Warzone 2.0 Review

Ali Hasan November 30, 2022

Warzone 2.0 Review

Call of Duty Warzone took the world by storm when it was first released in 2020, a battle royale game wasn’t something new for Call of Duty as the series had experimented with a similar title through 2018’s Blackout, as part of the release with Call of Duty: Black Ops IIII. Warzone, however, took it one step further by building what was at that time the most robust and expansive battle royale game. Over the course of the next two-years Warzone had its ups and downs, with two map refreshes and an abundance of new weapons that were added with the launch of Call of Duty Black Ops Cold War and Call of Duty Vanguard but towards the end of 2021, the game had hit a massive slog. Warzone had become overstuffed and overcomplicated, moving away from its original philosophy which was a simplistic yet fun battle royale game that

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The Witcher 3 Next-Gen Update: What to Expect

Ali Hasan November 27, 2022

The Witcher 3 Next-Gen Update: What to Expect

The next generation version of the highly popular and beloved action RPG, The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is finally headed to PS5, Xbox Series X, and S early next month. This version of the game was initially announced two years ago, alongside the launch of the ninth generation of gaming consoles but information has remained scarce up till now. CD Projekt Red held a special showcase presentation last week highlighting just what fans can expect from this version of the Witcher 3 including several QOL changes, graphical updates, and even some new content inspired by the Netflix TV series. Ray Tracing and Higher Settings The next-gen version of The Witcher 3 will feature ray-traced global illumination, replacing the outdated PVR solution, adding further depth to the overall lighting, while this feature won’t be present on Series S consoles it will be available on PS5 and Xbox Series X. The game

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GameNama Weekly #10

Ali Hasan November 26, 2022

GameNama Weekly #10

On this week’s GameNama we’ll go over major developments in Microsoft’s acquisition of Activision-Blizzard along with exciting updates on Ubisoft’s remake of the original Splinter Cell. Also in this week’s coverage is news regarding the sequel to Bayonetta 3, some long-awaited features for Rainbow Six Siege, and a new big-budget AAA PC title coming from a very unexpected publisher. Ubisoft Debuts New Concept Art from The Splinter Cell Remake The last Splinter Cell game, Splinter Cell: Blacklist was released nearly a decade ago and received generally positive reviews from fans and critics alike but after that, the franchise just fizzled out, mostly due to a lack of direction and fatigue. A VR game was in development but was canned by Ubisoft following uncertain economic situations. In keeping with the recent trends of remakes and remasters, Ubisoft put their Toronto studio on a from-the-ground-up remake of the first game. The Splinter

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GameNama Weekly #9

Ali Hasan November 20, 2022

GameNama Weekly #9

On this week’s GameNama we’ll go over some exciting updates for the next-gen version of the widely popular The Witcher 3 as well as new details on Insomniac’s next outing in the Spiderman universe, Spiderman 2. Also in this week’s coverage is delays relating to the long-awaited Dead Island 2 and the shelving of the long-rumored and leaked Xbox Game Pass streaming box. Keep on reading to find out more. Spiderman 2 Casting News Offers Some Insight into the Game’s potential Storyline Anticipation for Insomniac’s next outing in the Spiderman universe has been high, to say the least. First teased during Sony’s 2021 PlayStation showcase event alongside a new Wolverine game, the sequel is currently slated for a 2023 release. Information has been scarce but a former actor accidentally revealed potential details about what to expect from the game. Scott Porter, the actor who voiced Harry Osborne in the first

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God Of War Ragnarök Review

Ali Hasan November 15, 2022

God Of War Ragnarök Review

2018s God of War set a gold standard for narrative-driven games, Kratos and Atreus’ long and emotional journey was a far cry from what the franchise had previously seen. Making Kratos a multi-dimensional and layered character who not only had to fight the demons of his past but also had to deal with being a father felt like a natural evolution for the character and one that worked remarkably well in the context of the themes and tones of the game. The narrative was so perfectly presented in a world so beautifully realized, that it often felt like the studio wouldn’t have anywhere to go but despite this, Santa Monic Studios one-ups itself once again with God of War Ragnarök, taking the player on a poignant story complemented by incredible performances, surprising twists and turns and everything else you’ve come to expect from a God of War game! God of

