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God of War for PS4 (GAMING NEWS ALERT)

Welcome players. Today we will talk about one of the most anticipated games in April, named God of War for PS4 ,an third-person action-adventure video game in development by Santa Monica Studio and to be published by Sony Interactive Entertainment (SIE). It is scheduled to be released on April 20, 2018 for the PlayStation 4 (PS4) console.

Is important to pin that since God of War was revealed for PS4, it’s been clear the game would differ from its predecessors in the series. It appeared to be slower, with more of an emphasis on character development and very different combat. The game has also learned a lot from fellow PS4 exclusive The Last of Us.

Now, with God of War’s release date drawing ever closer, reviews have gone live for the next big PS4 game, and it seems critics are impressed. In our God of War review, Peter Brown awarded the action-adventure title a 9/10, saying it’s a “spectacular action game with epic set pieces, big-budget production values, and hard-hitting combat.” For more on what critics thought, check out our review roundup below, or head over to Metacritic for a wider view of the game’s critical reception.

Game: God of War

Developer / Publisher: Sony Santa Monica / Sony

Platforms: PS4

Release Date: April 20

Price: US $60 / £53 / AU $100

Gameplay

The gameplay is vastly different from the previous installments, as it was rebuilt from the ground up. Although the previous main installment, Ascension (2013), introduced multiplayer to the series, this new installment is single-player-only.

The new installment features a third-person, over-the-shoulder free camera, a departure from the previous installments, which featured a third-person, fixed cinematic camera (with the exception of 2007’s 2D side-scroller Betrayal). Cinematographically, the game is presented in a continuous shot, with no camera cuts. Enemies in the game stem from Norse mythology, such as trolls, ogres, and draugrs, as well as revenants, beings warped by seiðrmagic.

A major change is that Kratos no longer uses his signature double-chained blades, as he lost these at the conclusion of God of War III (2010). Instead, he uses a magical battle axe, called the Leviathan Axe, which can be infused with different elemental abilities and thrown at enemies. For example, the axe can be engulfed in ice and Kratos can hurl it at an enemy and magically summon it back to his hand (similar to Thor’s hammer Mjölnir). Kratos can also charge the axe and let out a burst of energy that damages nearby enemies.

In God of War for PS4 gameplay, the axe has light and heavy attacks; heavy attacks allow Kratos to launch enemies into the air. Larger enemies, such as an ogre, have precision targets and throwing the axe at those targets will stun the enemy. The weapon can also be thrown at environmental objects, such as a container, to trigger an explosion that will damage nearby enemies. The Leviathan Axe can be upgraded by using runes, with one slot being for light attacks and the other for heavy. This provides players with a variety of options to cater to their own play style. Another new weapon that Kratos utilizes is a shield. When not in use, it folds up and appears like armor on Kratos’ left forearm. When summoned, the shield can be used offensively and defensively. Kratos also utilizes hand-to-hand combat, a feature originally introduced in Ascension.

Next we will reveal some PRO vs CONTRA things about God of War for PS4:

Pros

  •  Incredibly gorgeous
  •  Huge amount of gameplay
  •  Most satisfying combat system
  •  Depth to the combat via character upgrades
  •  Excellent father/son tale
  •  Zero load screens
  •  Kratos

Cons

  •  Boss encounters massively underwhelm
  •  Change of pace certainly won’t be for all
  •  Ending falls flat

 

Top 3 upcoming games in March-April 2018

We will show you the most important and expected top 3 upcoming games in March-April 2018 from our team’s view. In this post article we want to inform you about the upcoming games in March-April. Now, just look at the list below and select your favourite one.

Far Cry 5 – PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Microsoft Windows

Sea of Thieves –Xbox One, Microsoft Windows

A Way Out- PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Microsoft Windows

1.Far Cry 5 

Far Cry comes to America in the latest installment of the award-winning franchise.

