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    • polanskiam
    • Written by polanskiam on the 5th of May 2020 at 12:53
    • Call of Duty: Warzone - Battle Royale and more!

    • The Eclipse mode, the royal battle for Call of Duty: Black Ops 4, had only two drawbacks, but big ones. Firstly, it was an appendage to a paid game with a fairly serious price tag, and secondly, after the release, the developers seem to have completely forgotten about it, having stopped updating and finalizing this mode. Well, it seems that the second time Activision decided to do everything right. Meet Call of Duty: Warzone - the free Battle Royale in the Call of Duty series with some interesting new mechanics.
    • edisonwipp
    • Written by edisonwipp on the 29th of April 2020 at 21:56
    • Home Theater Systems and How Do They Work?

    • Although it's easy to watch movies on our PC or TV, most people still like going to the cinema because of the surround sound system and the huge screen. And maybe you go to the cinema for the same reason?
    • karishmaktanna
    • Written by karishmaktanna on the 6th of April 2020 at 18:05
    • Is Gta VI will come?

    • It's unavoidable that we'll see another Grand Theft Auto game eventually, yet more than six years after Grant Theft Auto V discharged, we don't have the foggiest idea about a ton about what's coming straightaway. Ned Luke, the on-screen character who depicted Michael De Santa in Rockstar's open-world game, has been approached about a hypothetical GTA 6 for a considerable length of time, and now he has a message for everybody who is getting tied up with bits of gossip about the game.Watch Movies online
    • barbr555
    • Written by barbr555 on the 21st of December 2019 at 11:32
    • SEO Copywriting and Its Functions

    • You probably have heard about key phrases that will guide you in finding the needed information from online services. Well, the word SEO copywriting shouldn't be a vocabulary for you. It is search engine optimization, which is the process of optimizing any website to get traffic from the key phrases used and searched by the reader from online copywriting to get to reach certain information with ease.
    • ninjasam17
    • Written by ninjasam17 on the 27th of November 2019 at 17:03
    • Minecraft Servers

    • Love looking at minecraft servers at http://minebrowse.com/ I play on minecraft all the time and it is super fun. I look for factions server primarily and I have enjoyed my time so far, so an overall a very good experien
    • Benke
    • Written by Benke on the 18th of April 2019 at 17:19
    • The time has come to say goodbye...

    • Gamereactor has been a huge part of my life over the last 17 years. I started out as a staff writer at the Swedish site / magazine re-launched/launched back in 2002 and soon thereafter I stepped in as an editor. I went on to work on the English site as it launched and the video side of things soon became my domain. I really do enjoy travelling to events and interviewing game developers, getting to know the people who make the games we love to play (and the ones we may not love quite as much). In many ways it's as much about the people as it is about the games, if not more. It's truly been my pleasure. But as I may have given away there in the first sentence I'm no spring chicken and I want to try my hand at other things and that's why the time has come to say goodbye. There's no drama, simply the slow realisation that I need a change of scenery and a change of duties.
    • sjson
    • Written by sjson on the 29th of March 2019 at 14:11
    • Character Development In Star Wars Lego Game

    • Both of their plans were botched so they were forced to work together to escape. It isn't until later in life that they are awarded their own name. Another interesting option available to choose from for this race is tattoos and scars. The extra figures should make this highly appealing for fans. Inger loves stories and loves to write. This guide also gives you really nice walkthroughs of all the levels and quests and shows you where they will take you depending on the paths you decide to take with your character. They could also sport a human-like pale skin sometimes. or backfire completely. It provides extra cups, plates, and everything else you need. Safe and guaranteed.
    • daisyrowley
    • Written by daisyrowley on the 12th of February 2019 at 14:01
    • Mass Effect: Andromeda - Review

    • Andromeda is the fourth entry in the Mass Effect series, but kicks off a brand-new story. In BioWare's new third-person role-playing game (RPG), play as the main protagonist Ryder, a human adventurer who travels through an age of advanced technology. Players find themselves on a quest to help humanity thrive in a new galaxy. The game is massive with a lot of activities, remarkably minimal of which is enjoyable. It's bland at the start and tedious to play at times. Soon after the character's father sacrifices himself, the character is thrown early into the role of Pathfinder. As the Pathfinder, the player is responsible for making planets suitable for colonization, initiating the first contact with new aliens, investigating the remnants of an advanced ancient civilization, and preventing the Kett from destroying everything.
    • roundcube
    • Written by roundcube on the 4th of February 2019 at 09:39
    • Atomic Heart: blamed and justified

    • Atomic Heart is not released yet, but it's one of the most talked about games nowadays. What is the reason for product's popularity? Good gameplay video? Interesting idea?
    • Gamer_X_
    • Written by Gamer_X_ on the 6th of October 2017 at 15:51
    • The next Elder Scrolls setting...

