"IPhone" from the world of gaming headsets. SteelSeries Arctis Pro Wireless Review
We understand whether these wireless headphones are worth their considerable money SteelSeries Arctis Pro Wireless is one of the most expensive wireless gaming headsets. Is it worth the money and…

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Between the hammer and the anvil. Warcraft 3 Review: Reforged
Reissue of Blizzard's iconic strategy that turned into a disaster. What went wrong? Warcraft 3 is a great game without exaggeration. It managed to grow more than one generation of…

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How game developers communicate with fans in social networks
Trolling against officialdom: laughing with funny tweets and facepalm with bad ones The bread and butter of any project is its audience. And the most important means of communication with…

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New items from Razer: Nari vibration headphones and Basilisk wireless mouse

We are testing new additions in the model range of a well-known manufacturer
It seems that the new fashion trend among manufacturers of gaming peripherals is wireless devices. Right before the New year, we managed to get brand-new Razer Basilisk x Hyperspeed and Razer Nari Ultimate overwatch Lucio Edition kits, which we spent all the holidays with. And even a little more.

Razer Basilisk X Hyperspeed
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Ten crazy secrets on game covers that you didn’t notice

Developers hide different things – from funny Easter eggs to direct insults to fans
Catchy art on the cover is a guarantee that the gamer will pay attention to the box with the game in the store, even if he has not heard anything about it before. However, many PR people believed that just a bright presentation is not enough: you need to provide an image with some funny reference, a secret, and so on. We have made an adaptation of WhatCulture’s English-language material for you, which tells about the ten most unusual examples of such covers.

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Behind enemy lines. Broken Lines Review

The last attempt before Broken Lines to conquer PC gamers was Tales of the Void-a tactical strategy about a submarine lost in the depths of the sea during the First world war. Conceptually, the developers remained true to themselves: Broken Lines also tells about a group of soldiers who were unlucky enough to be in the middle of nowhere. But in the four years since Tales of the Void, developers have gained skill. Their new project differs from the previous one in a better way — both graphically and gameplay.

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More than a toy: why we love Bionicle
The designer who not only gave US a happy childhood, but also saved LEGO from collapse Bionicles. Everyone who grew up in the early noughties, this word causes a smile…

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Cult games that didn't become TV series
Sometimes the continuation does not follow... Today, no one is surprised by video games, which are originally conceived as full-fledged series. Assassin's Creed, Call of Duty, Mass Effect, Dragon Age…

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Who is Dan Hauser and why Rockstar won't be the same without him
We recall the creative path of the writer of GTA and Red Dead Redemption On February 5, an information bomb exploded in the gaming media space: Dan Hauser, lead writer…

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Power Rangers: why did we watch this stuff?
Let's evaluate the main show of children of the nineties from the heights of 2020 Why did we even mention the Rangers? Recently released Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid-a…

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Best games for Nintendo Switch in 2020
Main projects for the main portable console Nintendo products are a strange thing. It would seem, well, how many years has Switch been available to everyone? Everyone who wanted it…

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