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Genshin Impact Review

Genshin Impact gained a bit of traction since it’s released, and the game made $50 million in the first week. Obviously, we are talking about a new open-world trending free-to-play game available for PC, PlayStation 4, and even for your phone or tablet.People are saying that Genshin Impact is one of the most impressive free-to-play games ever experienced, so let’s jump down into details to see what this game is about.In most cases, when you see a free-to-play game, you are expecting either some sort of competitive multiplayer game or a low-quality game. However, Genshin's Impact is neither of these.It is

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RuneScape's Various Game Modes Explained

RuneScape is one of the longest living MMORPGs, consistently playable in one version or another since 2001!Besides the standard experience, Jagex has offered many variants over the years, from legacy versions, alternative servers, to complete game redesigns. Allow us to list and describe the different ways to experience the game, including those sadly no longer with us.RuneScape 1-3These are the base game variants of RuneScape, four major versions have launched over the years since 1999 and the latest version is still available to play today.Devious MUDThe first version of RuneScape released to the public in 1999 was named Devious MUD (Multi-User

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Stick Fight: The Game Mobile Launches Global Closed Beta

They might be 5-inches thick, but they are 17 inches of stupid. After peaceful negotiation breaks down, violence erupts. Stick Fight pits four idiots against each other in physics-based combat. Defeat your enemies in order to prove that you are always right, no matter what.The closed beta Android launch of Stick Fight: The Game Mobile has been announced by NetEase Games and Landfall Games. It is the mobile version of the popular PC game, Stick Fight: The Game, developed by NetEase Games and licensed by Landfall. In addition, this mobile version also allows Android players to get in on the fight.The original

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6 Mistakes Blizzard Made When Announcing Diablo Immortal

At BlizzCon this year Blizzard announced Diablo Immortal, a mobile spin-off to be released next year for iOS and Android devices, co-developed by Blizzard themselves and Chinese game developers ‘NetEase’, known mostly for their heavily inspired online mobile games.This announcement didn’t go down very well with fans at all and lead to an explosion of criticism and expression of disappointment by gamers all over the internet. Diablo Immortal likely won’t be a bad title considering its platform; however this isn’t the focus of Blizzard’s community outcry.There’s several reasons people think the reveal was such a disaster, let’s go over some of

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Your PC games can now be played on mobile phones!

LiquidSky -  a service for streaming games is currently testing a mobile application that allows gamers to play PC games on their mobile.What would you say to the idea of playing Overwatch on your mobile phone? If you didn't close this article, read on because it is allegedly possible. The service LiquidSky for streaming games started the public testing of its mobile applications for Android devices, with which it is technically possible to stream PC game via a home network to the mobile device.Sounds perfect, right? In theory - yes. In practice, there are several restrictions which we will have to

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