Three major trends driving UK gaming revealed

There’s no denying the ever-growing interest in gaming in the UK. In 2016, the industry was worth a record £4.33 billion[1] – a notable 1.2% growth from 2015. What’s more, the industry is estimated to grow by a massive 7.8% by the end of 2017.[2] With no question about the enduring popularity of gaming, Currys PC World took a closer look into the UK gaming scene. Using the YouGov Profiles tool, wh...[Read More]

3 Cool Gaming Headsets You Should Consider for 2017

When we’re gaming, it’s the only thing that we focus on. We zero in on the task at hand and let the game take over. It’s an immersive experience that allows us to explore new worlds, either with friends or alone. However, the wrong headset can ruin this experience. There is nothing worse than echoes and tinny sounds when you are trying to enjoy the in-game music or play with friends. As easily as ...[Read More]

Top 7 gaming laptops in 2017

There is no doubt that with the advancement in the field of technology, the games have also become quite advanced and hi-tech. Nowadays, the games are made using heavy graphics and they also provide the ability to make customisation in the clutter density, gaming environment, shadows, and texture. If I had to talk particularly about the graphics, then I would say that they are dynamic in nature an...[Read More]

Top 10 Playstation 4 Games You Can Buy Right Now

Inside Topping the list is ‘Inside’. If you really liked Playdead’s Limbo and wanted a game that you can finish it off in one sitting, then this is it. The game has a framework of a 2D puzzle-platformer and squeezes it for three hours worth with some striking surprises. Well, it is worth mentioning that the surprises are absorbing, horrifying, and brilliantly constructed and rightly paced. Without...[Read More]

Indie Horror for Halloween

It’s been a horrific year for horror games. Silent Hill is no more, following Konami’s very public exit from video game development, an incident that pushed Guillermo del Toro out of the industry forever; Resident Evil 7 won’t be out until 2017, and Allison Road, a spiritual successor to del Toro’s PT, was cancelled (and un-cancelled) in the space of two months. However, the indie horror scene is ...[Read More]

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