It feels like only a month ago that The Culling 2 was announced – sequel to Xaviant’s early Battle Royale/Hunger Games inspired multiplayer FPS. Oh, wait, it was less than that. Three weeks and change to be specific. The developers are really not messing around on this one, as not only are they bypassing any kind of early access launch, but the game is will be available in just 16 hours, according to Steam’s store-page countdown. Judging by the gameplay trailer below, The Culling 2’s design is perhaps a little more conservative than the more Hunger Games-inspired original. 50 players are now competing for fame, glory and not getting murdered, and there seems to be a much greater focus on ranged combat. Given that we’ve already got the two genre mega-juggernauts that are Plunkbat and Fortnite trading blows, it seems very risky to put out a shooter without an immediately distinct hook of its own. The developers are keen to stress that melee combat is … [Read more...] about Game show battle royale The Culling 2 is out tomorrow
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Game development is the process by which you create a video or mobile game. The game is developed by a game developer, which could be an individual or a game development studio. PC games and console games sometimes take several years to be built. On the other hand, Indie games take lesser time to develop. With the rise in the mobile game market in the recent years, there has been a tremendous growth in the Indie game industry. Games are generally created as a creative outlet and also to generate profits for the developer. Why you should go for Mobile Game Development According to a report from Newzoo, which tracks and reports on the global games, eSports, and mobile industry; in 2016 the global games market generated $99.6 billion, and mobile games generated $36.9 billion or 37% of the total games market. These will increase to $42.5 billion in 2017, and this will be the year when the mobile games market will eclipse PC and Console games market. By 2019 the global games market would be … [Read more...] about Best Mobile Game Development Tools Used by Game Developers
The Humble CRYENGINE Bundle 2018 is now available Humble Bundle has now announced.. There are quite a few interesting games available in the Humble CRYENGINE Bundle 2018, but this particular bundle has more than that; the higher tiers also offer various engine assets for the CRYENGINE and even a series of webinars for developers interested in working with the engine. Let’s dive right in! Rolling Sun is the first game in the Pay $1 or More tier. This game has you playing as a defeated Sun God who’s been trapped on Earth. You must use the last remnants of your power to roll a stone across the land. Ultimately, you’ll be working your way towards your rival Moon God in an effort to reclaim your powers. Aporia: Beyond The Valley is a game that’s perfect for people who like to immerse themselves in a mysterious adventure. This first-person puzzle game has you awakening in the midst of a ruined temple nearby a city that is being overtaken by the jungle. … [Read more...] about Humble CRYENGINE Bundle 2018 Offers Games & Great Assets
It's been ten years since Crysis first released on PC. In 2007, it pushed real time rendering to new heights and spawned the memetic phrase, "but can it run Crysis?". Never had a game released that pushed hardware and engine technology so much, and never has one since. In fact, combine the latest and greatest Intel Core i7 8700K overclocked to 5.0GHz with an Nvidia Titan Xp and there'll still be areas of the game that drop beneath 60fps - even at 1080p. For its own very specific reasons, Crysis is still more than capable of melting the most modern, top-end PCs, but regardless, it remains a phenomenal technological achievement. It deserves a remaster at the very least, but a franchise of this standing really deserves a full next-gen sequel, with state-of-the-art rendering and back-to-basics gameplay.But what made Crysis so groundbreaking - and perhaps so misunderstood - at the time of its release? In the video below, I play through the first level of the game, highlighting the strengths … [Read more...] about Why Crysis still melts the fastest gaming PCs a decade after release
AMD loves to provide PC users with a great $99 CPU, and with the Ryzen 3 2200G, it's delivered a genuine classic. Traditional wisdom suggests that when constructing a gaming PC, you need to purchase both CPU and GPU, but the Red Team's latest offering delivers an all-in-one package - a quad-core Ryzen CPU, paired with Radeon RX Vega graphics. You'll need to be realistic with quality settings and resolutions - you've got just over 1.1 teraflops of compute to play with - but this entry-level processor can indeed run most triple-A PC titles, and we had a lot of fun proving that. In addition to the keenly-priced 2200G, there's also an accompanying, more powerful, somewhat pricier Ryzen 5 2400G - and this brace of APUs are actually the first we can thoroughly recommend owing to their integration into AMD's all-encompassing AM4 platform. As good as they may have been for their time, previous generation APUs have required their own motherboards, limiting upgrade potential. However, if you … [Read more...] about Ryzen 3 2200G/ Ryzen 5 2400G review: triple-A gaming without a graphics card?