    • The most likely location of the next elder scrolls in my opinion (my three favorite candidates are 1. Black Marsh 2. Summerset Isles 3. Hammerfell, would be overjoyed if any of these turned out to be the next setting)
    • Mike Holmes
    • Written by Mike Holmes on the 13th of September 2017 at 12:39
    • Board games on GR

    • We love games here at Gamereactor (the clue's in the name, right?) and when it comes to the games we play we're looking to expand our scope a little. From here on in we're going to start writing about our experiences wit
    • Mike Holmes
    • Written by Mike Holmes on the 1st of August 2016 at 08:55
    • How Long is Too Short?

    • The recent news that No Man's Sky can apparently be completed in around 30 hours, and the reaction that this news has brought with it, certainly has caught my attention, and it has me pondering the question: what is the ideal length for a video game?
    • Mike Holmes
    • Written by Mike Holmes on the 15th of June 2016 at 18:36
    • Who Won E3?

    • Two very different companies pitched us two very different shows during E3 this year. Sony and Microsoft, not for the first time, went head to head in unveiling their latest wares. Microsoft had an ace up their collective sleeve, but Sony were able to show a line-up of games that had the audience purring. Let's get it out of the way now and say there wasn't a clear winner, although if I was pushed into making a call, I might say that Sony edged it.
    • il-mato
    • Written by il-mato on the 4th of May 2016 at 13:05
    • 5 Retro Games On Steam That Will Take You Back

    • After some digging around the steam store, I have found some retro/strategy titles with a heavy discount. Most of the games listed on here have 70% off the original price... the offers are of course limited so make sure you check them out quick! Do make sure you have your Steam Wallet Credit ready to go too!
    • Mike Holmes
    • Written by Mike Holmes on the 17th of April 2016 at 08:19
    • Parental Guidance

    • As the father of two young boys, games are on my radar in one more than one sense. Not only do I have my own gaming habits to consider, but I have to think about the games that my sons consume too. Given my profession, there's no getting away from this, and because I play and write about games all the time, it's only natural that the boys find them fascinating. Monkey see, monkey do.
    • asherdotsonJJ8
    • Written by asherdotsonJJ8 on the 16th of March 2016 at 00:56
    • Top 5 Star Wars Games I've Played...(so far)

    • Ever since Disney acquired the rights to the Star Wars universe, fans from all over the world rejoiced. Not only did this mean that we get to see a continuation of the beloved saga, but also an even more expanded gaming world in the series. Games like Star Wars Battlefront have undergone reboots, and there's even a standalone Star Wars movie that's coming out this year. With this rekindling of the Star Wars fare, a slew of mobile games related to the universe have also come out. Here's our top 5 picks, in no particular order:
    • Mike Holmes
    • Written by Mike Holmes on the 4th of February 2016 at 09:46
    • My Private Army

    • Xcom 2 is here tomorrow, and I for one am looking forward to personalising my cadre of elite marines and taking on the alien scum. One of my favourite things about Xcom, and the reason I love the series so much, is the bond you form with your soldiers, this because of the permadeath feature, but equally because of the range of customisation options on offer. In particular, being able to name your soldiers makes such a difference.
    • Benke
    • Written by Benke on the 12th of January 2016 at 10:58
    • Frustration at the Molecular Level in Fallout 4

    • This blog will spoil some parts of a mission halfway through the main story of Fallout 4. If you haven't made it there you may not want to continue reading. I was about 60 hours into Fallout 4. I had mainly been focussing on side quests, exploration the Commeonwealth looking for weird locations, collectibles, guns and equipment. But the time had come to progress the main story a little, partially because I wanted to progress the Brotherhood of Steel questline (they're intertwined), and this is where I came across the first truly rage quit level frustration I'd had with the game. It's an open world RPG from Bethesda so you expect some issues and you tend to save often. But nothing could prepare me for The Molecular Level, and more specifically it's final section where you build a fancy device to teleport you into the Institute.
    • Goffer Harrison
    • Written by Goffer Harrison on the 22nd of December 2015 at 08:27
    • Gone Home Review

    • Steve Gayner and the Fullbright developer's masterpiece Gone Home, is a detailed, non-violent first-person interactive that encompasses a profound exploration based game. As the opening credits fade away, thunder and torrential rain overtake a dark summer's night. Katie Greenbriar arrives at her new home from her year long trip to Europe. With no one home, Katie snoops through her own home in order to piece together what happened while she was away.
    • Mike Holmes
    • Written by Mike Holmes on the 5th of December 2015 at 00:25
    • Perma-deleted

    • I was a bit too happy to discover a new feature has landed on Steam. You can now delete games from your account. For someone like me, who's been collecting games on their Steam account for years, there's a lot of old games on there. Some of them were bought in haste, others in bundles, and all were tied to the account, there forever, a constant reminder.
    • Clover
    • Written by Clover on the 4th of December 2015 at 17:31
    • The game that isn't a game

