Dragon Quest XI: Echoes of an Elusive Age Guide: Story, battles and pre-order bonuses

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As big fans of pun-tastic, regional-accent-filled, goofy Slime-fighting Japanese role-playing game series Dragon Quest, we can’t help feeling like Square Enix have been a right old tease lately. No mainline game has hit the West since 2009’s Dragon Quest IX: Sentinels of the Starry Skies for the humble DS, and handheld remakes of pretty much every entry in the series so far have been the only traditional Dragon Quest role playing fix we’ve had ever since (not that we’re complaining, but…

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How Much VRAM Do I Need for Gaming (at 1080P, 1440P, 4K)

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How Much VRAM Do I Need

One question that a lot of PC gamers have when choosing a graphics card, is, “how much VRAM do I need?” The reality is that there is no one right answer to how much VRAM one might need.

The amount of VRAM (Video Random Access Memory) you need will vary depending on a few different factors. And, in this guide, we’re going to break down what those factors are, as well as explain what VRAM is, and we’ll give you a rough estimate of how much you’ll need based on the games, resolution,…

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War of Crypto pre-sale shows the popularity of blockchain

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Blockchain is the buzzword of the year, especially in the world of mobile gaming. But it’s not the easiest phenomenon to understand. What is a blockchain anyway? And what’s this trendy ‘crypto’ prefix all about?

Keep reading, because we are going to blow your mind.

Game developer Lucille Games revealed the first trailer for War of Crypto at E3 this June. The game is a free-to-play PvP RPG for PC, iOS, and Android, and it’s based on blockchain.

That means the heroes in the…

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State of Mind is an Intriguing, Futuristic, Neon-Bathed Adventure – GameSpew

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In the future, nobody knows you’re a robot. Because you’re not. Honest.

It’s hard to overlook State of Mind’s Blade Runner-esque aesthetic. The game takes place in a city drenched in so much neon you’d think it was going out of fashion. Yet far from relying on the usual cyberpunk game tropes, State of Mind actually goes out of its way to cover new ground. Sure, there are robots roaming the streets but you’d be hard pressed to mistake any of State of…

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Pool Panic Review

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While some might argue the pool-puzzle-adventure genre is somewhat over populated, it is always nice to see a new contender in this crowded arena to see if there can be some new innovations. Removing tongue from cheek, Pool Panic does a lot of new things that help it to really stand out from the other options for this kind of game. The game is set in a world populated by living and often incredibly emotional pool balls that all have personalities and different…

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Assassin’s Creed: Odyssey Impressions | E3 2018 • The Game Fanatics

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Transported back in time once again, Assassin’s Creed: Odyssey puts players in the middle of one of the deadliest conflicts of history: the Peloponnesian War. Going hands-on with the game, Ubisoft places us at the peak of Greece’s Golden Age showing us that this franchise is far from dead but instead, fully revived.

Watch: Assassin’s Creed: Odyssey Hands-on Gameplay & Impressions

Assassin’s Creed: Odyssey – What’s New?

While there are a lot of new additions Ubisoft brought…

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Getting a handle on Legends of Aria – Massively Overpowered

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One of the great benefits of reading the wealth of MMO blogs out there is that you can touch base on a huge variety of games that you might not have time to play. Haven’t gotten around to checking in with the indie sandbox Legends of Aria? The blogosphere has you covered!

While Superior Realities thinks that there’s a “skeleton of a good game” in Aria, he wasn’t won over by the closed beta: “After about thirty minutes of dealing with bugs, spectacularly tedious and old school…

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AWC Finals, America’s Defeat, And A Crude Summer Cartoon – TouchArcade

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Welcome to the twelfth Arena of Valor Weekly Roundup! Can you believe it’s been three months already? With a new hero showing up to play every 2 weeks on average, this week isn’t a big one for those not interested in competitive play. But for those who are? The AWC finals start today!

For everyone else, there’s new Swag Sunday details, a new skin promotion that’s already throwing out freebies, and a Summer Bash skin animation that’s not quite as cringe-inducing as the last….

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The business case for a streaming Xbox

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We’re still a pretty long way out from being able to talk about the next generation of console hardware in anything approaching concrete terms – but every new drip of information or rumour that does make its way into the wild hints strongly at a much more central role for game streaming technology when new consoles finally drop in a couple of years’ time.

While game streaming in the current generation…

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The Express Killer on Steam

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About This Game

Detective Case and Clown Bot in: The Express Killer

The Express Killer is the sequel to Murder in the Hotel Lisbon. It follows the classic point and click adventure formula from the 80’s and 90’s. The game itself runs at a native resolution of 256×192, the same resolution used by the old ZX Spectrum 48k and the Nintendo DS.

Synopsis:
Someone has been killing passengers on the express train from Lisbon to Porto, every single day since Tuesday! Someone needs to…

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