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Keep Talking And Nobody Explodes Review

Game DescriptionKeep Talking and Nobody Explodes is a game where you're taking the role of a bomb diffuser, alone in a closed room, one on one against the bomb. Your only hope lies in your friends, who are in possession of the manual on how to defuse it. But there's a catch - they can't see the bomb, you can't see the manual! Better prepare your throat and your brain - it's you against the clock!Quick SummaryIncredibly fun concept that will keep you entertained for hoursEasy to look at graphics, just enough for what the game needs, and it works greatI've

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Why eSports Should Be Taken Seriously

"League of Legends Tournament" by camknows is licensed under CC BY-NC-SA 2.0  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 offered the first eSports scholarship program in the country last 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 enrol will have to demonstrate aptitude in the field. Why the need for such programmes? The rise

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Top 10 Co-Op Games to Play with a Partner (Part 1)

Co-op gaming has been big in my life the past couple of years since my partner didn’t live in the same area as me. In any relationship, you try to spend as much time together as possible, with us being in a long-distance relationship we are limited as to what we can do together and for many others lately with having to self- isolate during the covid-19 pandemic. Being both gamers it’s natural to want to dive into co-op games. Saying that these are games that I have explored with my partner and have loved. Fair warning. I am TERRIBLE at

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Streets of Rogue Review

Play as a vampire, hacker, gorilla, bartender, or 22 other characters in this weird, great roguelike.On my first run, I'm an assassin, backstabbing enemies and slinging shuriken. Then I'm a jock, barrelling through walls and swinging a baseball bat. Next, I'm a gorilla, flanked by three other primates, tearing scientists apart with my bare hands in the middle of downtown. Somehow, I avoid the patrolling cops on that last one, probably because I’d injected two of my companions with an invisibility serum—plus, there was a riot in the streets, turning the level into a mosh pit of gang fights, enraged shop

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Mordhau Review

If you happened to be gaming on the PC in the early 2010's, you might have heard of a somewhat niche but highly popular multiplayer game by the name of Chivalry: Medieval Warfare. As the name may infer, this was a fighting title with medieval-era weaponry that paired simple to understand but difficult to master swordplay mechanics with an immersive team-based objective mode that made for some of the most engaging and blood-pumping competitive multiplayer I have ever experienced, even with some technical hiccups. Despite the success of Chivalry, developers Torn Banner chose to abandon the IP, with their next project