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World of Warcraft System Requirements


Are you considering joining the thousands of heroes in the Azeroth? Since 2004, World of Warcraft (WoW) has been entertaining gamers and allowing them to unlock their craziest dreams and fantasies. You can too. All you need is a good gaming PC that will keep up with the demands of WoW and deliver the ultimate gaming experience. As soon as you think of World of Warcraft, the next question that comes to mind is if you can run the game on your current rig. Technically, you can. But for the sake of your experience and ensuring the game runs smoothly...

Fortnite System Requirements


Fortnite creates a colourful mix of fun and violence. It is one of the battle royale-style games making stirs in the gaming circles. Packed with a bright environment and excellent building mechanics, the game drops in you on a map to face off with 99 other players. Along the way, you will create ramps, platforms, and walls while trying to reach or avoid your competition. The game is free-to-play, which is partly why it's so popular. But it has in-game purchases that mainly focus on cosmetics. Packed with a colourful art style and fast-paced fights, gamers are flocking to Fortnite...

It Takes Two: Everything you Need to Know


It Takes Two Genre Action Adventure Platformer Platforms PC, PS4, Xbox One, PS5, Xbox Series S/X, There is currently no Nintendo Switch version planned. Release Date March 26th, 2021 Friend's Pass Players who purchase It Takes Two will automatically receive the It Takes Two Friend's Pass, which allows someone who doesn't own the game to play with the owner for free online. This is a great feature as it allows you to not only get one copy, but the owner can play with multiple friends in succession. Unfortunately the pass can only be used with one friend at a time...

10 Games Like Skyrim


It’s been a couple of years since the release of The Elder Scrolls: Skyrim V. The franchise has entertained and riveted gamers in equal measure with a rich open-world theme, a good story, amazing graphics and the chance to battle it out with monsters and other creatures in this fantasy world. Most gamers can barely have enough of Skyrim, but at some point, you have to stop and wonder if there are other games out there that deliver the same adrenaline and finesse as Skyrim. Although it's difficult to match Skyrim, other games have the same theme and are just...

10 Games Like Civilization 6


Civilization 6 easily takes the crown for one of the most complete strategy games in the market. It is the brainchild of famed game design Sid Meier with the original game released in 1991. Since then, the franchise has grown by leaps and bounds becoming one of the few to establish the 4X genre (eXplore, eXpand, eXploit and eXterminate). This approach opens up the platform with numerous gameplay options that range from sustaining an economy to waging war. Civilization 6 will easily keep you occupied for quite some time. As impressive as the game is, you can't help but wonder...

10 Games Like Diablo


Every true dungeon crawler RPG fan has had a chance to delve into Blizzard Entertainment’s Diablo. If you haven’t, you’re missing out! The latest instalment of the game – Diablo 3 is making rounds in the gaming world as the fastest-selling PC game ever. That alone should get you thinking. Avid Diablo fans that have played all the sequels and expansions and looking for something new to get their adrenalin flowing, here are ten games you should try that playout and feel like Diablo. The Torchlight Series The Torchlight series is very similar to the Diablo franchise. You can choose...

12 Games Like Fallout


Fallout seems to have struck a nerve with gamers. Its warped take on the world coming back from the brink of extinction has become a video game mainstay. For the longest time, Fallout has been one of the top games in most gamers list. But even too much of a good thing can be poisonous. That’s why once in a while you might need to take a break from Fallout to see what else the gaming world has to offer. But if you’re too attached to Fallout or want to play it safe, here are 12 other games that you...

10 Games Like Age of Empires


Age of Empires was first released in 1997. It rose to become a fan-favourite among real-time strategy game lovers with its bold depiction of history. Since then, the game has released four series all embedded in significant historical timelines. In the game, you can choose your own army, run a kingdom how you please and tactfully fight enemies who attack your kingdom. As rumours of the release of the fourth sequel of Age of Empires gain steam, it might help to look at other similar games that you can try out to keep your skills sharp in anticipation of the...

Fallout Games in Order


Since 1997, Fallout has kept gamers at the edge of their seats, waiting for the next great release of the game. A product of Bethesda Softworks, the game is set in the post-World War II era dated around the 1950s. The game is slightly based on the Mad Max film series and is at times considered a successor of Wasteland. So far, the franchise has released various titles, each of them better than the last. Given how far gaming and the franchise have come, it's worth taking a stroll down memory lane to see what Fallout had to offer and...

Metro Games In Order


Metro is one of the younger franchises in the gaming industry, making its debut in around 2010. The game is set in post-apocalyptic Russia. Coincidentally, it was released after an instalment of S.T.A.L.K.E.R.: Call of Pripyat, which led many enthusiasts to believe that there were strings attached between the two franchises. There's no doubting that Metro is very similar to the STALKER series in many ways, but there are various things that Metro does differently, which has attracted many fans to the game. The best way to play this game and enjoy the intricate stories is to play it chronologically...
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