    • After hearing about Neko Atsume, my inner (slightly crazy) cat lady couldn't resist to grab it from the App Store straight away.
    • Mike Holmes
    • Written by Mike Holmes on the 1st of September 2015 at 09:59
    • Under New Management

    • Whenever you see a pub with a sign that says "under new management" you know that while the backroom staff may be differently configured, the locals who stop in for a pint often remain the same. That's probably the same in this case, and our community of readers who've been joining us in steadily increasing numbers since the UK branch of Gamereactor started several years ago, will hopefully continue coming to us for their daily dose of gaming news following this editorial shuffle.
    • Gillen McAllister
    • Written by Gillen McAllister on the 28th of August 2015 at 16:24
    • The Last & Greatest

    • So in a few minutes I'll be signing out of Gamereactor for the last time, as today marks my last heading up the UK as its Editor in Chief. After 5 years of hammering the place into shape, as well as launching and running the print magazine, it's time for me to try something new (real reason: I've got to make some headway with my video game backlog. I've still to play Chrono Trigger, Final Fantasy VI, Metroid Prime... the list goes on).
    • Gillen McAllister
    • Written by Gillen McAllister on the 16th of July 2015 at 11:52
    • Final Symphony

    • If you took a look at my YouTube VG playlist you'd note the majority of the tracks are pulled from before the turn of the millennium. It could be the heightened awareness of youth soaking in every piece of stimuli, or simply today's orchestral-heavy soundtracks lacking the catchy punch of yesteryear's iconic gaming moments, but it's far easier for the older musical accompaniments to stir the emotions.
    • Mike Holmes
    • Written by Mike Holmes on the 11th of July 2015 at 14:31
    • Playing Catch-Up in Arkham

    • A confession, I never completed Arkham City. And so now, with Arkham Knight sitting next to my PS4, I feel like I'd better go back and make sure I've done with the last one before I embark on the next chapter and wrap up Rocksteady's trilogy.
    • Patrik Severin
    • Written by Patrik Severin on the 15th of June 2015 at 02:16
    • Any dreams for E3 this year?

    • It has been a good year so far in terms of games, and announcements. At E3 starting soon we will get a ton of new games most likely and those that have leaked or announced beforehand. I myself have some hopes to see a few games. This small list is for a few games that arent announced yet to be there, and most likely wont with a few exceptions that might or will show up in some form. I have tried to exclude anything confirmed already like Fallout 4 among others.
    • Mike Holmes
    • Written by Mike Holmes on the 12th of June 2015 at 11:33
    • No Quiet Before the E3 Storm

    • E3 is looming once again, and with it late nights and big announcements. It'll be interesting to see what's unveiled in LA this year, especially when you consider how much stuff is leaking or being announced in the prece
    • Benke
    • Written by Benke on the 5th of May 2015 at 16:25
    • It's closing time...

    • We've all had it happen to us. A game we've enjoyed is being taken offline, servers shut down. Perhaps it's just the online portion of a game and we're still able to enjoy the singleplayer, but these days with a lot of online games and free-to-play offerings servers shutting down means you'll never get to experience that game ever again. It's all to do with cost, of course. Popular games that earn their creators a lot of money will likely sustain themselves for years and years, and most likely you'll grow tired before the servers shut. But every now and then there's that game that for some reason didn't take off, but that you quite enjoy.
    • Mike Holmes
    • Written by Mike Holmes on the 24th of April 2015 at 10:50
    • Pako - Car Chase Simulator

    • The other day, ahead of a big road trip, I was loading the iPad up with games for my son to play, to keep him entertained during the journey. One of the games I bought (for a measly 79p) is Pako - Car Chase Simulator. It's a simple game, you touch left or right on the screen to direct your car, and you must avoid all collisions with scenery, other cars, and the police who are chasing you down in large numbers. The ultimate aim of the game is to survive as long as possible. It's high score chasing across several levels, and it's quite challenging. My son didn't really enjoy it that much, but I haven't been able to put it down. It's a cracking little title, and it's been out since last August (hence why I'm flagging it here rather than writing a really late review). It's cheap as chips and well worth a look.
    • EsbenKongOrange
    • Written by EsbenKongOrange on the 15th of April 2015 at 14:28
    • Fight between gamejourno and indie developer

    • Heartbeats is a new puzzler from Danish Developer Kong Orange. It got quite a beating in the Danish branch article about mobile games from Gamereactor Denmark EiC, Lee West. He called it "an artsyfartsy mess" that had an array of unintuitive puzzles and did not recommend it. None the less Heartbeats has been quite well received from fans and among other things it was featured in games of the month in Time Magazine and Best New Games in the US App Store.
    • Stiffenjohnson
    • Written by Stiffenjohnson on the 14th of April 2015 at 08:38
    • Legend Bob Marley

