Day: April 29, 2020

Twitch Makes New Rule Over 24/7 Valorant Streams
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Twitch Makes New Rule Over 24/7 Valorant Streams

There’s always a few trends that come and go on Twitch. When a brand new game releases, you can find tons of streamers and viewers actively enjoying the channel content being offered. As a result, the current trend right now is Valorant, the upcoming free-to-play FPS game being released from Riot Games. While there is plenty of viewers that are actively watching simply to see what the new game is about, it’s also coming packed with viewers trying to get access to the game. read more

Free PlayStation Plus Games For May 2020 Announced
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Free PlayStation Plus Games For May 2020 Announced

If you’re unfamiliar with PlayStation Plus, this is a subscription service that allows players access to online multiplayer gameplay features, special discounts, and free video games each and every month. The service grants players with a couple of free video games every month and if you keep up your subscription service, you can enjoy the games as long as you like. However, once you miss a payment, the games are taken away, but it’s a nice way to get a few free video games each month to keep you busy between your most anticipated video game launches. read more

Roots of Pacha Official Announcement And Trailer
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Roots of Pacha Official Announcement And Trailer

Roots of Pacha is finally ready to be fully revealed, and will be coming to Nintendo Switch (and more).

For those that missed it, Roots of Pacha is a farming and life sim game that takes place back in the Stone Age. This makes for a special twist on the genre, being that you now have to discover and invent all the things you need to make for a proper farm and growing society. read more

Dying Light’s Hellraid DLC is a revival of Techland’s cancelled action-RPG
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Dying Light’s Hellraid DLC is a revival of Techland’s cancelled action-RPG

Way back in 2013, developer Techland revealed Hellraid, a first-person action-RPG which would have you slicing your way through the hordes of Hell. After the success of Dying Light in 2015, Hellraid was put “on hold”, though Techland insisted the game was not dead – and against all odds, Hellraid is back, this time as downloadable content for Dying Light. read more