Welcome to Hope County, Montana, land of the free and the brave but also home to a fanatical doomsday cult known as Eden’s Gate. Stand up to cult leader Joseph Seed, and his siblings, the Heralds, to spark the fires of resistance and liberate the besieged community.

Some features inside the game:

FIGHT AGAINST A DEADLY CULT

A WORLD THAT HITS BACK

CARVE YOUR OWN PATH

DYNAMIC TOYS

Far Cry 5 is an upcoming action-adventure first-person shooter video game developed by Ubisoft Montreal and published by Ubisoft for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. It is the eleventh installment and the fifth main title in the Far Cry series. It is scheduled to be released on March 27, 2018.

MINIMUM SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS

    • Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
    • OS: Windows 7 SP1, Windows 8.1, Windows 10 (64-bit versions only)
    • Processor: Intel Core i5-2400 @ 3.1 GHz or AMD FX-6300 @ 3.5 GHz or equivalent
    • Memory: 8 GB RAM
    • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 670 or AMD R9 270 (2GB VRAM with Shader Model 5.0 or better)

2. Sea of Thieves

Sea of Thieves is a pirate-themed action-adventure cooperative multiplayer game played from a first-person perspective. The game features cross-platform play between Windows-based personal computers and Xbox One video game consoles. A group of players travel and explore an open world via a pirate ship and assume different roles such as steering, hoisting sails, navigation, firing cannons and other tasks. Players will embark on quests, collect loot and engage in combat with other players. Sea of Thieves is a shared game world, which means groups of players will encounter each other regularly throughout their adventures. The game has a cartoonish art style and an exaggerated physics engine that allow players to perform stunts, like being shot out of ship cannons.

Sea of Thieves is an upcoming action-adventure video game developed by Rare and published by Microsoft Studios for Microsoft Windows and Xbox One.

Here are the Sea of Thieves system requirements (minimum)

  • CPU: Intel Core 2 Quad Q9450 or AMD Phenom II X6
  • CPU SPEED: Info
  • RAM: 4 GB
  • OS: Win 10
  • VIDEO CARD: Nvidia GeForce GTX 650 or AMD Radeon HD 7750
  • SOUND CARD:
  • FREE DISK SPACE: 60 GB

3.A WAY OUT

From the creators of Brothers – A Tale of Two Sons comes A Way Out, an exclusively co-op adventure where you play the role of one of two prisoners making their daring escape from prison.
What begins as a thrilling breakout quickly turns into an unpredictable, emotional adventure unlike anything seen or played before.

A Way Out is an experience that must be played with two players. Each player controls one of the main characters, Leo and Vincent, in a reluctant alliance to break out of prison and gain their freedom.Together, you’ll explore notions of trust and consequence as your choices begin to catch up with you.
Play the entire experience with your friends for free using the one-click free trial feature.

The game is currently scheduled for release on Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on March 23, 2018.

Here are the A Way Out system requirements (minimum)

  • CPU: Intel Core i5-2500 / AMD FX-8320 or better
  • CPU SPEED: Info
  • RAM: 8 GB
  • OS: Windows 7/8.1/10 (64-bit versions)
  • VIDEO CARD: NVIDIA GTX 660 2GB / AMD HD 7950 or better
  • FREE DISK SPACE:

 

NBA 2K19 Tips & Tricks (Release details)

I am sure you already know that NBA 2K19 has arrived this week with 2K Sports once again looking like the leader in the industry when it comes to sports video games. This is the perfect moment to discuss about the best NBA 2K19 Tips & Tricks so far. For most, one of the more interesting elements of an annual release is the player ratings built from the ground up by the developers based on the real-life happenings on the court.

NBA 2K19 available for PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch Versions

The latest iteration of the premiere basketball sim is now available for PS4, Xbox One, and the Nintendo Switch. Anyone still gaming on Xbox 360 or PlayStation 3 will also be able to buy NBA 2K18, but as these platforms are no longer the focus of development, chances are these editions will be very similar to the previous releases.

