Tetris is one of those old-style video games that is still extremely popular today. Many players began their obsession with Tetris back on the original Nintendo consoles, using the simple game to relieve stress and keep occupied when you find yourself with time to kill.
The much-anticipated Game Awards usually unfold in December at glittering locations around the world each year, but that was not the case in 2020, due to the ongoing novel coronavirus COVID-19.
It’s usually so easy to buy for a gamer – they’d have been beadily eyeing out the new release of their chosen game and would have put it onto their wishlist. But what if they had already gotten everything that they wanted for the year?
For most of the world, 2020 was something of a bust. With lockdowns, recessions, and countless other problems, most people are eager to write the year off and move on to something better. One of the industries that has seen an incredible boom is the
Today’s gaming computers are more powerful than we even realise. Even a lower range gaming rig offers thousands of times the computational power than the computers that first sent the human race into space, and we often take for granted just how much the average
Playing games is not exactly the healthiest thing we can do, in terms of our physical well-being. Being sedentary for too long can cause a myriad of issues, some of which can turn quite serious if not properly taken care of. From damaged wrists to
The global gaming industry is one which has not been negatively affected by the coronavirus. In fact, it’s going from strength to strength. According to the World Economic Forum, in 2020, video game sales are expected to be around $159 billion. This is as opposed
Mobile gaming had something of a slow start when app stores were becoming popular around a decade ago. Small 2D pixelated games had been all the rage for some years, but many of these were barely more than passion projects during a time when smartphones
2020 has been a difficult year for most of the world thanks to the coronavirus and the many transportation, social, and financial issues that it caused. Thankfully, the WHO advised that one of the safest hobbies to enjoy during this time is playing video games,
The world of esports has grown from an underground subculture into a massive, multi-billion-dollar industry. Talented players are getting scholarships to play at university level, and professionals are getting contracts that will make the biggest NFL players raise an eyebrow. It truly is a mainstream