In 2019, we will take on the role of researchers, rangers, saviors and detectives, and in doing so we will visit some truly interesting worlds.It could be said that 2019 won't be the year of high-budget RPG projects. During it, we are unlikely to play Cyberpunk 2077 and Starfield, and we should not expect either Dragon Age 4 or The Elder Scrolls 6. However, RPG games in 2019 have one consoling fact - most of them take place in new worlds, which in translation means that we expect a bit of originality and some fresh ideas from them. Here are the
Gore, video games have always been associated with the most visceral presentation of it even more so than movies at times due to it's interactive nature, but the actual tech used by games in order to develop a sense of tension and blood splattering violence has not always been incredibly convincing, with a few notorious leaps in progression from time to time.Resident Evil 2 Remake appears to be another great leap in the right direction.Let us not forget the earliest examples of "Gore" in games like the original Mortal Kombat, while at the time it sent adults into a frenzy and
eSports hopefuls in the UK will have better opportunities in the future because of the addition of gaming scholarships. The University of Roehampton London is offering the first eSports scholarship program in the country this academic year (2019). Ten scholarships will be given for this first year and each will shoulder £1,500 for a student on any course and level. The programme works like traditional sports scholarships in that those who want to enroll will have to demonstrate aptitude in the field. Why the need for such programmes? The rise of eSports worldwide means new global market sectors and investment opportunities
We've probably all revisited an old game from our past at one point or another, to reminisce to simpler times, indulge feelings of nostalgia or to share a game that means something to us with our children or loved ones. Remasters are popular for the very same reason, they give us reasons to go back a relive an experience that once gave us joy.We all have different tastes and experiences and because of that, have played different games over our years - some of these could have been rare or abandoned titles that have no accessible presence in the modern world.
We’ve covered news local to “Opium Pulses HQ” in the past with the ‘Bring the Game Over’ service offered in and around Oxfordshire, United Kingdom. This time should interest both local and international video game collectors as most of what’s on offer can be bought across the globe!Recently, in my sleepy hometown of Faringdon, a temporary store popped up among the seemingly dying street of shops and I was instantly intrigued. The plan so far is to only stay open until the end of 2018, however the journey has been a positive one so who knows what will happen?Simply named ‘Gaming