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GameNama Weekly #8

Ali Hasan November 13, 2022

GameNama Weekly #8

On this week’s GameNama we’ll go over exciting updates on the long-awaited Wizarding World RPG, Hogwarts Legacy, the sequel to Control, and the highly anticipated Warzone 2.0 and Call of Duty’s take on escape from Tarkov, DMZ as well as some not so good news related to the Project Cars series. Keep on reading to find out more! Hogwarts Legacy Receives its first Extended Gameplay The long-awaited Harry Potter open-world RPG, Hogwarts Legacy finally received an extended gameplay deep dive from some of its development team. The stream, which lasted for around 40 minutes delved into many facets of the game including combat, character creation, and exploration of the beautifully realized castle and its surroundings.   Hogwarts Legacy is set to feature a robust character creator complete with a voiced protagonist and a diverse selection of different hair, eye, and skin colors as well as scars and accessories like glasses.

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GameNama Weekly #7

Ali Hasan November 5, 2022

GameNama Weekly #7

On This week’s GameNama we will go over exciting updates for long-announced games including Atomic Heart and the next entry in the Final Fantasy series, Final Fantasy 16 in addition to new information on Sony’s next generation virtual reality headset, PS VR2 for the PlayStation 5. Keep on reading to find out more! Atomic Heart Finally Has a Release Date Atomic Heart, the surreal alternate history soviet era FPS from developer Mundfish is officially slated for February 21, 2023, across PlayStation Xbox, and PC. Preorders are now live. First revealed in 2018, Atomic Heart combines elements of horror, role-playing, and survival against an almost fantastical backdrop of an alternate reality soviet era. Players will have to loot and scrounge to survive the harsh world in addition to facing off against hordes of robotic enemies and giant boss battles. God of War Ragnarök Opens with Rave Reviews Santa Monica Studios’ latest

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PS VR2 Pricing and Release Date Announced

Ali Hasan November 4, 2022

PS VR2 Pricing and Release Date Announced

Sony’s next-generation virtual reality headset is right around the corner and the Japanese tech giant has finally revealed details on when the headset will be available along with pricing details and bundles that will be available at launch. Many third- and first-party developers also revealed new games coming to PS VR2 when it launches early next year. PS VR2 Will Officially Launch this February As revealed by the PlayStation Blog, PlayStation VR2 will officially launch on February 22, 2023, with preorders starting later this month. The standard edition will come with the headset, PS VR2 Sense controllers, and stereo headphones. At launch, a bundle featuring the Horizon VR spinoff game will also be available. The standard edition will retail for $549.99 / €599.99 / £529.99 / ¥74,980 while the Horizon bundle will retail for $599.99 / €649.99 / £569.99 / ¥79,980. The Horizon bundle will come with everything included in

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Our Thoughts on Assassin’s Creed Mirage

GameUtha November 3, 2022

Our Thoughts on Assassin’s Creed Mirage

In this video we will discuss our thoughts on new Assassin’s Creed Mirage. What to expect? Who is Basim and how would Baghdad be like. What are the Two Major changes coming to New Assassin’s Creed Mirage? All that and much more. If You Like the video make sure to Subscribe to our YouTube channel so you don’t miss any exciting gaming video.

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GameNama Weekly #6

Ali Hasan October 30, 2022

GameNama Weekly #6

On this week’s GameNama we will go over the newly announced Witcher Remake from developer CD Projekt Red and Fools Theory as well as an exciting update for Fallout 4 and some not-so-good news for sci-fi horror game The Callisto Protocol. Keep on reading to find out this and more! The Witcher is Set to Receive a Full Remake The Witcher, which originally came out in 2007 and spawned the much beloved The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, is set to receive a full, from-the-ground-up remake. The game will be built in Unreal Engine 5 in collaboration with developer Fool’s Theory. A remake for the first game makes complete sense because by today’s standards it does not hold up well at all. The project is still a couple of years out as the developers want to do this remake justice. CD Projekt Red says that it will be a while before

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