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In the current age of hyper-connectivity, video gaming has become a source of entertainment for many people. In particular, even those who do not play often have been tempted to try out some games due to their increased availability and lowered cost.

Video gaming is one form of instant gratification that can be accessed in seconds at any time by typing into your web browser or scanning an app on your phone screen with just a few taps; this new accessibility allows gamers to get more invested in different types of game playing than they would if it were something only available occasionally before now such as when visiting arcades or friend’s houses, which was how most kids played growing up

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video gaming is a great form of physical and mental therapy because it builds coordination, logic skills, abstract thinking ability and requires the same mixture of attention and concentration as sports such golf or tennis. All in all video games provide hours of entertainment with minimal cost making them one fantastic bargain!




The Falcon and The Winter Soldier: Episode 3 – Angry Review

From First to the Latest Video Game Systems: The Evolution of Video Game Consoles

 

Playing with video game systems is one of the most popular forms of entertainment. With the advancement in graphics and sound technology, you will see that video games today can really take you inside the game itself and makes you feel as if you were actually the character you are playing.

 

However, before all the state-of-the-art and realistic graphics and sound effects that you see in today’s latest video game systems, it all started out with simple graphics and sound that were in its time, state-of-the-art.

 

You should realize that the evolution of video game systems only took more or less 30 years to get where it is now. Thanks to the advancement in communications, graphics, and also sound technology, many video games today offers first class entertainment.

 

The very first video games system that appeared in the market was created by Nutting Associates. This video game is the first coin-operated arcade video game called Computer Space. This video game was invented in 1970 and is considered to be the beginning of the evolution of video games.

 

The next company to release a video game is Magnavox in 1972. The company named it Odyssey 100 video game systems. Unlike the Computer Space arcade video game, Odyssey 100 video game system is a video game that can be attached to a standard television. This feature allowed everyone to play video games right at the comforts of their own home. Because of this feature, almost 100,000 units of the system were sold for 100 dollars each.

 

During the same year that Magnavox released Odyssey 100 video game systems, Atari also released Pong coin-operated arcade video game system.

 

In 1976 Atari released the Breakout arcade video game. During its lifetime, 15,000 units of this arcade video game were sold. In this same year, Fairchild Camera and Instrument of California introduced Channel F home video game system. This is the very first system that used plug-in cartridges for games. Another feature of this game is that has color and sound through a TV connection.

 

In 1977, Atari releases the Atari Video Computer System (VCS) that was later named Atari 2600. This video game system developed by Atari uses plug-in cartridges, has color graphics and sound through a TV connection.

 

In 1978, Taito introduces the Space Invaders arcade video game in Japan. This arcade video game sold over 350,000 units world-wide throughout its lifetime.

 

In 1981 Nintendo released the Donkey Kong arcade video game in the US. And, in 1985 Nintendo released their version of home video game console called the Nintendo Entertainment System. This video game console is considered to be the best selling video game console of all time.

 

During this time, Nintendo slowly resurrected the video game industry and it produced a video game craze.

 

Between 1985 and 1995, a lot of video game systems were released. Between these years, Nintendo Game Boy video game systems, Sega Genesis, NEC Home Entertainment TurboGrafx, Lynx, Super Family Computer, Panasonic REAL 3DO, Sega Saturn, Super Nintendo, and Sony playstation was released.

 

As you can see, the video game industry have evolved very fast and graphics technology were becoming more and more real that violence, blood and gore are integrated with some of the games. This is why the ESRB was created to rate the games that was being released.

 

Because of the competitioFrom the First to the Latest Video Game Systems: The Evolution of Video Game Consoles

 

 

Playing with video game systems is one of the most popular forms of entertainment. With the advancement in graphics and sound technology, you will see that video games today can really take you inside the game itself and make you feel as if you were actually the character you are playing.

 

However, before all the state-of-the-art and realistic graphics and sound effects that you see in today’s latest video game systems, it all started out with simple graphics and sound that were in its time, state-of-the-art.

 

You should realize that the evolution of video game systems only took more or less 30 years to get where it is now. Thanks to the advancement in communications, graphics, and also sound technology, many video games today offers first class entertainment.

 

The very first video games system that appeared in the market was created by Nutting Associates. This video game is the first coin-operated arcade video game called Computer Space. This video game was invented in 1970 and is considered to be the beginning of the evolution of video games.

 

The next company to release a video game is Magnavox in 1972. The company named it Odyssey 100 video game systems. Unlike the Computer Space arcade video game, Odyssey 100 video game system is a video game that can be attached to a standard television. This feature allowed everyone to play video games right at the comforts of their own home. Because of this feature, almost 100,000 units of the system were sold for 100 dollars each.

 

During the same year that Magnavox released Odyssey 100 video game systems, Atari also released Pong coin-operated arcade video game system.

 

In 1976 Atari released the Breakout arcade video game. During its lifetime, 15,000 units of this arcade video game were sold. In this same year, Fairchild Camera and Instrument of California introduced Channel F home video game system. This is the very first system that used plug-in cartridges for games. Another feature of this game is that has color and sound through a TV connection.

 

In 1977, Atari released the Atari Video Computer System (VCS) that was later named Atari 2600. This video game system developed by Atari used plug-in cartridges, has color graphics and sound through a TV connection.

 

In 1978, Taito introduces the Space Invaders arcade video game in Japan. This arcade video game sold over 350,000 units world-wide throughout its lifetime.

 

In 1981 Nintendo released the Donkey Kong arcade video game in the US. And, in 1985 Nintendo released their version of home video game console called the Nintendo Entertainment System. This video game console is considered to be the best selling video game console of all time.

 

During this time, Nintendo slowly resurrected the video game industry and it produced a video game craze.