NBA 2K19 Nintendo Switch Details and Hands-On Impressions

We recently got to go hands-on with NBA 2K19 at a special preview event in New York, and we can now confirm that the Nintendo Switch version of the game will be near enough identical to the PS4 and Xbox One versions. Every single mode, including MyGM, MyPlayer, and MyTeam will be included on the Switch version of the game, meaning you won’t be missing out on any features.

The Switch version of NBA 2K19 will also feature Amiibo support, although we don’t currently know in what capacity, and the game will run at 30 frames per second in both docked and handheld mode. Check out our editor Kat Bailey’s quick impressions of the Switch version just below:

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NBA 2K19 New Neighborhood Social Club Feature

At the aforementioned preview event for NBA 2K19, we got our first glimpse at the new Neighborhood social hub feature for the game, which you can see a few snippets of just below. It looks set to be a forum for player avatars in the game, in the same way that Splatoon 2’s Inkopolis Square lets you show off your equipped clothing items and other accessories.

NBA 2K19 Tips & Tricks – How to Score Guide !

Scoring is essential if you’re going to win a game of NBA 2K19. In this NBA 2K19 Tips and Tricks Guide we’ll tell you how to score lots of points quickly and how to easily score in NBA 2K19.

  • Take time to learn who are superstars for your team. Just like in real life Steph Curry will be very different than Kyrie Irving. Knowing each player’s real life tendencies and strengths will give you a great foundation on how to use their digital counterparts.
  • Speed kills – Jamming on the sprint button keeps your players tired and also makes you predictable. Mix up your pace when dribbling and use your sprint in moments when your defender will least expect it.
  • Don’t be a player hater – Take some time and learn some of the sets and plays of the team you are using. Go into practice mode and run those plays with the play diagrams on. This will let you both see how it should be run and give you an idea on how each play’s spacing should work.
  • “Pick” your poison – One of the most underrated plays in all of basketball is the pick and roll. This subtle play gives both parts of the offense multiple routes with which to maneuver and keeps the defense guessing. The pick and roll game goes to the next level when you have players who can capitalize on it from both the shooter and cutter aspect. Also remember that if you have a “big” that has a decent mid-range shot, you can cause even more damage.
  • Remember that you have more passing options than you are used to. Passes don’t only have to be chest ones. Bounce passes are fantastic to post entries, Lead passes are amazing for cutting players. Always think of where you want a player to be instead of where they currently are. You’ll go from Raymond Felton to Jason Kidd level passing in no time.
  • “Motion of the Ocean” – Teams have built in motion offenses that are tailored to their personnel. If you see a play break down, don’t be afraid to let the team freestyle. You might find some goodness in places you didn’t expect.
  • Don’t forget to substitute players – If you are playing the game at simulation pace with full game minutes you’ll want to keep your stars fresh. Putting in some bench players before the half will keep them ready for the second half and also lets you get familiar with the other members of your team. You can also use a timeout to slow down a hot player on the opponent’s team.

Thank you to read my NBA 2K19 Tips & Tricks post !

Top 10 games you have to play

Hello gamers. After 4 months of this amazing year we will make a top 10 games , the most important games so far in 2018. There’s no denying it: just over halfway done and 2018 has already been a cracking year for games.We all know that the popularity of video games has exploded in the past two decades, going from the pastime of a few, to a culture for many, to a multi-billion dollar global business industry that continues to grow at an astounding pace. Gamers are everywhere, so no matter where you live, you can access a variety of game design blogs. It’s an exciting time for video game connoisseurs and creators.

We’ve risked life and limb in Dulvey, Lousiana, fenced with demons in ancient Japan, took down a mecha-t-rex with a slingshot, pulled off a heist inside somebody else’s head and even swapped blows with naked futuristic androids…If you’ve managed to keep up, then we commend you, but with all those big-name titles hogging the limelight, there’re bound to be some smaller ones you’ve missed.Hence, we’ve put together this handy checklist to help you stay abreast of things. Any here that got by you? Here we start…

1. Styx: Shards of Darkness

A tongue-in-cheek follow-up to 2014’s Styx: Master of Shadows, this comic fable of murderous goblins and fantasy kingdoms expands the original stealth-em-up gameplay with impressive visual chops and a hefty dose of two-player co-op.

