Just a few weeks ago we talked about Realm of the Mad God, the “co-op fantasy mmo shooter” from Wild Shadow Studios. Even since then a lot of us here at ThinkComputers have been playing the game. I myself have unlocked all of the character classes, had many level 20 characters, explored many of the dungeons and even defeated Oryx a few times. Even though I’ve had some awesome characters with great gear I ended up dying and when you die in the game you are permanently dead. This is a real bummer, but it does keep the game interested. When you start a new character the first thing you want to do is get back up to level 20 so in this Gaming Friday I will be going over some of the easiest way to reach level 20.
I’m sure many of your are familiar with the term “Rage Quit”. Basically what it means is playing a video game, getting so mad at it and flipping out before quitting. I’m sure if you play games you have seen this happen or even done it yourself. It is hilarious when it happens. The guys over at Rooster Teeth (makers of the Red vs. Blue series) actually have a show called Rage Quit. In the show they have their subject Michael play very hard or difficult games till he flips out. A friend sent me a Rage Quit video a few weeks ago and since then I’ve watched everyone that they have produced.
Have you ever thought about robbing a bank, c’mon I know you have. This is just one of the scenarios that you are able to play out online with friends or in single player mode on Payday: The Heist. This first-person shooter is unlike others where you are fighting in a war, against aliens, or in some arena. Here you are able to play the bad guys and break the law and six action-packed and thrilling scenarios, one of which is robbing a bank. Read on to see what this game is all about!
It is Friday and you know what that mean, it is Gaming Friday! Today we have a really awesome game that I found out about last week at FITES LANFest and I haven’t stopped playing it since. The game is coined as a “co-op fantasy mmo shooter”. So can you really combine all of those things together and come out with a good game? Well I sure think so and so does Wild Shadow Studios the independent developer of the game. After playing this game once you will keep on coming back, oh and did I mention it has the classic 8-bit theme to it? Read on to see what Realm of the Mad God is all about.
That’s right Gaming Friday is back! Not only do we have quite a few games to tell you guys about we also will be attending quite a few gaming events this year! Today we are attending our first, FITES LANFest 2012! This 200 person LAN party is held in Mechanicsburg, PA. It is currently the largest LAN party in Pennsylvania and the 3rd largest in the North East. Read on to see what this LAN party is all about and keep checking back throughout the weekend for updates!
I got into the Steam for Android beta and thought I would share some screenshots with our readers! The interface is pretty slick. I’m a little annoyed that it feels more like an iPhone app than an Android app, but hopefully it’ll improve in future versions.
Upon sign-in, the user is presented with their friends list and can start a chat with anyone who is online.
If you’re a casual poker player who likes to log on and play a few hands every week, pretty much any laptop, desktop, or even tablet device will more than suffice, especially if you just play one or two tables at a time.
For more serious online players, though, you’ll definitely need to pay a little more attention to your setup, as top players can easily log 500,000 or more hands over the course of the year. You’ll need a machine that can handle that sort of volume but also one that lets you play poker as efficiently as possible, with small improvements here and there adding up over that many hands.
Linux gaming isn’t something we here at ThinkComputers often cover, but when big things happen, we like to mention them! Yesterday, Desura, a digital distribution channel for video games, released a Linux version of its network client. It’s the culmination of months of hard work by Desura team and its beta testers.
I’m not a huge PC gamer, I’m sure that if you have been reading the Gaming Friday articles you already know that. I guess that I have just been waiting for a good game to come out for me to really get back in to it. I was a huge fan of the original Battlefield series, I played it a lot during LAN parties and if you had a good group of people together it was a lot of fun. After the first game I really never got in to the other games in the series. Well a couple of weeks ago this video came out and I knew I had to check the beta out when it was opened up.
Gears of War is one of the biggest franchises to be created during the current (7th) console generation. The first Gears of War launched back in 2006, the second in 2008, and the third in 2011. What started off as a simple war between humans and locusts, has spawned a trilogy of intense third person cover based gameplay.
The third installment of the Gears of War series picks up quite some time after the second. Epic has included a video to fill in the time gap between the two games, while also getting any completely new players caught up to speed. While that is all fun and gravy, the question is, how does Gears of War 3 differ from its predecessors?
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