 

Between 1985 and 1995, a lot of video game systems were released. Between these years, Nintendo Game Boy video game system, Sega Genesis, NEC Home Entertainment TurboGrafx, Lynx, Super Family Computer, Panasonic REAL 3DO, Sega Saturn, Super Nintendo, and Sony PlayStation were released.

 

As you can see, the video game industry have evolved very fast and graphics technology were becoming more and more real that violence, blood and gore are integrated with some of the games. This is why the ESRB was created to rate the games that was being released.

 

Because of the competition, only 3 major video game companies have survived in the video game industry today. These were Sony, Microsoft and Nintendo. These 3 companies are still developing the latest video game systems.

 

Starting out with crude and simple graphics and sounds, people have developed amazing video games in just a short period of time. If you try and imagine the future, you will see that the video game systems that you play with today will just even get better and better.

 

Video games today are even equipped with modems to let them connect to the internet and play with other people from all over the world. So, the next time you buy another latest video game system, try to imagine what it was like during the first release of the video game systems.

 

As you can see, what started out with crude and simple graphics and sounds, people have developed amazing video games for only a short period of time. If you try and imagine the future, you will see that the video game systems that you play with today will just even get better and better.

 

Video games today are even equipped with modems to let them connect to the internet and play with other people from all over the world. So, the next time you buy another latest video game system, try to imagine what it was like during the first release of the video game systems.

Destiny 2’s PvP Skill Gap – A Real Problem

Many players have claimed that the skills and abilities in Destiny 2 are nerfed in PvE to appease a smaller portion of its PvP playerbase. A common example is how grenades deal significantly less damage against enemies when they’re not being used as weapons.

 

In a bid to appease the smaller faction of PvP players, guns and abilities are nerfed in PvE. Bungie has long been called upon to build a “wall” between PvP and PvE for separate sandbox balancing. While we may not have an Attack on Titan-sized stone divider, at this point it’s at least a barbed wire fence.

 

According to the Bungie team, they have been balancing PvP and PvE separately for a while now in minor ways. One example of this is when they buffed shotguns for PvE players but not applying it to PvP matches where it was already dominant. They also say that these tweaks are “things like a shotgun buff.”

 

But the arrival of Stasis, the game’s new freezing subclass, has required a much broader approach to balancing, and Bungie has just rolled out a massive list of changes to Stasis where almost all of them only apply to PvP, leaving the abilities unchanged for PvE content.

 

This is the first time in a game that I’ve seen so many changes to Stasis, and it will only affect PvP. They want to reward you for taking down your enemies instead of just spamming one ability over and over again.

 

It’s very likely that we will never see entirely separate sandboxes for PvP and PvE, given that it would require too much testing with each new addition to the game, as balancing a single sandbox has been hard enough. But this does show that Bungie has realized that the two do need to be separated at key junction points, and I think Stasis has been a watershed moment in that regard. I’m frankly not even sure these extensive Stasis changes will be enough, as they don’t address slowing and freezing, the worst problems with Stasis, as much as they could, but we’ll see what happens when these changes go live in just under two weeks.

 

It’s long been suspected that The Witch Queen, out early next year now after a recent delay, will likely bring a fifth subclass with it, so we may have to do all this over again. And there’s the ongoing issue of players wanting older subclasses to be buffed to be more in line with Stasis in both PvP and in some instances, PvE. It’s a never-ending dance really, no matter how you divide things up.

 

The dismantling of sunsetting will require some additional focus on the sandbox. Sunsetting used to easily solve problems like simply deleting weapons like Mountaintop or Revoker from competitive PvP content, but now with that gone, something like say, Felwinter’s won’t just blink out of existence in Trials next season, and it will have to be nerfed instead of just sunset. But fundamentally, PvE players weren’t amused that to solve say, the Mountaintop “problem” that it required sunsetting dozens, if not hundreds of their other, non-problematic weapons. So the reversal of that idea has been a victory for them.

 

This is a significant move in the right direction. It may not “cure” Stasis in PvP, but it shows a willingness to heavily consider the effects of nerfs that could detract from PvE, more so than we’ve ever seen. And this should continue to be the philosophy going forward.

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HERE’S EVERY GAME COMING TO THE PLAYSTATION 5 AND XBOX SERIES X IN 202

JustJust over two months after their release, the PS5 and Xbox Series X / S continue to be some of the most desirable gadgets in the world. While it’s still very difficult to get your hands on a new console, those lucky enough to own one can enjoy something unprecedented in modern gaming history. For the first time, next-gen console owners can take their existing library — whether it’s physical, digital, or a mix of the two — and bring it to a next-gen platform.

That gives consumers unprecedented freedom in deciding where they want to play and what performance benefits are worthwhile enough to upgrade. And technologies like cross-platform play and now even cross-generation support will allow people to still play with their friends, even if they don’t upgrade to the latest gaming hardware 

Yes, both consoles arrived within seven years of the last generation of console hardware. And while it’s likely within the first year of both consoles’ lifespan that many of the hottest titles may launch on last- and current-gen simultaneously, there’s still a good chunk of games that will be exclusive titles playable only a PS5 or Xbox Series X / S.

Besides 4K, the solid-state drives, and other spec changes, Microsoft and Sony have pledged to support close to every title in the existing console platforms’ libraries. Every Xbox, Xbox 360, and Xbox One game currently playable on existing Xbox One hardware (minus Kinect games) will be playable on the Series X / S, while Sony is supporting a “vast majority” of PS4 games, totaling more than 4,000 titles. With both consoles early into their lifespan, it’s easy for many to return to older games to help fill the gap in between long wait periods for more titles to be added to each console’s library.

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