What you’re missing: a foul-mouthed goblin spouting pop culture references as he knifes well-dressed elves from the shadows.

2. Yakuza 0

The second one in our list of top 10 games is Yakuza 0. The prequel to SEGA’s long-running and much-loved Yakuza series splashed down on PS4 earlier this year to a wave of high critical praise that left many uninitiated gamers wondering what all the fuss was about. If you’re one such person, this might just be perfect excuse to find out.

What you’re missing: a dark and dangerous world of gang crime, murder, mah-jong and karaoke.

3. The Turing Test

The somewhat blurry divide between human and machine intelligence is a quandary as old as the sci-fi genre, but that didn’t prevent the developers behind The Turing Test finding a surprising new angle on the subject in their deeply mysterious, explorative puzzler, released this year on PS4.

What you’re missing: funnily enough, what we’re all ‘missing’ is what The Turing Test really wants to answer.

4. The Sexy Brutale

If you’re looking for something truly unique in the narrative puzzle genre you’d struggle to find anything more original than The Sexy Brutale: a fantastically quirky aesthetic, a creepy little plotline and a clever use of time loop mechanics combine to make a game which is effortlessly intriguing.

What you’re missing: the sort of obsessive attention to detail that makes exploration truly rewarding.

5. Torment: Tides of Numenera

This long-awaited spiritual successor to Planescape: Torment was a crowd-funding sensation, meeting its initial funding target within just six hours. The final product, despite a number of delays, delivered PlayStation 4 one of the best classic RPG titles in years.

What you’re missing: a high-concept visual aesthetic quite unlike anything else on PlayStation 4.

6. Shadow Warrior 2

Flying Hog Games follow up to 2014’s Shadow Warrior dials their custom brand of boyish irreverence up to 11 as the foul-mouthed, no-nonsense Lo Wang returns to slice up demons, gangsters and rogue corporate entities alike – and this time he’s brought friends.

What you’re missing: probably one of the most satisfying co-operative first-person shooters since the Borderlands series.

7. Outlast 2

Ill-advised to anyone of a delicate disposition, Red Barrels brutal and deeply-disturbing follow-up to 2014’s Outlast is a gruelling descent into madness, isolation and fanaticism that’s punctuated by some of the most wholly unsettling imagery to ever appear in a video game.

What you’re missing: a no-holds-barred horror experience that will challenge more than just your competence with a controller.

8. Tales of Berseria

The long-running Tales of… series got a timely revamp this year with the latest instalment rejigging everything from combat and exploration to overall tone and, in doing so, delivered one of the freshest franchise entries in years.

What you’re missing: the series’ first ever mainline female protagonist, Velvet, leading a distinctly anti-hero cast of characters.

9. Little Nightmares

Tarsier Studios got thoroughly under our skin in May with their simple, unassuming horror title about a lost child in a giant sub-nautical doll house. Filled with the kind of chilling and surreal imagery that fuels childhood nightmares it was timely reminder that there’s more to the genre than zombies and axe-murderers.

What you’re missing: some of the most psychologically unsettling design work since the Silent Hill series.

10. RiME

The lastest game released but not the last one of the list top 10 games is Rime.After a lengthy labour of love, this year finally saw the launch of Tequila Work’s RiME. First teased to audiences all the way back in 2013, this incredibly polished puzzle platformer has proved worth every bit of the wait, delivering one of the more memorable gaming experiences this generation.

What you’re missing: a game that hums with so much artistic confidence that it’s simply a pleasure to behold.

This was our favourite top 10 games so far in 2018. We will soon come back with information about the latest games that have been released this month and about the games that will be available by the end of this year.