Today we have gathered some amazing deals for every platform including Battlefield 1 Revolution Edition for PS4, FIFA 18 World Cup 2018 Russia Edition for football fans on Xbox One and Beats Studio 3 Wireless over-ear headphones for premium quality music listening. There’s something for everyone so read on below and you might find something you were looking for from our deals of the day. PS4 Burnout Paradise Remastered Welcome back to the Paradise City, Burnout Paradise is back as a remaster and you can grab it today for the lowest price possible. This is a remaster of the original game which includes all the additional content from the game. The famous hit and run game topped the Uk charts after it launched back in January. The game is remastered to be playable at 60 FPS on your PS4. Get it for $24 Battlefield 1 Revolution Edition This is the best time to get Battlefield 1 today at the lowest price from our deals of the day if you can’t wait for Battlefield … [Read more...] about Best Gaming Deals Of The Day: Battlefield 1 Revolution Edition, FIFA 18 World Cup 2018 Russia Edition, Beats Studio 3 Wireless And Many More.
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Are you currently making money from game development we’re going to talk about 5 ways to make money from your game dev coming up. What’s up guys Tim Ruswick here from Game Dev Underground helping you build finish and launch better games. Today we’re talking about money. Who doesn’t like to talk about money because money is awesome right. Thing is it’s not always easy to make money in game development. Game development is a very hobby fueled passion fueled industry. (Video Transcription) There’s a lot of people that love to make games and are in it to make games but they suck at making money from it. Like they’re not that great at it. And I realized early on that like games are different than other products because if I’m selling protein powder or something people need protein powder they’re going to keep buying protein powder they’re gonna buy it consistently. So if I set up a shop that sells protein powder all I got to do is … [Read more...] about How To Make Money From Game Development
By Sherif Saed, Wednesday, 21 February 2018 13:45 GMT This week’s PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds patch, which only just released on test servers, will be making its way to live servers later today. The patch added new features to PUBG’s player reporting through the replay, and removed the ability to see the remaining passengers on the plane to improve early-game performance. Earlier today, the test server was updated once again, though this time with no new fixes or changes. Instead, PUBG Corp added two new crates to the roster. Like the previous Biker, and Desperado crates, the two new ones come with a host of cosmetic items. The Militia crate will join the existing roster, and it’ll be free to open. It has a 40% drop rate, which is the highest among the rest of the free crates. The Fever crate, on the other hand, will get its own placement on the game’s crates page, and you’ll need an Early Bird key to unlock it. Both can be bought using BP. … [Read more...] about PUBG: PC test patch hits live servers today, comes with 2 new crates
With Red Dead Redemption 2 swiftly galloping towards an October release date, now’s the perfect time to jump back into the saddle with John Marston’s emotive open-world epic. Cowboys are awesome and if anyone tells you otherwise, hock a dirty wad of chewin’ tobacco in their face. All right, you probably shouldn’t spit at anyone, but you most definitely should revisit Rockstar’s iconic Western. Thanks to Xbox One’s exhaustive list of backwards-compatible titles, I’ve recently gotten reacquainted with Red Dead Redemption. Even though this wondrous Wild West smash hit is almost seven years old, it remains one of the best sandbox games ever made. Don’t believe me? Just wait until you get to that magic musical moment in Mexico. Marston’s sweeping frontier adventure is so much more than its expertly chosen soundtrack, of course. José González’s haunting “Far Away” may woo your ears, but its Red Dead’s … [Read more...] about How Red Dead Redemption used its sense of place and time to craft a world, and hero, that Rockstar has never bettered
This week, we’re running a big list of what we — and a group of trusted friends — recently voted as the 500 best video games of all time. For the backstory, criteria, explanation of why Breath of the Wild isn’t on the list, etc., head to the beginning here: The 500 best games of all time. For numbers 400-301, scroll down. 400. Mirror's Edge (2008, PC, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, others) Keep moving. That's the main objective of Mirror's Edge. Releasing alongside dozens of first-person shooters, Mirror's Edge stood for daring to be different. Putting an emphasis on using first-person parkour to outsmart enemies, rather than just shooting through them, Mirror's Edge was a flawed beauty stuck in the memory of those who just kept running through its clean, white city. 399. Braid (2008, PC, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, others) In many ways, the modern indie explosion started with Braid. Unlike anything people had seen at the time, Braid and its time-bending puzzles … [Read more...] about The 500 best games of all time: 400-301