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Arctic Explorer Game Inua To Launch on Steam, Mobile and Switch

Iko and The Pixel Hunt, co-producers, and ARTE France, co-producer and publisher, are proud to announce that their video game inspired by the mythology of the Great North, Inua: A story in Ice and Time will be available on February 10th for Steam, Nintendo Switch, iOS and Android. The game is already available for pre-order. Inua tells the story of Taïna, Peter and Simon, 3 characters wandering the frozen lands of the great Canadian north at different times. Separated by more than a century, their destinies are nevertheless deeply linked to each other, and to that of Nanurluk, the Giant … Continue reading Arctic Explorer Game Inua To Launch on Steam, Mobile and Switch

Pirate Hero Joins For Honor Battles

Ubisoft announced For Honor Year 5 Season 4 – Title Update 2.0 will release on January 27, adding a new playable Hero archetype to the game: the Pirates. Armed with their signature cutlass and pistol, Pirates are the first of the Outlanders, an all-new group of Heroes coming from vast horizons. Additional Heroes from the Outlanders will be coming to the game during For Honor’s Year 6: Lost Horizons, set to begin March 17. Pirates set their sights on Heathmoor after a string of dramatic climate changes affected their home archipelago. The water is the only home they know, and … Continue reading Pirate Hero Joins For Honor Battles

Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Extraction Deploys

Ubisoft announced that Rainbow Six Extraction is now available with full cross-play, cross-save, and cross-progression on Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Stadia, Amazon Luna, the Ubisoft Store, Windows PC, and the Epic Games Store. The game will be available day one with Xbox Game Pass, and players can also subscribe to Ubisoft+ on PC, Stadia and Amazon Luna. With development led by Ubisoft Montreal and supported by associate Ubisoft studios in Bucharest, Bordeaux, and Saguenay, Rainbow Six Extraction is a tactical online co-op PVE experience for up to three players, featuring beloved Operators from the Rainbow … Continue reading Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Extraction Deploys

Yu-Gi-Oh! Master Duel Launches on PC and Consoles

Konami Digital Entertainment, Inc. announced that Yu-Gi-Oh! MASTER DUEL has launched on consoles and PC. The hotly anticipated trading card game is available now on PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and PC Steam, free to download and play worldwide. Yu-Gi-Oh! MASTER DUEL takes the iconic Yu-Gi-Oh! TRADING CARD GAME (TCG) and fully brings it to life in digital form. Collect from more than 10,000 cards spanning over two decades of Yu-Gi-Oh! history and build personalized Decks. Play and spectate beautifully presented Duels, masterfully rendered in 4K resolution with eye-popping animations and jaw-dropping music and … Continue reading Yu-Gi-Oh! Master Duel Launches on PC and Consoles

How Do Crypto Casinos Work?

A new payment instrument – Bitcoin – has penetrated into many spheres of business. And it’s not just about IT companies: banks, retail chains, and hotels are interested in Bitcoin. But one of the most promising sectors for virtual currency is online gambling. Bitcoin is anonymous and inflation-independent, so it’s ideal for use in crypto online casinos. The most advanced and daring casino owners have already converted their online platforms to Bitcoin. What advantages of using digital currency do they have? Complete anonymity In Bitcoin casinos, the user does not have to enter personal information (name, country, bank card number, … Continue reading How Do Crypto Casinos Work?

Rifles and Robo-Moose: Leap Shooter Jumping to Early Access

Videogame developer Blue Isle Studios announced their newest title LEAP, a twisted team-based, aerial firefight focused first-person shooter coming to Steam Early Access next month. In LEAP, players will select from four unique classes, each delivering a unique balance of power, agility and defense as well as epic abilities that bring shock and awe onto their foes. Call in orbital strikes, set up automated turrets, or control guided cruise missiles as each exosuit is armed to the teeth. Large-scale combat takes place on a variety of stages and skilled mercenaries use jetpacks, grappling hooks and highly distinctive Personal Vehicles to … Continue reading Rifles and Robo-Moose: Leap Shooter Jumping to Early Access

Are Game Demos Still a Thing in 2022?

If you grew up in the 1990s and early 2000s, you probably came across lots of game magazines with disks of demo games. Publishers would sneak demos in magazines to create awareness about upcoming games as much as possible. Over time, developers stopped giving out demo disks. Even in the age of the Internet, not many video game companies like to give out demos. Why is that? Take a look at the four types of people who play demo games: A Player who Plans to Buy a Game Regardless This player has plans to buy an upcoming game regardless of … Continue reading Are Game Demos Still a Thing in 2022?

Who Invented Slingo?

Slingo was invented by Sal Falciglia from New Jersey, USA in 1994. Sal Falciglia worked as a real estate developer but always had a passion for both slots and Bingo. As with all inventions, the starting point for the birth of the Slingo was the love for the two toys combined with the endless hours of work he spent in the basement of his house. A five-reel slot machine was used as a base, which he later modified according to his idea. The game was a success among the members of his family, which further strengthened his confidence in his … Continue reading Who Invented Slingo?

Is It Advantageous To Play At Multiple Online Casinos?

While other entertainment niches such as music or movies are still going strong, gaming is the premier way many of us like to stay amused now. The video game sector was worth $178.73bn in 2021 and this figure has been on a steady rise for several years. With the superb gaming experience next-gen consoles and top PC titles offer, this is no surprise to anyone. With gaming as a hobby being more mainstream in the modern age, it has managed to appeal to a whole new audience in recent years. Much of this appeal also comes down to the sheer … Continue reading Is It Advantageous To Play At Multiple Online Casinos?

Strange Horticulture Grows For PC Gamers

Publisher Iceberg Interactive and developer Bad Viking are bringing their IGF nominated plant shop mystery game Strange Horticulture to Windows PC via Steam, GOG and the Epic Games store on Friday, January 21st. Strange Horticulture is an unusual game about collecting and cataloguing powerful plants. Find and identify new plants, pet your cat, speak to a coven, or join a cult. Use your growing collection to influence the story and unravel Undermere’s dark mysteries. Publishers: Iceberg Interactive Developers: Bad Viking Platforms: Epic Games Store, GoG, Steam

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