December Freebies for PlayStation!

Hello and Happy Holidays!

As is now tradition, December can always be counted on by the gaming community to be the month that throws up an interesting set of freebie online games at various levels of membership (and yes, even at the level of a lack of membership). So in the spirit of gift-receiving, hear yea, hear yea! Sony (PlayStation) has finally declared the free video games it is offering! One heads up though: These games are free only for those who hold PlayStation Plus memberships.

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Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker – For Brains not Brawn


Also known as “Susume! Kinopio-taicho”, it was released in Japan this same year of 2014 earlier this November. ‘Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker’, though, is scheduled for release in North America shortly on December 4th 2014. But the rest of the world will unfortunately have to be patient till the year 2015 for its release. Continue reading “Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker – For Brains not Brawn” »

Microsoft and Sony Butt Heads to Win First Place as the Next Generation Gaming Console!

With the new Xbox one from Microsoft, Microsoft will be competing directly and aggressively with Sony’s Play Station 4 (PS4). This eight generation console competition will determine the place, position, popularity and success of either gaming console, all of it depending on which console ends up the most impressive!

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‘Warlords of Draenor’ Breathes Life back into ‘World of Warcraft’

Gamers, let’s face it, ‘World of Warcraft’ hasn’t exactly been high on the gaming list recently – and certainly not at the level it had been when it was initially released. The characters aren’t exactly known for their visual appeal, and neither is the world’s layout. Added to that, the purpose and quests of the game has been severely lacking, tedious, and predictable.
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Enter the World of ‘Dragon Age: Inquisition’ via the ‘Dragon Age Keep’


A fond note to all Dragon Age gamers: Rejoice! For ‘Dragon Age: Inquisition’ is here at last! What’s more, the Dragon Age Keep application has been adapted to make sure both old and new gamers get adequately familiar with the game application before they plunge in. In fact, players will be immediately and initially greeted with over three hundred questions – meaning that the old Dragon Keep gamers will be able to set up their previous game preferences as closely as possible.

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A Year End Gaming Review: Best-Selling Video Games of 2014

Granted, 2014 isn’t quite over yet. But as far as video games go, it’s a fast race. And despite more anticipated game releases coming up in November and December, seeing how fast the year is passing, it seems a pretty good time to review some of the best-selling video games that dominated the major part of 2014.

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2015’s Most Anticipated Video Games!

With great video games like ‘Destiny’, ‘Dragon Age: Inquisition’ and ‘Assassin’s Creed Unity’ being released even at the tail-end of the year 2014, no one can say that this year didn’t do the gaming world proud. But once a standard is set, people expect only even better things ahead. By that logic, it’s no surprise that 2015 has a host of possible video games to be released. And the gaming world is anticipating a lot from those releases.

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The Best Xbox One Games to Buy this Year!

In this article, I have shared with my readers reviews about the new Xbox One games that are worth purchasing in 2014. Amid multitude of games, game enthusiasts have a high chance of getting lost thinking which game(s) to buy and which to leave for the time being.

Diablo III: Reaper of Souls – Ultimate Evil Edition

Those of you who have enjoyed playing the previous version of this game last year will find Diablo III: Reaper of Souls – Ultimate Evil Edition all the more interesting and fun-filled. I have already played Diablo III or D3 a couple of times and I must say playing this new game is worth my time. The game progresses smoothly and offers more control. I simply loved the way of using the joystick to go on a rampage fighting with the mighty creatures in D3. Diablo III: Reaper of Souls – Ultimate Evil Edition comes with an ‘Adventure Mode’ that lets the players view a map where modest objective-oriented tasks are given such as Kill A, Shoot B, and more. As per the new Adventure Mode map, there are a total of 25 missions. On completing each mission, you will earn rewards. In addition, there are ‘Nephalem Rifts’ that offers a one-stop great dungeon voyage. Campaign Mode is also there where a gamer will get the freedom to slash and kill the enemies. It is an overall bloody affair and will be fun playing with your friends.


Plants vs Zombies: Garden Warfare

People who are tired playing the dynamic, warfare games, the Plants vs Zombies: Garden Warfare offers a great switch over from a fast to a slower mode. In this game, you will find a riot of colors, full entertainment and stupidity. Yes, stupid! There are stupid looking plants and zombies fighting against each other. Players can choose from the four different kinds of plants and zombies to start the unique gaming experience. Each of these plants and zombies possess special skills. They have specific weapons to use. For example, the zombies have a jetpack and rocket launcher while the plants have impermanent speed boost move, etc. The major attraction of Plants vs Zombies: Garden Warfare is switching of characters that make the game all the more interesting. Overall, it is worth buying the game this year since it presents some tricky situations to unlock each set of objectives and continue earning bonus currency.


This game is best for people who simply love the ‘race and chase’ game. Although this game does not come with many new features yet the best part of it is mixing of the greatest parts to create an exciting, fun-filled game of cops and racers. There are two roles to choose – either become the high-speed racer trying to escape from law or be the guardian of law chasing the speedy cars. Just like all previous games, in Need for Speed: Rivals, the gamers will have to complete each mission to move to the next step and get new cars, rewards and upgrades as available. The new AllDrive system for the first time in any game allows you to prevent unwanted collision on road.