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  2. We’ve covered a few popular virtual reality games here at Gamenader. Dead Ground: Arena and Arizona Sunshine are both excellent games with lots in common. They have different but well-realized virtual reality gameplay, action-packed FPS mechanics, and lots of zombies. These games lend are a perfect fit for the virtual reality gaming landscape, but it turns out there’s more to VR than gruesome violence against the murderous undead. Sea of Memories and Paper Valley are two new VR games coming to the Steam Store in June. There are no zombies, no shooting, and no life or death survival situations. It’s just you, your VR headset, and beautiful, immersive landscapes and puzzles. After all of that murdering, a more casual experience is a welcome respite. Coming June 1st to Steam is Sea of Memories, a visually stunning optical illusion puzzler. Use creative thinking to tackle 100 puzzles with no apparent structure or logic. Move the primary object and find the perfect angle to reveal the puzzle’s solution, discovering increasingly challenging puzzles as the game progresses. Allow yourself to be swept away in the peaceful atmosphere, complete with original soundtrack and sound effects. 100 puzzle levels based on optical illusions. Original soundtrack. Unique graphics and setting. Simple and mechanical control for relaxed gaming. Compatible with HTC Vive, Oculus Rift, and Windows Mixed Reality. Next up is Paper Valley. At some point, nearly everyone has folded a sheet of paper into the shape of an airplane then thrown it gently, watching it glide through the air. It's a soothing, relaxing experience addition to the world of virtual reality gaming. From VITEI Backroom: “Paper Valley immerses players in a lush green world of mystery, filled with crumbling monuments, and an unspoken narrative inspired by the works of ThatGameCompany. Now both HTC VIVE and Oculus Rift owners on Steam will be able to experience the world of Paper Valley on June 6th... Paper Valley tasks players with bringing this world back to life by using VIVE controllers or Oculus Touch to throw, curl, and glide paper planes into targets. With each successful throw, you add color and life to the world. Skillful throws bring beauty back to the environments and unlock the hidden secrets of the valley, tapping into ancient forces to unveil the truth held within the ruins.” The one-of-a-kind game is the winner of the Famitsu Media Highlight Award at BitSummit in Kyoto, Japan 2017 and features a unique soundtrack, which will also be available on Steam on its own or as part of a bundle. Alex May from VITEI Backroom composed the soundtrack that was influenced by 90’s ambient electronica and artists like The Future Sound of London. It was crafted using all 90’s Japanese hardware synthesizers, sampled and sequenced in Renoise, a tracker style sequencer. Paper Valley will be available for HTC Vive and Oculus Rift. Sea of Memories and Paper Valley require a virtual reality headset to play.
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  4. For all my American Naders' what are your plans for this weekend! Let us know! Me personally, I plan on being poolside with a BBQ and some alcohol!
