Beginner’s Guide To Halo Infinite Multiplayer

Halo revolutionized multiplayer gaming, creating a competitive landscape that everyone wants to dominate. However, if you’re just getting into the series with Halo Infinite, you may feel like you’re behind the curve. And if you’re still debating on whether to get the game or not, make sure to load up on some Xbox Live Gift Card from OffGamers right here! Anyways, don’t fret. You’re far from being the only one, and there are surefire ways … Read more

Valorant’s Chamber Character Guide: Master of Guns

The latest Agent to join the Valorant roster is Chamber! Fans have been wildly speculating a character by the name of Deadeye to be released with this latest update and it’s safe to assume that Deadeye is Chamber. He was supposed to be released with the Episode 3 Act 3 battle pass update but has since been delayed. No worries, delays are oftentimes a good thing rather than a bad thing. It helps developers fix … Read more

‘Souldiers’ Trailer Announces Gorgeous, Satisfyingly Tough Metroidvania will Reach Nintendo Switch and PC in Spring 2022

Madrid, Spain (Oct. 21, 2021) – Working in partnership with publisher Dear Villagers (The Forgotten City, ScourgeBringer), indie studio Retro Forge Games has announced that their debut ‘Souldiers’ will be released on Switch as well as PC, with a launch planned for Spring 2022. To celebrate the announcement they also published a full game reveal trailer.  Watch the new trailer here: Souldiers wraps Metroidvania exploration, crunchy Soulslike combat and precision platforming into one gorgeous pixelated … Read more

inXile Announces Cult of the Holy Detonation DLC & Wasteland 3 Colorado Collection

Larkspur, Calif. (August 24, 2021) – With gamescom and the one-year anniversary of Wasteland 3 right around the corner, inXile entertainment and Prime Matter are proud to announce the second and final DLC expansion for Wasteland 3 – Cult of the Holy Detonation – and the release of the “Colorado Collection” bundle, are both launching digitally on October 5, 2021. About the Cult of the Holy Detonation expansion: A nuclear detonation stuck in time, a … Read more

Hardcore Beat Em Ups To Let Off Steam

Sometimes you just need a good beat ‘em up game to let all your frustrations and anger out. A stress reliever if you will. There’s nothing wrong with it and honestly if it helps you control your emotions, why not? Plus, beat ‘em ups are generally a lot of fun. Since most of these games can be found on Steam, make sure to get your Steam Wallet Codes from OffGamers to prepare yourself for a … Read more

Pros & Cons: PopCon Indy 2021

  For months on end, convention goers and fans of many different genres of pop culture have been desperately waiting to attend conventions in person once again. For the city of Indianapolis, this wait has finally come to an end. A few weeks ago I had the privilege of attending my 8th PopCon with this being only the 7th in-person event for PopCon Indy. Last year, PopCon faced some challenges with their Virtual PopCon, but … Read more

Expansion Made Easy in Stellaris

In every game, you should be able to make the best out of your empire so that you can maximize the use of it. Just like in the match of Stellaris, you might want to increase its administrative capacity so that you can fully enjoy the perks of it. There are plenty of sites that lets you have a great idea in Stellaris organizational capacity boost tricks without compromising other factors in the game. Some … Read more

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Zombies, demons, and unimaginable monstrosities lie in wait on the moons of Jupiter – survival is NOT guaranteed

Warsaw, Poland – July 15th, 2021 — Do you have what it takes to survive the demonic forces of Jupiter in a game where turn-based tactics and roguelike collide? Jupiter Hell, from developer ChaosForge and publisher, Hyperstrange launches out of Early Access this Aug. 5th, 2021. It will be available on Steam, GOG, and Humble for $24.99 with a 20% discount at launch. Watch the Absolute Chaos in the Cinematic Jupiter Hell Date Reveal Trailer! … Read more

Best Games Halfway Through 2021 So Far

Best Games Halfway Through 2021 So Far After a hard 2020 with postponed games and problems, the video gaming industry finally caught up with the demand. I wish we can say the same thing about GPU prices though. So far in 2021, we’ve had some of the most memorable games of the decade, and some of these titles will go on to become cult classics for sure.  Even so, developers have yet to unlock the … Read more

Grinding in Games: Joyful Progress or Repetitive Nonsense?

Game developers, I hope you’re listening, because this is gonna be a doozy. We all know you have to eat, and to eat you have to get people to play your game (and possibly spend money), but as a general rule, you should really be careful about how you have your players spend their time. Because be honest – and cut the greed here – do you sincerely feel good about yourself when you make … Read more

Sports Games You Can Play on Your PS4

Summer is here and since we can’t really be playing sports outside right now with the pandemic still roaming around, how about we stay home and watch football matches or play games instead?  With that said, make sure to get some beIN Connect Cards to pay for your subscriptions if you’re thinking of watching the Euro 2020 and COPA America 2021. Now, to get you into the football spirit, here are some sports games that … Read more

7 Mobile Games Similar To Genshin Impact.

Genshin Impact is turning a year old in September of this year and it is ever-improving still. If you’re a fan of different worlds and gods, you might get hooked. So, how did it take the world by storm despite a short amount of time? It’s a free high-quality game! The visuals and gameplay of this game are no joke. Not to mention the wide variety of characters you could play with that could easily … Read more

Mobile Games Similar To Minecraft.

Everybody has heard of Minecraft at this point, it’s a huge game with a global audience. It’s a game that brings together people of all age groups and ethnicity to game and experience an open sandbox world. Which is why we’re bringing to you this article on mobile games that are similar to the Minecraft experience. For those of you who don’t know what Minecraft is, we’re assuming you’re living under a rock – blatantly … Read more

Surgeon Simulator 2 “Bad Blood” Update to Add Nine Competitive Levels, Leaderboards, and Much More!

London, UK (March 1, 2021) — BAFTA-winning independent developer Bossa Studios announced the release of “Bad Blood” for Surgeon Simulator 2, a free update bringing helpful tweaks to the in-game UI, creation mode additions, global leaderboards, and nine new hilariously ridiculous competitive levels. With Bad Blood, Bossa Studios is looking to test every would-be doctor in the form of nine new competitive levels — all of which are coming today to Surgeon Simulator 2 owners completely … Read more

Genshin Impact Xiao Character Guide

With the 1.3 update, Genshin Impact welcomes a new 5-star character to its roster! Xiao was previously featured in the beta but has not made an appearance in the game’s full release until now. He is known as a withdrawn character living at the Wangshu Inn but in the Lantern Rites Festival Event that update 1.3 brings, we get to see him come out of his shell even more. If you’re excited to pull his … Read more

Encodya Released Today on Steam

WIESBADEN, GERMANY (January 26, 2021) – Publisher Assemble Entertainment and developer Chaosmonger Studio are pleased to announce that their Bladerunner-meets-Full Throttle point-and-click adventure game, Encodya, is now available on Steam and GOG. In classic Assemble Entertainment fashion, a special “Save the World” edition is also available, which comes with the official artbook, soundtrack, several “making-of” videos, and gorgeous high definition wallpapers. In keeping with the game’s theme, for every “Save the World” edition sold, Assemble … Read more

The intricate absence of Half-Life music

Do you remember any music from the HL series before Half-Life: Alyx? You probably do, but in a weird way. It’s obvious that some music was in the game, but you probably cannot remember any specific track of melody. If you’d buy a HL game key right now and play through the whole game again, your impression would probably stay the same. This relative absence of music in the Half-Life series is an integral part … Read more