    • Right now Im sitting here infront of the computer and listening to the ol' legend Bob Marley. I´m pretty sure that most of you guys (And girls) know who he´s, but for you that has been living under a cave for some years Bob Marley is a rasta-god.
    • Stiffenjohnson
    • Written by Stiffenjohnson on the 14th of April 2015 at 08:04
    • From 0 to 100 of one week

    • The last days of my life sort of accelerated violently. I have been accustomed to walking in the lecture, go home and eat dinner, slacks a little on the couch before I cook some submissions. No appointments I have. No job I have. Not I train. Not I collect stamps. I'm studying, eating, partying and playing. Reader perhaps a book on the bed. Commitment Resolved. Leisurely.
    • Mike Holmes
    • Written by Mike Holmes on the 19th of March 2015 at 13:17
    • 4X Mass Effect

    • What games would people like to see moved genre, a change of style for their favourite franchise? Like when Microsoft turned Halo into Halo: Wars and later Halo: Spartan Assault, or when Xcom turned into a third-person s
    • Mike Holmes
    • Written by Mike Holmes on the 17th of February 2015 at 18:22
    • Kickstarted?

    • I just did something that I don't normally do; I backed a game on Kickstarter.
    • Gillen McAllister
    • Written by Gillen McAllister on the 9th of February 2015 at 14:57
    • Clear Out

    • Returning from an extended sabbatical has been... odd. Given I'm someone that's spent there last twenty plus years hoarding every video game and console they've ever bought, I'd have never considered there'd be a day I'd willingly shed two-thirds of my collection. But living out a single backpack for three months gives you a different view of a home that you once would have called ‘cosy'.
    • Lee West
    • Written by Lee West on the 6th of February 2015 at 15:14
    • The fast, the furious and the zombies

    • I honestly wasn't expecting much on this newly released freemium title, and in a way that is what I am getting: Not much. But what there is, I am truly enjoying.
    • Mike Holmes
    • Written by Mike Holmes on the 3rd of February 2015 at 16:10
    • Remake or Nomake?

    • We're getting remake after remaster after HD upgrade at the moment. It's not a bad thing, as there's some fantastic games getting a lick of paint after years of neglect, but perhaps some of these games are best left as memories.
    • Benke
    • Written by Benke on the 23rd of December 2014 at 14:36
    • Personal Highlights in 2014

    • Games: Dragon Age: Inquisition was my personal game of the year, and I spent around 100 hours taking down all the dragons, finishing my Inquisition and mopping most of the side content Bioware offered up in this expansive game. Highly recommended. But enjoying a Bioware RPG is hardly surprising - instead the games that truly surprised me in 2014 were Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare and Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor. Two games I wasn't expecting to enjoy quite as much as I did.
    • Mike Holmes
    • Written by Mike Holmes on the 13th of December 2014 at 12:16
    • The Indie Calendar

    • This year, instead of doing giveaways or offering prizes, we thought we'd instead highlight some indie games that have, for one reason or another, caught our collective eye in recent weeks. We'll be running the event until just before Xmas, so keep checking back in to see which games are the latest to feature. We're aiming to make sure that all (or at least most) tastes are covered, so take a look and see if there's something here that tickles your fancy:
    • Mike Holmes
    • Written by Mike Holmes on the 28th of November 2014 at 14:33
    • Subscriptions & Support

    • I know, I know, you can get Gamereactor Magazine for free from your local retailer, why would you want to pay for it when you don't have to?! We're aware of that, but we're still asking you to do exactly that in our latest promotion:
    • Benke
    • Written by Benke on the 10th of October 2014 at 12:33
    • Backlog growing...

    • It's that time of the year. More titles than there's time to play and with that there is a sense of guilt. I still haven't booted up Destiny as there has been more pressing concerns on my table. The game is downloaded sitting on my hard drive. Maybe this weekend. Then again I'll probably once again have more pressing matters - playing a couple of games for review and slowly edging my way towards 100 gold medals in Defense Grid 2. Lately, Pix the Cat has been my go to "just one more try" game. That's a PS Plus title and those are really adding to the backlog - I always make it a point to download at least the Vita and PS4 titles every month and I always pick up the Xbox One titles on Games with Gold. But I have to admit most remain shamefully underplayed - just like the Steam library (although mine is very small compared to colleagues of mine).
    • Lee West
    • Written by Lee West on the 20th of September 2014 at 22:51
    • Go grab Beach Buggy Racing

    • It is no secret, that I am a big fan of mobile and handheld gaming. It is also no secret, that I wish a lot of freemium games weren't freemium. I hate timers, and when I play, I want to be in charge of where and when. That is one of the reasons I mention Beach Buggy Racing.
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