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  6. Game controllers were about $40 The particle board was about $10 Raspberry Pi was about $40. Can of black paint: $3 Old monitor- free So total cost around $95
  7. The most recent installment of the AAA franchise, Call of Duty, took us back to the game's roots and put players in the midst of World War II. But, it’s time to move on and Activision has announced the newest installment in the Call of Duty series, Black Ops IIII. We’re not entirely sure why it’s titled Black Ops IIII and not Black Ops IV, but I can assure you that it’s not a typo. Here's everything we know so far: Black Ops 4 is set between Black Ops 2 and Black Ops 3, so it’s a modern game that takes place in the near future. That means modern weapons and advanced, or at least current technology. Speaking of weapons, Black Ops 4 employs an all-new weapons attachment and a modding system that will benefit players that like to pick their favorite weapon and stick with it. Investing the time to master your weapon of choice will be a necessity. There are other, seemingly small game changes that are likely to have a big impact on overall gameplay. Most notably, healing is no longer automatic. Players must use a dedicated button to instigate healing, leaving themselves vulnerable. There will also be a medic class that specializes in healing. The popular Pick 10 system is also returning to the game, to the delight of many players. In addition, Black Ops 4 offers some major changes in the overall experience. First, and perhaps most notably, the single-player campaign has been nixed completely in this installment and the multi-player game has expanded with Battle Royale style competition, titled Blackout. Blackout features the largest map ever in a Call of Duty game, 1,500 times larger than Nuketown. Clearly, the game’s developers are looking to tap into the overwhelmingly popular Battle Royale market. To celebrate the 10th anniversary of Call of Duty's Zombies, the game has expanded the on the concept. At launch, there will be three fully realized zombie experiences: IX, Voyage of Despair, and Blood of the Dead. Black Ops 4 Zombies features new systems for creating and completing community challenges, social systems designed to connect players, as well as the popular Easter eggs. Difficulty levels and in-game tutorials have been reintroduced to the zombie universe. Finally, the PC version of Black Ops 4 is being fully optimized for Battle.net, thanks to co-developers Treyarch and Beenox’s collaboration with Blizzard. An uncapped frame rate, 4K resolution and HDR, and easy customization for each player’s hardware, as well as Battle.net’s social systems, security, and server stability are thanks to this partnership. “Black Ops 4 is by far the most ambitious title our team has ever created,” said Dan Bunting, Co-Studio Head, Treyarch. “At its core, Black Ops has always been about challenging convention and boldly taking our gameplay in new directions. With Black Ops 4, we’ve designed an experience for all play styles and skill levels from casual to competitive. It brings a layer of tactical depth that rewards players for mastery, and just feels so good to play.” Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 is coming October 12, 2018. Watch the Call Of Duty Black Ops 4 multiplayer reveal trailer:
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  9. when i try send msg to staff show error plz check https://imgur.com/a/LNwf63R
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  11. Sorry about that, I’ve been busy lately. I’ll get it fixed as soon as I can.
  12. The Assassins Creed franchise are just movies disguised as games so i would go with them.
  13. When a i click on the play button on steam, i can see only bluehole logo, game minimize and crash. Nothing show up, any error or smth like that. I've already updated every drivers??? Message from the Moderator: I have edited your topic's title so that it is clearer what the topic is about. Enjoy your discussion!
  14. You forgot T-Series channel from India 40M Subs
  15. "Rescue your pets. Eat pancakes. Fight pirates. Fall in love. Hundreds of levels spread across 7 colorful worlds. A puzzle adventure about love, death, pets, and pancakes." Pets, pancakes, pirates, puzzles, love, and... zombies? It sounds like a lot to take in, but the upcoming Love Is Dead promises a unique puzzle adventure with roots in a popular webgame series from 2012 — Love Is Dead began as the I Saw Her series of flash games, which started with I Saw Her Standing There and was followed up by I Saw Her Too (With Lasers), and I Saw Her Across the World. Though each game in the series requires its own set of mechanics, they share a common thread in the overall tone of the games. Despite a post-apocalyptic setting, the entire series, as well as the upcoming Love Is Dead, remain lighthearted and romantic. Over the years, millions of players have enjoyed the original, award-winning casual games and Armor Games hopes to bring those fans along in this latest part of the journey, and gain new fans along the way. From Armor Games: "[Love is Dead] features over 200 levels and the ability to choose your pronouns and those of your sweetie for a personal experience. You and your lover have returned from beyond the grave and go on a globetrotting adventure to find your missing pets, Dogface and Catface. Collect photographs and pancakes as you traverse the seven