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Dec
2018

Red Dead Online – Popular GTA Online Mode Could Coming Soon

Red Dead Online could get a new mode this week that works like Kill-Quote from GTA Online. Red Dead Online is still in beta. Accordingly, some things are changed again and again, some things are newly added. Another update is planned for this week. It could bring a new mode for the online multiplayer to […]

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Oct
2018

Test: Jurassic World Evolution

At first glance, Jurassic World Evolution simply looks picturesque. Gigantic brachiosaurs leisurely wander through lush green grasslands. In the background a T-Rex roars and makes the crowds tremble, while a ranger team in the Velociraptor enclosure fills the food source with fresh goats. The construction game of Frontier Developments for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox […]

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Oct
2018

Test: New Spider Man Game

For almost 20 years now, Spider-Man has been swinging his way through open worlds on various systems under the banner of Activision or fighting his arch enemies in classic action adventures. The spider man’s new adventure is not only available exclusively on PS4. With Insomniac Games (Ratchet & Clank, Resistance), there is also a studio […]

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Oct
2018

Fortnite – State of development: Epic Games on performance, balance and input devices when searching for players

Epic Games has published a fairly detailed article on Fortnite’s “state of development” on the official website – mainly on the game mode “Battle Royale”. The developers will talk about the performance, the effectiveness of player buildings, the weapon balance and that the input device – as planned – will soon be included in the […]

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Sep
2018

Test: We Happy Few

Since his trailer appearance at Microsoft’s E3 press conference in 2016, We Happy Few, which is financed by Kickstarter, has not only been in our focus. Meanwhile, even Gearbox Software has joined in and acts as a publisher. In the test, we clarify whether the dystopic England of the 60’s can maintain also on a […]

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Sep
2018

Test: Agony

Disturbing. Dark. Free and clear. These were the characteristics of the last videos of Agony, which started about two years ago on Kickstarter. With an oppressive atmosphere and explicit content the hell trip wants to add a new facet to the survival horror. Whether this succeeds beyond the visualization, we clarify in the test.   […]

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Sep
2018

TEST: PUBG

Some game concepts are so profane that a major publisher would probably have asked during the presentation of the project: “Is that all? So it’s all the better that, thanks to Early Access, a concept started as a modification can mature into a world hit. PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds merely asks which of 100 players is still […]

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Sep
2018

Fortnite: 68.8 percent of players use in-game purchases; average purchase value is almost 85 dollars

LendEDU, actually an online marketplace for student loans and other financial services, conducted a survey on the spending behaviour of Fortnite users and has now published the results. 1,000 U.S. people who “frequently” play Fortnite were surveyed.   The key finding of the survey is that 68.8 percent of all Fortnite players have already spent […]

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Sep
2018

Test: Monster Hunter: World

On PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, Capcom celebrates with Monster Hunter: World has set one sales record after another since its release at the beginning of the year. By far the most successful offspring of the series is now also available for the PC. We have gone hunting again and reveal in the test what […]

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Sep
2018

Test: Total War: Warhammer 2

Total War: Warhammer 2 – or also: the perfect symbiosis of a fantasy world and a video game series, part two. It’s only been a good year since its predecessor marked the beginning of a three-part saga in the renowned fantasy world. Round after round, generals conquer the land there, while they knock down their […]

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