With the recent additions to the gaming world like haptic feedback, 4K resolution, 60 FPS and VR, let’s take a look at some games that are the most realistic so far.
The attention to detail is just incredible!
According to certain knowledgeable people, the teenage brain is shaped by any memorable experiences and repeated activities. This means all those games you’ve played as a kid, basically, molded your adolescent mind. And depending on the genre, you’re getting different results.
If you enjoy watching horror films, you’ll probably going to love playing scary games too.
Boy, what a great time to be a gamer right now. You got new hardware coming out, new consoles, new gadgets, and of course, new games! The constant stream of sequels keeps us on our toes, but it’s cool to play something fresh and juicy every once in a while.
Sadly, we still don’t know how much PlayStation 5 will cost. According to unofficial leaks, its price will be around $450-500. We also got a look at a wireless headset, HD camera, and remote control. Of course, aside from the looks and specs, we were shown dozens of new games, so let’s take a quick glance at some of the most interesting ones!
Downloadable content, or DLC for short, is something of a double-bladed sword. Before DLCs were a thing, the games were a one and done deal. However, with the expansion of the Internet, the developers realized that new games take more time to make, and the price is still the same. So what did they do? They started cutting their games into pieces, creating downloadable chunks, sold separately.
You may be thinking that COVID-19 quarantine is almost over, but trust us, we’re going to have at least another month of this cocooning. So you’re probably going to play some video games and order pizza. Or maybe you’re one of those people who’ve never gamed before, in which case welcome to the world of tomorrow!
Face-capturing technology also does not stand still. Motion capture allows giving game characters realistic facial expressions and movements of living people. Today gamers are quite surprised when they see a famous face in an upcoming game, but the early days of game development were like a Wild West – anything was possible. You wanna have a Michael Jackson game?
When you buy a video game, your goal is to stick it in your console and play it because that’s what normal people do. But if you happened to have bought one of these games and never got around to opening it, you might be sitting on a small fortune.
The current generation of the people getting older is the generation that grew up with videogames. And as technology evolves, so do people. You probably might be getting a bit too old to play games, and here’s a few things that might tell you gaming isn’t for you anymore.
There’s just something Zen about playing the game you love, but how about playing it with your special other?