distinct worlds filled to the brim with ghosts, zombies, pirates, secrets, and the occasional carnivorous plant." Players control two freshly dead zombies as they traverse the bouncy, responsive world, visiting graveyards, an art gallery, a volcano, and more exciting environments on a quest to save their beloved pets. Encounter interesting characters throughout 300 levels and enjoy the bright, crisp graphics and upbeat music. Experience the brand new story in single-player mode or play with the one you love in local co-op mode. As a fan of entertaining and addicting co-op games like Lovers In A Dangerous Spacetime and Overcooked, I have high hopes that Love Is Dead will fit in as another couch co-op game to play with my friends or my significant other. I tend to be an overly-competitive player and have been known to ruin a game night with friends when playing more competitive games. It's bordering on cliché, but I'm an unapologetically brutal Mario Kart player. If I want to continue any romantic relationships or friendships, it's important that I mix things up with friendly, upbeat co-op games. Working with a partner to conquer a particularly difficult level is not only satisfying but somehow manages to bring people closer. We need more whimsical games like Love Is Dead — there's enough divisiveness in the world, already. "Love conquers all... including death and well-established zombie tropes in this colorful puzzle game!" Love Is Dead hits the Steam store on May 31st and will be available for Mac and PC. Watch the teaser trailer below:
  16. Way back in 2016, an enormous amount of hype surrounded an upcoming Sci-Fi game, titled No Man's Sky. It promised a game that would delight fans of classic science fiction, as well as players of exploration and survival games. Upon its release, we were to be gifted with a revolutionary open-world gaming experience in the form of the best game of the year. Except it wasn't. Players would travel to distant galaxies, encountering unique lifeforms and planets, as they chose the type of player they wished to be. But, it turned out to be boring, overly complicated, and expensive. Perhaps it was a case of too high expectations, or it may have just been a legitimate failure. Like most flops, the game faded into the background as bigger, newer games were released. We may have forgotten about No Man's Sky, but the developers and a small handful of players didn't. In fact, the game has been continually changing with the major updates Foundation, Pathfinder, and Atlas Rises, along with many smaller patches. Basebuilding, vehicles, and even a new storyline and mission system were added. Players agree that long after its release, the game is finally starting to become the game it should have been. Now, Hello Games has announced the biggest update yet, due out this summer. The upcoming update, called 'NEXT' will not only bring No Man's Sky to Xbox One but will also add multiplayer. The major update is free for existing players and the Xbox One version will include all previous updates. “Multiplayer completely changes the No Man’s Sky experience, it’s emergent, fun and intense in ways we always wanted it to be. I’m so happy this is finally happening,” said Sean Murray, founder, Hello Games. “It is genuinely exciting to be able to fully realize the potential so many people could see in No Man’s Sky. This will be our biggest update yet and we’re pumped to be bringing Xbox players along on the journey with us now too.” Since its release, No Man's Sky has been on a quiet upward trajectory, but the release of 'NEXT' is a rebirth of the game and will hopefully bring new players, drawn in by a promising multiplayer experience: Explore the infinite universe with your friends, or bump into random travelers. As you voyage together, friends will help you stay alive, or prey on others to survive. Build bases from tiny shelters to complex colonies that you create as a team and can be seen by the community. Be a pirate or a wingman in epic space battles with friends and foes. Race exocraft across weird alien terrains, create tracks to share online. I had a lot of hope for No Man's Sky when it first released, and I will admit that I'm excited about it all over again, if cautiously. However, the developer has an uphill battle as they attempt to remake the game into the hit it could have been and overcome the game's negative reputation. I want nothing more than for them to succeed, and for this to be the brilliant game we were all so anxious to play from the beginning. No Man's Sky is currently available on PC and PS4. It will launch on Xbox One on Tuesday, July 24 in North America, and Friday, July 27 in Europe. The 'NEXT' update will launch simultaneously for PC and PS4 players. What do you think? Will you be playing No Man's Sky this time around? We'd love to hear from you!
  17. A shadow person is the perception of a patch of shadow as a living, humanoid figure, particularly as interpreted by believers in the paranormal or supernatural as the presence of a spirit or other entity.
  18. I always organise my inventory like this: 1st slot- fast firing weapon 2nd slot- shotgun or any close range weapon 3rd slot-explosives or secondary weapon 4th and 5th slots- healing
  19. SNES games, like Chrono Trigger. I can also recommend Ascendancy, a super old galaxy expansion/domination game. And Conquest: Frontier Wars for a somewhat newer sci-fi game (only newer in comparison to Ascendancy).
