, a month after release, Valheim ranks third in terms of current player count, just below Counter-Strike: Global Offensive and Dota 2. So is it worth it? Well, with a very convenient download size of only 1GB (considering our internet here) and a somewhat cheap price of Php 449.95, it might be the game that you and your squad can have fun together.

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