  20. Halo Reach, it's the only reason i got a 360, otherwise i would have gone with a PS4 or even a PS3 because they have more games that i like.
  21. I unselected my backround (wich has two layer) then opened up keylight 1.2 then used the dropper tool on the green screen and when I unselected the three layer, i just got a black screen that shows the subject. any help?
  22. i don't have permisson on post to post on multiplayer games board to
  23. As we are all eagerly waiting for this year’s E3 and the upcoming big name reveals, some of which we mentioned in our previous articles, GSC Game World managed to slip under our radar and silently announce the long-awaited return of S.T.A.L.K.E.R. 2. By posting a Tweet and opening a website dedicated to the game, the most successful Ukrainian formerly-defunct-now-reopened-video game studio sparked speculations, as to whether 2021 will be the year we finally see a new S.T.A.L.K.E.R. iteration after almost 11 years. GSC started releasing the widely-successful S.T.A.L.K.E.R franchise back in 2007, pioneering the genre of modern open-world action adventure games. Inspired by the 1971 Soviet novel Roadside Picnic, and the subsequent 1979 movie Stalker, the franchise was set in Ukraine, some years following the infamous Chernobyl Nuclear Powerplant disaster. In the series, players get to play as Stalkers, shady individuals who illegally enter ''The Zone’’ - area in and around the city of Pripyat, which has been sealed off by the government forces and private contractors after the meltdown. Stalkers hunt for mysterious artifacts, new elements which were formed as a result of the nuclear fallout, and which grant its wearers unique abilities. These artifacts are highly priced outside of the Zone, so exploiting and selling them on black market has become a lucrative business not just for the Stalkers, but for military and PMCs, who are in constant war with one another over them. Besides the dangers of the ongoing war, The Zone is also a home to many physical anomalies, as well as mutated creatures which the players have to fight or evade in order to survive. The critical praise of S.T.A.L.K.E.R.: Shadow of Chernobyl, the first game in the series, motivated GSC to release two more sequels, S.T.A.L.K.E.R.: Clear Sky in 2008 and S.T.A.L.K.E.R.: Call of Pripyat in 2009, both of which received equally favorable reviews. With series sales exceeding 4 million copies worldwide, GSC announced S.T.A.L.K.E.R. 2 in 2010, with release date being set for 2012. To everyone’s surprise, GSC studios fell apart the very next year due to undisclosed reasons, effectively halting further S.T.A.L.K.E.R. 2 development. In 2014 studio came back together again, but instead of announcing S.T.A.L.K.E.R. 2, they released Cossacks 3, a real-time strategy that got mediocre reviews. A free to play shooter riddled with microtransaction, Survarium, was released a year later and got similar mediocre reviews even though it was loosely based on the S.T.A.L.K.E.R. universe. S.T.A.L.K.E.R. 2 concept art released shortly before the company's collapse featuring [L-R] feral doggos, Ukrainian-born Slenderman and something unexplainable Ever since then, GSC was rather silent regarding their future projects, instead only focusing on Cossacks 3 and Survarium updates, so it came as a pleasant surprise when out of the blue they tweeted the S.T.A.L.K.E.R. 2 announcement. Besides the the ''supposed’’ year of release - 2021- which is featured on the picture and the website, there are absolutely zero other information available on the project. As such, we can only hope that GSC will continue to pleasantly surprise us and maybe release some more information on the development of S.T.A.L.K.E.R. 2 in the near future, but until then, let us enjoy three more disturbing images of creatures we might encounter while exploring the Zone. From left to right: Miss Piggy with spider-like thingy living in its back, Monkey waiter serving mom's spaghetti, ''Camouflaged Log Monster''
  24. i think thats gta 5 just increased the resolution and texture, fps XD
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